2016 National Women's Under-18 Championship

2016 National Women's Under-18 Championship
Two power play goals in a 23-second span at the end of the second period drove Ontario Red to its 10th gold medal all time at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Alex Allan led the way with a pair of goals as British Columbia won the bronze medal at the 2016 U18 nationals.
A 31-save performance by gold-medal-winning goaltender Danika Ranger earned her top spot among Sunday’s three stars.
A step back in time let Maria Dominico move forward as a player and set herself up for a future on and off the ice.
She found success with Alberta as a player; now Carla MacLeod is stepping into her first head coaching role at U18 nationals.
Age really is just a number for Brooke Hobson, who’s always been among the youngest, no matter what sport she’s playing.
Once a junior ambassador for Quebec, Mikayla Capelle is back at the U18 national championship to play for British Columbia.
National Women’s Team alumna Colleen Sostorics proudly passes the torch to the next generation of Saskatchewan players.
Seventeen forwards, six defencemen, one goaltender…these players are ready to make their marks this week in Regina.
Led by No. 1 pick Kayla Tutino, four of the first five selections were alumnae of the National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
An all-Ontario showdown highlights the opening day of the 2016 National Women’s Under-18 Championship in Regina, Sask.
A record-setting period advanced Ontario Red to the gold medal game.
D’Astous-Moreau had 31 saves to advance Quebec to the gold medal game.
Greig scored the game-winner to secure fifth place for Alberta.
Wabick scored four times and Manitoba clinched seventh place.
Three points from Lexie Adzija lifted Ontario Red to its third win.
Helen Markovic scored the game-winner on a penalty shot in the third.
A sixth-round shootout goal from Taylor Wabick won it for Manitoba.
Beres, Vorster and Knowles scored as B.C. advanced to the semifinals.
A 24-save shutout by Tristyn Elford gave Ontario Blue its first win.
Four different players found the back of the net for Quebec.
Maltais and Tait each scored twice; Ontario Red got its second win.
Sawka and Meropoulis scored as Alberta won its first of the week.
Burke made 28 saves to earn the shutout for the host team.
Watts scored twice as Ontario Red defeated its provincial rival.
Fillion and David led the way for Quebec with two goals each.
Gaudet scored the game-winner with 1:39 remaining in regulation.
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2016 NWU18C - BC 5 – ON-B 3 (Bronze)
Allan had a pair of goals as B.C. won its second U18 nationals medal.
2016 NWU18C - ON-R 4 – QUE 1 (Gold)
Ontario Red won its 10th gold medal all time at the U18 nationals.
2016 NWU18C - ALB 6, SSK 4 (5th Place)
Greig scored the game-winner to secure fifth place for Alberta.
2016 NWU18C - QUE 3 – ON-B 0 (Semifinal)
D’Astous-Moreau had 31 saves to advance Quebec to the gold medal game.
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