Sam Reinhart scored twice and Max Domi added a pair of assists as Canada defeated Finland 4-1 at the world junior championship Monday night.
Reinhart, Buffalo’s 2014 first round pick, scored the eventual game winner at 13:34 of the second period giving the Canadians a 2-0 lead.
The 19-year-old opened the scoring at 5:32 of the first period putting home his own rebound.
Finnish captain, and Montreal Canadiens prospect, Artturi Lehkonen had the lone goal for Finland.
Zach Fucale, Montreal’s second round pick from the 2013 draft, made 27 saves for the win.
Per TSN’s Mark Masters, Fucale along with teammate Eric Comrie, a Jets’ prospect, combined for a shutout streak of 158 minutes and 26 seconds passing Jake Allen and Martin Jones’ mark set during the 2010 tournament.
Nashville Predators’ 2013 fourth rounder Juuse Saros made 32 saves in the loss.
Canadian captain, and Ottawa Senators prospect, Curtis Lazar along with Rangers’ prospect Anthony Duclair had Canada’s other goals.
Canada will look to remain perfect and lockup top spot in Group A when they face the U.S. on Dec. 31st while Finland (0-2-1), who won gold at last year’s tournament, will look for its’ first win when they play Germany on Wednesday.