Canada's fiercest women's hockey players from 1998 to 2006 were on the Canadian Olympic Women's Hockey Team at least one of those years. They were:
Sami Jo Small
Tammy Lee Shewchuk
Canadian Women's Hockey League was created in 2007.
Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey was created in 1997.
Canada women's national ice hockey team won the silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
At this time the women's ice hockey competition has not completed. Canadian ice hockey player Carla MacLeod was a member of the 2006 Canadian Olympic team that won the gold medal. She is also a member of the 2010 Canadian women's hockey team that will play in the Olympics.
Yes, it's called the CWHL (Canadian Women's Hockey League) It's being revamped for the 2010-2011 season. This league is formally called the NWHL (National Women's Hockey League).
Meghan's first Olympics were the 2006 Winter Games in Turin where she won gold with the Canadian women's ice hockey team. She also won gold with the Canadian women's ice hockey team at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.
Ice Hockey: 1998 Winter Games in Nagano. Field Hockey: 1980 Summer Games in Moscow.
Women is plural. The singular form is woman. One woman, two women. If you see "womens" , it is referring to the possessive and should be "Women's", as in "Canadian Olympic Women's Hockey Team".
Hockey or women's field hockey was won by the Netherlands
Tricia Dunn has written: 'Gold medal ice hockey for women and girls' -- subject(s): Hockey for women, Hockey for girls, Women hockey players
Women began playing hockey because hockey is an incredibly enjoyable game to play.