Meghan Duggan, a champion across women's hockey, retires
FILE - In this March 3, 2018, file photo, Meghan Duggan, of the gold medal-winning U.S. women's Olympic hockey team, listens to a question from the media before an outdoor NHL hockey game between the Washington Capitals and the Toronto Maple Leafs in Annapolis, Md. U.S. women's hockey captain Duggan announced her retirement Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, after a career in which she won the 2018 Olympic gold medal and seven world championship golds. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)In the midst of the U.S. women's hockey national team fighting for better wages and equitable support, Meghan Duggan got on the phone with every player to explain what it was all about. She had 19 points in 26 games over four in the Canadian Women's Hockey League and 36 more during two in the National Women's Hockey League. Because of her accomplishments from the boardroom to the locker room and on the ice, Duggan will likely soon be a part of at least the U.S. Hockey and International Ice Hockey Federation Halls of Fame.