HIGHLIGHTS: USA v Germany | 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships

USA 9, Germany 0 The USA remained undefeated in the tournament with a 9-0 victory over Germany as Paul Schaus scored twice, Noah Grove tallied his first-ever international goal and Bo Reichenbach registered a shutout in his first World Championship start. Germany shut down a flurry of US scoring opportunities to open the game before Declan Farmer collected a loose puck to score his seventh goal of the event with 9:53 to go in the first period. With the score, Farmer set another US record, this one for most goals by a US player in a single World Championships. Paul Schaus, who lost his legs while serving in the US Marine Corps in Afghanistan, then redirected a pass from Josh Pauls for a score, and Brody Roybal found the net, too, putting the USA up 3-0 at the first break. Adam Page, Schaus and Pauls all added scores in the second stanza to double the lead for the defending world and Paralympic champions, as the US defense did not allow a single shot on goal during the period. Two-time world champion Kevin McKee recorded his first score of the tournament 3:21 into the third period, just before 17-year-old Noah Grove scored his first-ever goal as a member of Team USA when he tucked a shot under the crossbar. Captain Andy Yohe, who has come back from retirement twice now, closed out the scoring for the USA. Reichenbach finished the day with seven saves, while Klaus Brzoska stopped the puck 38 times for Germany.