Of the big 4 nations, Finland is the one that finds itself most offensively challenged on most nights, but they do still have scoring talent. Saara Tuominen, Karolina Rantamaki & Michelle Karvinen making up the majority of that scoring.
Karvinen, a 19 year old Danish born Finnish winger, who spends her time playing for the Espoo Blues in the Finnish Womens league when she is not competing for Finland in international tournaments has already chalked up some decent stats in her hockey career. She was the leagues top point scorer in the playoffs 2 seasons ago, the same year she was picked as Rookie Of The Year. She has lead or tied Finland in tournament points in practically every tournament she has competed in. She was in the top 10 in scoring at the last 4 Nations Cup in her home country of Finland, as well as in the top 10 last World Championships.
In Vancouver, the Finns will be looking to generally muck out low scoring, tight checking affairs. They will rely heavily on their offensively talented players to step up their game as much as they can. Not even 20 years old yet, Karvinen is already one of the teams top producers, her upside is still growing, the Finns might have a legitimate gamebreaker in Karvinen.
Finland has their eyes on a medal, and hopes of knocking off one of the two super powers perhaps along the way. If Michelle Karvinen is at her best, Finland might be able to do that.
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