2009 IIHF World Women's Championship

 

CANADA 1 - UNITED STATES 4
GOLD MEDAL | SUN. APR. 12

Jennifer Botterill scored the lone goal for the Canadians, who settled for silver for the second year in a row at the world championship. Botterill’s goal tied the game early in the second period before the Americans scored the game’s final three goals.

 

UNITED STATES 1 - CANADA 2
PLAYOFF | FRI. APR. 10

Caroline Ouellette’s second-period goal was the winner as Canada topped the Americans in a gold medal game preview. Jennifer Botterill also scored, while Canadian veteran Jayna Hefford earned her 200th international point, the third Canadian to do so.

 

CANADA AND UNITED STATES TO
FACE-OFF IN 2009-10 SERIES

Canada’s National Women’s Team will face the United States’ Women’s National Team in a series of six exhibition games, as well as during the 2009 Hockey Canada Cup, ahead of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C. Each country will host three of the six games. » more

 

CANADA 8 – FINLAND 0
PLAYOFF | WED. APR. 8

Kim St-Pierre made 15 saves for her second shutout in as many starts as Canada kicked off the playoff round with a blanking of the host country. Jennifer Boterill scored twice for the Canadians, while Marie-Philip Poulin chipped in with a goal and two assists.

 

IIHF SAYS ONE REFEREE ENOUGH FOR WOMEN’S GAME

Next year's Olympic men's hockey final in Vancouver will have two referees while the women's gold-medal game will likely just have one. And according to the International Ice Hockey Federation, that's the way it should be, at least for now. » more

 

CANADA 7 – SWEDEN 0
PRELIMINARY | MON. APR. 6

Carla MacLeod scored once and added four assists as Canada wrapped up a perfect preliminary round with a win over Sweden. Seven different players scored goals and 13 had at least one point, while Kim St-Pierre made 18 saves for the shutout in the Canadian goal.

 

2009 IIHF WORLD WOMEN'S
CHAMPIONSHIP STATS

Hockeycanada.ca is the home of Canada’s National Women’s Team. Are you looking for 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championship tournament statistics, rosters, game summaries, and lots more? Then visit the official event site at iihf.com.

     
     
 

CANADA’S WOMEN’S WORLDS ROSTER ANNOUNCED
Sixteen players from Canada’s 2008 silver medal-winning team will look to take a step up the podium at the 2009 IIHF World Women’s Championship in Finland. » more | roster

 

 



2009 IIHF World Women's Championship
Apr. 4 CHN 1 - CAN 13 | Preliminary
Apr. 6 CAN 7 - SWE 0 | Preliminary
Apr. 8 CAN 8 - FIN 0 | Playoff
Apr. 10 USA 1 - CAN 2 | Playoff
Apr. 12 USA 4 - CAN 1 | Gold Medal
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