Canada wins U-18 hockey bronze with 3-1 victory over Sweden

Canada has won the bronze medal at the world under-18 hockey championship, defeating Sweden 3-1 on Sunday in Lapeenranta, Finland.

Canadian goalie McDonald stops 38 of 39 shots

Canada defeats Sweden 3-1 to capture bronze at the IIHF U-18 tournament in Finland. 0:32

Canada has won the bronze medal at the world under-18 hockey championship.

Brendan Perlini, Lawson Crouse and Travis Konecny scored for Canada in a 3-1 win over Sweden in Lapeenranta, Finland on Sunday.

Henrik Tornqvist scored Sweden's lone goal midway through the first period.

Goaltender Mason McDonald made 38 saves for Canada.

The Czech Republic will play the United States for gold later in the day.

Canada won gold at this tournament last year.


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