2018 Olympic Winter Games (Women)

2018 Olympic Winter Games (Women)
The medal round begins Monday for Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team, facing the Olympic Athletes from Russia in the semis. Watch it live on CBC at 7:10 a.m. ET/4:10 a.m. PT.
Six months of rigorous training brought Team Canada together for the last leg of its season-long journey: PyeongChang!
Jerseys worn by Canada’s men’s and women’s Olympic teams in Korea will be up for auction at eBay.ca from Feb. 17-22.
Feb. 18: Eric Lindros was the hero in Round 6, sending Canada to the semis with a win in the first Olympic shootout.
What is it about Marie-Philip Poulin that makes her the right player to wear the 'C' in Korea? Her teammates explain.
The team has finally been chosen. Join Natalie Spooner, Shannon Szabados and Rebecca Johnston on their journey.
Despite the setbacks, including losing almost a full season to injury, Rebecca Johnston is ready for her third Olympics.
Natalie Spooner spent four years pushing her limits. She returns for her second Olympics stronger, faster and better.
On her way to a third Olympics, Shannon Szabados has spent four years overcoming obstacles to play in a men’s pro league.
Twenty-five years after he led Canada to WJC gold, Perry Pearn has joined Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team as an assistant.
The two-time gold medallist will head a leadership group that includes alternate captains Agosta, Jenner and Larocque.
14 gold medallists from Sochi 2014 join nine first-time Olympians on the roster nominated to the COC for PyeongChang.
After the reveal of the jerseys for the Olympics and Paralympics, take a behind-the-fabric look at the whats and whys.
The quest for Olympic gold begins Feb. 11 against Russia; Canada will also face the Americans and Finns in prelim play.
Canada is one year away from going a fifth-straight Olympic gold. How does it match up against its first three opponents?
Laura Schuler, who won silver as a player in 1998, will lead Canada’s quest for a fourth straight gold at PyeongChang 2018.
Lacasse stopped 44 of 45, backstopping Canada to a perfect prelims.
Agosta and Daoust finished with 1G 1A each to keep Canada perfect.
Johnston and Daoust had two goals apiece in an Olympic-opening win.
Turnbull, Spooner and Lacquette had 2G each in a pre-Olympic victory.
2018 OLY: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Preliminary)
Geneviève Lacasse made 44 saves, backstopping Canada to a win over the U.S. and first in Group A.
2018 OLY: CAN 4 – FIN 1 (Preliminary)
Meghan Agosta and Mélodie Daoust had a goal and an assist apiece, and Canada made it two-for-two.
2018 OLY: CAN 5 – OAR 0 (Preliminary)
Rebecca Johnston and Mélodie Daoust had two goals each, sending Canada to an Olympic-opening win.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 4 – ROY 1 (League)
Daoust had 2G 1A to help Canada to the win in the Esso Series finale.
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