Canada is in the final for the fifth time in the last six World Championships. The team coached by Gerrard Calland won the North American semi-final against the United States 4-2 in Riga.
The winner of the Canadian tournament was Andrew Mangiaben, who was not available for the team in the first three games, all of which failed, and Andrew Mangiaban, who was not yet available for the team in the first three games, all lost. The Coal Flames striker is responsible for 2-1 (25th) and 3-1 (41st). Mangyapane now has seven goals and four assists. Connor Brown made preparations for both goals. The Ottawa Senators striker now has eleven assists and 13 scorer points, making him the new No. 1 in the standings.
Brandon Fririe led the Canadians 122 seconds later, while Colin Blackwell (18th) equaled the Americans. Just 24 seconds before the end, Justin Danforth clarified everything with a shot to empty housing, after the United States reduced it to 2: 3 (44th) by Sasha Kmelevsky.
The fact that the Canadians are in the final is not uncommon in and of itself, but it is surprising after their performance in the opening round. If there were no winners after 60 minutes in Tuesday evening’s match between Germany and host Latvia (2: 1), the “maple leaves” would already be at home.
Now, after Russia in the quarterfinals (2: 1 NV), they have beaten seven-time winners Canada and the defeating Americans (5: 1). So America’s wait for the first final of the 1960 World Cup continues. The Canadians will face the winner of the match between Finland and Germany in the final on Sunday evening.