Knight named MVP
Three U.S. gold medalists crack all-star team
Published 04.04.2015 19:37 GMT+2 | Author
The IIHF announced its 2015 World Women's Championship media all-star team, as well as its Most Valuable Player (MVP) and tournament directorate awards.
Living the American dream
Decker gets golden goal as U.S. outlasts Canada
Published 04.04.2015 20:43 GMT+2 | Author
Brianna Decker scored the third-period winner as the U.S. beat Canada 7-5 in a wild World Women's gold medal game that saw both starting goalies pulled.
Finns finish off Russia
Karvinen's three points lead Finland to bronze
Published 04.04.2015 18:45 GMT+2 | Author
Finland ended a four-year IIHF women’s medal drought on Saturday, downing Russia 4-1 in the World Women’s Championship bronze medal game.
- WW Top 25 Stories: #1 20 February 2014. Team USA had put itself in a superb position to win gold in Sochi. It had won gold in four of the last five Women’s Worlds.
- 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.
- Russia makes semis vs. U.S. 01.04.2015 Super Sosina slays host Swedes
- Yoneyama wields the hammer 01.04.2015 Sudden-death win puts Japan up 1-0 over Germans
- Finns oust Switzerland 01.04.2015 Karvinen pots winner, Schelling can't save Swiss
- WW Top 25 Stories: #4 01.04.2015 Switzerland comeback earns historic medal
- Eye on the record book 01.04.2015 Rantamaki, Schelling set new marks
- Blowouts on the decline 01.04.2015 Scores getting tighter at Women’s Worlds
- Borgqvist buries Germany 31.03.2015 It’s Finland-Switzerland, Russia-Sweden in QF
- Canada takes down Finns 31.03.2015 Spooner pots pair in 6-2 triumph
- Swiss back in quarters 31.03.2015 Surprising Japanese lose first game
- Hats off to Lamoureux! 31.03.2015 U.S. stays perfect with romp over Russia
- WW Top 25 Stories: #5 31.03.2015 First women inducted into IIHF Hall of Fame
- WW Top 25 Stories: #6 30.03.2015 Women’s hockey becomes an Olympic event
- Grahm nails it for Sweden 30.03.2015 Top goal-scorer is thriving, not just surviving
- Knight in shining armor 29.03.2015 U.S. outshoots Finns 53-12 in win
- Canada rolls over Russia 29.03.2015 Four different scorers, Desbiens posts shutout
- Japanese blank Germany 29.03.2015 Believe it: Japan could make the QF!
- Sweden bounces back 29.03.2015 Grahm stays red-hot in victory over Swiss
- WW Top 25 Stories: #7 29.03.2015 Rider organizes an international tournament
- Shoot to thrill 29.03.2015 Will this tourney see most shootouts ever?
- Tuominen the heroine 28.03.2015 Finns win despite two disallowed goals
- U.S. powers past Canada 28.03.2015 American PP clicks thrice in Sochi rematch
- It's a Marty party! 28.03.2015 Swiss twins light it up in win over Germany
- Shocking stumble for Sweden 28.03.2015 Japan upsets hosts, Grahm's hat trick wasted
- Women get ready for battle 28.03.2015 Story lines aplenty as 25th anniversary approaches
- Swede dreams 27.03.2015 Hirano key in familiar surroundings
- WW Top 25 Stories: #8 27.03.2015 15-year-old Wickenheiser makes her debut
- WW Top 25 Stories: #9 27.03.2015 USA finally wins WW gold
- Strong is beautiful 27.03.2015 Knight brings full package to Malmo and hockey
- WW Top 25 Stories: #10 26.03.2015 Lightning strikes for Manon of the crease
- 15 bronze medallists return 26.03.2015 Switzerland names roster for Women’s Worlds
- WW Top 25 Stories: #11 25.03.2015 15-year-old Martin leads Sweden to bronze
- Campbell & kids ready for action 25.03.2015 Canada adopts “in with the new” policy
- WW Top 25 Stories: #12 24.03.2015 Angela James cut prior to Nagano
- Finland without Raty 24.03.2015 Number-one goalie out due to health reasons
- WW Top 25 Stories: #13 23.03.2015 Amanda Kessel misses 2014/15 with concussion
