A slightly edited news release from the U of M:

Minnesota sophomore Jordan Schroeder became the all-time leading  American scorer at the World Junior Hockey Championships with three assists in the U.S. team’s 6-2 win over Finland in the quarterfinals on Saturday in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
 
Schroeder has 26 points in three career WJCs, surpassing the previous career record of 25 points held by NHL star Jeremy Roenick. Schroeder has six goals and 20 assists, including two goals and five assists in five games this year.
 
The United States will play Sweden on Sunday at 8 p.m. in the semifinals. The championship and third place games will be played Tuesday. Schroeder will be able to rejoin the Gophers late this week and play against Harvard next weekend.
 
Schroeder also moved into elite company on the WJC’s all-time assists list. His 20 career assists rank third among players from all countries as he moved past Canada’s Eric Lindros with his three assists on Saturday. Schroeder entered the tournament as the United States’ all-time assists leader and  has six more than previous record holder Doug Weight.
 
Schroeder is the first Minnesota player to participate in three World Junior tournaments and is the 19th U.S. player to make three appearances in the 34-year history of the event.