Canada-US ice hockey rivalry ends as former captains have child together
Caroline Ouellette, Canada’s Olympic captain, and Julie Chu who led US, celebrate birth of Liv Chu-Ouellette, who weighs in at seven pounds three ounces
They have battled three times for Olympic gold, racing across the ice as part of women’s hockey’s most heated rivalry. On Monday, the former rivals – who have captained national hockey teams for Canada and the US – announced the birth of their daughter.Liv Chu-Ouellette, seven pounds and three ounces, was born earlier this month to parents Caroline Ouellette, the captain of Canada’s team at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi and, Julie Chu, who led the American team from 2011 to 2013. “I feel tru...
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