Game Summary
Finland 11 - Okanagan Hockey Academy 1
 

LEHKONEN, TANUS HAVE FIVE POINTS EACH, FINNS HAMMER OHA

CALGARY, Alta. – Finland continued its offensive roll Tuesday at the 2011 World Sport School Challenge, getting five points each from Artturi Lehkonen and Jonatan Tanus as is steamrolled Okanagan Hockey Academy 11-1.

The Finns are the lone unbeaten team through two days, and have outscored its opposition 19-2.

Okanagan Hockey Academy came out with the physical edge, highlighted by a crushing hit from Spencer Morse on Tani Suuronen, but the Finns opened up a big lead early, taking a 3-0 advantage to the dressing room after 20 minutes on goals from Joonas Lyytinen, Aleksi Mustonen and Lehkonen.

Finland’s speed and superior puck moving skills provided Okanagan with no answer as the Canadian side was drawn into multiple penalties in the second period. Lehkonen and Tanus put on a clinic, recording three and four points, respectively, in the middle frame as the Finns opened up a 7-0 lead through 40 minutes, outshooting OHA 34-9.

The final period was more of the same as Lehkonen added another goal early in the frame to cap off his four-goal night. The Finns scored the game’s first 10 goals before Okanagan’s Paulsen Lautard ended Ville Husso’s shutout bid late. Aleksi Ainali rounded out the scoring for Finland in the final minute.

Finland will look to wrap up a perfect preliminary round when it meets Shattuck-St. Mary’s in a marquee match-up Wednesday (5 p.m. MT), while OHA will look to bounce back against the Edge School (5 p.m. MT).

 

Game Information
Game Number 06 Round Round Robin
Arena Markin MacPhail Centre - Rink A City, Country Calgary, Alta.
Month / Day / Year 12/27/2011 Time 05:00 PM MT
Attendance Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Finland (FIN) 3 4 4 11
Okanagan Hockey Academy (OHA) 0 0 1 1

Goals/Penalties
First Period
Goals:
   13:09 FIN 22 Joonas Lyytinen (24 Felix Westermarck)
   15:59 FIN 10 Aleksi Mustonen (6 Matias Pulli)
   19:05 FIN 12 Artturi Lehkonen (14 Jusso Ikonen, 9 Jonatan Tanus) PP

Penalties:
   02:12 FIN 21 Toni Suuronen (Tripping)
   18:33 OHA 5 Spencer Morse (Checking to the Head)

Second Period
Goals:
   03:07 FIN 9 Jonatan Tanus (8 Mika Ilvonen)
   12:23 FIN 9 Jonatan Tanus (12 Artturi Lehkonen) PP
   15:51 FIN 12 Artturi Lehkonen (9 Jonatan Tanus) PP
   16:17 FIN 12 Artturi Lehkonen (9 Jonatan Tanus, 1 Ville Husso) PP

Penalties:
   03:53 OHA  Dylan Gamble (Tripping)
   09:32 OHA 22 Graham Millar (Tripping)
   12:01 OHA 21 Daylan Robertson (Tripping)
   12:20 OHA 15 Riley Stadel (Checking to the Head)
   15:36 OHA 21 Daylan Robertson (Checking to the Head)
   16:33 FIN 13 Joose Antonen (Checking to the Head)
   17:25 FIN 10 Aleksi Mustonen (Checking to the Head)

Third Period
Goals:
   01:04 FIN 12 Artturi Lehkonen (2 Jimi Kuronen) SH
   05:52 FIN 23 Saku Kinnunen (13 Joose Antonen) PP
   17:46 FIN 24 Felix Westermarck (21 Toni Suuronen)
   18:04 OHA 19 Paulsen Lautard (21 Daylan Robertson)
   19:09 FIN 18 Aleksi Ainali (14 Jusso Ikonen, 2 Jimi Kuronen) PP

Penalties:
   04:25 OHA 5 Spencer Morse (Checking to the Head)
   10:21 OHA 9 Jordan Davie (Interference)
   14:26 OHA 17 Sebastian Barrette (Cross Checking)
   18:35 OHA  Dylan Gamble (Interference)


Goaltenders
Finland
1 Ville Husso On 1/00:00 Off 3/60:00
30 Kevin Lankinen On 1/00:00
Okanagan Hockey Academy
1 Chris Skeates On 3/41:05 Off 3/60:00
30 Brad Rebagliati On 1/00:00 Off 3/41:04

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Finland 15 19 13 47
Okanagan Hockey Academy 2 7 3 12

Player of the Game
Finland 23 Saku Kinnunen
Okanagan Hockey Academy 15 Riley Stadel
For more information:
Kevin Bathurst Manager, School Programs | Responsable, programme pour les écoles