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The scorers for the Russian side were as follows: Sergei Shirokov (in the 11th minute), Alexander Ovechkin (28), Yevgeny Malkin (36), Danis Zaripov (45), and Viktor Tikhonov (56). Scorers for the Finnish side were Iiro Pakarinen (20th minute) and Olli Palola (27).
Thereby, the Russian team have their revenge on the Finns, to whom they bowed in a quarterfinal match at the Sochi Olympics, 1-3.