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    Default Canada wins World Juniors Hockey Championship!!





    Canada wins 4-3 over Russia!!




    WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP NOTEBOOK: CANADA TAKES GOLD IN THRILLER OVER RUSSIA
    A third period comeback was capped by Akil Thomas' late game-winning goal as Canada captured gold at the 2020 World Junior Championship.
    In the bronze medal game, Sweden defeated rival and defending champion Finland.

    With the win, Canada grabbed its third gold medal since 2015, including its second against Russia.
    Canada now has a 6-4 record against Russia in the championship game and
    18 gold medals in tournament history the most of any nation



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    Oh Oh...you would be very upset lol

    Some Russian hockey fans were celebrating victory
    despite losing at the world junior hockey championships because of a confusingly timed TV repeat.

    Two state TV channels showed Russia-Canada finals at the same time on Sunday.
    One was live, and the other was from 2011.

    While most fans, and Russia's players, commiserated after a 4-3 loss to Canada on Channel One,
    many Russians watched a nail-biting, nine-year-old 5-3 comeback win on rival broadcaster Match TV.

    Some fans posted celebratory messages on social media, or complained media outlets were reporting the wrong score. Ana Tarasenko, a lifestyle blogger who is the wife of St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko, posted on Instagram that her husband had watched the 2011 game for 10 minutes in the belief it was live at least "until he saw himself in the game."

    Tarasenko was on the winning Russian team in 2011, but at the age of 28 he is now far too old for world juniors.t wasn't immediately clear why Match TV decided to show the 2011 final at the same time as the live broadcast. It had shown live world juniors games earlier in the tournament, but the medal rounds were only on Channel One. Match TV didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.


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