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The 2016 World Junior trophy goes to Finland after an exciting overtime win over Russia

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Finland's Juho Lammikko (L) and Kasper Bjorkqvist (2nd R) in action against Russia's Artur Lauta (top L), Damir Sharipzyanov (C) and Alexander Dergachyov during their 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final match in Helsinki, Finland.

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Russia's Yevgeni Svechnikov, left, fights to get to the puck with Finland's Vili Saarijarvi during second period gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Junior Championship in Helsinki, Finland.

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Roope Hintz of Finland (L) and Damir Sharipzyanov of Russia in action during their 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final match in Helsinki, Finland.

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Finland's Kasperi Kapanen scores the game-winning goal in overtime past Russian goaltender Alexander Georgiev during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Championship, in Helsinki, Finland.

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Finland's Kasperi Kapanen (centre) celebrates his game-winning goal in overtime against Russia with teammates during gold medal game hockey action at the IIHF World Championship, in Helsinki, Finland.

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Finland's Vili Saarijarvi, left, Joni Tuulola and Kasperi Kapanen, right, celebrate winning the world championship after the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final against Russia in Helsinki, Finland.

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Finland's Aleksi Saarela, left, Kasperi Kapanen, 2nd left, and Joni Tuulola, right, celebrate winning the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final match between Finland and Russia in Helsinki, Finland.

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Russia's players react after losing to Finland in the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final match in Helsinki, Finland.

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Finnish hockey legend Teemu Selanne congratulates team captain Mikko Rantanen during celebrations after winning the world championship after the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final against Russia in Helsinki, Finland.

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Captain Mikko Rantanen of Finland lifts the trophy to celebrate winning the 2016 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship final match between Finland and Russia in Helsinki, Finland.

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