Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Women's tournament

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Women's ice hockey
at the XX Olympic Winter Games
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Venues Torino Palasport Olimpico
Torino Esposizioni
Dates 15–26 February 2006
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 
«2002 2010»
Ice hockey at the
2006 Winter Olympics
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Tournament
men  women
Qualification
men  women
Rosters
men  women
Statistics
men  women

Preliminary Round[edit]

In the preliminary round Canada and the United States went undefeated and qualified for the semifinals, while Finland and Sweden also qualified by finishing second in their respective pools. Russia, Germany, Italy and Switzerland were eliminated from medal contention, but participated in the Classification round, later in the tournament.[1]

Group A[edit]

Team
GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts
 Canada 3 3 0 0 0 36 1 35 6
 Sweden 3 2 0 0 1 15 9 6 4
 Russia 3 1 0 0 2 6 16 -10 2
 Italy 3 0 0 0 3 1 32 -31 0
11 February 2006  Sweden 3 – 1
 Russia
11 February 2006  Canada 16 – 0
 Italy
12 February 2006  Canada 12 - 0
 Russia
13 February 2006  Sweden 11 - 0
 Italy
14 February 2006  Italy 1 - 5
 Russia
14 February 2006  Canada 8 - 1
 Sweden

Group B[edit]

Team
GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts
 United States 3 3 0 0 0 18 3 15 6
 Finland 3 2 0 0 1 10 7 3 4
 Germany 3 1 0 0 2 2 9 -7 2
 Switzerland 3 0 0 0 3 1 12 -11 0
11 February 2006  Finland 3 – 0
 Germany
11 February 2006  United States 6 – 0
 Switzerland
12 February 2006  United States 5 - 0
 Germany
13 February 2006  Finland 4 - 0
 Switzerland
14 February 2006  Switzerland 1 - 2
 Germany
14 February 2006  United States 7 - 3
 Finland

Classification round[edit]

  5th place semifinals     5th place game
                 
  A3   Russia 6  
  B4   Switzerland 2    
      A3   Russia 0
      B3   Germany 1
  B3   Germany 5    
  A4   Italy 2   7th place game
 
B4   Switzerland 11
  A4   Italy 0

Fifth place semifinals[edit]

17 February 2006  Russia 6 – 2
 Switzerland
17 February 2006  Germany 5 – 2
 Italy

Seventh place game[edit]

20 February 2006  Switzerland 11 - 0
 Italy

Fifth place game[edit]

20 February 2006  Russia 1 – 0 SO
 Germany

Final Round[edit]

  Semifinals     Gold Medal Game
                 
  A1   United States 2  
  B2   Sweden 3    
      B1   Canada 4
      B2   Sweden 1
  B1   Canada 6    
  A2   Finland 0   Bronze Medal Game
 
A1   United States 4
  A2   Finland 0

Semifinals[edit]

17 February 2006  United States 2 - 3 SO
 Sweden
17 February 2006  Canada 6 - 0
 Finland

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

20 February 2006 3  United States 4 - 0
 Finland

Gold Medal Game[edit]

20 February 2006 2  Sweden 1 – 4
 Canada 1

Final rankings[edit]

Team
1  Canada
2  Sweden
3  United States
4th  Finland
5th  Germany
6th  Russia
7th  Switzerland
8th  Italy

Game 1[edit]

Finland vs. Germany[edit]

Game 2[edit]

Sweden vs. Russia[edit]

 Sweden  Russia
Goals scored 3 1
Goaltenders Kim Martin Irina Gashennikova
Shots (1st) 9 12
Shots (2nd) 9 11
Shots (3rd) 6 8
Total Shots 24 31
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
3-7 0-7
Attendance 6500

Game 3[edit]

United States vs. Switzerland[edit]

 United States  Switzerland
Goals scored 6 0
Goaltenders Chanda Gunn Patricia Elsmore-Sautter
Shots (1st) 20 3
Shots (2nd) 15 3
Shots (3rd) 21 3
Total Shots 56 9
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
1-7 0-9
Attendance 2900

Game 4[edit]

Canada vs. Italy[edit]

 Canada  Italy
Goals scored 16 0
Goaltenders Kim St-Pierre Debora Montanari (40:00)
Luana Frasnelli
Shots (1st) 26 3
Shots (2nd) 21 2
Shots (3rd) 19 0
Total Shots 66 5
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
3-5 0-4
Attendance 8399

Game 5[edit]

Russia vs. Canada[edit]

 Russia  Canada
Goals scored 0 12
Goaltenders Irina Gashennikova (16:25)
Nadezhda Aleksandrova
Charline Labonté
Shots (1st) 7 19
Shots (2nd) 6 15
Shots (3rd) 4 9
Total Shots 17 43
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
0-7 1-14
Attendance 2414

Game 6[edit]

Germany vs. United States[edit]

 Germany  United States
Goals scored 0 5
Goaltenders Jennifer Harss Pam Dreyer
Shots (1st) 1 21
Shots (2nd) 7 13
Shots (3rd) 2 26
Total Shots 10 60
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
0-8 2-10
Attendance 7794

Game 7[edit]

Game 8[edit]

Game 9[edit]

Game 10[edit]

Canada vs. Sweden[edit]

 Canada  Sweden
Goals scored 8 1
Goaltenders Kim St-Pierre Cecilia Andersson
Shots (1st) 21 4
Shots (2nd) 15 3
Shots (3rd) 11 1
Total Shots 47 8
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
2-8 1-7
Attendance 6850

Game 11[edit]

Game 12[edit]

Game 13[edit]

Game 14[edit]

United States vs. Sweden[edit]

 United States  Sweden
Goals scored 2 3
Goaltenders Chanda Gunn Kim Martin
Shots (1st) 13 4
Shots (2nd) 14 5
Shots (3rd) 4 5
Shots (OT) 8 3
Shots (GWS) 0 1
Total Shots 39 18
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
2-9 0-4
Attendance 5654

Game 15[edit]

Game 16[edit]

Canada vs. Finland[edit]

 Canada  Finland
Goals scored 6 0
Goaltenders Charline Labonté Maija Hassinen (37:01)
Noora Räty
Shots (1st) 12 5
Shots (2nd) 12 5
Shots (3rd) 16 7
Total Shots 40 17
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
5-8 0-7
Attendance 7306

Game 17[edit]

Game 18[edit]

Game 19[edit]

Game 20[edit]

Canada vs. Sweden[edit]

 Canada  Sweden
Goals scored 4 1
Goaltenders Charline Labonté Kim Martin
Shots (1st) 11 2
Shots (2nd) 11 3
Shots (3rd) 4 3
Total Shots 26 8
Power Play
(Goals-chances)
0-3 1-5
Attendance 6664

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ice Hockey". TSN. Retrieved 13 August 2013.