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Day 2: Japan takes Group B lead, Swedes avenge[more]

Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenSwitzerland's Livia Altmann #22 and Sweden's Olivia Carlsson #29 battle for position. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
Follow the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship with live scores, stories, photos, highlights and statistics on [more]

Canada rolls over Russia

Four different scorers, Desbiens posts shutout[more]

Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenCanada's Jennifer Wakefield #9 lets a shot against Russia's Maria Sorokina #33 while Jamie Lee Rattray #7 battles for position with Svetlana Tkachyova #34. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
In men’s hockey, the Canada-Russia rivalry is legendary. In women’s hockey, there’s a big gap between the two, as Canada showed with a 4-0 conquest on Sunday.

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Japanese blank Germany

Believe it: Japan could make the QF![more]

Rosengards Ishall Malmo  SwedenJapan's Yurie Adachi #11 celebrates with Suzuka Taka #18 after scoring Japan's first goal against Germany. Photo: Francois Laplante / HHOF-IIHF Images
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield quipped: “I don’t get no respect.” That won’t be said of Japan’s women’s team, which beat Germany 2-0 for its second straight win.

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Sweden bounces back

Grahm stays red-hot in victory over Swiss[more]

Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenSwitzerland's Phoebe Stanz #88 battles for position with Sweden's Maria Lindh #19 while Sara Grahn #1 looks on. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
Sweden was seeking some vindication in its second game of the IIHF World Women’s Championship. The host nation came through with a 3-2 win over the Swiss.

It was a... [more]

WW Top 25 Stories: #7

Rider organizes an international tournament[more]

21-26 April 1987. The news did not make headlines around the world. The players... [more]

Shoot to thrill

Will this tourney see most shootouts ever?[more]

A new unofficial record was established at the IIHF Ice Hockey World Women’s... [more]

Tuominen the heroine

Finns win despite two disallowed goals[more]

Minttu Tuominen scored the only shootout goal as Finland defeated Russia 3-2 in... [more]

U.S. powers past Canada

American PP clicks thrice in Sochi rematch[more]

In Saturday’s marquee matchup, the United States staked an early claim to... [more]



It's a Marty party!

Japan upsets hosts

Women get ready for battle

Swede dreams

WW Top 25 Stories: #8

New Ice Times

Hunter named U18 coach for Canada

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