VANCOUVER – Finland has twice scored twice and defeated Canada 5-2 Sunday at an exhibition game at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships.
Elie Tolvanen and Anton Lundell played both strong and Otto Latvala in Finland for the first time in a very short match went ahead 1-0.
Linus Nyman scored two goals in the NHL draw for this year, kicking off Kaapo Kakko & # 39; s two assistants. Santeri Virtanen scored an empty goal in the buzz.
Morgan Frost and Barrett Hayton hit the arms of Canada.
Vancouver Canuck Avenue Michael DiPietro scored a goal for Canadian in stoppage of 15 draws on 13th before Ian Scott replaced Ian Scott at 8.55 in the second round. Scott stopped off from 8 to 10.
Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen halted 31 shooting in Finland.
For the first time after the two wins of Canada, there was an exhibition. Finland won the exhibition games.
Canada won the tournament on Wednesday against Denmark, winning medals for defense. Finland plays.
In Finland, in the third round of 1: 26, Tolvené's shot went 4-1 forward.
Hayton took the fifth by Arizona Coyotes in this year's project, at 6:43 pm, Luukkonen set out to pass past Cody Glass.
In the second half, Finland scored a 3-1 goal.
The defense breaks Nymana 2-1 ahead of Fin 3: 49. Nyman was behind the Canadian gang, and he did not twist the edge of his arm. After waiting patiently, DiPietro hit the flock over his gloves.
Lundell was only 31 seconds after Ty Smith was called to open. Jesse Ylonen made a save by Scott, but Lundell put the ball in the cross.
Canada recently gained a two-minute lead. The Canadians poured into the pressure, but the Finns drowned the storm.
Teams changed their goals in the first place.
Finland, scored a goal in 10:26 and gave Urho Vaakanainen a penalty. After the right wing, he picked up a speed and then tucked Owen Tippett from Canada. He took a shot that DiPietro stopped, but Latvala beat the rebound home.
She tied a game to Canadian game at 15:06. Frost, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds took a ride from Nick Suzuki and threw a rocket on Luukkonen's sticky side.
Maxime Comtois, the only return member from last year's team, was overwhelmed when he received Valtteri Puustinen, a reputable boxer for a Canadian bag. The two-prize trophies were sent to the penalty box.
NOTES: In the third period of Canada, Finland finished 17-5. Canadians thought they scored 3: 12 in the third period, but ruled that the official whistle was playing. … In his previous win over Canada, Slovakia and Switzerland, he scored his opponents 11-4. … Finland defeated Denmark 7-0 at the other exhibition game. … Canada did not get the first shot as it was about five minutes before the first minute.