🇨🇦 Melody Davidson Leaves Hockey Canada After 26 Years

Melody Davidson, the Canadian management official who has helped to revolutionize women’s hockey and turn Canada into the international juggernaut they are, announced she will be leaving Hockey Canada, an organization she has been with since 1994.
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Hockey Hall Of Fame Announces Class Of 2019

The Hockey Hall Of Fame today announced the newest members that will join as the Class of 2019 on 15 November, with the most decorated women’s player in history, the first Iron Curtain star to defect to the west, and a pair of multiple Stanley Cup champions, who between them hold a number of International Hockey Lineal Championships, all to join the ranks of the Hall in Toronto.
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🇨🇦 Hayley Wickenheiser Retires After Illustrious 23 Year Career

The most decorated player in women’s hockey history today announced her retirement from professional hockey, with Hayley Wickenheiser stepping down from the CWHL’s Calgary Inferno and Team Canada, which she joined in 1994 at the age of 15.
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HHOF Inducts Five International Legends To Class Of 2015

The Hockey Hall Of Fame tonight inducted their 2015 Class, inducting five world-class players to their ranks with a number of tremendous international achievements.
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🇨🇦 Hefford, Apps & Ward All Retire From Canadian Women’s National Team

A trio of star players for the Canadian women’s team announced today they are all retiring, with forwards Jayna Hefford and Gillian Apps, along with defender Catherine Ward, hanging up their skates for the 2015-16 season.
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Hockey Hall Of Fame Announces 2015 Class

The Hockey Hall Of Fame today announced the newest members that will join as the Class of 2015 in November, another diverse group who are legends in their own right not just professionally, but internationally as well. Nicklas Lidström, Chris Pronger, Sergei Fyodorov, Phil Housley and Angela Ruggiero have combined for over a dozen Olympic, World Championship and World Cup championships between them, in addition to all having held the International Hockey Lineal Championship on many occasions.
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🇨🇦 Caroline Ouellette Retires From Canadian National Team

After making the Canadian roster for the 2015 World Championships only by virtue of an injury to Haley Irwin, decorated Olympian and World Champion Caroline Ouellette played her final game for Canada in their 7-5 Gold Medal loss to the United States, after confirming prior to the tournament that these World Championships would be her last time putting on the red and white.
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IHLC Results – 🇨🇦 Canada 3-2 United States 🇺🇸 (SO) – 05 Dec 1999

🇨🇦 Canada 3-2 United States 🇺🇸 (SO)
Three Nations Cup Gold Medal Game
Aréna Maurice-Richard, Montréal 🇨🇦
Sunday, 05 December 1999

1st Period
01:31 – 🇺🇸 PEN – Hanson
01:37 – 🇨🇦 PP GOAL – Brisson (Drolet, Shewchuk)
09:00 – 🇨🇦 PEN – Pounder
10:57 – 🇺🇸 PP GOAL – Bye (Mleczko, King)
15:01 – 🇺🇸 PEN – King
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IHLC Results – 🇨🇦 Canada 4-1 Finland 🇫🇮 – 04 Dec 1999

🇨🇦 Canada 4-1 Finland 🇫🇮
Three Nations Cup Group Round
Aréna Maurice-Richard, Montréal 🇨🇦
Saturday, 04 December 1999

1st Period
02:32 – 🇫🇮 PEN – Lipsonen
07:17 – 🇨🇦 PEN – Goyette
14:48 – 🇫🇮 PEN – Luomajoki
16:42 – 🇫🇮 PEN – Hänninen
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IHLC Results – 🇨🇦 Canada 5-4 United States 🇺🇸 (OT) – 02 Dec 1999

🇨🇦 Canada 5-4 United States 🇺🇸 (OT)
Three Nations Cup Group Round
Aréna Maurice-Richard, Montréal 🇨🇦
Thursday, 02 December 1999

1st Period
03:55 – 🇺🇸 GOAL – O’Sullivan
04:27 – 🇨🇦 PEN – Hefford
07:21 – 🇨🇦 GOAL – Wickenheiser (Kellar)
14:19 – 🇨🇦 GOAL – Wickenheiser (Brisson)
16:18 – 🇨🇦 PEN – Goyette
19:05 – 🇺🇸 GOAL – Luongo
19:42 – 🇨🇦 PEN – Goyette
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