At the women's world hockey championships, Canada stunned the United States 5-1 on Aug. 26, CBC.ca reported.
Jamie Lee Rattray scored twice for the Canadian team as the U.S. squad's win streak ended at 29 games. It was Canada's largest margin of victory against the Americans since a 5-1 win Oct. 25, 2017 in Boston.
Canada topped Pool A with a 4-0 record, ahead of defending champion United States, who finished at 3-1.
Both teams advanced to the quarterfinals.