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Helene Elliott: The biggest rivalry in women's hockey is set for another chapter

GANGNEUNG, South Korea - This is why they put their lives on hold, why members of the U.S. women's Olympic hockey team left their loved ones behind and gathered to train in Florida in mid-September, hoping to find even the smallest mental or physical advantage that might help them win a game they've waited four years to play.

The U.S. women will face defending champion Canada here on Thursday for the

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