2014-15 National Women's Team
Tessa Bonhomme, who helped Canada to a gold medal on home ice at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and won a pair of gold medals at the IIHF World Women’s Championship, has announced her retirement from international hockey
Six months after Canada’s National Women’s Team won gold in Sochi, the TELUS Going Fore Gold Classic at Redtail Golf Course in London, Ont., provided an afternoon of golf and good times and raised money for the next Olympians.
After helping Team Canada to a gold medal as an assistant coach at the 2012 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship, Doug Derraugh will take the reins as head coach for the 2014-15 season.
Sarah Davis scored the lone goal for Canada’s National Women’s Team as it fell to the Phénix du Collège Esther-Blondin in its first of two exhibition games against Midget teams at training camp in Blainville, Que.
Haley Irwin’s power-play goal with 5:48 to go was the game-winner, and Geneviève Lacasse finished with 18 saves as Red closed out Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival with a victory over White in Calgary.
Laura Stacey scored twice and added an assist, and Jessica Campbell had a goal and a helper, leading Black to a win over a Junior B team from the NWCAA at Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival in Calgary.
Erin Ambrose scored the winner into an empty net with 1:02 to go and Jennifer Wakefield had a goal and assist, giving White a win over Black and its second victory in as many tries at Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival.
Rebecca Kohler had a pair of goals, including the game-winner early in the third period, and White earned a victory over Red at Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival, despite giving up three one-goal leads.
Marie-Philip Poulin scored the game-winning goal with 49 seconds left, Samantha Sutherland also found the back of the net and Red earned the first victory at Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival, beating Black.