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2022 Winter Olympics: See all the women’s hockey results

Team USA's Savannah Harmon shoots past the Czech Republic's goalie, Klara Peslarova, during the Americans' quarterfinal win.ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images

The US women’s hockey team was one win away from gold at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

The Americans were looking to repeat as gold medalists, but once again, ran into Canada. For the fourth straight Olympics, the two teams played in the final.

Here’s all the results.

2022 Winter Olympics: Women’s ice hockey results

(All times eastern)

Quarterfinals

United States 4, Czech Republic 1 (read more here)

Canada 11, Sweden 0

Switzerland 4, ROC 2

Finland 7, Japan 1

Semifinals

Canada 10, Switzerland 3 (Read more here)

US 4, Finland 1 (Read more here)

Bronze medal game

Finland 4, Switzerland 0

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Gold medal game

Canada 3, US 2

How we got here

The US knew it would advance because of the structure of the pools.

The US was among the Group A teams (along with Canada, Finland, ROC, and Switzerland), and all of them were moving on to the quarterfinals.

Japan, China, the Czech Republic, Sweden, and Denmark competed in Group B, and the top three — Japan, Sweden, and the Czech Republic — advanced to the quarterfinals.

Olympics: Women’s ice hockey history

Women’s ice hockey debuted at the Games in 1998, with six teams competing. From 2002 through 2018, eight teams participated.

This year, 10 teams were in the competition.

Here’s the Americans’ history

Nagano 1998: Gold

3-1 win over Canada, Finland beats China 4-1 for bronze

Salt Lake City 2002: Silver

3-2 loss to Canada, Sweden beats Finland 2-1 for bronze

Turin 2006: Bronze

4-0 win over Finland; Canada beats Sweden 4-1 for gold

Vancouver 2010: Silver

2-0 loss to Canada, Finland beats Sweden 3-2 (OT) for bronze

Sochi 2014: Silver

3-2 OT loss to Canada, Switzerland beats Finland 4-3 for bronze

PyeongChang 2018: Gold

3-2 shootout win over Canada; Finland beats ROC 3-2 for bronze


Katie McInerney can be reached at katie.mcinerney@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter at @k8tmac.