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Szabados gets start in goal for Canada in gold-medal game

Team Canada's goaltender Shannon Szabados stops Team Finland's Anne Helin during first period action at the World Women's Ice Hockey Championships Sunday. Canada won 3-2.

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Shannon Szabados will start in goal for Canada in the women's world hockey championship final against the U.S.

The Edmonton native made 14 saves in Canada's 5-1 semifinal win over Finland on Friday.

Szabados made 47 saves in last year's final, a 3-2 overtime loss to the U.S. in Switzerland.

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