It was a truly memorable and entertaining game.
But it made us think:
Why does the CBC not broadcast women's hockey games more often?
I mean once every 4 years at the Olympics seems like showing a lot of favouritism towards men's hockey, especially when the NHL is basically all year round when you are living in Canada.
And what is more, the broadcasting rights for Hockey Night in Canada was lost. The CBC lost the rights back in November 2013 when Rogers Telecommunications outbid them in a huge 12-year landmark deal worth $5.2 billion CDN.
A sub-licensing agreement with CBC allows the public broadcaster to continue airing "Hockey Night in Canada" on Saturday nights for four years - and then they will lose the rights to air after that.
Which to me means it is now time for Canadian women's hockey to shine.
Think of this as an opportunity for the CBC to finally - after decades of waiting - to finally broadcast women's hockey on a regular basis.
The members of many of those teams represented Canada in the Olympics. So we know they are really good at what they do.
If the CBC started broadcasting their games we would see a huge rise in attendance, more people becoming fans of CWHL, more support for women's hockey in general.
Hockey Night in Canada? I say it is past time for Women's Hockey Night in Canada.
See also: Women's Hockey in Canada at a Crossroads