2008-09 National Women's Team

 

WHITE 13 - RED 10
INTER-SQUAD | FRI. JAN. 30

Gillian Ferrari scored once and added two assists as Red earned a split of the intersquad games with a 13-10 win over White on Friday. Sarah Vaillancourt finished with a goal and assist in the win.

 

DAVIDSON NAMED ONE OF CANADA’S MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMEN IN SPORT

For the third time, National Women’s Team head coach Melody Davidson has been named one of the most influential women in Canadian sport. Davidson also made the list in 2006 and 2007. » more

 

RED 9 - WHITE 11
INTER-SQUAD | THU. JAN. 29

Carla MacLeod and Meaghan Mikkelson scored in the pre-game shootout to help White to an 11-9 win over Red on Thursday. Gillian Apps and Jayna Hefford had a goal and assist each in the win.

 

CANADA 4 – RED DEER OPT. REBELS 2
EXHIBITION | WED. JAN. 28

Seventeen-year-olds Brianne Jenner and Marie-Philip Poulin combined for three goals as Canada earned a 4-2 win over the Red Deer Optimist Rebels on Wednesday night at Red Deer Arena.

 

JENNER WRAPS UP WHIRLWIND
JANUARY IN CALGARY

She has been to Toronto, Füssen, Germany and now Calgary, all within the space of four weeks. Crazy for some, but it’s just another month in the hockey career of Brianne Jenner. » more

 

CANADA 6 – CALGARY NORTHSTARS 3
EXHIBITION | TUE. JAN. 27

Caroline Ouellette scored twice and Canada opened up a three-goal second period lead en route to a win over the Calgary Northstars on Tuesday night at Father David Bauer Arena.

 

MARIN HOPES TO COMPLETE
RARE OLYMPIC DOUBLE

One Olympics down, one to go for Noémie Marin, who hopes to become just the fifth Canadian athlete to participate in both Summer and Winter Games in Vancouver next year. » more

 

NATIONAL WOMEN’S TEAM
HOPEFULS GATHER IN CALGARY

Twenty-four of the country’s top women’s players will be in Calgary from January 25-30 for Canada’s National Women’s Team January training camp. The camp will be the final time players are together before the roster for 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championship is announced in early March. » more

 

DAVIDSON TO LEAD CANADA
FOR NEXT TWO SEASONS

Melody Davidson has been announced as the head coach of Canada’s National Women’s Team for the next two seasons, including the 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championship in Finland and the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. Davidson coached Canada to Olympic gold in 2006 in Turin, Italy. » more

 

 

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André Brin Director, Communications | Directeur, relations médias