Canadian Studies: Hockey
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This paper discusses how ice hockey was once identified as a quintessentially Canadian sport and at the same time a key figure in the domain of masculine sports. However over recent years hockey has garnered strength as an international sport and has expanded its membership to include that of women. The paper further dicusses how att the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, the Canadian women's hockey team won gold whilst their male counterparts failed to reach the medal round. What relevance does this result have for Canada involvement in international competition, and what does it mean for the role of women in traditional male dominated sports?
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