US out of ice hockey worlds after 2-0 QF defeat to Finland

US forward Jack Eichel, center, Finland's defender Ville Lajunen, right, Finland's forward Juhamatti Aaltonen, left, and Finland's forw

Finland's goalie Harri Sateri, center, defender Atte Ohtamaa, right, defender Juuso Hietanen, bottom, forward Mika Pyorala, background

Russia's Andrei Vasilevski, right, celebrates with Russia's Anton Belov, left, after winning the Ice Hockey World Championships quarter

COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — Finland defeated the United States 2-0 Thursday in the quarterfinals to knock Jeff Blashill's young roster out of the ice hockey world championship.

Mikko Rantanen and Joonas Kemppainen scored for Finland to end the Americans' six-game winning run as the Czechs advanced to Saturday's semifinals.

Russia beat the Czech Republic 3-0 in Paris thanks to goals from Dmitri Orlov, Nikita Kucherov and Artemi Panarin.