"We were able to work through that and move through things together and be on the right side of history," Duggan stated Tuesday in revealing her retirement after 11 years with the nationwide team."She combats for our sport the method she combated on the ice to win a video game," stated Canadian protector Renata Fast, who had Duggan as an assistant coach at Clarkson University and played versus her at the Olympics. At an event in the fall of 2017 at Nike's school in Beaverton, Oregon, Duggan took copious notes when Hockey Hall of Famer and '98 gold medallist Cammi Granato was dealing with the team."It goes simply to her work ethic on the ice-- hardest worker I know," said Brianna Decker, who played with Duggan in college, the CWHL, NWHL and on the national group. Due to the fact that of her accomplishments from the conference room to the locker space and on the ice, Duggan will likely soon be a part of at least the U.S. Hockey and International Ice Hockey Federation Halls of Fame. "We were able to work through that and move through things together and be on the best side of history," Duggan stated Tuesday in revealing her retirement after 11 years with the nationwide team. At an occasion in the fall of 2017 at Nike's campus in Beaverton, Oregon, Duggan took massive notes when Hockey Hall of Famer and '98 gold medallist Cammi Granato was attending to the group."It goes just to her work ethic on the ice-- hardest employee I know," stated Brianna Decker, who played with Duggan in college, the CWHL, NWHL and on the national team.