Canada advances to Hlinka Gretzky Cup final

Canada bought their ticket to the Hlinka Gretzky Cup final with a 4-1 win over Finland in the semi-finals.

After defeating Sweden in the final match of the group stage with a score of 3-0, Canada rose to the top of Group A and thus faced the runners-up in Group B, Finland.

Contrary to all expectations, the first period is rather tight and both teams have approximately the same number of shots on goal. Fortunately for Canada, Ethan Gauthier put Canada on the board with a fine shot at the end of the period.

In the second half, it was still very close between the two teams, but again it was Canada that managed to find a way to the goals.

Scott Ratzlaff is an exemplary Maple Leaf player, stopping every shot he got in the first and second stages.

In the third inning, the Finns are still in the running, until Canada hits them with two consecutive goals.

The one two punch Canada completely destroys Finland’s hopes of winning, it feels like the end with a score of 4-0.

On the other side of the ice, Canadian goalkeeper Scott Ratzlaff is still perfect, but he finally scores the last shot directed at him, 17 seconds left. The Finns can at least be happy to be prevented from closing.

Despite losing the lockdown, Canada can look to reach the Hlinka Gretzky Cup final. The Canadians will face the winner of the other semi-final match between the Czech Republic and Sweden. The Czechs have not lost yet since the start of the tournament.


– Andrew Wiggins with the Champions Cup in Canada.

– An ugly skate. Nobody wants to see anyone do that.

– Once he returns, Padres will be brutal.

The Golden Knights settled another case.

– It’s a great achievement for Garrett Bell.

Sad news for the world of football.

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