Veterans Josh Leivo and Frank Corrado handled the scoring for the Pack, both finding the mark in the third period.
The Wolves earned a spot in the final after upsetting Team Belarus by a score of 5-2 in the semifinal game.
After completing a four-game round robin format, the Wolves emerged as the top scoring team in the tournament held in Omsk, Siberia. The Wolves have scored the most number of goals — 20 — due in large part to their convincing 9-1 thrashing of Team Finland in the opening game of the tournament.
Leivo is a big reason that the Wolves have had so much success offensively, according to a press release. The 19-year-old Leafs prospect has four goals — three of which were short-handed in the team's 7-3 victory over Team Denmark — and three assists for seven points in the round robin.
Michael Kantor and Mathew Campagna finished tied for seventh place in tournament scoring with five points each.