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"The Olympics is our Stanley Cup," says Melody Davidson, referring to the famed trophy men joyfully lift above their heads when they win the NHL play-offs. Davidson coached the Canadian women to Olympic gold in both 2006 and 2010.
"It’s our top end. There are world championships, but who’s kidding who? Countries want that Olympic medal to brag about and athletes want it around their necks.
"It’s such a different world in the men’s game with the professional ranks and the money involved - the games are not the same in a lot of areas. The game on the ice is relatively similar, but so many things behind the scenes are different."
Taylor Crosby has this routinely rubbed in her face, given the regularity with which her brother wins the many lucrative tournaments and awards the men’s game has to offer.
"It’s a bit frustrating," she admits, "but maybe one day there will be a female National Hockey League."