Canada earned her ticket to the final of the Under-18 Women’s World Cup with a 2-1 win over Finland.
The Canadian troupe opened the scoring in the final minutes of the first period, when Jade Iginla marked a good shot of the fists.
Finland secured the replica in the median period, thanks to Tilli Keränen, who let go of a lancer that escaped goalkeeper Mari Pietersen.
Then, while equality was still in the middle of the third period, Madison Chantler turned the lead in Canada for good luck with a superb escape.
Canada therefore took the revenge after the team suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Finns during the group stage.
Canada in a décoché 45 tirs, alor que la gardienne canadienne Pietersen with a face of 10 rondelles.
On Monday in the final, Unifolié will face the winning team in the other semi-final, which will face the United States against Sweden.