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Catching US, Canada requires cash, people and 1 great game

The United States and Canada have dominated since women's hockey was added to the Winter Olympics in 1998. But now China is investing in the sport, and Finland believes it has the best chance to pull off an upset at the 2018 Games in February.        
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