- Minnesota wins NCAA title 23.03.2015 Carpenter takes home Kazmaier
- WW Top 25 Stories: #14 20.03.2015 IIHF removes body-checking from women’s hockey
- The world is theirs 20.03.2015 Sweden players join Moin on theme song
- WW Top 25 Stories: #15 20.03.2015 Jenni Hiirikoski becomes first Euro two-timer
- WW Top 25 Stories: #16 20.03.2015 Former NHLer Yashin leads Russian women to bronze
- WW Top 25 Stories: #17 19.03.2015 Cammi Granato cut before Turin
- Canada adds Ouellette 19.03.2015 Irwin to miss Women’s Worlds
- WW Top 25 Stories: #18 18.03.2015 Visitors win twice in North American finals
- WW Top 25 Stories: #19 17.03.2015 IIHF makes Women’s Worlds official for 1990
- WW Top 25 Stories: #20 16.03.2015 Rogge issues challenge to women’s hockey
- Sweden, Finland name rosters 16.03.2015 12 days to go until Women’s Worlds in Malmo
- Hunt for PyeongChang is on 16.03.2015 IIHF releases Pre-Championship Reports
- WW Top 25 Stories: #21 13.03.2015 IIHF goes to all-women officials
- WW Top 25 Stories: #22 13.03.2015 Shannon Miller recruits Euros for NCAA
- WW Top 25 Stories: #23 13.03.2015 IIHF introduces junior event for women
- Canada names final roster 13.03.2015 Olympic champion with new faces to Malmo
- WW Top 25 Stories: #24 12.03.2015 Zorn a goalie and skater both
- 26 players for Germany 12.03.2015 Women’s national team camp starts Monday
- WW Top 25 Stories: #25 11.03.2015 Russia-Switzerland a dandy display in 2011
- Women celebrate 25 years 11.03.2015 IIHF.com presents top-25 stories of all time
- Chekanov names candidates 10.03.2015 30 players to join Russian women’s team’s camp
- Boston takes Clarkson Cup 08.03.2015 Austrian Weber the hero in OT vs. Montreal
- Winberg is all in 27.02.2015 Three-time Olympian hopes for home-ice success
- SKIF best club team 24.02.2015 EWCC remains in Russian hand
- Wick’ed loss 19.02.2015 Canadian women will miss all-time leading scorer
- American women re-launch 19.02.2015 New “quad” means new players, new ambitions
- Women’s Worlds host in shape 10.02.2015 Sweden’s Damkronorna wins, Raty returns
- Hiirikoski stays hopeful 28.11.2014 Finnish captain set to lead the way in Malmo 2015
- Japan earns spot in Malmo 11.11.2014 Fujimoto, Nakamura score, send Czechs down
- These women want more 10.11.2014 Knight & Schleper skate with NHLers
- Canada wins 4 Nations Cup 10.11.2014 Worldwide highlights as women’s hockey heats up
- Czechs force Game 3 09.11.2014 Polenska, Krizova score in tight contest
- Japan takes opener 08.11.2014 Terashima, Koike score in Qualification
- Growing interest 05.11.2014 Malmo pushes girls‘ hockey ahead of Worlds
- Coast to coast 28.10.2014 Sweden's big two cities step up efforts
- Building on Olympic momentum 24.10.2014 Only female pro league seeks spotlight
- 19 officials named 22.10.2014 First Women’s Worlds in “four-man system”
- Canada names candidates 19.09.2014 Women’s national team prepares, Bonhomme retires
- Swiss women honoured 15.09.2014 National Hockey Award for Sochi heroes
- To Kamloops in 2016 10.09.2014 Event in British Columbia for first time in 2016
- Duggan plays and coaches 05.09.2014 Team USA captain hired by Clarkson University
- Showdown in Yokohama 06.08.2014 Japan, Czechs aim for Women’s Worlds in Malmo
- Derby opens Women’s Worlds 04.08.2014 Host Sweden to start vs. qualifier in Malmo
- Malmo welcomes women 04.08.2014 World-class hockey back in southern Sweden
- Hinterstocker promoted 04.08.2014 New coach of German women’s national team
- New coach for Canada 04.08.2014 Doug Derraugh takes over
- Boork takes over 04.08.2014 New coaches for Sweden, Finland
- Crameri to lead Switzerland 04.08.2014 New coach for Sochi’s bronze medallists
- Promotion format defined 04.08.2014 Qualification series to be played for Malmö