Poulin named MVP
Four Canadians on all-star team
U.S. reclaims gold
3-2 win sweet revenge for 2012 loss
Russians take bronze
Shibanova scores winner in 2-0 win
- Rider’s legacy on display If ever the Hockey Hall of Fame decides to induct a woman into the Builder’s category, there is one name above all others to consider—Fran Rider.
- CAN 1990: Sue Scherer Although Sue Scherer was 33 years old when she captained Canada’s team at the inaugural Women’s World Championship in Ottawa some 23 years ago, she had spent much of her life in hockey and sport.
- Canada-USA for gold Canada broke open a close game with five goals in the second period en route to an 8-1 win over Russia. Canada will now face the U.S. for gold while the Russians and Finns will play for bronze.
- Backlin to play at UMD Lina Backlin was just 15 years old when she played in her first Women’s World under-18 tournament in 2010.
- Americans off to finals Hilary Knight broke a scoreless tie at 13:55 of the third period to send the U.S. on their way to a 3-0 win over Finland. The win puts the USA in the gold-medal game and the Finns in the bronze game.
- Order of Hockey ceremony Stephen Harper, Canada’s hockey loving prime minister, welcomed Hockey Canada dignitaries and guests to Parliament Hill for the second annual Order of Hockey in Canada ceremony.
- Sweden up, Czechs down Sara Grahn stopped 19 shots, and Sweden got goals from four players to defeat the Czech Republic 4-0 in a relegation-round game today.
- Pashkevich’s comeback “I’m one of the originals!” Yekaterina Pashkevich says with a proud smile, noting she was with the first ever Russian women’s hockey team in 1993.
- USA 1990: Cindy Curley 08.04.2013 Curley cued goals, assists, points, records
- 2013 WW Officials 07.04.2013 From all walks of life comes the cream of the crop
- SWE 1990: Christian Yngve 07.04.2013 Longtime coach devoted to women’s game
- Swedes scramble to 2-1 win 07.04.2013 Czechs look good but fall in shootout
- Russians off to semis 07.04.2013 Perfect record continues with 2-1 win vs. SUI
- Finland off to semis 06.04.2013 Raisanen shuts out Germany, 1-0
- 10 playoff stories 06.04.2013 What to look for in final days of WW
- Player and coach 06.04.2013 Maritta Becker does it all for Germany
- FIN 1990: Anne Haanpaa 06.04.2013 Trailblazing captain later refereed WW
- Canada finishes first 06.04.2013 Finland loses 8-0 before record crowd
- Sweden forced to relegation 06.04.2013 Russia wins, 4-0, finishes 1st in Group B
- Americans dominate 05.04.2013 Schelling prevented blowout in 5-0 Swiss loss
- Germany powers to 6-3 win 05.04.2013 Czechs headed to relegation round
- Que sera Sarah 05.04.2013 Erickson’s road to WW took five years
- Tarvainen returns 05.04.2013 Five-year absence rejuvenated Finn
- SUI 1990: Monika Leuenberger 05.04.2013 19 years with team – and loving every minute
- Governor General loves hockey 04.04.2013 Patron David Johnston a natural
- FRG 1990: Maren Valenti 04.04.2013 Youngest ever now battles MS – and won’t give up
- Sweden ekes out win 04.04.2013 Winberg scores in OT to beat Germany, 3-2
- Canada rolls along 04.04.2013 Swiss overwhelmed to the tune of 13-0
- Americans bounce back 03.04.2013 Four-goal first seals 4-2 win over tough Finland
- Russia improves to 2-0 03.04.2013 Goalie Prugova shines in 3-1 win vs. Czechs
- GGs love hockey, sports 03.04.2013 Canada has a long history establishing trophies
- Is Julie Chu... 03.04.2013 The most interesting woman in hockey?
- “C”hanges with La Suisse 03.04.2013 Lehmann retires, Julia Marty captain
- Czechs stun Swedes, 3-2 03.04.2013 Goalie Martin’s injury leaves Swedes vulnerable
- Canada beats U.S. 3-2 in SO 03.04.2013 Wakefield gets winner, Wickenheiser leaves early
- Finland avenges 2012 defeat 02.04.2013 Swiss overpowered in 2-1 loss
- Russia wins opener, 4-0 02.04.2013 Alexandrova blocks all 14 German shots
- Norway 1990: Kari Berg 02.04.2013 Goalie now coach with two kids
- Habemus femininus hockeum 02.04.2013 Women’s Worlds returns to Ottawa after 23 years
- Who will get to 500 first? 02.04.2013 Canada and United States close to milestone goal
- Japan 1990: Tamae Satsu 02.04.2013 All-star goalie now interior designer in Seattle
- Have Czechs found home? 01.04.2013 Teen-laden line-up carries country’s hopes in Ottawa
- U.S. roster announced 31.03.2013 11 NCAA & CWHL champions make the cut
- Ottawa set for record WW 28.03.2013 23 years later, women’s hockey has changed
- Zorn makes history 28.03.2013 Germany’s best young goalie became team’s top scorer
- The many hats of Hayley 28.03.2013 Wickenheiser a mentor, ambassador, but still a player first
- Soldiers to Ottawa 26.03.2013 Women’s Worlds and Sochi on horizon for Germans
- Erasing Burlington memory 26.03.2013 USA eyes bitter loss revenge in Canada’s capital
- Yashin leads Russia’s women 26.03.2013 Former NHL star, World Champion brings wide experience
- Canada names roster 26.03.2013 23 hopefuls named for Women’s Worlds in Ottawa
- “The NHL of women’s hockey” 26.03.2013 NCAA takes vital role in development of female players
- Governor General supports WW 26.03.2013 David and Sharon Johnston named patrons
Canada - USA (gold)
Canada beat the U.S. in Vermont last year to win gold, and the Americans have returned the favour, scoring the only goal of the third period to win back the title with a thrilling 3-2 win.
Russia - Finland (bronze)
Anna Shibanova's power-play goal early in the third period broke a scoreless tie and sent Russia to a 2-0 win over Finland to take the bronze medal at the 2013 Women's World Championship.
Canada - Russia (SF)
Canada broke open a close game with five goals in the second period en route to an 8-1 win over Russia. Canada will now face the U.S. for gold while the Russians and Finns will play for bronze.
USA - Finland (SF)
Hilary Knight broke a scoreless tie at 13:55 of the third period to send the U.S. on their way to a 3-0 win over Finland. The win puts the USA in the gold-medal game and the Finns in the bronze game.
Canada - Finland
Canada scored three goals in the final six minutes of the first period en route to a 8-0 win and first place in Group A. Canada finishes with a 2-1-0-0 record while the Finns are 1-0-1-2.
Sweden - Russia
Russia got goals from four players en route to a shocking 4-0 win over Sweden that puts the former in the quarter-finals and the latter in the relegation round.
United States - Switzerland
If Switzerland's Florence Shelling isn't the best women's goalie in the world right now, who is? She made more bona fide, highlight-reel saves in this one game today, a 5-0 loss to the United States, than any other goalie will make this entire tournament.
Czech Rep. - Germany
The Germans had something to prove on the final day of round robin play at the Nepean Sportsplex on Friday, and they did exactly that, earning a decisive 6-3 win over the Czech Republic.
Switzerland - Canada
Team Canada followed its emotional 3-2 shootout win 24 hours ago against the U.S. with a dominating 13-0 win over Switzerland. Marie-Philip Poulin had a record-tying four goals and added an assist.