Canada's Brianne Jenner, right, celebrates her goal with teammate Marie-Philip Poulin, centre, during the second period of the gold medal final IIHF Women's World Championship hockey action in Calgary on Aug. 31, 2021.(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)

Hockey fans had a night to remember on August 31. It was the women’s world hockey championship final in Calgary. Canada versus the U.S.

Team Canada was strong and hungry. The team came through the tournament unbeaten. The players really wanted the gold medal. But could they beat their rivals?

Looking for the net

The U.S. scored two fast goals in the first period. Canada came out hard in the second. Brianne Jenner’s power play goal made it 2-1. Then Jocelyne Laroque fired a slapshot. Jamie-Lee Rattray tipped it in.