In a rematch of the 2011 Women's World Cup final, the U.S. women will face Japan tonight for the FIFA Women's World Cup Championship. Japan beat the U.S. for the title in 2011, but the U.S. came back to top Japan in 2012 for Olympic gold. Tonight's game will be the first repeat final in Women's World Cup history.
The Minnesota Wild have re-signed top center Mikael Granlund to a 2-year contract worth $6 million. He'll receive $2.8 Million the first year and $3.2 Million in 2016-2017. Grandlund had 39 points this past season with 8 goals and 31 assists for the Wild.
The U.S. Women's Soccer team will face Germany in the World Cup semifinals tonight in Montreal at 6 CT PM on FOX. Japan and England face off tomorrow evening in the other semifinal match -- with the winners playing for the 2015 FIFA title Sunday at 6 PM CT back on FOX.
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