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Canada beats Finland 4-2 to win gold at the IIHF World Hockey Championship

The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Rick Nash scored twice in a 4-2 win over Finland in the championship game.

His second goal came with just over a minute left to play.

Eric Staal and Colby Armstrong also scored for Canada.

Petri Kontiola and Antti Miettinen had the goals for Finland.

Canada won all nine of its games at the tournament.

It's Canada's third world championship gold in five years.


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