NORTH YORK, ON - Canadas National Womens Team concluded a week-long camp in North York, ON on Sunday, leaving for Minneapolis and the 2001 IIHF Womens World Hockey Championship which run April 2-8, 2001.
Canada has captured six consecutive World Championships (1990, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000) and sports a 30-0-0 record in the history of the tournament.
Canadas National Womens Team is in Group A, with Kazakhstan, Russia and Sweden. Group B brings together China, Finland, Germany and the host team from the United States.
An overview of the World Championship schedule follows:
|Monday, April 2nd||CANADA vs. Kazakhstan||7:30 pm (Mountain Time)||Rochester, MN|
|Tuesday, April 3rd||CANADA vs. Russia||7:30 pm (Mountain Time)||Rochester, MN|
|Thursday, April 5th||CANADA vs. Sweden||4:05 pm (Mountain Time)||Minneapolis, MN|
|Saturday, April 7th||Semi-final (A1 vs. B2)
Semi-final (B1 vs. A2)
|3:05 pm (Mountain Time)
7:35 pm (Mountain Time)
|Sunday, April 8th||Bronze medal final
Gold medal final
|2:05 pm (Mountain Time)
6:00 pm (Mountain Time)
TSN and RDS will be broadcasting the semi-final game and the medal game involving Canada.
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