Canada has improved to "3 and 1" at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games.
The Canadians shut out host Norway 6-0 Thursday for their third win in a row at the tournament in Lillehammer.
Owen Sound native Connor Roberts scored the first goal of the game -- the Grey Bruce Highlander has scored in all of Canada's victories.
Collingwood native Allan McShane also scored for Canada.
Jared McIsaac paced Canada's offence with a goal and two assists.
Olivier Rodrigue of Quebec made only two saves for the shutout, as Canada outshot Norway 37-2.
The Canadian win -- combined with the United States’ 4-2 victory over Russia -- means Canada finishes first in the round robin.
They will face Finland in the first semifinal on Friday at 11 AM Eastern.
Canada beat the Finns 5-1 in their preliminary round meeting on Monday.