The second game of the day turned out as the more exciting one with Korea and China going hand-in-hand for the first half of the game. China was actively chasing Korea’s early lead in the game. With 3-1 on the board and everything wide open, things started to go wrong for the Chinese at the end of the second period when Korea scored three goals within a six-minute span. The third period remained scoreless and the 6-1 result remained on the scoreboard. Sangjin Park contributed with four goals.