Canada lost 6-5 to Finland at the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship in a back and fourth affair.
Travis Konecny and Dylan Strome began the scoring in the first period, giving Canada an early 2-0 lead.
That lead wouldn’t last as Finland answered back with Patrik Laine and Antti Kalapudas scoring the next two goals.
Finland would take the lead after two periods of play before Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick Mitch Marner potted two power-play goals before Finland rallied with the man advantage in the late stages of the game.
Earlier, Russia and Sweden cemented also semifinal berths at the world junior hockey championship.
The Russians edged Denmark 4-3 in overtime while Sweden dispatched Slovakia 6-0 in their quarter-final games.
The U-S takes on the Czech Republic in the other quarter-final games.