U.S. routs Canada at women’s under-18 world hockey championship

The Hockey Canada logo is shown on a jersey. (Jason Franson/CP)

Canada suffered a 7-0 rout against the United States at the women’s under-18 world hockey championships on Thursday.

The loss dropped the Canadians to 1-2 on the tournament, for third place in Group A behind the U.S. (3-0) and Finland (1-1).

Seven different players scored for the U.S.: Madison Kaiser, Molly Jordan, Ava Lindsay, Maggie Scannell, Kelly Gorbatenko, Laila Edwards, and Josie St. Martin.

The Americans outshot Canada 34-25.

Canada opened the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Finland, but bounced back to beat Sweden 3-1.  

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