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Weekend Roundup: Two-time world champ leads Team Canada's winning ways

An Olympic champion reigns again and a World Cup rookie builds on the super start to her season.

Those are the quick headlines of what happened with Team Canada this weekend. 374 more words

Episode 4 - Power Play: How Feminism is Changing Hockey

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Changing On The Fly is going live!

On this episode, we’ll hear a round-table discussion called “Power Play: How Women Can Change Sports Journalism and Hockey”. 140 more words

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USA keeps on rolling with Four Nations Cup win over Canada

Another summit meeting, this one in Saskatoon, ended with a fast fall down a well-traveled mountain.

Hockey’s twin power-houses, Canada and the United States, skated into a decisive finish in their Four Nations Cup women’s finale Saturday night, with the visitors from down south handing their northern hosts a 5-2 loss. 786 more words

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Canadian goaltender Shannon Szabados takes NWHL commute in stride

Shannon Szabados is getting to know every kilometre of the I-90 on Lake Erie’s south side.

The veteran goaltender for the Canadian women’s team makes a 700-kilometre round trip on the interstate from Lorain, Ohio, to Buffalo, N.Y., twice a week to play and practise with the NWHL’s Buffalo Beauts. 711 more words

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4 Nations Cup: Body-checking, for now, a moot point in the women's game

Team Canada power forward Natalie Spooner smiles and chuckles about the thought of full body contact in women’s hockey, if it ever were to be allowed. 815 more words

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Brodt lifts U.S. women past Canada at Four Nations Cup in Saskatoon

The U.S. women’s hockey team took advantage of Canada’s sluggish start and a fortuitous goal by Sydney Brodt for a 2-1 win Wednesday at the… 652 more words

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Canadian women's hockey team downs Sweden 6-1 at Four Nations Cup

Sarah Fillier not only scored a goal in her debut for the Canadian women’s hockey team Tuesday, but became the first place born in the year 2000 to do so. 631 more words

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