Finland and Sweden are competing at a rare time in the EHT tournament in Moscow: the match started at 10.00.
The Lions started the match sharply and immediately created dangerous goal-scoring situations near the Swedish bum in the opening minute.
However, Finland did not get the taste of the opening goal despite two situations of force majeure.
The Lions showed that they were hungry: the skate moved and the team won several duels and grabbed the loose discs for themselves many times.
Janne Juvonen had little work in the first round of his national team career.
Finland started the Moscow tournament on Thursday by ringing the Czech Republic 4–3.
31 Janne Juvonen
30 Jussi Rynnäs
82 Harri Pesonen - 75 Arttu Ilomäki - 20 Niko Ojamäki
6 Tony Sund - 7 Oliwer Kaski
34 Julius Nättinen - 37 Mikael Ruohomaa - 71 Juuso Puustinen
42 Robin Salo - 2 Ville Pokka
13 Julius Junttila - 18 Otto Paajanen - 25 Jere Karjalainen
40 Petteri Lindbohm - 38 Juuso Hietanen
80 Teemu Turunen Teemu - 62 Robert Leino - 28 Henri Ikonen
3 Niklas Friman - 41 Petteri Nikkilä