From her days in the Danvers' youth league, where she started at just 3 years old alongside all boys, to competing in three Olympics with the U.S. national team, hockey has always been a big part of Meghan Duggan's life. She's trailblazed a path of excellence over the years that has included seven gold medals at the Women’s World Championships, two Olympic silver medals, and leading the U.S. Women’s Hockey team to its first gold medal in 20 years. She joined Jim Braude to reflect on personal and career highlights following her recent retirement announcement.