Germany vs. Slovakia, WJC 2013: Preview, TV schedule, game time and more

Richard Wolowicz

Two teams searching for the their first win of the tournament face off on Sunday.

Slovakia and Germany both go for their first win of the 2013 World Juniors when the two teams meet on Sunday as round robin action continues.

Germany is 0-0-0-3 in the tournament thus far, being outscored 24-3 in losses to Canada, Russia and USA. Forward Leonhard Pfoder leads Germany with just two points in the the three games, while goaltenders Marvin Cupper and Elmar Trautmann have shared duties in net. Cupper has a .831 save percentage on 89 shots faced, while Trautmann has a 9.00 goals-against average in 60 mins of play.

Slovakia has managed to earn a point in the tournament, taking Russia to overtime while losing 6-3 to Canada on Friday. Forward Marko Dano has two goals and two assists in two games for Slovakia, while goaltender Adam Nagy has earned both starts in net. Nagy allowed six goals to Canada and has a .842 save percentage in both appearances in the tournament.

Puck drops at 9 a.m. ET in Ufa, Russia. Live coverage of the game can be found on the NHL Network, with the replay of the game airing at 5:30 p.m. ET.

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