Final score of the 2022 Olympic hockey match between the United States and Canada: Canada wins gold against the United States.
Team Canada wins the gold medal in women’s hockey at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, defeating the United States 3-2!
Canada has already won five of the seven gold medals in women’s hockey, shattering previous records.
Sarah Nurse opened the scoring for Canada, followed by captain Marie-Philip Poulin’s two straight goals. The US jumped on the board with a shorthanded goal by Hilary Knight, but they didn’t score again until the last 12.5 seconds of the game when Amanda Kessel scored in the dying seconds. However, it was too little, too late, and Canada went on to win.
The whole game was live blogged. Below are the original updates.
Canada 3 vs. USA 2; AMANDA KESSEL SCORES!!!! AMANDA KESSEL FINDS THE BACK OF THE NET WITH 12.5 SECONDS LEFT. While the US had two extra skaters (goalie removed plus a power play), there was a major scramble, and they’ve gotten within one goal.
Canada 3 – USA 1 – Canada’s performance was less than ideal. With 1:25 remaining, Poulin is in the box with an empty net for the United States. This is the final chance to make a stand.
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- 3 – 1 And with that, she leaves. With three minutes remaining, the US has an empty net in which to place the additional skater!
- 3 – Canada – USA 1st Tick-tock, , tick to With four minutes remaining in the third, the real issue is how soon Cavallini should be pulled to gain the extra skater.
- 3 – 1 The US’s power play has been abysmal throughout the tournament, and the power play they just completed is no exception. They’re converting only 20% of their power plays (compared to over 45 percent for Canada), and not being able to score – or even have a solid opportunity – is a killer.
- 3 – 1 I’m still perplexed by the bench management in the United States. The United States is in desperate need of a spark, something fresh, and Johnson keeps sending the same guys out. Half of their players have logged double digit minutes, while the other half have spent less than 5 minutes on the ice. * a shrug
- 3 – 1 In my expert view, the United States must score shortly in this game.
- 3 – 1 Carpenter has yet another fantastic opportunity. She’s had such a good tournament that it’s almost as if she had a beef with USA Hockey. (She does for what it’s worth, since she was inexplicably dropped from the 2018 roster after performing well in 2014.)
- 3 – 1 The ping of the post will live on in the minds of US players and spectators for the rest of their lives. As the US threatens here, Alex Carpenter just struck the post.
- 3 – Canada – USA 1 – The puck has dropped, and the US has just 20 minutes to tie the game. If we reach to that stage, it will be all 3-on-3 sudden death overtime with no more shootouts.
Thoughts for the second intermission
Knight’s shorthanded goal should be a huge boost for the US. It will be crucial how they begin the third quarter since getting three on ARD would be exceedingly difficult.
Canada must remain composed, play their game, and maybe score another goal, since everyone knows a two-goal advantage is the most dangerous in hockey.
I love hockey, especially Olympic hockey, but I’m ready for these games to end at 11:10 p.m. EST. This has been the regular start time for the night games for those who haven’t been with us for all tournaments, and it’s difficult.
3 – Canada – USA 1 – Did I just blink and my period was over? Maybe it’s because I spent much too much time trying to recall how numbers worked for the TOI comments. Regardless, the second period has come to a close! Phew.
HILARY KNIGHT SCORES!!!! Canada 3 – USA 1 AN UNDERSTANDABLE OBJECTIVE TO GET THE UNITED STATES ON THE BOARD. Knight goes up the ice with the puck, shoots through a block, and then collects her own rebound in front of a wide open goal. You didn’t see the horrible phrase I wrote here before, did you? I was too preoccupied with Knight’s mission to notice anything else.
3 – 0 Tonight, a little piece of Olympic history. Nurse finished the tournament with 18 points after scoring and then assisting on Poulin’s second goal. She currently has more points than Hayley Wickenheiser in a single Women’s Olympics. She also received 13 points for having the most assists in a single Women’s Olympics.
