IMATRA, Finland - Mackenzie Blackwood recorded the shutout as Canada blanked the Czech Republic 1-0 on Sunday in an exhibition ahead of the world junior hockey championship.
Rourke Chartier scored the lone goal for the Canadians in the second period. Anthony Beauvillier fed Chartier with a back-door pass to give Canada a one-goal advantage.
Vitek Vanecek started in net for the Czechs.
Canada finished the game 0-for-5 on the power play with the Czech Republic going scoreless on four opportunities.
The Canadians beat Belarus 7-1 in their first exhibition game on Saturday. Canada wraps up its exhibition schedule on Wednesday against Sweden.
Canada opens the tournament against the United States on Boxing Day in Helsinki.
A total of 27 Canadian players made the trip to Finland for the three pre-competition games as Hockey Canada brass evaluates who will make the final 23-man roster for the Dec. 26-Jan. 5 tournament.