The Germans have made an impressive splash here in Plymouth, but in tonight’s semi-finals they weren’t up to the task of competing with the reigning champions.
The final score of 11-0 was suitable representation of what transpired tonight. Kendall Coyne had two goals and an assist for the U.S., while four teammates had a goal and two assists and Brianna Decker and Amanda Kessel each had three assists. Continue reading →
The Americans may have been a few practises shy of being fully game ready, but they showed no signs of rust, and their rivalry with Canada was just the ticket.
Nicole Hensley stopped all 18 shots from Canada in only her second career start in World Women’s Championship play, backstopping the host United States to a huge 2-0 win over Canada to start the tournament for both countries. 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 →
In a shocking development less than a month before the 2017 Women’s World Championship in Plymouth, Michigan, the U.S. women’s national team today announced, in solidarity, that they will sit out the Worlds in protest of a lack of support from USA Hockey, the culmination of a year’s worth of legal proceedings with the American hockey body. Continue reading →
Unlike 2015, which was “the year of Team USA” in women’s hockey, there was a little more parity in the later months of 2016, with Canada finally striking multiple blows to Team USA’s dominance, ultimately ending the calendar year with the International Hockey Lineal Championship. Continue reading →
The schedule for the 2017 IIHF Women’s World Championship was today announced for the tournament taking place in Plymouth, Michigan, USA, once again with opening night ending once again with a rematch of Canada vs. USA, for a likely preview of the Gold Medal Game. Continue reading →