Gracie Graham (right) has two points in four games as Canada is undefeated at the U18 women’s world championships in Sweden. (@HockeyCanada/Twitter)

Gracie Graham (right) has two points in four games as Canada is undefeated at the U18 women’s world championships in Sweden. (@HockeyCanada/Twitter)

Kelowna hockey player going for gold with Canada at U18 championships

Gracie Graham and Team Canada will play in the finals on Sunday

Kelowna’s Gracie Graham is off to the finals at the U18 Women’s World Hockey Championships.

Graham and Hockey Canada team beat Finland 3-2 in overtime in the semi-finals, clinching their spot the finals. In the game, Graham didn’t factor in the score sheet. She has two points in four games in the tournament.

Canada will face Sweden in the gold medal game on Sunday in Östersund, Sweden.

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