Canadian goalie Zach Fucale returns in 2015 to avenge his team'a fourth-place finish at the 2014 World Junior Hockey Championship.

Fucale to start vs. Slovakia in semifinals

Zach Fucale to start in goal for Canada vs. Slovakia in semifinals

By The Canadian Press

TORONTO – Zach Fucale will start in goal for Canada in the world junior semifinals against Slovakia.

Fucale made 14 saves to shut out Denmark in the quarter-finals but was barely tested.

In three starts this tournament, the 19-year-old Fucale has allowed just one goal and his save percentage is .982.

If Canada beats Slovakia, the gold-medal game is Monday.

It’s uncertain if the back-to-back has anything to do with coach Benoit Groulx’s decision.

Eric Comrie has started Canada’s other two games, allowing a total of three goals against Germany and the United States.

Comrie’s save percentage in the tournament is .933.

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