2005-06 National Women's Under-22 Team

2006 AIR CANADA CUP 
CANADA 4 - GERMANY 6

The final game of this event featured a full house, close to 3000 spectators, two live bands, disco balls on the ceiling and a very loud pro-German crowd and was all about specialty teams. » more

 

2006 AIR CANADA CUP 
CANADA 10 - SWISS 1

Day 2 of the European Air Canada Cup opened with Canada playing Switzerland, who had the tougher schedule having played Germany at 8 p.m. the evening before. » more

 

2006 AIR CANADA CUP
CANADA 4 - FINLAND 1

The 2006 European Air Canada Cup kicked off today in Ravensburg, Germany with Canada’s Under 22 team meeting Finland’s Under 21 team in the opening match of the tournament. » more

 

2006 AIR CANADA CUP 
CANADA 2 - GERMANY 0

After over 18 hours of traveling and a couple of practices Canada played their first game of their European trip, defeating Germany 2-0 in an exhibition game in Heilbronn, Germany in front of over a 1000 loyal German supports and a small, but very vocal contingent of Canadian families. » more

 

NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-22 ROSTER ANNOUNCED

CALGARY – Hockey Canada announced on Sunday its roster of 22 players that will make up Canada’s National Women’s Under-22 team that will play against Canada’s National Women’s Olympic Centralized Team in a three-game series in Calgary at Father David Bauer Arena on August 23, 25, 26, 2005. The games open to the public, no charge.

18 of Canada’s Under-22 players were selected out of 40 players that took part in a Hockey Canada evaluation camp in Calgary, AB from August 15-20.

 

TEAM WHITE NOT AS LUCKY IN SECOND OVERTIME DRAMA WITH FINLAND

For the second consecutive day, the outcome was decided by a shootout at Father David Bauer arena as Team Finland posted their first victory of the week by edging the Under 22 White team. » summary

OVERTIME DRAMA AS TEAM RED EDGES FINLAND

CALGARY, ALBERTA – There was lots of drama at Father David Bauer arena on Thursday afternoon as Team Red posted a shootout victory over Team Finland. » summary

 

TEAM RED REMAINS UNDEFEATED

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Team Red took advantage of two quick goals by Hayley McMeekin and Tia Hanson in the latter part of the third to claim victory in the first match up of the week between the two Canadian Under 22 squads. » summary

 

U22 TEAM WHITE HANDS FINLAND SECOND LOSS

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Monkey see, monkey do. The second half of Canada's under-22 women, Team White, continued where Team Red left off and beat Finland's national women's team 3-2. » summary

 

TEAM RED BEATS FINLAND'S SENIOR TEAM 4-3

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Team Red, comprised one half of Canada's best female under-22 players, beat Finland's senior women's team 4-3 in the opener of an exhibition series Monday night in Calgary, AB. » summary

 

NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-22 DEVELOPMENT CAMP BEGINS,
AUGUST 15 IN CALGARY

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Forty of Canada’s best women’s hockey players under 22 years old are in Calgary, AB from August 15-21, 2005 for Canada’s National Under-22 team Development and Selection Camp/Tournament. » more

 

CANADA U-22 vs. FINLAND
Game Schedule (August 15-20, 2005)

FATHER DAVID BAUER ARENA, CALGARY, AB
* ALL GAMES ARE OPEN
TO THE PUBLIC FREE CHARGE


Monday, August 15 @ 4:15 pm (MT)
Canada U22 Red vs Finland

Tuesday, August 16 @ 4:00 pm (MT)
Canada U22 White vs Finland

Wednesday, August 17 @ 4:00 pm (MT)
Canada U22 White vs Canada U22 Red

Thursday, August 18 @ 4:15 pm (MT)
Canada U22 Red vs Finland

Friday, August 19 @ 4:15 pm (MT)
Canada U22 White vs Finland

Saturday, August 20 @ 3:15 pm (MT)
Canada U22 White vs Canada U22 Red

 

LISA JORDAN NAMED HEAD COACH OF CANADA’S 2005-06 NATIONAL UNDER-22 TEAM; ASSISTANT COACHES, SUPPORT STAFF AND CAMP ROSTER ALSO NAMED

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Hockey Canada announced on Wednesday that Lisa Jordan, assistant coach with the Women’s Under-22 program the past two seasons as Lisa McDonald, has been named the Head Coach of Canada’s National Women’s Under-22 team for the 2005-06 season. » more

CANADA’S NATIONAL U-22 CONDITIONING CAMP

CALGARY, AB – The Development and Selection Camp is being held in Calgary, AB from August 12-21. The camp will conclude with a three games versus the National Women’s Team on August 23, 25, and 26.

The Under-22 Team only international competition will be at the European Air Canada Cup in Germany from January 1-8, 2006.

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