Finland shocked every Canadian fan on Wednesday night as they pushed their quarterfinal matchup to overtime with a late goal in regulation, where they eventually scored the game-winner to send the hosts packing early on.


The heartbreak is real @bardown . (🎥 @nash.10_)

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Considering the Canadians were just under one minute away from advancing to the semifinals and ended up on the losing end of things, it was a devastating blow for all the players representing their country. As the Finnish players celebrated their semifinals-clinching goal behind Michael DiPietro’s net, Finnish goalie Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made a classy gesture as he showed some DiPietro some love before joining the rest of his teammates in the celebration.

The Buffalo Sabres prospect gave DiPietro a congratulatory fist bump before getting in on the celebration.

Very classy move by the 19-year-old netminder.