2014 Olympic Winter Games (Women)

2014 Olympic Winter Games (Women)
Ever wonder how an Olympian prepares for their biggest moments? Two-time gold medallist Cheryl Pounder is sharing her memories with HockeyCa...
They may be young - average age: 22.7 years old - but six members of Canada's National Women's Team have more than enough international expe...
Behind the bench or in front of the camera, Carla MacLeod, Jennifer Botterill and Cassie Campbell-Pascall are finding ways to continue to gr...
Marie-Philip Poulin tied it with 55 seconds left in regulation and scored again 8:10 into overtime as Canada’s National Women’s Team won its...
From boot camp to the Olympic Winter Games, from Dawson Creek, B.C., to Sochi, Russia, Hayley Wickenheiser has seen it and done it all in 20...
Today, they're Canada's gold medal game goaltenders in Sochi. But 12 years ago, as teenagers, Carey Price and Shannon Szabados shared the Tr...
For rookie forward Mélodie Daoust, “be the best you can be” is such an important personal philosophy, the initials “BTBYCB” are inked perman...
Canada's National Women's Team started the 2013-14 season at the Okanagan Hockey Academy and its final Olympic preparations will come there ...
Looking for information on Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team? How many previous Olympic gold medals? How many all-time wins? How many combined p...
She didn't make it to the Olympic Winter Games as a player, but Mélanie Bordeleau has earned her way to Sochi and is on the ice in Russia as...
Natalie Spooner scored twice in the first, Hayley Wickenheiser assisted both, and Mélodie Daoust recorded her first Olympic goal to lead Canada to a semifinal victory over the Swiss – and a berth in the gold medal game.
Meghan Agosta-Marciano had two goals and an assist on her birthday, Hayley Wickenheiser added two points, and Charline Labonté made 25 saves to help Canada edge its American rivals in preliminary round action in Sochi.
Meghan Agosta-Marciano, Jayna Hefford and Rebecca Johnston scored third period goals, while Shannon Szabados made 14 saves for the shutout Monday, as Canada blanked Finland for at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
Hayley Wickenheiser scored shorthanded, Rebecca Johnston chipped in with a goal and two assists and Charline Labonté needed to make just 14 saves for the shutout as Canada opened its Olympic schedule by blanking Switzerland.

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2014 Celebrity Classic Golf Day
Alumni gathered for the annual fund-raising tournament.
2014 Celebrity Classic Gala
Hockey Canada’s 2014 gold medallists received their championship rings.
2014 OLY: Gold medal front pages (W)
Newspaper cover pages from Feb. 21, the day after Canada won gold in Sochi.
2014 OLY: CAN 3 – USA 2 (OT)
Marie-Philip Poulin scored the overtime winner as Canada won Olympic gold.
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