Ice Hockey

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

Men

Preliminary Round Standings

Group AGW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Germany33-0-06103
Latvia31-1-131112
Austria31-2-0279
Slovakia30-2-11812
Group BGW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Belarus32-1-0453
Ukraine32-1-0495
Switzerland31-1-1379
France30-2-11610
*Advanced to championship round competition.
Tiebreaker: Belarus beat Ukraine 1-0 in their only head-to-head action.
Placement round: 9th place—Latvia 9, Ukraine 2; 11th place—Switzerland 4, Austria 1; 13th place—Slovakia 7, France 1.

Championship Round Standings

Group CGW-L-TPtsGFGA
Sweden33-0-06144
Czech Republic31-1-13127
Canada31-1-13810
Germany30-3-00518
Group DGW-L-TPtsGFGA
United States32-0-15163
Finland32-1-04118
Russia 31-1-1399
Belarus30-3-00622

Quarterfinals

Belarus 4Sweden 3
Russia 1Czech Republic 0
United States 5Germany 0
Canada 2Finland 1

Semifinals

Canada 7Belarus 1
United States 3Russia 2

Bronze Medal

Russia 7Belarus 2
Note: Belarus forward Vasily Pankov was disqualified retroactively on March 21, 2002 by the IOC for testing positive after the bronze medal game for the banned substance 19-norandrosterone. The IOC also banned team doctor Evgeni Lositski from the 2004 Summer Olympics and the 2006 Winter Olympics for advising Pankov to take medication that contained the banned substance.

Gold Medal

Canada 5United States 2

Gold Medal Game

 123F
United States1102
Canada2125
Scoring: 1ST PERIOD—Tony Amonte, USA (Doug Weight, Tom Poti), 8:49; Paul Kariya, CAN (Chris Pronger, Mario Lemieux), 14:50; Jarome Iginla, CAN (Joe Sakic, Simon Gagne), 18:33. 2ND PERIOD—Brian Rafalski, USA (Mike Modano, Brett Hull), 15:30; Sakic, CAN (Ed Jovanovski, Rob Blake), 18:19 (pp). 3RD PERIOD—Iginla, CAN (Steve Yzerman, Sakic), 16:01; Sakic, CAN (Iginla), 18:40.
Goaltenders: UNITED STATES—Mike Richter (39 shots, 34 saves); CANADA—Martin Brodeur (33 shots, 31 saves).

Leading Scorers

 GmGAPtsPM
Mats Sundin, SWE454910
Brett Hull, USA63586
John LeClair, USA66172
Joe Sakic, CAN64370
Marian Hossa, SVK24260
J.J. Aeschlimann, SWI43362
Philippe Bozon, FRA43362
Leonard Soccio, GER73368
Mario Lemieux, CAN52460
Steve Yzerman, CAN62462
Nicklas Lidstrom, SWE41560
Mike Modano, USA60664

Leading Goaltenders

(Minimum 150 min.)

 GmMinSV%GAA
Martin Gerber, SWI4157.9581.52
Martin Brodeur, CAN6300.9171.80
Dominik Hasek, CZR4239.9242.01
Mike Richter, USA4240.9322.25
Nikolai Khabibulin, RUS6359.9302.34
Tommy Salo, SWE4179.9242.35
Marc Seliger, GER6302.9112.98

Women

Preliminary Round Standings

Group AGmW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Canada 33-0-06250
*Sweden32-1-041013
Russia31-2-02611
Kazakhstan30-3-00118
Group BGW-L-TPtsGFGA
*United States33-0-06271
*Finland32-1-0476
Germany30-2-11618
China30-2-116 21
*Advanced to semifinals.
Placement round: 5th place—Russia 5, Germany 0; 7th place—China 2, Kazakhstan 1.

Semifinals

Canada 7Finland 3
United States 4Sweden 0

Bronze Medal

Sweden 2Finland 1

Gold Medal

Canada 3United States 2

Gold Medal Game

 123F
Canada1203
United States0112
Scoring: 1ST PERIOD—Caroline Oullette, CAN (Cherie Piper), 1:45. 2ND PERIOD—Katie King, USA (Cammi Granato, Tara Mounsey), 1:59 (pp); Hayley Wickenheiser, CAN (Danielle Goyette), 4:10; Jayna Hefford, CAN (Becky Kellar, Therese Brisson), 19:59. 3RD PERIOD—Karyn Bye, USA (Mounsey, Jenny Potter), 16:27 (pp).
Goaltenders: CANADA—Kim St. Pierre (27 shots, 25 saves); UNITED STATES—Sara DeCosta (29 shots, 26 saves).

Leading Scorers

 GmGAPtsPM
Hayley Wickenheiser, CAN573102
Cammi Granato, USA564100
Danielle Goyette, CAN537100
Natalie Darwitz, USA57182
Katie King, USA54374
Jayna Hefford, CAN53472
Jenny Potter, USA51672
Tara Mounsey, USA50774

Leading Goaltenders

(Minimum 150 min.)

 GmMinSV%GAA
Sara DeCosta, USA5180.9481.00
Kim St. Pierre, CAN5240.9361.25
Kim Martin, SWE5180.9391.67
Irina Gachennikova, RUS5300.9332.40

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