Absent from the finals for the first time after 18 consecutive appearances between 1990 and 2018, since the birth of the competition, the team has earned the bronze medal in a one-way battle.
Russia has only shot six shots into Canada's net, defended by Geneviève Lacasse. Even if each throw had foiled the Quebec goalkeeper, the European representatives would have run out of a goal.
Loren Gabel led the offensive charge in the winner's camp with a double to bring her total to six in seven games on Finnish soil.
Erin Ambrose, Rebecca Johnston, Jamie Rattray and Natalie Spooner also contributed to Canada's success with a win and a assist, while Renata Fast and Sarah Nurse recorded two assists.
The other success of Head Coach Perry Pearn's troupe was signed by Jaime Bourbonnais.
"It was probably the most difficult meeting of our respective careers, from a psychological point of view," said Captain Brianne Jenner. We did what it took to leave the tournament with a medal.
"After the final siren, we still felt a lot of disappointment. It will be difficult to digest. "
The Canadian women outrageously dominated their opponents during the entire game, but led only 3-0 after two commitments. They dug a chasm after the second intermission with an avalanche of four goals.
Russian goalkeepers together faced a barrage of 41 shots. Nadezhda Morozova gave 7 goals on 38 shots, before being replaced by Anna Prugova for the final minutes of the clash.
Touched in the left knee, captain Marie-Philip Poulin played less than a period in Espoo. She aggravated her injury in the third match of the preliminary stage against Russia.
Canada will host the 2020 edition of the Women's World Hockey Championship in Halifax and Truro, Nova Scotia.