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Hilary Knight scored three times, including the go-ahead goal with 3:10 left in regulation, and the Americans won their 10th women's world hockey championships gold medal and first in four years with a 6-3 win over cross-border rival Canada. Caroline Harvey had a goal and assist, and Abbey Murphy and Cayla Barnes, with an empty-net goal, also scored. The Americans scored four unanswered goals in the third period.

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It'll be United States and Canada meeting in the women's world hockey gold medal game for the 21st time in 22 tournaments. Captain Hilary Knight, Amanda Kessel and Tessa Janecke each scored twice, and the United States secured its berth with a 9-1 rout of the Czech Republic. The two-time defending champion Canadians advanced with Sarah Fillier scoring three times in a 5-1 win over Switzerland in the other semifinal.

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Jamie Lee Rattray scored the winner in the ninth round of the shootout and Canada beat the United States 4-3 Monday night in the final preliminary round game for both teams at the women’s world hockey championship. The teams will turn their attention to the quarterfinals on Thursday after finishing 1-2 atop Group A.

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Caroline Harvey is quickly establishing herself as one of the United States women's hockey team's rising stars. The 20-year-old play-making defender is competing in her second world championship tournament in suburban Toronto, and made her national team debut at the 2022 Beijing Winter Games. She is part of second-year coach John Wroblewski's emphasis to develop youth and incorporate team speed.

The two-time defending champion Canadians are considered the favorites entering the International Ice Hockey Federation women's world championships this week. Canada returns a talent-laden and experienced roster that features just one player making her tournament debut, and 17 skaters who were members of the team that won gold at the 2022 Beijing Winter Games. The United States team is one in transition, and retooling under second-year coach John Wroblewski. While Hilary Knight returns to compete in her 13th world tournament, the Americans' roster includes five skaters making their national team debuts. The 10-nation, 12-day tournament opens in suburban Toronto on Wednesday.

After the United States took the first three games of the seven-game national women’s Rivalry Series, Canada has bounced back with three consecutive wins, including Monday night’s 5-1 victory at the sold-out Colisee Videotron. The seventh and deciding game will be played Wednesday at Place Bell in Laval, Quebec.

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