2015-16 National Women's Team

2015-16 National Women's Team
Emerance Maschmeyer showed why she was named Top Goaltender, making 33 saves, but Canada fell to the U.S. in a 1-0 overtime thriller in the women’s worlds final.
Five Team Canada jerseys, autographed by all 23 members of the Canadian contingent in Kamloops, are up for eBay auction.
Get behind-the-scenes access to Team Canada at the 2016 IIHF Women’s World Championship as it chases gold on home ice.
The Hockey Canada president and CEO talks about women’s worlds, the growth of the game, and his history with Kamloops.
In her eighth IIHF Women’s World Championship, Charline Labonté is relishing the chance to be a mentor.
Big brother Bronson has a place in Kamloops hockey history, now it’s Emerance’s turn at women’s worlds.
A women’s hockey renaissance has put 10 Manitobans on national teams this season, including four at women’s worlds.
Danielle Dubé backstopped UBC to CIS nationals this year. As a 40-year-old. Almost 20 years after winning worlds gold.
A short-term plan turned into a two-year Scandinavian sojourn for Jennifer Wakefield, changing her game, and her life.
CWHL Defenceman of the Year and a finalist for MVP, Laura Fortino is riding a wave of confidence into women’s worlds.
With her fellow Atlantic Canadians along for the ride, Blayre Turnbull is making her women’s worlds debut in Kamloops.
CIS. NCAA. CHL. Canada’s assistant coaches aren’t short on experience – or success – at every level.
There’s no time like the present to plan for the future, and Lauriane Rougeau got a helping hand from Hockey Canada.
Anna Gudlaugsdottir has come a long way – 5,453 km from Reykjavik to Kamloops – to volunteer at women’s worlds.
Don Simmons is quickly crossing the marquee tournaments in women’s hockey off his list, including women’s worlds.
From dinners in Salmon Arm, to taiko drummers in Kamloops, the Japanese have been well taken care of at women’s worlds.
Canada’s Tournament Capital is living up to its name, hosting women’s worlds, B.C. provincials and the Western Shield.
Natalie Spooner had a hat trick to send Canada to the gold medal game at the women’s worlds.
Jennifer Wakefield had four points, and Canada moved into semifinals at the women’s worlds.
Canada got offence from its defence in a six-goal second period to earn a women’s worlds win.
Emerance Maschmeyer finished with 35 saves, but Canada fell in its women’s worlds opener.
Rebecca Johnston had a hat trick in her 100th international game to lead the way for Canada.
2016-17 NWT - WHT 3 – RED 2 (Intrasquad)
Daoust tipped in a late winner to help White to an intrasquad split.
2016-17 NWT - WHT 5 – Flames AAA 4 (Intrasquad)
Johnston scored a natural hat trick and Potomak netted the winner.
2016-17 NWT - RED 4 – Royals AAA 1 (Intrasquad)
Wakefield scored twice while Maschmeyer and Howe stopped 25 shots.
2016-17 NWT - RED 4 – WHT 2 (Intrasquad)
A three-goal third period helped Red to a come-from-behind victory.
R Player Goals Assists PTS
1. Rebecca Johnston 2 5 7
2. Jennifer Wakefield 3 3 6
2. Natalie Spooner 3 3 6
2. Marie-Philip Poulin 2 4 6
3. Brianne Jenner 1 4 5
4. Laura Fortino 1 2 3
4. Jillian Saulnier 1 2 3
4. Blayre Turnbull 1 2 3
5. Brigette Lacquette 0 2 2
5. Meaghan Mikkelson 2 0 2
R Player GAA SV %
1. Alex Rigsby 0.45 .982
2. Emerance Maschmeyer 1.25 .956
3. Charline Labonté 2.00 .879
4. Anni Keisala 3.00 .889
5. Meeri Räisänen 4.99 .884
6. Anna Prugova 7.59 .813
7. Maria Sorokina 8.26 .706

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