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3 – 0 Aside from Poulin’s score, the * glitter emoji * spice is a given in these US Canada games, if you’re new. Canada has scored on little under half of its power opportunities, so the United States must be cautious if things become heated.
3 – 0 If you’re not following Women’s Hockey on Twitter, you could be missing out on the discussion around the US’s time on ice figures, which has been going on throughout the tournament. We’ve discussed how their defenders are deployed in an unusual manner. However, the forwards are seeing some fascinating adjustments as well. The top line is seven minutes or more, while the rest of the lines are between three and four minutes. Given their depth throughout the rest of the tournament, this is, to put it mildly, unusual.
3 – 0 Batman, guacamole, guacamole, guacamole, gua As Desbiens became trapped on the other post, Canada’s defenders played Extra Goalkeeper and very certainly prevented a wraparound attempt goal. That had been the United States’ greatest chance of the time so far.
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MARIE-PHILIP POULIN SCORES!!!!!! Canada 3 – USA 0 This is, once again, the Way. After several miscues on an odd-skater rush, Poulin crashes the goal to put Canada up 3-0.
2 – 0 After that hectic first quarter, it seems like both sides have calmed down (either that or I did…). There has been less interruption of play, but both teams seem to have cooled down after their Gold Medal Game Nerves (TM).
2 – 0 With around 5 minutes left in the first session, the US has only got two shots on goal, but it’s still early. Because Canada has dominated the most of the play, it does not seem to be the start the US desired.
2 – 0 The game has resumed, and I forgot to say that Poulin now has six goals in four Olympic gold medal games. Allow it to sink in. 6 goals in 4 Olympic gold medal games, not 6 goals in 4 Olympic games!
Thoughts on the first intermission
The United States has to find out who they are. Only their top three lines, Knight, Coyne Schofield, and Brandt, are making an impact. Everyone else has to step up because they have the depth to be there.
Canada is looking as strong as they have throughout the competition. Playing good, loose, and quick.
I only get sleepy when there’s no hockey playing, so I’m hoping for a quick interval.
Period 1 – Canada, Period 2 – United States of America 0 – Everyone takes a deep breath as the first period ends. In case you were wondering, I am doing well in general.
2 – 0 So, as much as Poulin’s score makes sense (because its a gold medal game against the US so she has to scores, it is the Way). Both goals were scored as a result of
defensive lapses by the United States. Please check the section below for more information on why this is an issue. Tl,dr: It’s because the US has sat two defenders and only played four of them during the competition. Tired defenders, what can you say?
MARIE PHILIP POULIN SCORES!!!! Canada 2 – USA 0 Captain Clutch (and Canadian Captain) snatches the ball with just under two minutes remaining in the period and fires a great shot to put Canada up two goals.
Canada 1 – USA 0 – I failed to mention this since it was “old news” at The Ice Garden, but if you’re new to the game, Brianna Decker was hurt in the first half of the US’s first game in Beijing. Decker is a strong presence both on and off the ice, and she’s been much missed.
1 – 0 Remember how I mentioned the US shoots a lot? They’ve only had two so far, and the first period is just approximately 12 minutes old. They haven’t scored a goal in the first period in their past three games, so there’s no need to fear, US supporters.
SARAH NURSE SCORES!!! Canada 1 – USA 0 (For real this time) Nurse is in lead after a set faceoff play, matching her for the most points in a single Olympic event. That was just a few seconds after Canada’s goal had been overturned. There’s going to be a huge momentum shift here.
A COACH’S CHALLENGE OVERTURNS THE GOAL!!!!!! Canada 0 – USA 0 – A COACH’S CHALLENGE OVERTURNS THE GOAL!!!!!! This is the second time a Coach’s Challenge has overturned a major goal in the Olympics. Guacamole, guacamole, guacamole! The second occurrence was in a quarterfinal game against ROC Switzerland, when ROC’s go-ahead goal was overruled.
NATALIE SPOONER SCORES!!!!! Canada 1 – USA 0 After the US experiences a defensive breakdown, Spooner takes up a rebound and gets a wide open shot little over 7 minutes into the game (lol).
