ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) Canada routed Hungary 7-1 at the world championship on Sunday.
After ending the first period 2-1 up, Canada took total control in the second with four straight goals in less than six minutes against a Hungarian team that has no NHL players and is only in its second world championship since 1939.
Seven players scored Canada's goals, with Brad Marchand scoring his second goal of the tournament.
The win follows an opening 5-1 victory over the U.S. and puts Canada at the top of the standings in the St. Petersburg group for the preliminary round.
Finland can also go 2-0 for the tournament if it beats Germany later Sunday.