Forty Canada's National Women's Development Team candidates are off to Calgary for selection camp Aug. 10-18 before a final roster is selected to join the senior women's team for a three-game series.
Eighty of Canada's top young female players take to the ice for camps Aug. 10-18, with National Women's Development Team hopefuls in Calgary and National Women's Under-18 Team candidates in Rockland.
Eight under-18 and seven under-22/development netminders are coming to Hockey Canada’s home arena in Calgary this June to take part in on- and off- ice sessions at Canada’s National Women’s Program goaltending camp.
Six players who helped Canada win gold at the 2013 Meco Cup in January are among the 43 who will gather in Toronto this weekend for Canada’s National Women’s Under-22/Development Team conditioning camp.
Carly Mercer scored twice, including the game-winner, Jordan Krause and Ashleigh Brykaliuk also had goals, and Vickie Lemire added two assists as White earned its first intrasquad win at selection camp with a victory over Black. 
Laura Stacey scored just 44 seconds into overtime, Sarah Lefort had a goal and an assist in regulation time and 11 players had recorded at least a point to help Black to its second win over White in as many tries at selection camp.
Jamie Lee Rattray started the scoring less than three minutes into the first period and Rebecca Kohler got the game-winner just shy of the midway mark of the third as Black knocked off White to open selection camp in Calgary.
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