2009 National Women's Under-18 Championship

ONTARIOBLUE 1 - ONTARIO RED 5
GOLD MEDAL | SUN.NOV. 8

It was all Ontario on the ice Sunday evening, but it was the Red team not the Blue team to walk out of the rink with gold. Ontario Red beat Ontario Blue 5-1 to win six-straight championships.

 

MANITIOBA 1 – QUEBEC 2
BRONZE MEDAL | SUN. NOV. 8

Quebec may not have made it to the final game at this year’s tournament, but the team still walked away with medals, playing a fast-paced game to defeat Manitoba 2-1 Sunday in Surrey.

 

2009 NWU18C
3 STARS  OF THE DAY

The best young female hockey players from across the country are on the ice in Surrey, B.C. this week. Check out the day’s top performers at the 2009 National Women’s Under-18 Championship. » more

 

ALBERTA PLAYERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Alberta goaltender Courtney Vinet may have had to sit out of the national championship due to injury, but she has still made an impact on her team – and on her community. She and her fellow Albertans are learning that reaching out to others could make them better hockey players. » more

SAGUENAY, DAWSON CREEK TO HOST WOMEN’S U18

Saguenay, Que. and Dawson Creek, B.C. will host the next two National Women’s Under-18 Championships featuring the best young hockey players from across the country in 2011 and 2012, respectively. » more

 
DAY 4

QUEBEC 0 – ONTARIO BLUE 1 SEMIFINAL | SAT. NOV. 7
It took ten minutes of overtime and a shootout, but Kristen Richards (Toronto, Ont.) used her soft hands to get the only goal of the game Saturday night, securing Ontario Blue its first-ever berth into the gold medal matchup.

MANITOBA 3 - ONTARIO RED 4 SEMIFINAL | SAT. NOV. 7
Manitoba fought back from a 4-0 deficit to score three late game goals, but pulling goaltender Abby Ryplanski (Winnipeg, Man.) wasn’t enough to beat Ontario Red in semifinal action Saturday at South Surrey Arena.

ALBERTA 4 - ATLANTIC 2 5TH PLACE| SAT. NOV. 7
It was team effort that earned Alberta a 4-2 win over Team Atlantic on Saturday at South Surrey Arena, with four different players contributing goals to help their squad take fifth place in its final game of the tournament.

SASK. 4 – BRITISH COLUMBIA 2 7TH PLACE | SAT. NOV. 7
Bailey Habscheid (Wymark, Sask.) opened and closed the scoring for her team Saturday morning in Surrey, helping her team beat British Columbia 4-2 and snag seventh place in the standings.

 
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