Golden Memories

Lamoureux-Davidson looks back on 2018 gold

She’s only 28, but given Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson’s experience and wisdom, it seems like she’s been around forever.

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Hilary Knight: The Big Q&A

U.S. Olympic superstar speaks out in Montreal

Fresh off her first Olympic gold medal, Hilary Knight isn’t taking a break. Instead, she’s come to Montreal to make her sport even bigger.

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Honour for Brandt/Park

Will be named honorary ambassador

Yoonjung Park (aka Marissa Brandt) will be named honorary ambassador for adoptee birth family search by the Korean Minister of Health and Welfare today.

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Summary on ice

What the women brought to PyeongChang

The Olympic hockey tournament is over for the women, and there were many highlights among the 22 games played. Herewith a synopsis.

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Shokhina suspended

Will miss 2 games at Women’s Worlds

Anna Shokhina of the Olympic Athletes from Russia women’s ice hockey team was suspended two games due to a kicking infraction in the bronze medal game.

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The rise of Rooney

Young USA goalie proves her class

Maddie Rooney, just 20, was the star of the USA's shootout win for gold in Korea. But, for her teammates, a poised performance against Canada was no surprise.

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Emma Terho elected

Finn joins IOC Athletes’ Commission

Former Finnish ice hockey player Emma Terho (nee Laaksonen) and Kikkan Randall (USA, cross-country skiing) have been elected to the IOC Athletes’ Commission.

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Top-7 remain same

New Women’s World Ranking released

The February edition of the 2018 IIHF Women’s World Ranking has been released. Team USA remains first and the top-7 in the world are unchanged.

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Daoust named MVP

Two Canadians, two Finns on all-star team

The IIHF announced its 2018 Olympic media all-star team, as well as its Most Valuable Player (MVP) and tournament directorate awards.

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Jocelyne Lamoureux the hero in a 3-2 shootout win

After 80 minutes of end-to-end action, the women's Olympic gold medal was decided by a shootout. And even that went to overtime before the U.S. won, 3-2.

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Can U.S. women end curse?

Eight-time world champs just won one Olympics

Many consider the United States the top women’s ice hockey nation having won seven of the eight last Women’s Worlds. But then there’s the Olympic curse.

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Getting gold medal chills

Veterans and rookies share the Olympic thrills

Fourth time or first time, an Olympic final is always special. With the big game in the women's tournament coming up, Canada blends experience and youth.

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Finns edge OAR for bronze

Tapani sets speed record as Suomi celebrates

Hear those Lionesses roar! The Finns beat the Olympic Athletes from Russia 3-2 in Wednesday's bronze medal game. It's Finland's third Olympic bronze all-time.

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Gold medal round-table

IIHF writers preview Olympic women’s final

A U.S.-Canada women’s gold medal game is always an epic battle. Three of our correspondents in Korea sat down to discuss Thursday’s Olympic final.

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Swiss come fifth

Schelling new SO mark, Japan equals best finish

The Swiss edged Japan 1-0 for fifth place on Tuesday. Goalie Florence Schelling set a new Olympic shutout record with her fifth all-time.

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Swedes sign off with win

Korea battles, but Sweden secures seventh

A comfortable scoreline for Sweden belied the effort Korea put into this game. The host pushed hard for two periods before running out of steam at the close.

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5 alive for Canada

Early strikes seal OAR's fate in 5-0 loss

As expected, Canada exactly matched what the Americans did earlier today, defeating their semi-finals opponent, 5-0.

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U.S. overruns Finns

Cameranesi scores twice as Americans go for gold

The U.S. grabbed a 2-0 first-period lead and never looked back in a 5-0 semi-final win over Finland on Monday to advance to the 2018 Olympic gold medal game.

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From PyeongChang to Beijing

News from the women’s hockey press conference

Korea's unified hockey team has won many hearts in PyeongChang - and now there are hopes that it could continue to compete in international competition.

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Canada on high

Team playing flawless hockey—here’s why

Canada’s women aren’t just doing one thing well; they’re doing everything well. That’s why they’re 3-0 and favoured to make it to the gold-medal game.

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Glorious goals

Top-10 scoring plays in 2018 women’s tournament

Since opening day, the world’s top female players have showed off skills that thrill at the 2018 Olympics. Let’s rank the 10 best goals - so far.

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How the Koreas came together

The details behind the ambitious peace project

Reuniting a divided peninsula isn’t easy. Unifying its hockey players to work together on the ice, however, is a great step toward a peaceful direction.

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Underdogs look to bite

FIN and OAR plot surprise for big guns

Conventional wisdom says that the women’s final is destined to pit Canada against the USA once again. But don’t mention that to Finland or OAR.

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Ayaka's OT strike sinks Sweden

An overtime thunderbolt from Ayaka Toko secured Japan its second win of the 2018 Games, making it the most successful in the country's hockey history.

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Swiss win classification, 2-0

Schelling rests as Alder makes senior debut

Switzerland defeated hosts Korea 2-0 to qualify for the fifth-place game to be played on Tuesday. The Koreans will play in the 7th-8th game also that day.

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