U.S. women on top
IIHF Women’s World Ranking released
A family affair
Maschmeyer clan has history in Kamloops
MVP goes to Knight
Two Americans, two Finns on all-star team
- Battle of North America It’s the 17th consecutive time that Canada and the U.S. will play for gold at the IIHF Women’s World Championship. How do you predict who’ll win this time?
- Pure gold for America Climaxing a tense final, Alex Carpenter scored at 12:30 of overtime as the U.S. beat Canada 1-0 to win gold at the 2016 IIHF World Women’s Championship.
- Sosina shoots to thrill! Olga Sosina scored the shootout winner as Russia edged Finland 1-0 in the 2016 bronze medal game. It is Russia's third Women's Worlds bronze medal of all time.
- From Reykjavik to Kamloops Volunteers at the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship have come from near and far to help welcome the world.
- Canada beats gritty Finns In a hard-fought late semi-final, host Canada beat Finland 5-3 to move on to the gold medal game versus the Americans. Natalie Spooner scored a hat trick.
- Swedes top Czech Republic With three goals in a span of 2:05, Sweden came back from a 2-0 third-period deficit to beat the Czechs 4-2 in the fifth-place game.
- U.S. thrashes Russia The U.S. scored five first-period goals in a 9-0 semi-final romp over Russia at the Sandman Centre on Sunday. The defending champions will play for gold again.
- Japan’s sun sets Switzerland defeated Japan 4-0 on Sunday afternoon to win the relegation series in two straight games. Japan is relegated to Division I.
- Waiting for another upset 03.04.2016 North American powers tough to dislodge
- Win with WW trivia 02.04.2016 Ten questions, three great prizes
- Super Swiss sisters 01.04.2016 Waidacher trio makes Women’s Worlds history
- Finns to face Canada again 01.04.2016 Czech Republic's Cinderella run ends in QF
- Welcome to the Sosina Show 01.04.2016 Russian skill shines as Swedes fall in QF
- Swiss get edge on Japan 01.04.2016 Special teams step up in Switzerland’s win
- Olympic participants known 01.04.2016 Five teams already qualified for PyeongChang
- Canada off to semis 31.03.2016 Finns to face underdog Czechs in quarter-finals
- Swedes down Swiss 31.03.2016 Czechs make QF, Switzerland misses out
- Same old song and dance 31.03.2016 U.S. hammers Russia to clinch SF bye
- Czechs shoot down Japan 31.03.2016 Hymlarova plays the heroine
- It’s not just about pucks 31.03.2016 Stars like Wickenheiser excel at other sports
- Chill out at country houses 31.03.2016 Downtown Kamloops is where hockey fans celebrate
- Tamer’s remarkable journey 31.03.2016 Ex-NHL D-man goes from tough guy to teacher
- Puck pioneers 30.03.2016 Book explores early roots of women’s hockey
- Vafina sees bright side 30.03.2016 This Russian knows Canada well
- Crushin' the Russians 29.03.2016 Johnston, Mikkelson, Krzyzaniak shine in romp
- Japan gets blanked 29.03.2016 Swedes take revenge for last year
- U.S. gets past Finland 29.03.2016 Raisanen busy, Lamoureux-Davidson scores winner
- Czech out this upset! 29.03.2016 Vanisova scores twice in second Czech win ever
- Germans back in 2017 29.03.2016 Promoted to top women’s division
- Clarkson Cup inspiration 29.03.2016 Japanese players fired up after success in CWHL
- 200 is the magic number 29.03.2016 Switzerland’s Bullo keeps on ticking in Kamloops
- Stars and Stripes succeed 28.03.2016 Americans rally to edge host Canada on Day One
- Carlsson to the rescue 28.03.2016 Last-minute goal lifts Swedes over Czechs
- Finns outlast Russia 28.03.2016 Niskanen hot as defending bronze medalists win
- Switzerland tops Japan 28.03.2016 Four points for Huni in return to Swiss team
- Get ready for Girl Power 28.03.2016 Hockey has ripple effect beyond arenas
- Granato’s golden legacy 28.03.2016 U.S. legend discusses state of women’s hockey
- Quirky women’s hockey facts 28.03.2016 From TV shows to Big Macs, IIHF stars do it all
- Pre-Championship Ranking 27.03.2016 USA first, tough battle for PyeongChang 2018
- Revenge...or repeat? 27.03.2016 Familiar faces battling for women’s gold in Kamloops
