Erie Otters goaltender Oscar Dansk seems to have taken his game to another level this season in the OHL, as have his teammates. Dasnk's improvement has carried over into the 2014 World Junior Championship, where he is an integral part of Sweden's undefeated run to the tournament's semi-finals.
Dansk has started four of the five games that Sweden has played so far in this WJC, posting a perfect 4-0 record. He currently sports a 1.75 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage. His lone shutout of the tournament came in the quarterfinal match against Slovakia, a game won by Sweden, 6-0.
Not only is Dansk among the top goaltenders at the WJC, but he is also the top goalie playing in the OHL. The Columbus Blue Jackets prospect sports the top goals-against average in that league at 2.17, while his .917 save percentage is among the best in the OHL.
Dansk spoke with Hockey's Future following his country's win over Slovakia, a conversation that is captured in this HF video.
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