Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team is looking for the gold medal world title on Sunday, Hockey Canada takes on Sweden at 2 pm ET at the 2023 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship. The United States Hockey U18 team takes team Finland for the bronze medal game at the Ostersund Arena in Ostersund. Canada fixed their final position to defeat Finland by scoring (3-2) in overtime in the semifinal game yesterday. Abby Stonehouse had the other Canadian goal and Hannah Clark made 24 saves. Here’s what you know, where when, and how to watch Canada vs Sweden Worlds U18 Championship medal game via live stream including TV Channel and team updates.
When is Canada vs Sweden game on?
- Who: Canada vs Sweden
- Match time: 2:00 p.m ET
- TV channel: NHL Network/TSN/RDS
Monday’s preliminary-round match between Canada and Sweden ended with a 4-2 victory for the Canadians. Law and Emmalee Pais also scored, and Caitlin Kraemer scored twice. The Canadians went 13 for 14 on the penalty kill, and Clark made 43 saves in the victory, including 16 in the third period.
How to stream Canada vs Sweden medal game
The game will be broadcast nationwide in Sweden on SVT, while TSN and RDS will provide coverage in Canada. The contest can also be seen on NHL Network in the United States and on Discovery in Finland.
Canada vs. Sweden Preview for Gold Medal Game
Caitlin Kraemer of Canada leads her team in scoring with seven points, which ranks second in the competition behind Nela Lopusanova of Slovakia’s 12. With six goals, Kraemer is second only to Lopusanova (9). Despite only playing three games owing to a one-game suspension in round-robin play, Alex Law leads Canada with six points. With appearances in three of her team’s four games, Hannah Clark has carried the bulk of the weight for Canada. In just over 187 minutes of action, she has a 1.60 goals-against average and a.939 save %. Frank is anticipated to begin at the opposite end. Through 239 minutes, she has a.938 goals-against average and a 1.50 save %.
What’s the advantage of team Swedish
It would be nothing short of a historic victory for Sweden. At the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, Canada is undefeated overall and has outscored Sweden 56-10. At the Olympics or Women’s World Championship, Sweden has never defeated Canada. It would be nothing short of a historic victory for Sweden. At the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, Canada is undefeated overall and has outscored Sweden 56-10. At the Olympics or the Women’s World Championship, Sweden has never defeated Canada.