HELSINKI — Vladislav Kamenev scored twice, including the overtime winner, to lead Russia past Denmark 4-3 in a quarter-final game Saturday at the world junior hockey tournament.
Kamenev’s goal at the five-minute mark of overtime secured the win for Russia after he forced overtime by scoring with 44 seconds remaining in regulation time.
Yegor Korshkov and Artur Lauta both added a goal and an assist for Russia.
Thomas Olsen had a goal and an assist for Denmark. Markus Jensen and Emil Christensen also scored.
Russia outshot Denmark 46-21. The Russians lost 5-4 to Canada in last year’s final and is chasing its first tournament gold medal since 2011.