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Angela James

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Angela James is a legendary name among Canadian women’s hockey. The decision to leave her off the roster of the 1998 Olympic Team was as controversial as the decision to leave Mark Messier off the men’s team that year. James was a member of Canada’s gold medal teams at each of the previous four Women’s World Championships. She was Canada’s leading scorer with eleven goals at the 1990 Women’s World Championship and was an All-Star forward in 1992. James had also been a top Canadian scoring threat at the 1994 and 1997 World Championships and represented her country at the Pacific Rim Championship in 1996. Since her retirement, James has become a sport coordinator for Seneca College. Angela James became the first ever woman was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame when she was inducted alongside Cammi Granato in 2010.