There’s no one in the game quite like Marie-Philip Poulin. The 28-year-old center is the most dangerous weapon in women’s hockey, a player blessed with a superstar skill set and the work ethic of a gritty, fourth-line grinder. At the pro level, she’s the face of the game. Poulin captured the Canadian Women’s Hockey League scoring title and was named MVP in each of the past three seasons. But it’s on the international stage where she’s become a legend. Poulin scored both goals in Canada’s 2-0 over the United States in the gold-medal game at the 2010 Olympic Games in…

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