2018 Winter Olympics
It seems like a consolation prize, but even being in the medal round was an achievement for this rag-tag team.
A refresher on the schedule and format of the elimination rounds.
Single elimination is always exciting, but Olympic single elimination is the most stress on ice there is.
Noora Räty ties Florence Schelling with 10 Olympic wins.
There were upsets in the qualification games, but the USA moved on easily.
Sweden overwhelms Korea and Evelina Raselli is the hero for the Swiss.
Noora Räty isn’t enough to save Finland from Team USA’s offense, and Canada’s offense is far too much for Russia.
The preliminary round left Canada with a bye to the quarterfinals and the USA with a very hard road.
Korea impressed but couldn’t score, and Ayaka Toko may have just earned herself a place in Japanese women’s hockey history.
Anna Shokhina had four points as Russia’s offense finally showed up, and Finland simply outclassed Sweden start to finish.
Geneviève Lacasse holds strong in her Olympic debut, and Finland’s power play proves to be Russia’s undoing.
Alina Müller has another multi-point game, and both Japan and Korea make Olympic history.
When and how to watch, and who you’ll be seeing at this year’s Olympics.
First Olympic goal for Saulnier, ninth for Välilä, and Jocelyne Lamoureux sets an Olympic record.
The Swiss were thoroughly outshot but penalties and Sara Benz were Japan’s undoing, and an improved performance by Korea is not enough to score on Sweden
Finland was up early but couldn’t hang to the lead, and Russia’s good goaltending is not enough to save them from Rebecca Johnston.
Team Japan shows they mean business in their first game, and Alina Müller’s four goals lead Switzerland to an easy win
Baseball Annie and Nafio join us to preview the Olympics
No Yegor Korshkov, but there is an ex-Leaf in the mix.
Will he make the final cut?
Who is in and who is out will be the latest cause of friction between the IOC and the Russian sports authorities as a men’s hockey team should be announced soon.
We revisit a cautionary tale on assuming KHL success will cross the Atlantic with ease.
The gap between Rasmus Dahlin and Staffan Kronwell is vast in many ways, but they’re both on the Olympic roster.
Don’t count out this scrappy bunch of players, they all want to win.