Canada vs Finland Live Stream: IIHF World Juniors 2020 semifinal, Jan. 4, 2019
Here is how you can watch in the world juniors semifinal on Saturday:
How to watch Canada vs. Finland
- TV channel (Canada): TSN 1/4/5
- Live stream (Canada): TSN Live
- TV channel (U.S.): NHL Network
- Canada vs. Finland: What time is puck drop?
- Date: Saturday, Jan. 4
- Time: 1 p.m. ET
Finland wiped out Canada in appalling style at the 2019 IIHF World Juniors in the quarterfinal round — and on Saturday, Canada will get the opportunity to give back in kind against the supreme heroes, this time in the elimination round.
Alexis Lafreniere and his colleagues progressed to the elimination round with a devastating 6-1 triumph over Slovakia on Thursday. Lafreniere, who had missed Canada’s last two gathering stage games because of leg damage , pruned one objective and one aid his arrival to activity. Chief Barrett Hayton contributed two objectives and one help as Canada drew one stage nearer to a gold decoration.
“I believe we’re showing signs of improvement each game,” Lafreniere told correspondents after Thursday’s down. “I think the folks are truly cooperating. We fill in as a group and it’s appeared out there, we played great.”
Finland progressed to the elimination round after a sensational 1-0 triumph over the United States on Thursday. The nation’s U20 group never again incorporates New York Ranger Kaapo Kakko, yet forward Kristian Tanus (two objectives, six helps and fifth-most among all skaters in the competition) has gotten a move on in all out attack mode end. Los Angeles Kings prospect Rasmus Kupari grapples the group’s first line, while the group’s blue line is stacked with as of now drafted gifts Anttoni Honka (Carolina Hurricanes), Ville Heinola (Winnipeg Jets), Toni Utunen (Vancouver Canucks) and Lassi Thomson (Ottawa Senators).
Goaltender Justus Annunen made 30 puts something aside for Finland in their quarterfinal prevail upon the United States — he holds an amazing .963 spare rate and 1.97 objectives against normal all through the competition. He will probably suit facing Canada’s Joel Hofer, who made 17 saves money on 18 shots against Slovakia on Thursday.
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