- No limitations 25.03.2016 Sweden ready for Women’s Worlds
- Coyne’s great season 24.03.2016 Team USA forward a player to watch
- Russia revs up 22.03.2016 Olympic qualification target for women’s team
- Gophers stun unbeaten BC 21.03.2016 Kessel returns, Minnesota wins NCAA women’s title
- Calgary claims Clarkson Cup 14.03.2016 Turnbull’s second period pair sets the stage
- Boston wins Isobel Cup 13.03.2016 Pride crowned inaugural NWHL champs
- More roster selections 09.03.2016 USA names final team; Russians, Czechs start camp
- Behind the bench 08.03.2016 Former Olympian Laura Schuler guides Team Canada
- Three comebacks for Swiss 03.03.2016 National women’s team for Kamloops named
- Canada, Finland name teams 01.03.2016 Women’s Worlds start in four weeks
- Single-game tickets 26.02.2016 New offers for Women’s Worlds in Kamloops
- Swedes flawless 18.02.2016 Women’s team wins last tournament before Worlds
- Klee confirmed 18.02.2016 USA with successful coach to Kamloops
- Kamloops welcomes the world 03.02.2016 Top female players to shine in B.C. city
- Mikkelson the mom returns 01.02.2016 Canadian thrilled to be back with national team
- 32 players invited 22.01.2016 Canadian women’s team prepares for Kamloops
- Muller a rising star 22.01.2016 Alina ballerina on blades
- Diaz to take over 14.12.2015 New women’s national team coach for Switzerland
- USA wins up north 10.11.2015 American women take Four Nations in Sundsvall
- 21 officials named 23.10.2015 Referees, linesmen for Kamloops known
- Agosta back with Team Canada 23.09.2015 Took season off to become a police officer
- Big year for women's hockey 19.09.2015 Stories aplenty to follow in 2015-16
- WW schedule released 16.09.2015 Canada to face U.S. rivals in tournament opener
- Schuler to lead Canada 20.06.2015 Coaches named for Women’s Worlds on home ice
- Double challenge 12.06.2015 Meeri Raisanen to play with men and women
- Martin Hasson takes break 03.06.2015 Becomes GM, signs Schelling for Linkoping
- Canada remains first 06.05.2015 Women’s World Ranking published
- Finland extends with Mustonen 30.04.2015 Women’s and U18 women’s team coaches stay
- Czech-ed in for Kamloops 17.04.2015 Women’s team back among elite nations in Kamloops
- The men behind Kamloops 17.04.2015 Management team in place for 2016 WW
- 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey World Women's Championship 26.03.2015 Kamloops is host
USA vs. Canada (Gold)
Climaxing a tense final, Alex Carpenter scored at 12:30 of overtime as the U.S. beat Canada 1-0 to win gold at the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship.
Finland vs. Russia (Bronze)
Olga Sosina scored the shootout winner as Russia edged Finland 1-0 in the 2016 bronze medal game. It is Russia's third Women's Worlds bronze medal of all time.
Canada vs. Finland (SF)
In a hard-fought late semi-final, host Canada beat Finland 5-3 to move on to the gold medal game versus the Americans. Natalie Spooner scored a hat trick.
USA vs. Russia (SF)
The U.S. scored five first-period goals in a 9-0 semi-final romp over Russia at the Sandman Centre on Sunday. The defending champions will play for gold again.
Sweden vs. Czech Republic (5th)
With three goals in a span of 2:05, Sweden came back from a 2-0 third-period deficit to beat the Czechs 4-2 in the fifth-place game.
Japan vs. Switzerland (R2)
Switzerland defeated Japan 4-0 on Sunday afternoon to win the relegation series in two straight games. Japan is relegated to Division I.
Finland vs. Czech Republic (QF)
It was a game that stayed scoreless for nearly 30 minutes, but Finland beat the Czechs 5-0 in the second quarter-final. Finland plays Canada in the semi-final.
Russia vs. Sweden (QF)
Olga Sosina led the way with two goals and two assists as Russia downed Sweden 4-1 to make the semi-finals against the U.S. at the 2016 Women's Worlds.
Switzerland vs. Japan (R1)
Swiss team scoring leader Christine Huni got the first-period winner in a 3-1 victory over Japan to open their best-of-three relegation series on Friday.