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Canada women edge U.S. in hockey; both teams in Olympic semifinals

Thu, 2014-02-13 02:17
Goalie Jesse Vetter and Kendall Coyne (center) of the United States look back at the puck as Meghan Agosta (left) of Canada celebrates her goal during Wednesday's game in Sochi, Russia. Agosta scored twice in the 3-2 victory.  Associated Press
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SOCHI, RUSSIA | The puck trickled under goalie Jesse Vetter's pads and over the goal line, and then the whistle blew.

Or was it the other way around?

The Canadian women's hockey team beat the United States 3-2 on Wednesday in a tense preview of the expected gold medal match, taking the lead on Hayley Wickenheiser's controversial third-period goal. Meghan Agosta scored in the second period to tie the score at 1-all, and then Canada added the go-ahead goal 93 seconds later on a shot that Vetter seemed to have stopped, drawing a whistle from referee Anna Eskola of Finland.

Canada Beats U.S. 3-2 In Olympic Women's Hockey Round-Robin Game

Wed, 2014-02-12 18:48
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SOCHI, Russia (AP) -- The puck trickled under Jesse Vetter's pads and over the goal line, and then the whistle blew. Or was it the other way around? The Canadian women's hockey team beat the United States 3-2 on Wednesday in a tense preview of the expected gold medal match, taking the lead on Hayley Wickenheiser's controversial third-period goal. Meghan Agosta scored in the second period to tie the game 1-1, and then Canada added the go-ahead goal 93 seconds later on a shot that U.S. goalie Jesse Vetter seemed to have stopped, drawing a whistle from referee Anna Eskola of Finland.

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