In a game where goals were hard to come by, defenseman Drew Doughty found the back of the net twice for Canada, including the overtime game-winner. The Canadians clinched the top spot in Group B and earned the No. 3 overall seed with a 2-1 win over Finland in what was a tight-checking, slow-paced game.

Finland was content to sit back and do all they could to slow down Canada's attack that includes many of the game's best forwards. The strategy was a success as the defense and netminder Tuukka Rask held Canada at bay for much of the contest.

Doughty struck midway through the first period with a power-play marker. The LA Kings rearguard set himself up in the left faceoff circle and wired a perfect wrist shot over Rask's right shoulder and just underneath the bar.

From then on, the game was a bit sluggish with Finland collapsing to the middle in their own end, forcing Canada to work for every inch they got in the Finnish zone.

A late second-period goal off a between-the-legs tip by Tuomo Ruutu past Carey Price tied up the game and that's the way it stayed through a slightly more open third period.

In overtime Finland's best chance came off a point shot from Sami Salo that Price just got with his blocker. Shortly after, Canada rushed up the ice with Jeff Carter finding Kings teammate Doughty on the left side.

Doughty's shot just snuck under Rask, between his legs and over the line to give Canada the win.

This now sets up Canada to play the winner of the qualification round game between Latvia and Switzerland. Meanwhile, the Finns will take on the winners of Russia-Norway.