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Canada reached the final of the FIFA World Youth Championship for the fourth time in a row


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Moscow, January 5 – The Canadian national team defeated the US national team and reached the finals of the World Youth Ice Hockey Championship.
The semi-final meeting, which took place in the Canadian Halifax, ended with a score of 6: 2 (1: 2, 3: 0, 2: 0) in favor of the hosts of the tournament. Conor Bedard (12th), Logan Stankoven (21), Adam Fantelli (26), Joshua Roy (33′, 57) and Brandt Clarke (50) scored the winners. Americans Logan Cooley (2) and Kenny Connors (11) scored. Two more US goals did not count as a decision by the referees, who in both cases recorded interference with the Stars and Stripes goalkeeper.

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Canada has reached the finals of the World Youth Championship for the fourth time in a row. The Canadians will face the Czech Republic, who previously beat Sweden.
The tournament will end on January 5, 2023. Initially, Novosibirsk and Omsk were supposed to host the competition, but due to the situation in Ukraine, the Board of Directors of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) denied Russia the right to host the World Youth Championship. In addition, the national teams of Russia and Belarus do not play in the tournament due to suspension.

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