Canada loses to Finland in OT 4-3 for the title of world hockey champion

TAMPERE – Finland defeated Canada on Sunday with a power play at 6.42 in 3-on-3 overtime.

After winning in China in February, Finland won the Olympics-world double.

Thomas Chabot He was sent off for hooking. This set up the winning power-play. Manninen was awarded a 4-on-3 edge and scored on an one-timer in the right circle from a pass by Mikael Granlund.

They met for the third time in the finals. Canada defeated Finland in Slovakia in 2019. Canada beat Finland last year in Latvia. The 2020 event was cancelled.

Granlund won twice Joel Armia Finland added a goal. Jussi Olkinuora made 19 saves.

Dylan Cozens, Zach Whitecloud And Max Comtois Canada got the win with Whiteclould and Comtois scoring with Comtois making a late third goal. Matt Tomkins, the goalie, was also on hand to assist. Whitecloud pulled Canada within 1 goal with 2:02 remaining. Comtois tied the score with 1:24 left.

In the third-place match, David Pastrnak A hat trick was his in the Czech Republic's 8-4 victory against the United States.

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