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2016 - IIHF Women's World Championship

Kamloops, British Columbia | March 28-April4

The U.S. Women’s National Team claimed its third consecutive International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship and sixth in seven years with an exciting 1-0 overtime victory over rival Canada in the gold medal game. The contest was highlighted with intense action that included several scoring chances and stellar goaltending. The U.S., which had a 34-32 shots-on-goal advantage, killed off all six of Canada's power plays in a closely contested match-up that was a terrific showcase for women's hockey.

Leading up to the final game, Team USA defeated Canada, 3-1, Finland, 2-1, and Russia twice, 8-0 in the preliminary round and 9-0 in the semifinal round.

2016 RESULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT U.S. Player of the Game
Mon., March 28 Canada W, 3-1 Hilary Knight
Tue., March 29 Finland W, 2-1 Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson
Thur., March 31 Russia W, 8-0 Monique Lamoureux
Sun., April 3 Russia - Semifinal W, 9-0 Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson
Mon., April 4 Canada - Gold Medal Game W, 1-0 OT Alex Rigsby

                    


Tournament Awards

Most Valuable PLayer

PLAYER
Hilary Knight Forward

Directorate Award Recipients (U.S. Players)

PLAYER
Hilary Knight Best Forward

Top U.S. Players (As Selected by Coaches)

PLAYER
Hilary Knight Forward
Monique Lamoureux Defense
ALex Rigsby Goaltender

Media All-Star Team (U.S. Players)

PLAYER
Hilary Knight Forward
Monique Lamoureux Defense


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