Canada and Finland will meet again in the World Cup final. The matter was settled on Saturday night when Canada broke the Czech Republic.
CANADA and Finland will meet for the third time in a row in the World Cup final.
In the spring of 2019, the Lions hit a giant shot and hit Canada 3–1. Last spring, Canada won 3-2 in overtime. In between, the 2020 Games were canceled due to a corona pandemic.
The playoffs have been played in the World Cup since 1992. The situation is historic: the same countries will meet for the first time in the finals three times in a row.
Sunday’s finals start at 8:20 p.m. The United States and the Czech Republic will decide the fate of the bronze medals from 3:20 p.m.
In Saturday’s semi-finals, Finland beat the USA 4–3, Canada knocked out the Czech Republic 6–1.
VALTTERI FILPPULA has the opportunity to join the so-called To the Triple Gold Club , the first Finn to become a three-gold club. Filppula won Olympic gold in February, he has a Stanley Cup championship ring from the summer of 2008.
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Finland and Canada have also competed in the World Cup finals in 1994, 2007 and 2016. Canada won these three finals.
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