2009 IIHF World Women's U-18 Championship

CANADA 2 - UNITED STATES 3 (OT)
GOLD MEDAL | SAT. JAN. 10

Jessica Wong’s goal with less than eight minutes to go forced overtime, but Canada settled for women’s under-18 silver for the second year in a row, falling again to the Americans in the gold medal game.

 

CANADA 6 - SWEDEN 1
SEMIFINAL | FRI. JAN. 9

Melodie Daoust had a hat trick and added an assist as Canada advanced to the gold medal game for the second time in as many years with a 6-1 win over a pesky Swedish side in Friday’s semifinal.

 

SEND GOOD LUCK WISHES
TO TEAM CANADA

Canada is off to the semifinals at the 2009 IIHF World Women’s U18 Championship, just two wins from gold! Send your good luck wishes to the players and staff and help them as they go for gold.

 

CANADA 13 - CZECH REPUBLIC 0
PRELIMINARY | WED. JAN. 7

Marie-Philip Poulin had two goals and two assists while Saige Pacholok and Jessica Wong finishing with four assists apiece as Canada wrapped up first place in Group B with a 13-0 blanking of the Czechs.

 

FINLAND 0 - CANADA 6
PRELIMINARY | TUE. JAN. 6

Marie-Philip Poulin scored one goal and set up two others as Canada moved to 2-0 in Group B action with a shutout win. Cassie Seguin made 11 saves to blank the Finns in her tournament debut.

 

CANADA 16 - SWITZERLAND 1
PRELIMINARY | MON. JAN. 5

Casandra Langan scored four goals and Jamie Lee Rattray had three of her own as Canada opened the world championship with a romp over Switzerland. Canada outshot the Swiss 80-7 in the victory.

 

CANADA 9 – YORK U. 0
EXHIBITION | TUE. DEC. 30

Captain Brianne Jenner finished with two goals and three assists as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team scored its second exhibition win in as many nights, topping York University 9-0. Roxanne Douville made 20 saves for the shutout.

 

CANADA 10 – U. OF TORONTO 0
EXHIBITION | MON. DEC. 29

Marie-Philip Poulin and Laurie Kingsbury scored a pair of goals apiece as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team opened exhibition play with a 10-0 victory over the University of Toronto. Nine players had multiple points in the win.

 

WOMEN’S U18 TEAM TO PLAY
EXHIBITION GAMES IN TORONTO

Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team will play a pair of pre-competition games at the University of Toronto against CIS teams before departing for the 2009 IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship in Germany. » schedule

 

ROSTER ANNOUNCED FOR
WOMEN’S UNDER-18 WORLDS

Three players from 2008’s silver-medal-winning team were among the eighteen returning players from the August series against the United States named to the 20-player National Women’s Under-18 Team roster announced Friday. » more | roster

 

 

For more information:
Kalli Quinn Director, Female National Teams | Équipes nationales féminines