Finland women’s hockey team stuns Canada
Noora Raty made 43 saves as host Finland handed heavily favored Canada its first loss in a semifinal at the women’s world hockey championship, winning 4-2 on Saturday to advance to the gold-medal game.
Ronja Savolainen scored twice, including the empty-netter to seal it with 37 seconds left, and Jenni Hiirikoski and Susanna Tapani also scored for Finland. On Sunday, the hosts will face the United States, which routed Russia 8-0 behind two goals each by Hilary Knight and Kelly Pannek.
Ruud, Garin advance: Trying to be the first Norwegian champion on the ATP World Tour, Casper Ruud beat qualifier Daniel Elahi Galan of Colombia 7-5, 6-2 to reach the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston. The 20-year-old Ruud will face Chile’s Christian Garin.