Canada defeated the Czech Republic 6-1 to advance to the final

After a strong comeback against Sweden in the quarter-finals, Canada faced the Czech Republic in today’s semi-finals. The latter finished third in Group B and were very strong opponents, relying on several NHL players.

Maple Leaf was trying to qualify for the tournament final for the third consecutive edition.

The Czechs made it to the scoreboard first thanks to a strong playing goal from former Bruins David Kretsch.

But Canadians did not panic. Dylan Cousins ​​scored a goal late in the first half to equalize the match.

Then they scored three goals at a distance of 3:19 in the middle of the second half. Adam Lowrey, Kent Johnson and Matt Barzal were the top scorers. The latter scored a wonderful goal in a game of strength, as the Czechs gave him a large space.

The Czechs played more convincingly at the start of the third half when they tried to come back from behind, but Cole Selinger widened the gap by scoring from a superb counter-attack.

Then Dylan Cousins ​​scored his second goal of the match, which was his sixth in the tournament. He now has 11 points in nine games.

Cousins, Cole Selinger and Kent Johnson, all aged 21 or younger, scored a goal and played in a game. It is reassuring to see Canada’s promising young strikers shine like this.

Canada eventually won 6-1 to secure qualification for tomorrow’s final.

With 17 saves, goalkeeper Chris Dredger was selected as the Canadians’ player of the game.

This is the third consecutive participation in the Maple Leaf Final, which will also face Finland for the third time in a row. Canada won the gold in 2021, but Finland won in 2019.

The Czechs will face the Americans tomorrow for third place. The United States won two of the third bronze medals.

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Remember that Dans Les Coulisses first reported this yesterday.

The Russian continues to dominate

The fans will continue to show their presence in the semi-finals.

– Charles Leclerc will start first tomorrow.

They face FC Cincinnati at Saputo Stadium tonight.

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