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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. (Ryan Remiorz/Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
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. (Ryan Remiorz/Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Szabados gets start in goal for Canada in gold-medal game Add to ...

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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