New York Islanders Daily: Anders Lee Scores Game Winner Against Russia
That boy Anders Lee did it again! The New York Islanders forward continues to find the back of the net at the IIHF World Championship tournament.
Anders Lee is playing out of his mind in the IIHF tournament, just like he did for the New York Islanders in the second half of the season. Here’s what happened yesterday in the U.S.’s matchup against Russia.
The game was tied at three apiece with just over seven minutes remaining in the third period. That’s when Anders Lee scored his fifth goal of the tournament to give the U.S. a lead.
Lee has got five goals in seven games in the tournament. While his buddy Brock Nelson has four goals in seven games played. The two Islanders are putting in work for the U.S. as they head to the quarterfinals to take on Finland which takes place on Thursday.
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In other news, Dennis Seidenberg scored a goal for team Germany as they move on in Group A.
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