The 2017 Four Nations Cup took place in and around Tampa, Florida between November 7 and 12, where the United States Women's National Team is centralized ahead of the Pyeongchang Olympics. The tournament, featuring the United States, Canada, Finland, and Sweden, played out much as expected with Team USA and
The 2017 IIHF Women's World Championships will forever be remembered in tandem with the stand that the US Women's National Team took -- and won -- in demanding equal treatment from USA Hockey.
But beyond the headlines (which all but wrote themselves), there was a lot to learn about each
United States 3, Canada 2 -- Gold Medal Game
After achieving a landmark victory off the ice just two days before the tournament started, the United States Women's National Team made history on the ice, winning their first ever Women's World Championship on home soil.
They did so in dramatic
United States 11, Germany 0
The Americans put on a dominating performance Thursday night, limiting the Germans to just eight shots and controlling the entire ice. Ten different players scored goals, including three defenders. Through four games, fourteen Americans had scored goals, lending credence to coach Robb Stauber's claims that