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The sixth sanctioned Women's World Hockey Championship, held in Ontario, Canada April 4-9, 2000. This tournament served as the main qualifier for the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. The top six finishers (Canada, United States, Finland, Sweden, China, and Russia) qualified. The remaining two teams will be determined at a tournament held in February, 2001.

Pool A Final Standings

Top two teams (*) in each group after preliminary round-robin advance to the medal round.

*United States3-0-06354

Medal Round

Canada 3Finland 2
United States 7 Sweden 1
Bronze Medal: Finland 7Sweden 1
Gold Medal: Canada 3United States 2

Relegation Round

China 3Germany 0
Russia 8 Japan 4

Scoring Leaders

Krissy Wendell, USA5211136
Stephanie O'Sullivan, USA557122
Karyn Bye, USA582102
Alana Blahoski, USA57290
Jayna Hefford, Canada55384
Brandy Fisher, USA53580
Natalie Darwitz, USA526818
A.J. Mleczko, USA51782
Hayley Wickenheiser, Canada51784
Seven tied with 7 points each.

Goaltending Leaders

(At least 120 minutes)GmMinSv%GAA
Sarah Tueting, USA2120.9440.50
Sami Jo Small, Canada3150.9570.80
Kim St. Pierre, Canada3150.9351.20
Hong Guo, China5220.9411.64
Tuula Puputti, Finland4238.9262.27

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