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It was a triumphant crew that dogpiled onto standout goalie Shannon Szabados at the conclusion to Thursday’s medal game, Canada versus America. Szabados was a cornerstone of the Canadian defence, stopping 28 shots on goal. On offence, Marie-Philip Poulin scored both goals in the first period, only three minutes apart.
In these shots: team captain Hayley Wickenheiser, top scorer Marie-Philip Poulin, and goal assist Jennifer Botterill, plus a telling moment from the Finland-Sweden game, in which Finland led the way 3-2.