2020 Channel One Cup. Finland - Sweden - 1:4

On Saturday, Sweden managed to earn their maiden win of the 2020 Channel One Cup in Moscow, defeating Finland 4:1 at the Legends Park.

Oscar Lindberg, Oscar Fantenberg, Jesper Froden and Mario Kempe all hit the target for the Swedes, with their goalkeeper Anders Lindback stopping 20 of the 21 Finnish shots he faced. Teemu Turunen scored the only goal for Finland during the third period with the score already 3:0 in Sweden's favour.

Finland will now prepare to face Russia tomorrow at 15:30 local time, while Sweden will take on the Czech Republic at 11:00 on the same day.

Match protocol:

Finland - Sweden - 1:4 (0:0, 0:2, 1:2)


0:1 Lindberg (Kempe, Pettersson), 29.31
0:2 Fantenberg (Holm, Aberg), 37.27
0:3 Froden (Bengtsson, Wingerli), 47.34
1:3 Turunen (Pesonen, Kaski), 56.28
1:4 Kempe, 59.27

Goalkeepers: Juvonen - Lindback

Shots on target: 21 - 21

Faceoffs: 22 - 17

Penalty minutes: 4 - 12


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