Rebecca Johnston of Canada scores a goal against Florence Schelling of Switzerland. (Martin Rose / Getty Images / February 8, 2014)

SOCHI, Russia - Swiss goalie Florence Schelling did all she could, but Canada was too much for Switzerland in a 5-0 victory in the opening game for each team in the women's hockey tournament.

Jocelyne Larocque, Tara Watchorn, Hayley Wickenheiser, Marie-Philip Poulin and Rebecca Johnston scored for Canada against Schelling, who made an amazing 64 saves as Canada outshot the Swiss, 69-14.

Goalie Charline Labonte earned the shutout for Canada, the three-time defending champion.


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