Davies and his ‘cool’ experience
Britain's Ben Davies said he would remember his experience playing Canada at the World Championships until the end of his days.
The Guildford Flames man won the men's title of the match after a good performance, despite the heavy result (8-0) while GB was again having a good idea of himself against his most prestigious opponents.
But, reflecting on both games until now, he has a lot of fun rubbing shoulders with talent in this competition.
"It was amazing to be on the ice with these players and the prospect was exciting since we knew we would be in the group with them," Davies said.
"We were impatiently waiting for us to know that we simply had to do our best and represent ourselves and the country in the best possible way.
"It was a cool experience that I will remember all my life. Getting the man title of the match was good. We did not have much control and we tried to create opportunities when we were able to do it. It was really amazing.
"We were disappointed when we came out of the ice because we really wanted to have a good idea of ourselves. I think so, but if we could score a few more goals, it could have been better in terms of score. "
After a day of rest yesterday, the guys ended up for a morning session and are left on their own for the rest of the day as they prepare for their next match against Denmark today. 39; hui.
Davies says that it's a game that GB's is given as a goal to win in order to survive in Group A, with the Danes with a win and a defeat to show their two games up here in the competition.
And he knows that this is a nice margin when he talks about Germany on Saturday, who has been busy with GB in the match until the end of the third period.
He added, "We know the games we need to target in this very difficult group. I felt that we were unlucky against Germany. We only lost in the last ten minutes of the third period. we hoped for it.
"We must take this match as it should be and continue on this path, starting with Denmark on Tuesday and we will win this match.
"We want to get the most satisfying result possible and go forward as a group and see where we end up."