Sweden 4, Finland 2
Noora Raty has been a star for Finland during the women's ice hockey tournament at the Winter Olympics, but her heroics were not enough to get Finland to the semifinals this year, as Sweden won 4-2 on the back of a 29-save performance from Valentina Wallner in goal.
Pernilla Winberg, who notched three assists for Sweden and played 27:21, was easily Sweden's best player. Finnish captain Jenni Hiirikoski played 30:37, but couldn't make the difference for Finland.
Switzerland 2, Russia 0
In the other game Saturday, Florence Schelling continued her brilliant tournament for Switzerland with a 41-save shutout to eliminate the host team. Russia will finish a disappointing finish of fifth place, or lower.
Stefanie Marty scored the lone goal for Switzerland 10:46 into the first period, after which the Swiss switched into a defensive shell to protect the lead. It wasn't until Lara Stalder scored on the empty net with 21 seconds remaining that they had a cushion.
Sweden will go on to face the United States on February 17th at 7:30am, while the Swiss will once again face Canada at 12:00pm. Canada lost the previous meeting 5-0 in the first game of the tournament for both teams.