2011 IIHF World Women's Championship

CANADA 2 - USA 3 (OT)
GOLD | MON. APR. 25

Gillian Apps scored in the first, Rebecca Johnston added a goal in the second, but it was Hilary Knight who scored in OT to give the United States a 3-2 gold medal win at the 2011 IIHF World Championship. » more

 

CANADA 4 – FINLAND 1
SEMIFINAL | SAT. APR. 23

Marie-Philip Poulin scored the game-winning goal in the last minute of the first period as Canada advanced to the gold medal game. Rebecca Johnston, Jayna Hefford and Hayley Wickenheiser also scored.

 

CANADA 2 – FINLAND 0
PRELIMINARY | TUE. APR. 19

Shannon Szabados recorded Canada’s third straight shutout – by its third different goaltender – as the Canadians clinched first in Group B. Rebecca Johnston and Jayna Hefford scored the goals for Canada.

 

CANADA 7 – KAZAKHSTAN 0
PRELIMINARY | SUN. APR. 17

Meaghan Mikkelson scored twice to pace the offence and Kim St-Pierre turned aside all 13 shots she faced as Canada posted its second shutout victory in as many days, outshooting the Kazakhs 71-13.

 

CANADA 12 – SWITZERLAND 0
PRELIMINARY | SAT. APR. 16

Ten different Canadians scored goals – led by a hat trick from Cherie Piper – as Canada opened the Women's Worlds with a rout of Switzerland. Tessa Bonhomme added a goal and three assists in the victory.

 

WICKENHEISER NAMED CANADA'S CAPTAIN FOR WOMEN'S WORLDS

For the fourth time in her career, Hayley Wickenheiser will wear the 'C' as Canada's captain at the IIHF World Women's Championship. Jayne Hefford and Caroline Ouellette will serve as alternate captains. » more

 

 



2011 IIHF World Women's Championship
 
Sat, Apr 23, 2011
CAN 4 - FIN 1 (Semifinal)
USA 5 - RUS 1 (Semifinal)
Sun, Apr 24, 2011
SWE 3 - SUI 2 (5th)
KAZ 1 - SVK 2 (Relegation)
Mon, Apr 25, 2011
SVK - KAZ (Relegation)
FIN 3 - RUS 2 (Bronze)
USA 3 - CAN 2  (OT) (Gold)
 
Group A
Team GP W L PTS
USA 5 4 1 9
SWE 5 3 2 6
RUS 6 1 4 3
SVK 5 2 3 0
Group B
Team GP W L PTS
CAN 5 4 0 9
SUI 5 1 2 5
FIN 6 3 2 4
KAZ 5 0 5 0
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