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Hayley Wickenheiser

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"A hockey heroine goes to boys camp." Maclean's (June 8, 1998): 37.

"Canada Beats United States." Cincinnati Post (November 11, 2002): C7.

"Canada Captures Four Nations Cup." Seattle Post-Intelligencer (November 11, 2002): D13.

"Canada Defeats U.S. In Four Nations Cup." New York Times (November 11, 2002): D11.

"Canada rallies, finishes Finns." Detroit News (February 20, 2002): 8.

"Canada's Wickenheiser Is a Cousin of Ex-Blues Star." St Louis Post-Dispatch (February 21, 2002): D1.

Chere, Rich. "Role player is now an international star." Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) (February 8, 1998): 11.

Chere, Rich. "Team USA relieved to say bye to Sweden." Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ) (February 10, 1998): 56.

Cristodero, Damian. "Espo's at it again." St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, FL) (November 3, 2002): 5C.

Duhatschek, Eric. "ECHL Tough Place for a Lady." Cincinnati Post (October 31, 2002): C1.

Frei, Terry. "Women's gold-medal game: Canada 3, United States 2.

#x201D; Denver Post (February 22, 2002): C1.

"Hayley Wickenheiser: Ready for Men's League?" Detroit Free Press (November 7, 2002).

"Japanese no match for Canadian women's team." Tampa Tribune (February 9, 1998): 10.

Jollimore, Mary. "Double Play: The best female hockey player in the world plays softball too." Time International (September 11, 2000): 50.

Naylor, David. "Cyclones invite woman to try out." Cincinnati Post (October 31, 2002).

Paul, Tony. "Beacons show interest in female player." Times Herald (Port Huron, MI) (October 31, 2002): 1C.

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