Woo scores as Canada falls to Finland

Team Canada might not have hit the win column at the World Under-18 Hockey Championship on Tuesday, but that didn’t stop the two Moose Jaw Warriors at the tournament from showing their stuff.
Warriors defenceman Jett Woo scored Canada’s second goal at 18:38 of the second period and fellow rearguard Josh Brook picked up an assist on a goal by the Oshawa Generals Jack Studnicka 3:55 into the first as Canada dropped a 6-3 decision to Finland in Poprav, Slovakia.
MacKenzie Entwhistle of the Hamilton Bulldogs scored Canada’s other goal unassisted at the 11:18 mark of the  the third period.
Canada and Finland were tied 1-1 after the first and Finland led 4-2 through two.
The loss means Canada finishes with two wins, an overtime win and a loss in the round robin, taking second place in their pool.
As a result Canada will face Sweden in the (2-0-0-2) in the quarter-finals on Thursday.
Finland (4-0-0-0) plays the Czach Republic (1-0-1-2), Russia (2-1-0-1) takes on Slovakia (2-0-1-1) and the United States (4-0-0-0) plays Switzerland (1-0-0-3) in the other quarter-final games.
Woo finished the round robin with a goal and an assist while going plus-three; Brook had an assist and four penalty minutes while also going plus-three.
The tournament continues with the semifinals Saturday and medal games Sunday.