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Here is a scoring summary of each Montreal Canadiens prospect at the 2019 IIHF World Juniors Championship Tournament.

Canada (6th place):
C Nick Suzuki #17 | 5 GP / 0 G / 3 A / 3 PTS | 📽️: (1st Assist) / (2nd Assist) / (3rd Assist)
D Josh Brook #3 | 5 GP / 0 G / 2 A / 2 PTS | 📽️: (1st Assist) / (2nd Assist)

Finland (Gold medal):
RW Jesse Ylönen #27 | 7 GP / 3 G / 3 A / 6 PTS | 📽️: (1st Assist) / (2nd Assist) / (3rd Assist) / (1st Goal) / (2nd Goal) / (3rd Goal)

Russia (Bronze medal):
D Alexander Romanov #26 | 7 GP / 1 G / 7 A / 8 PTS | 📽️: (1st Goal) / (1st Assist) / (2nd Assist) / (3rd Assist) / (4th Assist) / (5th Assist) / (6th Assist) / (7th Assist)

Sweden (5th place):
C Jacob Olofsson #18 | 5 GP / 0 G / 0 A / 0 PTS

USA (Silver medal):
C Ryan Poehling #11 | 7 GP / 5 G / 3 A / 8 PTS | 📽️: (1st Assist) / (2nd Assist) / (1st Goal) / (3rd Assist) / (2nd Goal) / (3rd Goal) / (4th Goal) / (5th Goal)
G Cayden Primeau #31 | 5 GP / 4 W / 1 L / 8 GA (1.61 GAA) / 118 SV (.936 SV%)

All statistics were gathered from IIHF.com and all highlight videos were gathered from Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisNHL), TSN (@TSN_Sports) and David St-Louis (@RinksideView).

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