Calgary – Canadian Jamie Lee Rodr பயன்படுத்தguez used more time with two goals to beat the United States 5-1 in the Women’s World Hockey Championship on Thursday.
Rodrguez was Canada’s reserve striker in two early round matches.
Rodrguez’s role expanded as Captain Mary Philip Paulin left the team and recovered from a powerful shot in the chest.
The 28-year-old from Onton, Canada, scored again in the second half.
“Every time I go out, whether it’s one or ten teams, I want to make an impact,” Rodrey said.
“You really can not fill the flower shoes. She’s clearly a leader on this team and she’s been in business for a long time, but I think we have done a good job. Everyone has moved forward and filled the roles they need.
Melody Toost had a goal and assist for the host nation, scoring their five goals in the first half of the game.
Canada topped Group A 4-0, 3-1 ahead of defending champions the United States.
The two countries are waiting for the results of the next match in Group B between Germany and Japan in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
Toost leads Canada to championship points with three goals and four assists in four matches.
Sarah Norse scored the reduced goal and Renata Fast scored Canada’s biggest win.
“I think this is huge for us,” Rodrey said. Every time we play with someone, but above all we always want to beat them with competition for many years.
“It was great to be a part of this success, that’s for sure.”
Goalkeeper Anne-Rene Despins won by stopping 22 of 23 shots. Brian Jenner, who wore the “C” in Paul’s absence, had two passes.
Lee Stecklin responded to the Americans at his first meeting with Canada after the five-game series ended on February 8, 2020 in Anaheim, California.
The United States won 4-3 in extra time and won the series 4-1.
U.S. goalkeeper Alex Cavallini was withdrawn from Nicole Hensley after conceding four goals in 20 shots before Thursday’s game. Hensley escaped with six bullets.
“Actually, we didn’t play our game,” said American striker Kendall Quinn Schofield. “She takes this game and will never do anything again except leave Lee’s goal for Team USA.
“You have to lend when it comes to credit. Canada played an exceptional game today, we did not play.
The United States has not conceded a goal in its first three games at the World Cup in Calgary.
Finland (2-2) finished third in Group A after beating Switzerland 6-0. The Finns face the Czech Republic 4-0 in the quarterfinals on Saturday
Russia (1-3) and Switzerland (0-4) finished fourth and fifth in Group A, respectively, and will meet in the next quarter.
The semifinals will be held on Monday and the medal matches on Tuesday.
Paul was scratched in the chest in a 5-0 win over Switzerland on Tuesday. No decision has yet been made on whether he will return to the team.
“Our medical and management team will continue to assess the situation,” said Canadian coach Troy Ryan.
The Canadians outscored the United States early, taking a 15-4 lead 2-0 over the Americans in the opening period.
The United States slipped to third with an 11-4 lead in shots, but scored one. Steckline fired through traffic from the blue line at 2:44 p.m.
The nurse recorded an abbreviation in 2-on-1 with Jenner at 10:36 a second. After the nurse’s shot post it was evaluated and the game continued until a goal was awarded.
Rodrத்தார்guez hit twice in a spin at 7:16 and returned at 4:18.
“Rodr நிரguez has filled those 13s in front a few times, and we feel comfortable taking her straight from the 13th to the attacking line and playing some strong minutes,” Ryan said.
“One of the easiest reasons we choose is because of its diversity.”
Cavallini was unable to push the ball forward and at 13:50 of the first half Fast fired it over the keeper. The target was initially granted, but ordered to reconsider.
Canada scored the first goal of the first game when Buck jumped off the back board to Tux, who scored from both knees at 7:13.
Notes: Retired Canadians Hayley Wickenheiser (86) and Jayna Heford (33) 100 Natalie Spooner scored 100 points in her career with the national team.
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