Ice Hockey

Medal breakdown (2 events): Two medals— Finland (0-0-2); One medal— Czech Republic (1-0-0), United States (1-0-0), Canada (0-1-0) and Russia (0-1-0)

Men

Preliminary Round Standings

Group AGW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Kazakhstan32-1-041411
Slovakia31-1-1399
Italy31-2-021111
Austria30-1-22912
Group BGW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Belarus32-0-15144
Germany32-1-0479
France31-2-0258
Japan30-2-11510
* Advanced to final round competition.
Placement round: 9th place— Germany 4, Slovakia 2; 11th place— France 5, Italy 1; 13th place— Japan 4, Australia 3 (shootout).

Final Round Standings

Group CGW-L-TPtsGFGA
Russia33-0-06156
Czech Republic32-1-04124
Finland31-2-02119
Kazakhstan30-3-00625
Group DGW-L-TPtsGFGA
Canada33-0-06123
Sweden32-1-04117
United States31-2-02810
Belarus30-3-00415

Quarterfinals

Czech Republic 4United States 1
Russia 4Belarus 1
Canada 4Kazakhstan 1
Finland 2Sweden 1

Semifinals

Czech Republic 2Canada 1, SH
Russia 7Finland 4

Bronze Medal

Finland 3Canada 2

Gold Medal

Czech Republic 1Russia 0

Gold Medal Game

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Scoring: 3RD PERIOD— Petr Svoboda, CZE (Pavel Patera, Martin Prochazka), 48:08.
Goaltenders: CZECH REPUBLIC— Dominik Hasek (20 shots, 20 saves); RUSSIA— Mikhail Shtalenkov (21 shots, 20 saves).

Leading Scorers

 GmGAPtsPM
Teemu Selanne, FIN546108
Saku Koivu, FIN628104
Pavel Bure, RUS69092
Alexandr Koreshkov, KAZ73692
Philippe Bozon, FRA45274
Konstantin Shafranov, KAZ74376
Dominik Lavoie, AUT45168
Jere Lehtinen, FIN64262
Alexei Yashin, RUS63360
Serge Poudrier, FRA42464
Sergei Fedorov, RUS61568

Leading Goaltenders

(Minimum 180 min.)

 GmMinSV%GAA
Dominik Hasek, CZE6370.9610.97
Patrick Roy, CAN6369.9351.46
Mikhail Shtalenkov, RUS5290.9311.65
Tommy Salo, SWE4238.9132.27
Dusty Imoo, JPN3189.9252.54
Igor Murin, SVK4240.8453.25
Mike Anthony Rosati, ITA4215.8483.35

Women

Final Standings

 GmW-L-TPtsGFGA
United States66-0-012368
Canada64-2-082915
Finland64-2-083111
China62-4-041119
Sweden51-4-021021
Japan50-5-00245

Bronze Medal

Finland 4China 1

Gold Medal

United States 3Canada 1

Gold Medal Game

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Canada0011
United States0123
Scoring: 2ND PERIOD— Gretchen Ulion, USA (Sandra Whyte, Suzanne Merz), 22:38 (pp). 3RD PERIOD— Shelley Looney, USA (Sandra Whyte, Ulion Gretchen), 50:57 (pp); Danielle Goyette, CAN (Haley Wickenheiser, Geraldine Heaney), 55:59 (pp); Sandra Whyte, USA (unassisted), 59:52.
Goaltenders: CANADA— Manon Rheaume (23 shots, 21 saves); UNITED STATES— Sarah Tueting (22 shots, 21 saves).

Leading Scorers

 GmGAPtsPM
Hanna-Riikka Nieminen, FIN675124
Danielle Goyette, CAN681910
Karyn Bye, USA65384
Kathryn King, USA64482
Catherine Granato, USA64480
Gretchen Ulion, USA63584
Hayley Wickenheiser, CAN62684
Therese Brisson, CAN65276
Kirsi Maaria Haenninen, FIN64376
Laurie Baker, USA64376

Leading Goaltenders

(Minimum 150 min.)

 GmMinSV%GAA
Sarah Tueting, USA4209.9381.15
Manon Rheaume, CAN4208.9261.15
Tuula Katriina Puputti, FIN5270.8961.55
Sara DeCosta, USA3150.8751.59
Hong Guo, CHN6349.8932.75
Lesley Reddon, CAN3150.7813.58

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