May 15, 2014, 1:44 PM EDT
Not a banner day for USA Hockey today in Minsk, where the Americans were beaten, 6-5, by Latvia in preliminary-round action at the World Championship.
“Six goals is just too many,” said American d-man Seth Jones. “We have to help Tim [Thomas, the USA goalie] better than we did today.”
The U.S. takes on winless Kazakhstan tomorrow.
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