A thrilling finish to the World Junior Hockey Championship ended in glory for the host team.
Finland defeated Russia 4-3 in overtime to take the crown, their second in the past three years.
Kasperi Kapanen scored on a wraparound to clinch the title for the Fins.
It looked bleak for Finland heading into the third, having been shutout by Russian goalie Alexander Georgiev for two periods. Patrik Laine, Sebastian Aho, and Mikko Rantanen all scored for Finland in the final frame.
Finland led 3-2 until the final minute, and had gold in its sights, until Russian Andrei Svetlakov knotted things up with six seconds to play, forcing overtime.
In extra time, Kapanen deked two defenders and skated around the Russian net to tuck the puck into an open cage for the win.
London Knights defenceman Olli Juolevi will return to his OHL club with a gold medal around his neck.
Juolevi was tied for the lead in points among defenceman in the tournament with nine (all assists).