Canada and the United States will offer another classic in the Under-18 World Cup final on Monday.
Canada earned its ticket to the final 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.
For their part, the American team completed a 2-1 deficit in the third period to beat Sweden 3-2 and reach Canada in its final.
The Americans opened the brand in the first period thanks to a goal from Sydney Morrow.
Then, Sweden showed signs of life in the Middle Ages. Stella Lindell first created the tie, before seeing her teammate Mira Jungaker put Sweden in a 2-1 lead. It was then the first time in the tournament that the United States had pulled from the back.
Faithful to themselves, the Americans refused to abandon. Margaret Scannell and Grace Dwyer hit the last twenty target to allow the United States to join Unifolié in the final.