IIHF Directorate Awards & Most Valuable Player

Year Goaltender Defence Forward Most Valuable Player
2016 Emerance Maschmeyer (CAN) Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN) Hilary Knight (USA) Hilary Knight (USA)
2015 Nana Fujimoto (JPN) Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN) Hilary Knight (USA) Hilary Knight (USA)
2013 Alexandrova Nadezhda (RUS) Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN) Marie-Philip Poulin (CAN) Marie-Philip Poulin (CAN)
2012 Florence Schelling (SUI) Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN) Kelli Stack (USA) -
2009 Charline Labonté (CAN) Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN) Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN) -
2008 Noora Raty (FIN) Angela Ruggiero (USA) Natalie Darwitz (USA) Noora Raty (FIN)
2007 Noora Raty (FIN) Molly Engstrom (USA) Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN) Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
2005 Chana Gunn (USA) Angela Ruggierio (USA) Jayna Hefford (CAN) Krissy Wendell (USA)
2004 Kim St-Pierre (CAN) Angela Ruggiero (USA) Jayna Hefford (CAN) Jennifer Botterill (CAN)
2003 Event cancelled due to SARS/Événement annulé en raison de SARS
2001 Kim St-Pierre (CAN) Karyn Bye (USA) Jennifer Botterill (CAN) Jennifer Botterill (CAN)
2000 Sami Jo Small (CAN) Angelo Ruggiero (USA) Katja Riipi (FIN) -
1999 Sami Jo Small (CAN) Kirsi Hanninen (FIN) Jenny Schmigdall (USA) -
1997 - - - -
1994 Erin Whitten (USA) Geraldine Heaney (CAN) Riikka Nieminen (FIN) -
1992 Annica Ahlen (SWE) Geraldine Heaney (CAN) Cammi Granato (USA) -
1990 - - - Dawn McGuire (CAN)

 

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2016 WWC - USA 1 – CAN 0 (OT) (Gold Medal)
Maschmeyer was spectacular, but Canada took silver at women’s worlds.
2016 WWC - CAN 5 – FIN 3 (Semifinal)
Spooner had a hat trick to send Canada to the final at women’s worlds.
2016 WWC - CAN 6 – FIN 1 (Preliminary)
Wakefield had four points to help Canada into the semis in Kamloops.
2016 WWC - CAN 8 – RUS 1 (Preliminary)
A six-goal second period led Canada to its first women’s worlds win.
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