Eriksson leads the tournament with six points (three goals and three assists) in three games and is tied for first in goal scoring with three other players, including Canada's Jamie Benn.
Benn had two goals, one assist and a plus-4 rating in Canada’s 7-2 win over France on Monday.
Benn has three goals in three games. His four points are tied for fifth in the tournament.
Defenseman Alex Goligoski had no points, no shots and an even rating in Team USA’s 4-2 loss to Slovakia. Richard Bachman did not play for the Americans. He was the backup to Jimmy Howard for the third straight game.
Defenseman Philip Larsen had one assist for Denmark in Monday's loss to Sweden.
Tomas Vincour did not play for the Czechs, who defeated Norway 4-3 on Monday.
Canada 7, France 2
Czech Republic 4, Norway 3
Slovakia 4, USA 2
Sweden 6, Denmark 4
Belarus vs. Kazakhstan, 8:15 a.m.
Latvia vs. Italy, 9:15 a.m.
Finland vs. Switzerland, 12:15 p.m.
Russia vs. Germany, 1:15 p.m.
Dallas Stars at the 2012 World Championship
Statistics for Dallas Stars playing at the 2012 World Championship.