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    • Women's Hockey
    • Table of Contents
      • Slide 1- Women’s Hockey Title Page
      • Slide 2- Table of Contents
      • Slide 3- Women’s Hockey History
      • Slide 4- Women’s Hockey History Pictures
      • Slide 5- Information about Canada’s Team
      • Slide 6- Canada’s Team Pictures
      • Slide 7- Canada’s Team Victories
      • Slide 8- Main Players
      • Slide 9- Women Playing Hockey Photos
      • Slide 10- Where it’s Held
      • Slide 11- Thunderbird Stadium Images
      • Slide 12- Bibliography
      • Slide 13-Conclusion and Credits
    • Women’s Hockey History
      • Women’s hockey began around the 1800’s. They were first seen wearing long skirts, and using a puck and stick. As time passed, they wore men’s usual hockey gear. (Helmets, knee pads, shoulder pads, etc) They weren’t as aggressive as they are, presently, but they were very good players. They didn’t play on the current ice rinks we use today, but on frozen ponds during the winter.
    • Women’s Hockey History Pictures
    • Canada’s Team Canada’s Women’s Hockey team have great players. They have acquired many skills throughout their regular training. (speed, agility, balance, and accuracy) But, not all of the players are originated from Canada, on the team. The most difficult teams, to Canada, include: Russia, Sweden, and the United States. They have had many previous coaches, but their current coach is Peter Smith.
    • Canada’s Team Pictures
    • Canada’s Team Victories Only gold medals were included, by Canada’s Women’s hockey team
      • Olympic Games:
      • 2002 Salt Lake City
      • 2006 Torino
      • IIHF World Women Championships:
      • 1990, Canada won Tournament
      • 1997, Canada won tournament
      • 2000, Canada won tournament
      • 2004, Canada won tournament
      • 2007, Canada won tournament
    • Players Goal Tenders Defensemen Forwards 1) Charline Lanbonte 2) Kim St-Pierre 3) Shannon Szabados
      • Tessa Bonhomme
      • Becky Kellar
      • Carla McLeod
      • Meghan Mikkelson
      • Colleen Sostorics
      • Catherine Ward
      • Meghan Agosta
      • Gillian Apps
      • Jennifer Botterill
      • Jayna Hefford
      • Hayley Irwin
      • Rebecca Johnston
      • Gina Kingsbury
      • Caroline Ouellette
      • Cherie Piper
      • Marie-Phillip
      • Sarah Vailliancourt
      • Hayley Wickenheiser
    • Women Playing Hockey Pictures
    • Where it’s held
      • This year, the women’s hockey team is going to be held at the Thunder Bird Stadium. Here are a few times and dates of when it will take place:
      • 1: Feb.13 th , at 5:00 PM-Women’s Preliminary Round (Canada vs. Slovakia)
      • 2: Feb.15 th , at 2:30 PM-Women’s Preliminary Round (Canada vs. Switzerland)
      • 3: Feb.17 th , at 2:30 PM-Women’s Preliminary Round (Canada vs. Sweden)
      • * And, the women’s gold medal game is on February 21 st , at 3:30 PM
      These aren’t all of the games, played for Women’s Hockey, we just included Canada’s games.
    • Outside of the Thunderbird Arena Thunderbird Stadium circled in red Inside of the Thunderbird Arena Diagram of a ‘birds eye view’ of the stadium
    • Bibliography:
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_women's_national_ice_hockey_team
      • http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/16980/la_id/1/ss_id/22220/nr_id/70861.htm
      • http://www.vancouver2010.com/olympic-hockey/
      • Pictures From:
      • http://search.creativecommons.org/
      • www.googleimages.com
      Information From:
      • Conclusion and Credits
      • British Columbia (and all of Canada) is positive that the Olympics will have a good impact, especially involving women’s hockey!
      • PowerPoint design: Lydia
      • PowerPoint animations and sound: Katrianna
      • PowerPoint Pictures: Emily
      • PowerPoint Text: Katrianna and Emily
      • PowerPoint Credits: Lydia