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Koivunen powers Finland previous Austria 7-1 at world junior hockey championship

Koivunen powers Finland previous Austria 7-1 at world junior hockey championship

Ville Koivunen scored twice and added an help as Finland routed Austria 7-1 on Monday on the world junior hockey championship.

Finland’s Ville Koivunen (24) scores a objective on Austria’s goalie Sebastian Wraneschitz (30) throughout first interval IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship motion in Edmonton, Monday, Dec. 27, 2021.


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Brad Lambert had a objective and two assists for Finland (2-0), whereas Kalle Vaisanen, Samuel Helenius, Kasper Simontaival, and Topi Niemela rounded out the assault.

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Goalie Juha Jatkola made eight saves for the win.

Martin Urbanek was the lone scorer for Austria (0-1), whereas Sebastian Wraneschitz stopped 41 pictures in web.

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Germany wins 2-1 over Czechia

At Edmonton, Alexander Clean scored his second objective of the sport in extra time as Germany defeated Czechia 2-1.

Czech Republic’s Ivan Ivan (16) seems on as Germany’s Alexander Clean (24) celebrates a objective throughout extra time IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship motion in Edmonton on Monday, December 27, 2021.


Clean scored at 1:20 of the additional body to provide the Germans (1-1) their first win of the event.

Clean opened the scoring at 24:29 of the second interval, however Jan Mysak tied it simply over 10 minutes later.

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Florian Bugl made 39 saves for Germany.

Jan Bednar stopped 30 pictures for Czechia (0-2), which picked up its first level of the event regardless of the loss.

Russia wins 4-2 over Switzerland

In Purple Deer, Alta., Russia took on Switzerland and Sweden confronted Slovakia.

Danila Yurov had a objective and an help as Russia downed Switzerland.

Pavel Tyutnev scored the profitable objective late within the first interval as Russia (1-1) jumped out to an early 3-0 lead.

Dmitri Zlodeyev and Matvei Michkov additionally scored for Russia.

Attilio Biasca and Fabian Ritzmann scored for Switzerland (0-1).

Yegor Guskov made 16 saves for Russia, whereas Kevin Pasche stopped 28 pictures for Switzerland.

Sweden blanked Slovakia 3-0.

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