Finland routs U.S. at hockey worlds
EDMONTON, Alberta -- Joel Armia had two goals and an assist to lead Finland to a 4-1 win over the United States in a Pool B preliminary-round game Wednesday at the world junior hockey championship.
The Americans are considered one of the tournament favorites.
But Finland and the U.S. are both 1-1 in Pool B.
Armia, a first-round draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres, paced the Finland offense. Mikael Granlund, another first-round selection of the Minnesota Wild, and Nashville Predators ...
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