The team met with the Duchess after their win.
“She gave me a little hug and just said I was really brave.” said Walsh, who was playing with a broken jaw. “She loves watching. It’s brilliant to have her in the crowd. It’s good for our sport, it’s a good promotion. She’s a good ambassador for hockey — she gets hockey out there for a different set of people. Hopefully we can get more and more people picking up sticks. If she’s coming to watch then it must be good”By CTVOlympics.ca (via a-royal-love-affair)