Finland claimed the 2022 Worldwide Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Males’s Ice Hockey World Championship gold medal after a dramatic finish to the sport led to an time beyond regulation win for the Olympic champions.

Three months after claiming the gold medal on the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Video games, the Finns took their fourth world title towards Canada, who scored late twice to take the sport previous common time.

Following a quiet first interval, it was Canada who scored the opener by way of Dylan Cozens within the twenty fourth minute.

It took till the ultimate interval for the equaliser after which Finland to take the lead in lower than two minutes following a double from Mikael Granlund.

Joel Armia made it 3-1 with six minutes to go, however the Canadians discovered a solution to equalise, scoring two in lower than a minute by way of Zach Whitecloud and Max Comtois.

Greater than six minutes into time beyond regulation, Sakari Manninen was capable of rating the decisive objective, because the match completed 4-3 to Finland.

Czech Republic thrashed america 8-4 to assert the bronze medal earlier within the day.

Czech Republic claimed bronze with a convincing win over the United States ©Getty Images
Czech Republic claimed bronze with a convincing win over america ©Getty Pictures

It was an entire collapse for the Individuals who had been the higher aspect within the first interval, main 3-1 due to a double from Karson Kuhlman and one from Adam Gaudette, not being stopped by the Czech opener from Jiri Cernoch.

There was nonetheless a lead for them by the top of the second, regardless of Jiri Smejkal bringing it again to inside a objective.

The floodgates opened early within the third, nearly instantly with David Pastrnak’s equaliser, which was shortly adopted by Roman Cervenka and one other from Pastrnak.

A David Kampf double put the sport past doubt, which means Thomas Bordeleau’s response for the US was not sufficient.

Pastrnak scored his hat-trick within the final minute to finish the match on a excessive notice for the Czechs.