SEOUL, Jan. 18 (Yonhap) -- South Korea announced the men's and women's hockey rosters for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics on Thursday, with the women's squad subject to changes following an inter-Korean agreement on a joint team. The men's team, coached by former National Hockey League (NHL) defenseman Jim Paek, named 14 forwards, eight defensemen and three goalies. The women's team, with former Canadian star Sarah Murray at the helm, has 14 forwards, six rearguards and three goalies.
SEOUL, Jan. 18 (Yonhap) -- For decades in the National Hockey League (NHL), star goalies have put their teams on their back and carried them to great heights. Think of Ken Dryden, who lifted the Montreal Canadiens to the Stanley Cup in 1971 as a raw rookie with just six regular season games to his credit. Or another great Habs netminder, Patrick Roy, in 1986.
SEOUL, Jan. 18 (Yonhap) -- Despite facing some unexpected distractions, South Korean women's hockey team has enough talent to keep its focus on the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Sarah Murray, former Canadian star and daughter of ex-National Hockey League coach Andy Murray, announced her 23-player team on Thursday, with 14 forwards, six blueliners and three goaltenders. There's one caveat, though.
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