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Denmark defeats Japan in intense match

In an exciting and intense match, the host nation, Denmark, secured their first victory in the tournament by defeating Japan with a score of 4-2.

The game started with a quick goal from Denmark's Oliver Green, just 39 seconds after the initial whistle, assisted by Linus Rorth, setting a high intensity for the rest of the game.

Oliver Green and Linus Rorth proved to be a dynamic duo, as they were also responsible for Denmark's second goal at 14:03. Rorth found the net with assists from Green and Oliver Larsen.

However, Japan was not intimidated, and Ryota Seki brought the excitement back by scoring 2-1 after 18 minutes of play, with help from Reo Daikuhura.

Before the second period was over, Ryunosuke Shirozu had equalized for Japan at 2-2 with an assist from Taisei Ibe, keeping the tension high and the pressure on Denmark.

After the break, Denmark came back strong. Mikey Bergmann put Denmark ahead again with a 3-2 score at 44:14, assisted by Frederik Rundh and Peter Truelsen.

Oliver Green cemented the Danish victory with his second goal of the night, three minutes before the end - again assisted by Oliver Larsen. The final score was 4-2.

Foto: Dansk Ishockey Union