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USA Hockey Announces Women's Roster for 2022 Winter Olympic Games

The defending gold medal champions has its 23-player roster set for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, set for Beijing, China.

The lineup is set.

The United States women's national hockey team will look to defend gold in Beijing, China in February, with the team naming its 23-player roster during the second intermission of the NHL's Winter Classic on Saturday evening.

It's an experienced group, with 15 players having participated in at least one Olympic tournament. Hilary Knight leads the way with three Olympic appearances, while Amanda Kessel, Alex Carpenter, Brianna Decker and Lee Stecklein have both participated twice.

USA has medaled in every Olympic tournament since women's hockey was added in 1998, winning the inaugural event before beating Canada in a shootout in South Korea in 2018. USA's Olympic journey will officially begin on Feb. 3 against Finland after months of preparation during the team's extended centralization period.



#29 Nicole Hensley
#33 Alex Cavallini
#35 Maddie Rooney


#2 Lee Stecklein
#3 Cayla Barnes
#4 Caroline Harbey
#5 Megan Keller
#9 Megan Bozek
#15 Savannah Harmon
#19 Jincy Dunne


#11 Abby Roque
#12 Kelly Pannek
#13 Grace Zumwinkle
#14 Brianna Decker
#16 Hayley Scamurra
#18 Jesse Compher
#20 Hannah Brandt
#21 Hilary Knight
#24 Dani Cameranesi 
#25 Alex Carpenter
#26 Kendall Coyne Schofield
#28 Amanda Kessel
#37 Abbey Murphy


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