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Top Day Two Performers

Shinya Tateishi propelled Japan to its 15-2 win over France with five goals and four assists, the highest single-game point total so far at the championship. 

Russell Melendez was instrumental in Puerto Rico’s 14-6 win over the Czech Republic, totaling four goals and three assists.  

Robert Hopkins played a key role in Wales’ 7-6 overtime win over Denmark, scoring three goals and providing the assist on the game-winner. 

Conor Foley spearheaded Ireland’s 12-6 takedown of the Netherlands with two goals and three assists, becoming the third player with a trio of assists in the same game. 

Isaac Newland was centrally responsible for Jamaica’s offense in a 5-2 win over Germany, scoring four goals and assisting the other. 

Sean Aaron was imperious between the pipes for Australia against England, making 11 saves and allowing just four goals for a 73% save percentage. 

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