Canada beats US, remains unbeaten in ice hockey in Beijing

This is not for anyone.

in the fourth game Canada in the women’s Olympic ice hockey tournament, a repeat of the five Olympic finals, against the United States. This is one of the great rivalries in the sport of two great nations where the modality is quite popular.

READ: Great Winter Olympic Rivalry – Canada vs USA – Women’s Ice Hockey

convincing victory by 4 a 2 which makes Canada unbeaten in the competition. With 5 goals conceded in four games, America is the first to score two goals in a match against Canada.

It took a lot of time to snatch the Olympic title from them Beijing 2022.

The loss in the PyeongChang 2018 final to the United States is likely to choke Canadians. When the neighbor to the south flirts with the marker, there isn’t even time to enjoy the moment. The answer was quick, perfect, one that didn’t let the neighbors to the south even enjoy the advantage at the marker.

That’s the game, with Canada far superior in possession and control of the puck and in offensive action. Solid on defence, America has plenty of work to do against Canada. In contrast to its rivals, the North American team has so far conceded the fewest goals from the team that is the strongest candidate for the Olympic title in the women’s competition.


The first period went as expected, with both teams learning from each other patiently. If the opportunity arose, they would take it. There are several and Canada knows how to take advantage of them, with the sole purpose of Brianne Jennerwhich opened the scoring at 14:10 first half – which ended 1-0.

The second half was very different, busy and with lots of goals.

It can be divided into two moments. In the first twelve minutes, the United States took their chances and drew cameranesia, at nine minutes. Moments later, at 11 o’clock, in beautiful motion Carpenter turn things around in the United States.

However, less than two minutes later, Brianne Jenner scored her second and equalized with two goals apiece. The answers came relentlessly and with great interest. at 14, Jamie Lee Rattray It was Canada’s turn and in the 17th minute, star Marie Philip-Poulin scored the fourth goal.

There were no big emotions in the third and final half, which ended in a goalless draw.

Canada 4 to 2 and the last number in the game.

about defeat, Alex CarpenterThe American one-goal writer, commented: “I wouldn’t say it (the defeat) was frustrating. We weren’t really that frustrated. I think we’ll have to look at it and you know, we’ll work on the finer details moving forward.”

Canada goalkeeper Goodsabout what this victory over America means, said: “What this victory means for the team, we need to watch the video of the match and learn from ourselves about what went well and what didn’t go well, to get ready to phase determine who is approaching. There is always a lot to learn, when to lose and when to win”.

The next commitment of the two teams is in the quarter-finals, with opponents still to be determined. Canada finished first in Group A, while the United States finished second.

Will this be a match between Canada and America, once again a match for the gold medal?


Canada 4 (1-0, 3-2, 0-0): Ann-Renee Desbiens, Emerance Maschmeyer; Jocelyne Larocque, Renata Fast, Brianne Jenner, Sarah Nurse, Marie-Philip Poulin (C); Erin Ambrose, Claire Thompson, Sarah Fillier, Natalie Spooner, Jamie Lee Rattray; Ashton Bell, Micah Zandee-Hart, Rebecca Johnston, Emily Clark, Blaire Turnbull; Ella Shelton, Laura Stacey, Jill Saulnier and Emma Maltais. Trainer: Troy Ryan.

United States 2 (0-1, 2-3, 0-0): Alex Cavallini, Maddie Rooney; Lee Stecklein, Cayla Barnes, Hannah Brandt, Hilary Knight, Kendall Coyne Schofeld (T); Megan Keller, Savannah Harmon, Abby Roque, Alex Carpenter, Amanda Kessel; Megan Bozek, Jincy Dunne, Kelly Pannek, Grance Zumwinkle, Dani Cameranesi; Caroline Harvey, Hayley Scamurra, Jesse Cimpher, Abbey Murphy. Trainer: Joel Johnson.

Arbitration: Cianna Lieffers (CAN), Elizabeth Mantha (CAN), Lacey Senuk (CAN), Kendall Hanley (USA) and Jackie Spresser (USA)

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