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March 18, 2016

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  • World Hockey Championship: Espoo, Finland, March 8-14


    Satisfaction for women's team

    By RYAN PYETTE -- Calgary Sun
      Hayley Wickenheiser ... passes over to Danielle Goyette ... she shoots, she scores! Two-one, Canada.
     And with that phrase uttered 25 seconds into the second period of the world championship final Sunday at Espoo, Finland, the Canadian women's hockey team captured their fifth straight title.
  • Mar. 16: Full story

    Canada gets revenge

    By NEIL STEVENS -- Canadian Press
     ESPOO, Finland -- Nuts to Nagano.
     The Canadian women's hockey team is celebrating today and putting its 1998 Olympic loss to the United States behind them after a 3-1 win over the Americans on Sunday for another world championship.
     Make that five in a row and a perfect 25-0 record in world tournaments.
  • Mar. 14: Full story and summary

    Veteran forward St-Louis retires in style

     ESPOO, Finland (CP) -- As much as Canada's fifth straight women's world hockey triumph was to atone for losing to the United States at the 1998 Olympics, it was also redemption for France St-Louis.
     The 40-year-old forward from St-Hubert, Que., was able to retire as a winner Sunday after Canada beat the Americans 3-1 in the championship game to regain No. 1 status and stretch its incredible undefeated streak in tournament history to 25-0.
  • Mar. 14: Full story

    Canada destroys Sweden

    By NEIL STEVENS -- Canadian Press
     ESPOO, Finland -- Canada is in the final again, but it will have to play better than it did in a 4-1 semifinal win over Sweden today to retain the world women's hockey title.
     Coach Daniele Sauvageau's team will face the winner of the USA-Finland semifinal for the championship Sunday (11 a.m. EST, TSN).
  • Mar. 12: Full story

    Canadian women await Sweden

    By NEIL STEVENS -- Canadian Press
     ESPOO, Finland (CP) -- Fiona Smith has been itching to get into a women's world hockey championship game this week, and she finally gets her chance in Canada's semifinal against Sweden on Saturday morning at 7 am.
  • Mar. 12: Full story

    Sweden better but Russia big disappointment

    By NEIL STEVENS -- Canadian Press
     ESPOO, Finland -- Canada, the United States and Finland remain the women's world hockey powers.
     The round-robin portion of the world championship tournament also proved that the Swedes are better, but the Chinese, Swiss, Germans and Russians remain way behind.
  • Mar. 12: Full story

    More Women's World Championship Headlines


  • Mar. 11: Canada shuts down Finland
  • Mar. 10: Coach must decide on goalie
  • Mar. 9: Canada crushes Germany
  • Mar. 8: Canada trounces Switzerland
  • Mar. 7: Canada opens with Switzerland
  • Mar. 8: United States, Canada win big

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