Arttu Ruotsalainen scored twice in Finland's shootout victory over Canada on Tuesday morning at the IIHF World Championship in Latvia.
On Monday, Victor Olofsson scored as Sweden was eliminated with a shootout loss to Russia while Tage Thompson and the United States earned a 2-0 win over J-J Peterka, Tobias Rieder and Germany.
Here's your daily Sabres update from the tournament.
United States 2 - Germany 0
Thompson tallied two shots in 15:26 for the United States, which has clinched its place in the quarterfinal round. Germany must beat Latvia in its preliminary round finale on Tuesday to advance.
Rieder tallied three shots in 15:46 for the Germans. Peterka skated 12:04 and tallied two shots.
Russia 3 - Sweden 2 (SO)
Olofsson had another dramatic goal after netting the winner on Sunday, this time burying the tying goal from the slot with 4:43 remaining in regulation.
Olofsson concludes the tournament with four points (3+1) in seven games.
Finland 3 - Canada 2 (SO)
Ruotsalainen twice tied the game during regulation, beginning with an end-to-end rush that erased a 1-0 deficit during the second period:
He later finished off a 2-on-1 play from Anton Lundell to tie the game at 2-2 with four minutes remaining:
Ruotsalainen also scored the winning goal in the shootout. He has four goals and one assist in seven games.
Italy vs. United States - 9:15 a.m. on NHL Network
Germany vs. Latvia - 1:15 p.m.