Canadians earn under-18 women’s hockey final date with U.S.

BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA—Jenna Buglioni scored the game-winning goal and added an assist as Canada beat Finland 4-1 on Wednesday in the semifinals of the under-18 women’s world hockey championship.

Canada will go for gold for the second straight year against the United States on Thursday.

Marianne Picard and Lindsay Bochna also scored as Canada built a 3-0 lead by the first intermission. Kendall Cooper added a goal in the third period and Ashley Messier had two assists. Eve Gascon made 14 saves for the win.

Nelli Laitinen replied for Finland, while Kiia Lahtinen stopped 26 shots.

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