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Canada’s Olympic champion women’s soccer and hockey teams were arguably the country’s biggest stories in Tokyo and Beijing, respectively.
They’re both in action this weekend, along with another promising national team. Here’s what you should know:
The game we’ve all been waiting for at the world championships is finally going down on Sunday. Hopefully.
After neither Canada nor the U.S. received much of a scare in the quarter-finals, they’ll return for semifinal matchups on Saturday that don’t appear too frightening either. The Canadians will meet a Swiss side at 12 p.m. ET that played tough in a 4-1 loss to Canada earlier in the tournament, but may be without captain Lara Stalder and top scorer Alina Müller because of COVID-19. The…