Team Canada's success at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup is largely thanks to a Fort Saskatchewan hockey player.
 
Former Ranger and current Saskatoon Blade Kirby Dach has a goal and four assists in three games.
 
Dach assisted on Bowen Byram's power play winning goal in Wednesday's (Aug.8) 4-3 victory over Sweden.
 
Sherwood Park's Matthew Robertson is also having himself a good tournament with two goals and two assists.
 
The Canadians are a perfect 3-0.
 
Team Canada will now face the Americans Friday night in the semifinals. Face off at Rogers Place is 7 p.m.
 
 
 

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