Hockey: Women's Hockey: A Game Of Their Own

The U.S. women's hockey team is on a mission, but the players are having fun anyway

You didn't need a name like Wayne or Eric or Jaromir to be playing hockey in the Olympics last week. You could have been Angela Ruggiero, just 18, still in high school and with no driver's license. Or Lisa Brown-Miller, 31, married back in 1995 but so busy training and touring that she hasn't had time for a honeymoon. Or Katie King, 22, and Karyn Bye, 26, the team's leading goal scorers. Or you could be named Cammi (short for Catherine) Granato and be captain of the first U.S. Olympic women's hockey team ever. At 7:39 of the first period of...

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