2021 IIHF Women's World Championship

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Post-Game Report - CAN 3, USA 2 (Gold)

 

 

Post-Game Report - CAN 4, SUI 0 (SF)

 

 

Post-Game Report - CAN 7, GER 0 (QF)

 

Marie-Philip Poulin scored a dramatic game-winner 7:22 into overtime, giving Canada a 3-2 win over the U.S. and its 11th gold medal at the IIHF Women’s World Championship.
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From volunteers to 50/50, water consumption and COVID-19 tests, take a by-the-numbers look at the women’s worlds.
Keeping a connection
Tessa Bonhomme has moved from on the ice to in front of the camera, helping grow the women’s game with TSN.
When a Team Canada future seemed gone, Claire Thompson turned to school – and earned another shot at the Maple Leaf.
A golden game remembered
Twenty years after it won a seventh-straight world title, Team Canada 2001 reminisced about the road to gold.
Go behind the scenes and follow Team Canada on its two-year journey to the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship.
Hockey may be her first love, but Sarah Nurse also has a passion for creating content on social media for her fans.
The defender talks about playing in her first WWC, her game-day routine and taking inspiration from Tokyo 2020.
With Hungary making its women’s worlds debut, Lisa Haley jumped at the chance to join the journey as head coach.
By the end of August, minor hockey teammates and friends Erin Ambrose and Sean Walker could both be world champs.
Faced with unexpected challenges, Kristen Campbell reached her goal of making Canada’s National Women’s Team.
The Journey: Mélodie Daoust
The Valleyfield, Que., product has made an impact on every step of her path to Canada’s National Women’s Team.
Out of quarantine, on the ice
With quarantine all wrapped up, Team Canada was all smiles as it returned to the ice ahead of the women’s worlds.
The Journey: Victoria Bach
The Milton, Ont., product watched Canada win gold at the 2002 Olympics and knew she wanted to be a hockey player.
Designers get Janes surprise
Paige and Madison will have their masks worn by Team Canada at the women's worlds in Calgary.
The Journey: Maschmeyer
The Bruderheim, Alta., product credits her family, especially her four siblings, with helping her become who she is.
Life in quarantine
With a little help from some famous friends, Team Canada is finding fun ways to fill the days during its isolation.
Seven Canadians – four referees and three linespersons – have been selected to work the women’s worlds.
Eight new faces are among the 25 players who will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship.
Hockey-playing Barbie dolls are hitting the shelves at Tim Hortons, with proceeds helping grow the women’s game.
Check out what’s happening on the ice at the Scotiabank Centre with photos from Team Canada practices.
The 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship is heading to Alberta this August, with Calgary selected as the new host.
Since being introduced to the world of CrossFit, Carolyne Prevost has taken her athletic abilities to the next level.
All-Access: A day in the life
What does an average day look like at selection camp? On and off the ice, check in with Mélodie Daoust from Halifax.
As a young girl, a university athlete and a physician, Dr. Laura Bennion has always had a connection to Canada’s game.
The defenceman opens up about her struggles with anxiety and depression, and being seen as just a hockey player.
Team Canada is going outside the box with leadership coach Judy Riege as it builds its culture on and off the ice.
A few months later than usual, Canada’s best are ready to gather – a big step on the short road to women’s worlds.
Daoust scored again, netting two to lead Canada into the final.
Spooner scored twice to help send Canada into the semifinals.
Rattray scored a pair to help Canada finish perfect atop Group A.
Spooner tipped in a pair of goals to help Canada blank the Swiss.
Five players scored and 13 had points to help Canada down ROC.
Fillier scored the GWG to give Canada a back-and-forth win.
Clark had the game-winner to help Canada edge the Finns.
Cooper scored the winner in the third to give the dev team the win.
Daoust scored a hat trick to lead Team Canada to a big win.
Daoust got the GWG and Campbell made 28 saves to help Red to the win.
White scored four times in the second period to win the camp opener.
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2021 WWC: CAN 3 – USA 2 OT (Gold Medal)
Poulin scored the OT winner to give Canada its 11th world title.
2021 WWC: CAN 4 – SUI 0 (Semifinal)
Daoust scored again, netting two to lead Canada into the gold medal game.
2021 WWC: CAN 7 – GER 0 (Quarterfinal)
Spooner scored twice to help send Canada into the semifinals.
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