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HOCKEY SU GHIACCIO

ICE HOCKEY


Ice Hockey
OLYMPIC DEBUT
1924 Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, France
ORIGINS
Hockey has been played at the Winter Olympics since 1924. All players in the communist system were "amateurs," and the USSR fielded the best the country had to offer. The best Americans, Swedes, Finns, and Canadians were professionals and barred from competition. The 1998 Games in Nagano were the first to allow NHL players for a 'dream tournament.' Women's hockey has been played at the Winter Olympics since 1998.

STANDINGS

Men's Tournament

Group A W L T GF GA PTS
x-Finland 5 0 0 19 2 10
x-Switz. 2 1 2 10 12 6
x-Canada 3 2 0 15 9 6
x-Czech Rep. 2 3 0 14 12 4
Germany 0 3 2 7 16 2
Italy 0 3 2 9 23 2

Women's Tournament

Group A W L T GF GA PTS
Canada 3 0 0 36 1 6
Sweden 2 1 0 15 9 4
Russia 1 2 0 6 16 2
Italy 0 3 0 1 32 0

 

Group B W L T GF GA PTS
x-Slovakia 5 0 0 18 8 10
x-Russia 4 1 0 23 11 8
x-Sweden 3 2 0 15 12 6
x-U.S.A. 1 3 1 13 13 3
Kazahkstan 1 4 0 9 16 2
Latvia 0 4 1 11 31 1

 

Group B W L T GF GA PTS
U.S.A. 3 0 0 18 3 6
Finland 2 1 0 10 7 4
Germany 1 2 0 2 9 2
Switzerland 0 3 0 1 12 0
 

Scoring Leaders

Women's Scoring Leaders - Overall  |  Men's Scoring Leaders - Overall
Team-by-Team - Canada | Czech Republic | Finland | Germany | Italy | Kazakhstan | Latvia | Russia | Slovakia | Sweden | Switzerland | United States
 

