Found December 28, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
Buffalo Sabres first-round draft pick Joel Armia collected two goals an assist as Finland surprised the United States with a 4-1 triumph on Wednesday in a Pool B preliminary round game at the World Junior Hockey Championship in Edmonton, Alberta. Mikael Granlund, who is a first-round selection of the Minnesota Wild, and Nashville Predators property Mikka Salomaki also scored for Finland (1-1). Sami Aittokallio turned aside 38 shots for the Finns. Brandon Saad scored and John Gibson finished with 23 saves for the United States (1-1).

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