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- Reichel’s lasting legacy Robert Reichel’s team is out of the IIHF U18 World Championship in Grand Forks. Yet the Czech coach’s impact goes far beyond this tournament.
- Nordic showdown Anyone who claims to have predicted a Sweden-Finland final at the 2016 IIHF U18 World Championship is either lying or crazy. (OK, or maybe rich.)
- Lindstrom the shootout hero Linus Lindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden beat Canada 6-5 in the late semi-final. The Swedes will face neighboring rival Finland for gold on Sunday.
- Finns dethrone U.S. In a tense semi-final, Finland upset the host U.S. 4-2 to make the gold medal game. Aapeli Rasanen scored twice, including the winner with 37 seconds left.
- Welcome to the Final Four If everything goes according to form in Saturday’s semi-finals, we’ll see an all-North American gold medal game and an all-Nordic bronze medal game on Sunday.
- Denmark strikes back With a 4-1 win over Latvia, Denmark tied the best-of-three relegation series at one game apiece. The deciding game goes Sunday at the Ralph Engelstad Arena.
- For Whom The Bell Tolvanens Eeli Tolvanen got a hat trick to lead Finland to a 4-3 quarter-final win over Russia. Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen debuted in goal since starter Leevi Laakso was sick.