SCHEDULE / RESULTS

Saturday, February 11 - Women
Finland 3, Germany 0 - Maija Hassinen stopped 24 shots in shutout
Sweden 3, Russia 1 - Sweden had three power-play goals
United States 6, Switzerland 0 - Recap - Elsmore-Sautter stopped 50 shots
Canada 16, Italy 0 - Recap - Kim St-Pierre faced just five shots
Sunday, February 12 - Women
Canada 12, Russia 0 - Recap - Meghan Agosta had a hat trick on her birthday
United States 5, Germany 0 - Recap - German goaltender Pam Dreyer stopped 55 of 60 shots
Monday, February 13 - Women
Sweden 11, Italy 0 - Italy managed just four shots on goal, none in the third period
Finland 4, Switzerland 0 - Three goals in the third break game open
Tuesday, February 14 - Women
Italy 1, Russia 5 - Sabina Florian scores Italy's first goal of the tournament
Canada 8, Sweden 1 - Recap - Gillian Apps with the hat-trick
Switzerland 1, Germany 2 - Christina Oswald's power-play goal in 2nd the game winner
United States 7, Finland 3 - Recap - USA scores five unanswered goals in third period to erase 3-2 deficit
Wednesday, February 15 - Men
Kazakhstan 2, Sweden 7 - Recap - Daniel Tjarnqvist netted two goals for Sweden
Canada 7, Italy 2 - Recap - Iginla scores two goals for Canada on the power play
Switzerland 0, Finland 5 - Recap -Olli Jokinen and Teemu Selanne with two goals each
Germany 1, Czech Republic 4 Recap - Tomas Kaberle with two power play goals; Hasek leaves with leg injury
Russia 3, Slovakia 5 - Recap - Marian Gaborik with two goals in the third period
Latvia 3, United States 3 - Recap - Jordan Leopold's third period goal salvages tie for U.S.
Thursday, February 16 - Men
Finland 6, Italy 0 - Recap - Selanne scores two goals, Fredrik Norrena gets shutout
Switzerland 3, Czech Republic 2 - Recap - Mark Streit's power play goal in the third is the game winner
Sweden 0, Russia 5 - Recap - Ovechkin one of five different goal scorers
Slovakia 6, Latvia 3 - Recap - Marian Hossa with two goals, one assist for Slovakia
Canada 5, Germany 1 - Recap - Simon Gagne with a goal and assist to lead Canada
United States 4, Kazakhstan 1 - Recap - Americans erupt for three first period goals
Friday, February 17 - Women
Classification : Russia 6, Switzerland 2 - Larisa Mishina with the hat-trick
Semifinal : United States 2, Sweden 3 (SO) - Recap - American's failed to score in the shootout
Classification : Germany 5, Italy 2 - Maria Leitner with two goals to pace Germany
Semifinal : Canada 6, Finland 0 - Recap - Hayley Wickenheiser a goal and two assists
Saturday, February 18 - Men
Kazakhstan 0, Russia 1 - Recap - Alexander Kharitonov provided the only offence in this game
Italy 3, Germany 3 - Recap - Marcel Goc's powerplay goal with under two minutes salvaged the tie
Canada 0, Switzerland 2 - Recap - Former Montreal Canadien Paul DiPietro scored twice for Swiss
Sweden 6, Latvia 1 - Recap - Daniel Alfredsson with two goals; Peter Forsberg with two assists
Slovakia 2, United States 1 - Recap - Peter Bondra's third period goal the game winner
Czech Republic 2, Finland 4 - Jere Lehtinen two goals and one assist
Sunday, February 19 - Men
Germany 2, Switzerland 2 - Recap - Tino Boos scored the game-tying goal
Russia 9, Latvia 2 - Recap - Ilya Kovalchuk scored four goals
Slovakia 2, Kazakhstan 1 - Recap - Hossa scored the winner in the third
United States 1, Sweden 2 - Recap - Alfreddson had two points; Forsberg didn't play
Czech Republic 4, Italy 1 - Recap - Three goals for Vaclav Prospal.
Finland 2, Canada 0 - Recap - Niittymaki shuts out the Canadians
Monday, February 20 - Women
7th Place: Switzerland 11, Italy 0 - Daniela Diaz scored twice in first ten minutes
5th Place: Russia 0, Germany 1 (SO) - Maritta Becker scored the winner in a shootout
Bronze Medal Game: United States 4, Finland 0 - Recap - Katie King scored three goals
Gold Medal Game: Sweden 1, Canada 4 - Recap - Canucks dominate Swedes for gold
Tuesday, February 21 - Men
Latvia 2, Kazakhstan 5 - Recap - Yevgeniy Koreshkov had two goals and two assists
Switzerland 3, Italy 3 - Recap - David Aebischer stopped 30 of 32 shots
Finland 2, Germany 0 - Recap - Saku Koivu with a goal and an assist
Canada 3, Czech Republic 2 - Recap - Canada scores for the first time in two games
Sweden 0, Slovakia 3 - Recap - Marian Hossa with a goal and an assist
United States 4, Russia 5 - Recap - Alexei Kovalev with the game winner
Wednesday, February 22 - Men
Quarterfinal - Switzerland 2, Sweden 6 - Recap - Mats Sundin with two goals; Daniel Alfredsson three assists
Quarterfinal - Finland 4, United States 3 - Recap - Olli Jokinen with two power-play goals
Quarterfinal - Russia 2, Canada 0 - Recap -Canada shut out for the third time in this tournament
Quarterfinal - Slovakia 1, Czech Republic 3 - Recap - Milan Hejduk's goal proved to be the winner
Friday, February 24 - Men
Semifinal : Czech Republic 3, Sweden 7 - Recap - Three goals in the first eight minutes of second period
Semifinal : Finland 4, Russia 0 - Recap - Finland reached the final for the first time since the 1992 Games
Saturday, February 25 - Men
Bronze Medal: Czech Republic 3, Russia 0 - Recap - Vokoun blanked Russia; Kovalchuk ejected
Sunday, February 26 - Men
Gold Medal: Sweden 3, Finland 2 - Recap - Nicklas Lidstrom scored game-winning goal


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