Canada maintained their formidable kind that noticed them change into world and Olympic champions by thrashing Japan on the Worldwide Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Ladies’s World Championship in Denmark.

The Canadian’s smashed their opponents 9-0 on the KVIK Hockey Area in Herning.

The rout began nearly instantly as they flew out the gates within the first interval, with Victoria Bach netting her crew’s opening objective inside 90 seconds.

Marie-Philip Poulin doubled their lead 5 minutes later earlier than Emma Maltais scored a 3rd simply after the fifteenth minute mark to determine a commanding benefit.

It bought worse for Japan within the second quarter as Blayre Turnbull added a fourth and Poulin bagged her second of the match.

Ella Shelton and Jamie Lee Rattray additionally bought themselves on the scoresheet in fast succession previous to the break.

Canada’s ruthless continued within the third interval, by Sarah Potomak and Sarah Fillier rounding off the stellar victory.

The outcome meant that the Canadians leapfrogged america to maneuver prime of Group Some time Japan sit all-time low after three successive losses.

Later within the day, Denmark received a carefully fought contest towards Hungary 1-0 on the Iscentre Nord.

Julie Ostergaard netted the one objective of the sport off an Josefine Jakobsen help within the third interval.

Hungary went all-in within the ultimate minute by swapping their goaltender with an attacker, however the Dane’s held on.

This was Denmark’s first victory of the match and has moved as much as third in Group B.

Away from the ice rink, Swedish participant Lina Ljungblom was handed a one-game suspension after the competitors’s Disciplinary Panel decided she had “recklessly endangered” Germany’s Katarina Jobst-Smith and violated the checking from behind rule in the course of the shootout victory yesterday.

This was regardless of accepting Ljungblom had restricted time to react to seeing her opponent in addition to not shifting at a excessive velocity.

It means Sweden can be with out the participant for his or her match towards Hungary tomorrow.