The ways in which these Gold Medal meetings between Canada and Team USA can manage to differ from each other in terms of intensity and excitement always seems to be a challenge, but these two bitter rivals always manage to find a way to make it work.
For the 2017 World Championships, it was yet another overtime tilt, but this time it was the heroics of star forward Hilary Knight, on home ice, providing the drama in the form of the winning goal, giving the Americans their eighth World title, and allowing them to retain the International Hockey Lineal Championship. Continue reading →
The Cinderella run of the German squad came to an abrupt halt at the hands of Team USA, handing the Träger der Adler an 11-0 spanking in the 2017 World Championship Semifinal, punching a ticket to the Gold Medal Game and retaining the International Hockey Lineal Championship. Continue reading →
Team USA unsurprisingly swept the Group Round at the 2017 World Championships, but were forced to sweat a little before clinching a 5-3 victory over Finland, ensuring they retain the International Hockey Lineal Championship en route to the Semifinals. Continue reading →
Team USA, fresh off a tight victory over Canada to start the 2017 World Championships, flexed their offensive muscle against a hapless Russian squad, stamping a 7-0 thumping to improve to 2-0 and retain the International Hockey Lineal Championship.
The U.S. women’s hockey team showed no signs of rust after their highly-publicized holdout against USA Hockey, opening the 2017 World Championships on home ice with a tight 2-0 victory over Canada to win the International Hockey Lineal Championship. Continue reading →
In a good news story after weeks of bad blood between the U.S. Women’s National Team and USA Hockey, a new four year agreement has been agreed upon by both parties, ensuring that the U.S. team will suit up for the Women’s World Championships, which begin in just three days time in Plymouth, Michigan. Continue reading →
A cloud of uncertainty and tension hangs over Plymouth, Michigan this week, with the biggest story leading up to the 2017 Women’s World Championships being told off the ice, as to whether Team USA will end up attending, or continue their boycott against USA Hockey over unequal treatment. Continue reading →