Great Britain Under-18s beat Finnish side Grankulla IFK 9-3 in the Malmi Arena in Helsinki in their first warm-up game ahead of the World Championship.
Carter Hamill scored a hat-trick, Archie Hazeldine netted twice while netminder Ben Norton made 24 saves.
GB led 3-0 at the end of the first period thanks to goals from Oliver Endicott (9:51), Jack Hopkins (14:49) and Hamill (17:33).
The hosts started a comeback but Josh Shaw (powerplay) at 25:19 and Hazeldine at 35:04 ensured GB led 5-3 at the second intermission.
Hamill (42:03) and Hazeldine (46:20 – powerplay) both added their second goals of the afternoon, while Kell Beatie scored GB’s eighth (49:29), also with the man advantage.
The scoring was complete when Hamill completed his treble at 56:39.
Head Coach, Sean Easton, said: “We started a bit slow and looked hesitant and nervous but after their first shift each, we settled into the game.
“We have a deep team, four lines that can all be too lines in their own right. Each line created good offensive threats and was relentless on the forecheck.
“We are very happy with our first outing as a team and grew stronger as the game went on.
“Ben (Norton) played the full game and put in a strong performance and we will get a chance to look at Alex (Oldale) tomorrow.”
GB face K-Espoo Blues tomorrow at 16:00 UK time for their second and final warm-up game ahead of the World Championship in Tallinn, which gets under way on Sunday