Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Bailey Bram Lifts Canada over Finland 4-1 in Four Nations Cup Tune-Up Game

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Bailey Bram Lifts Canada over Finland 4-1 in Four Nations Cup Tune-Up Game

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Bailey Bram lifts Canada over Finland

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VIERUMAKI, Finland - Bailey Bram scored the eventual winner near the midway point of the second period as Canada's national women's team topped Finland 4-1 on Sunday in a tune-up match ahead of the Four Nations Cup.

Meghan Agosta, Laura Fortino and Marie-Philip Poulin also scored for Canada. Emerance Maschmeyer and Genevieve Lacasse shared goaltending duties for the win. Maschmeyer turned aside 7-of-8 shots, while Lacasse made nine saves.

Jenni Hiirikoski responded for Finland in the first period. Goaltender Noora Raty stopped 19 shots.

Bram created a turnover in the Finnish zone, then went five-hole for the unassisted goal at the 13:26 mark of the second to give Canada a 2-1 lead. Canada outshot Finland 23-17 overall.

"It was a good first game for us, I think we did a lot of little things well," said Canada's head coach Laura Schuler. …

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