Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Women's Hockey, Ice Dance Highlight Canada's Action in Day 11 of Sochi Games

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Women's Hockey, Ice Dance Highlight Canada's Action in Day 11 of Sochi Games

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A look at 5 things to watch in Sochi

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SOCHI, Russia - Five things to watch on Day 11 of the Sochi Olympics:

SHELLING SCHELLING -- Expect Canada's offence to show Swiss goaltender Florence Schelling a lot of rubber in Monday's Olympic women's hockey semifinal. Schelling was in goal when the teams met in the round-robin and faced 69 shots. She held her own though, making 64 saves in a 5-0 loss. Canada is looking for its fourth Olympic gold medal in a row.

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RIVALRY RENEWED -- Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will face off with American rivals Meryl Davis and Charlie White one last time in Monday's free dance. Virtue and Moir defeated Davis and White for the gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Games. But the Americans have been the better pair of late and lead by 2.56 points after the short dance.

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QUEST FOR PERFECTION -- Jennifer Jones and her Winnipeg rink can finish the round-robin of the women's Olympic curling tournament with a perfect record of they beat South Korea. …

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