At 17:40, Canada has a 1-0 lead against the United States. IN A GOLD MEDAL GAME, THIS IS NOT THE TERRIFYING POST. Hannah Brandt just missed a wide-open goal, giving the whole United States a flashback to the 2014 gold medal game. You may look it up on the internet; I’m still not allowed to discuss it.
At 18 minutes, Canada 0 – USA 0: oh, the hockey has begun. To be honest, it seems strange that we’ve reached the conclusion of the competition.
— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 17, 2022
If you’re interested, here are a few weird narratives to follow:
The US has made several unusual defence deployments: Joel Johnson, the head coach, brought seven defenders to the game, but only deployed five. Caroline Harvey (who is just 18 years old) and Jincy Dunne had logged 22 and 40 minutes on ice, respectively. Dunne is in the last pair with Megan Bozek, however Bozek has played twice as many minutes as Dunne. Weird strange strange strange strange strange strange strange strange strange odd strange strange
The United States takes a lot of shots, like a lot of shots, but they can’t score: they average more than 50 shots per game but have only scored around half as many goals as Canada. What does this imply? The United States, on the other hand, is most likely shooting poor or low-quality photographs. Meanwhile, since Desbienes isn’t accustomed to seeing so many shots, it would be to the US’s benefit to continue shooting a lot.
The puck has dropped, and you can read my preview over at The Ice Garden.
Your 🇨🇦 lineup for the 🥇 showdown.
— Hockey Canada (@HockeyCanada) February 17, 2022
This is about our thoughts and observations. Daoust returned for the semifinal game after being hurt in the first game but was categorised as day-to-day. It’s no surprise that Desbiens gets the ball first.
The expected line for the United States can’t be correct since three goaltenders are indicated, but the key aspect is that Alex Cavallini will start. Cavallini competed in both the quarterfinal and semifinal matches, as well as one of the preliminary matches. She didn’t appear on the ice once at the 2018 Olympics, when the US won gold. Maddie Rooney, tonight’s backup goaltender, was the gold medalist and was dubbed the Secretary of Defense following her shootout victory. Due to line-up regulations, Nicole Hensley, who is named, is probably certainly not clothed.
— USA Hockey (@usahockey) February 17, 2022
In one of the most important events on the 2022 sports calendar, one of the greatest rivalries takes centre stage. At the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, the United States women’s hockey team will compete for gold against Canada. The game begins at 11:10 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on NBC.
The United States defeated Canada 3-2 in a six-shot shootout at the Pyeongchang Games four years ago. The Americans won the gold medal for the first time since women’s ice hockey was introduced at the Nagano Games in 1998, avenging a 3-2 overtime setback in Sochi. Canada has won four golds and two silvers in the six Olympiads in which women’s ice hockey has been a medal event, while the United States has won two golds, three silvers, and a bronze.
In group play, Canada defeated the United States 4-2. With the exception of the game against the United States, Canada has cruised through the competition. They went 4-0-0-0 in group play, with a +28 goal difference. Following that, they defeated Sweden 11-0 in the quarterfinals and Switzerland 10-3 in the semifinals.
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In the group game versus Canada, the US took a 2-1 lead for a short moment before tying the game less than 30 seconds later. The US won the remaining three games in the group and ended with a goal difference of +14. To set up this rematch, they proceeded to the playoff round with 4-1 victories against Czechia and Finland.
With nine points on five goals and four assists, Hilary Knight leads the US team, followed by Savanna Harmon and Amanda Kessel with seven each. With the top six scorers in the event, the Canadians have dominated the scoring. Sarah Nurse has 16 points on four goals and 12 assists to lead the team.
Alex Cavallini of the United States is second in save % with.955, followed by Ann-Renée Desbiens of Canada with.936. On Wednesday evening, both will be active, but Cavallini in particular may face a bombardment of bullets.
Over the years, the women’s teams from the United States and Canada have enjoyed a fierce rivalry. They’re the finest in the world, so it’s only natural that they face off in what should be a thrilling gold medal match.
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