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- Canadian will, U.S. skill Go by the numbers, and it’s hard not to conclude that the United States has been the best team at the 2015 IIHF World Women’s Championship.
- It's Canada and U.S. for gold! Canada overcame Finnish goalie Meeri Raisanen's heroics, earning a 3-0 semi-final victory on Friday to advance to the gold medal game versus the United States.
- Japan stays, Germany goes Kanae Aoki’s power play goal at 2:32 of overtime gave Japan a 2-1 victory over Germany and a berth at the 2016 IIHF World Women’s Championship.
- U.S. going for gold Brianna Decker and Hilary Knight combined for six first-period points to spark the U.S., the defending World Champions, to a 13-1 semi-final pounding of Russia.
- WW Top 25 Stories: #2 17 February 2006. The odds were so long on anything out of the ordinary happening in Turin.
- WW Top 25 Stories: #3 17 February 1998. In the first four Women’s World Championships, Canada and the United States were the dominant countries.
- Miracles or no miracles? When you think of Hollywood movies about sports confrontations between Americans and Russians, the first one that comes to mind is likely Miracle.