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NHL-star humility: Walking with a camera in front of the Finland-shirt in the lost world cup bets after
Montreal Canadiens star defender Shea Weber appeared in the locker room Finland t-shirt.Canadian NHL all-star veteran Shea Weber lost a bet to the Finnish teammates. AOP

the NHL-follow the Montreal Canadiens Finnish players are no doubt pleased with the Young lions to world cup performances.

Usa won the quarter final matches Canada in overtime 2-1 thriller-like events.

Friday's Canadiens practice after the world cup-gold medallist and double olympic winner Shea Weber represented the team in the locker room in Finland-shirt on.

Weber had made a bet half a semi-final match of the outcome of the Canadiens Finnish hyökkäjän Artturi Lehkonen .

If the image does not appear below, you can watch it at this link (Twitter).

the Finnish players was not enough, the mere fact that Weber pulled a shirt on. Finland-text of the above shirt was even Lehkonen signed, and when Weber gave in peace comments from the previous game, Jesperi eagle cape shove himself in an interview in the ring with a microphone.

– What is (MM-)in the tournament's favorite team? Eagle cape asked.

– They do not play anymore, Weber replied.

If the video does not appear below, you can watch it here (Twitter).

the 193-foot and 104-pound Weber, 33, has played in the NHL 884 regular season matches and made them the defending great power points 194+318=512.

Weber himself was about to win the under 20-year-old world championship gold medal in 2005. Lehkonen, in turn, experience the same in 2014.

the 18-year-old eagle cape should be age-appropriate for able to play this year's U20 tournament, but the first NHL season to play the youngster has appeared in North America as well, that stayed following his team's strength.

the Young Lions progress in world cup finals early Saturday morning by crushing the Swiss 6-1.

Finland will meet in the world cup final in the USA. TV2 will show the match live on Sunday morning at three o'clock from .

Finland beat Switzerland and runs to the finals - in a telephone interview captain Aarne Talvitie: ”the Gang agreed that it is forced to respond to the screams of” IL-TV
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