After taking silver when women's hockey made its long-awaited debut at the Olympic Winter Games in 1998, Canada ran off a record-setting 24-game winning streak at the Games from 2002 to 2018, winning four-consecutive gold medals in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014. It returned to the top of the podium with a record-setting performance in 2022.

Olympic Winter Games (Women)
Beijing, CHN
February 4-10, 2022
PyeongChang, KOR
February 9-25, 2018
Sochi, RUS
February 7-23, 2014
Vancouver, B.C.
February 12-28, 2010
Turin, ITA
February 10-26, 2006
All-Time Results
Year Gold Silver Bronze CAN Location
2022 CAN USA FIN 1st Beijing, CHN
2018 USA CAN FIN 2nd PyeongChang, KOR
2014 CAN USA SUI 1st Sochi, RUS
2010 CAN USA FIN 1st Vancouver, B.C.
2006 CAN SWE USA 1st Turin, ITA
2002 CAN USA SWE 1st Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 USA CAN FIN 2nd Nagano, JPN
2022 OLYW: CAN 3 – USA 2 (Gold Medal)
Poulin scored twice, helping Canada to its fifth Olympic gold medal.
2022 OLYW: CAN 10 – SUI 3 (Semifinal)
Poulin scored twice to help Canada advance to another gold medal game.
2022 OLYW: CAN 11 – SWE 0 (Quarterfinal)
Jenner and Fillier scored hat tricks to send Canada to the semifinals.
2022 OLYW: CAN 4 – USA 2 (Preliminary)
Desbiens made a historic 51 saves and Jenner scored twice in the win.