The women opened their portion of the tournament on Saturday and games run through February 21, when both the bronze and gold medal games will take place in Pyeongchang. Here's everything you need to know to follow all the action -- including the the tournament, format, group standings, and full schedule. Note: This post will update with results as the tournament progresses.
USA vs Canada will start at 12 p.
ET noon. The two teams met previously in the competition last week, with Canada edging the victory, defeating Team USA in a fierce match up.
However, both teams managed to fight their way through to the gold medal final, and the past result will have little significance today as both teams will be going all out for victory. Overall in the series between these two teams, Canada has the advantage , but this game will hold the highest stakes and could go either way.
Forward Megan Bozek has said ahead of the game: "We've worked four years for this one moment. We're right where we need to be. There's 60 minutes left for us to achieve our dream.
It all comes down to one game. They're the defending Olympic champions so you want to play the best.
However, Canada have gotten their revenge in a big way until now, winning the next three consecutive gold medals — besting the United States in and , and defeating Sweden in the final in Duggan said, "I'm still working on revenge from Vancouver.
You come up short in that one, it doesn't feel good any time you lose a game, so we're obviously looking for revenge.
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