The pride of Bruderheim can add another World Championship to her list of growing achievements. 

Emerance Maschmeyer, who played goal for Team Canada's national women's team, became a world champion after the Canadians defeated the Americans in the finals last Sunday (Sept. 4).

Maschmeyer might not have been in the net for the final game, but she did play in two games throughout the tournament. The first was a dominant 9-0 shut-out win over Japan, while the other was a hard-fought 5-2 loss against the USA in round-robin play. 

She finished the tournament stopping 35 of the 39 shots she faced in those two games. 

The gold medal will go into an impressive trophy case for the 27-year-old. Maschmeyer is also an Olympic gold medalist, helping Canada win it all at the 2022 Beijing Olympics in February. 

This is Canada's second consecutive gold medal finish at the Women's World Championships and 12th overall.