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Canada's National Women's Team Will Return to Canada, Via Toronto, on Sunday, April 10
April 8, 2005

LINKOPING, SWEDEN – Canada’s National Women’s Team will be arriving in Toronto, ON Sunday, April 10 at Pearson International Airport at 3:30pm (ET) on Lufthansa Flight 470.  Team Canada will be returning to Canada from the 2005 IIHF World Women’s Hockey Championship.  Canada is playing in the gold medal game on Saturday, April 9th at 2pm ET / 11am PT, which will be broadcast LIVE on TSN and RDS.

Please note: All flights listed are subject to change time/date, and subject to flight delays and last minute changes. There will be no ‘formal’ press conferences at any of the arrival airports, but players and staff will be available to media.

Team Canada’s Flight Itinerary:

Team Canada players and staff (with the exception of Wickenheiser, Labonte and Ouellette who are staying in Europe) will all be returning to Canada on Sunday, April 10th at 3:30pm ET (Lufthansa #470).

The following players will be staying in Toronto after arriving on April 10th at 3:30pm ET:

Gillian Apps, Jennifer Botterill, Correne Bredin, Cassie Campbell, Gillian Ferrari, Jayna Hefford, Becky Kellar, Cherie Piper, Cheryl Pounder, Sami Jo Small, Vicky Sunohara

All other Team Canada players and staff will be connecting to flights within Canada and the USA after arrival into Toronto.  Below is a listing of their arrival cities and arrival times on Sunday, April 10th:


Final Destination

Arrival (Local)


Team Canada players, staff

Edmonton, AB 8:20 pm AC 159 Delaney Collins, Barry Medori
Calgary, AB 8:28 pm AC 153 Kelly Bechard,  Colleen Sostorics, Mavis Wahl, Tim Bothwell, Julie Healy, Sean Kelso
Montréal, QC 7:14 pm AC 433 Danielle Goyette, Gina Kingsbury, Kim St-Pierre, Suzanne Leclerc, Peter Smith
Madison, USA 9:14 pm Continental 2382 Carla MacLeod
Boston, USA 8:13 pm AC 366 Sarah Vaillancourt
Sudbury, ON 7:09 pm AC 7815 Tessa Bonhomme
Windsor, ON 7:28 pm AC 7759 Meghan Agosta
Ithaca, USA 10:45 pm US Air 4885 Melody Davidson
Halifax, NS 10:02 pm AC 618 Lisa MacDonald

Returning from Europe April 15th – Jason Poole, Doug Stacey

Returning from Europe April 18th – Charline Labonte, Caroline Ouellette, Margot Page

Returning from Europe May 1st to Toronto, ON, May 3rd to Calgary, Hayley Wickenheiser

For more information:

André Brin
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada

Jason LaRose
Manager, Content Services
Hockey Canada

Kristen Lipscombe
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada

Keegan Goodrich
Coordinator, Media
Hockey Canada

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