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Japan upsets Sweden 4-3 in shootout

Japan recorded its first-ever win against Sweden at an IIHF Women's World Championship. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images

Women get ready for battle

Story lines aplenty as 25th anniversary approaches[more]

Canada and USA will be the usual favourites, but after them the field is wide open. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
The city of Malmo is getting ready to host its second major IIHF event in as many years. Last year it was the U20, and in just an hour it will be the Women’s World Championship,... [more]

Swede dreams

Hirano key in familiar surroundings[more]

Japan's Yuka Hirano tried to get the puck past German goalie Viona Harrer at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
MALMO – After nearly winning a championship with AIK Stockholm, Yuka Hirano hopes to cap off her Swedish sojourn on a high with Japan at the Women’s Worlds.

Fresh... [more]

WW Top 25 Stories: #8

15-year-old Wickenheiser makes her debut[more]

A young Hayley Wickenheiser some months before the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano. Photo: Rich Frishman / Sports Illustrated / Getty Images
11 April 1994. Two decades ago, the name Wickenheiser meant only one thing in hockey, Doug.

He was the first overall draft choice by the Montreal Canadiens in 1980... [more]

New Ice Times

The IIHF’s official newsletter, Ice Times, has gone digital. [more]

The IIHF’s official newsletter, Ice Times, has gone digital. Our first online... [more]

Hunter named U18 coach for Canada

Herbers, Robitaille assistants[more]

Hockey Canada has named Tim Hunter head coach of Canada’s National Men’s... [more]

WW Top 25 Stories: #9

USA finally wins WW gold in 2005[more]

9 April 2005. It was a psychological mountain as much as it was a question of... [more]

Frolik fired up for success

Czech veteran has unusual collection of medals[more]

Michael Frolik has collected a lot of hardware in the recent past, and he’s a... [more]



Austria mourns Knoll

Boost for Croatia

Strong is beautiful

Tohoku wins third title

WW Top 25 Stories: #10

Samuelsson retires

15 bronze medallists return

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