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2008 U20 4 Nations Tournament (Russia) (Russia)
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04/21/2008 Russia beats US in a closely played game (box score)

SEMIFINALS - TEAM RUSSIA vs. TEAM USA 3:1 (1:0, 1:0, 1:1)
- 1:0 Vyacheslav Voinov (Nikita Filatov - 15:34pp)
- 2:0 Aslan Raisov (Anton Lazarev, Pavel Chernov - 37:24)
- 2:1 Raymond Borque (Morin - 54:11)
- 3:1 Kirill Petrov (Andrei Loktionov - 58:52)
GOALIES: Alexander Pechursky - Brandon Maxwell
PIM: 27-31
SHOTS: 38-28

04/21/2008 Russia beats US - in finals vs. Canada!

Russia will skate for its second consecutive gold medal at the U18 World Championship after hanging on for a 3-1 win against the United States in the semi-final game. Russia will take on Canada on Wednesday for gold, while the U.S. will face Sweden for bronze. It will be the first-ever meeting between Russia and Canada in any medal game at the U18 World Championship. Russia will go for a record fourth gold medal at the event, while Canada is looking for its second-ever gold. ( article) READ MORE
04/20/2008 Russia faces off against US in the semifinals today!

Russia faces off against US in the semifinals today. The team had a longer rest as US competed in the quarterfinals, but has looked very strong throughout the tournament. READ MORE
04/17/2008 Russia edges Canada in key matchup (box score)
04/17/2008 Russia strikes twice in 3rd to beat Canada at U-18 hockey worlds (

Evgeni Grachev and Pavel Chernov scored a third-period goal each as Russia beat Canada 4-2 at the under-18 world hockey championship in Kazan, Russia, on Wednesday. Russia (3-0) spoiled Canada's two straight wins and extended its own streak to three games, securing a berth in the tournament's semifinal round. The host team racked up 51 penalty minutes in the rough-and-tumble matchup, including a five-minute major for butt-ending and a game misconduct for Nikita Filatov , both in the first period. Canada (2-1) was assigned just under half that tally for a total of 24 minutes. After a scoreless first period, Russia's Dmitry Kugryshev scored at 3:23 of the second. Canada's Ryan Ellis tied it and Matthew Duchene put his team ahead, before Andrei Loktionov made it 2-2 entering the third. READ MORE
04/13/2008 U20 Team Russia roster announced by coaching staff
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