Ville Koivunen scored twice and added an help as Finland routed Austria 7-1 on Monday on the world junior hockey championship.
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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.
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.
Clean scored at 1:20 of the additional body to provide the Germans (1-1) their first win of the event.
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Clean opened the scoring at 24:29 of the second interval, however Jan Mysak tied it simply over 10 minutes later.
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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