The 17-year-old Juraj Slafkovsky has shot the Germany-finger of Slovakia to the first Olympic Ice Hockey Medal. With his sixth and seventh tournament gate, the teenager paved the way to the world champion from 2002 to the 4-0 (0: 0, 2: 0, 2: 0) victory in the game around Bronze against Sweden. Slafkovsky (24.) achieved the lead for the Slovaks, which had turned off the German national team with 4: 0 in the qualification to the quarterfinals. Samuel Takac (33.) increased to 2: 0. Slafkovsky (59th) hit the empty gate when Sweden put everything on a map. For the final score, Pavol Regenda (59.) provided. Thus, the outsider continued his positive Olympic acidic against the two-time gold medal winner Sweden: It was the third victory in the fourth duel in winter games, only in the first meeting in 1994 it had given a 4: 4 draw. Slafkovsky applies to the next NHL draft in the summer as a candidate for the top ten.