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National Women's Under 22 Team Roster and Schedule Set for 4 Nations Tournament in Fussen, Germany February 10-13, 2000
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January 14, 2000
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CALGARY, ALBERTA - Canada's National Women's Under 22 Team's roster is set and the schedule is confirmed for the upcoming 4 Nations Tournament in Füssen, Germany from Februrary 10-13, 2000.

Canada's National Women's Under 22 Team will be leaving for Germany on to take part in the 4 Nations Tournament which brings together teams from Canada, Germany, Switzerland and Finland. Head coach Julie Healy will be joined by assistant coach Nancy Wilson for this tournament.

The team includes goaltender Kim St-Pierre (Châteauguay, QC) from Canada's gold medal winning National Women's Team at the 1999 World Women's Hockey Championship as well as eight players from the National Under 22 Team that captured the 1998 Christmas Cup in Unna, Germany.

The returning players from the 1998-1999 National Under 22 Team are goaltender Tania Pinelli (Hamilton, ON), defenders Isabelle Chartrand (Montréal, QC), Gillian Ferrari (Thornhill, ON), Lyne Landry (Memramcook, NB) and Colleen Sostorics (Kennedy, SK) and forwards Isabelle Aubé (Bathurst, NB), Kelly Béchard (Sedley, SK) and Caroline Ouellette (Montréal, QC).

Chartrand, Béchard, Ouellette and St-Pierre were also members of the National Women's Team which captured the 3 Nations Cup in Montreal, QC in December, 1999.

"This will be a terrific opportunity for our younger players to experience international hockey and everything that comes with representing Canada at that level," ," said Gaëtan Robitaille, General

Manager, Women's High Performance. "It is a sign of the great progress women's hockey continues to make in Canada to see so many great young players heading to this tournament."

Canada's schedule at the 4 Nations Tournament is as follows:
Thursday, Canada vs. Finland Füssen, Germany 5 pm local time
Friday, Canada vs. Switzerland Füssen, Germany 4 pm local time
Saturday, Canada vs. Germany Geretsried, Germany 5 pm local time
       
Exhibition game:      
Sunday, Canada vs. Germany Füssen, Germany 1 pm local time

 

 

# Player

Pos.

 S

Ht.

Wt.

Birthdate (m/d/y)

Team 1999-2000 Home Town
30 Tania Pinelli

G

L/G

5'6

150

27524

Niagara University, NY Hamilton, ON
29 Kim St-Pierre

G

L/G

5í9

155

27376

Mc Gill University,QC Châteauguay, QC
   

 

 

 

 

 

   
11 Virginie Bilodeau

D

L/G

5í4

125

27089

Patriotes U.Q.T.R., QC St-Étienne-de-Lauzon, QC
20 Isabelle Chartrand

D

L/G

5'4

125

27138

Mistral de Laval, QC Montréal, QC
9 Gillian Ferrari

D

R/D

5'8

150

27933

Beatrice Aeros, ON Thornhill, ON
25 Cara Gardner

D

R/D

5í5

135

27240

Brown University, RI Hensall, ON
16 Lyne Landry

D

L/G

5'7

140

27158

Ottawa, Raiders, ON Memramcook, NB
3 Carla MacLeod

D

R/D

5í4

135

28656

Oval X-Treme, AB Calgary, AB
10 Dana Pretty

D

L/G

5í6

140

28504

Oval X-Treme, AB Richmond, BC
5 Colleen Sostorics

D

R/D

5'4

172

27744

Oval X-Treme, AB Kennedy, SK
   

 

 

 

 

 

   
4 Isabelle Aubé

F/A

L/G

5'5

140

27172

Ottawa Raiders, ON Bathurst, NB
21 Kelly Béchard

F/A

R/D

5'9

140

27050

Oval X-Treme, AB Sedley, SK
28 A.Danielle Bourgeois

F/A

L/G

5í4

140

28321

University of Alberta, AB Edmonton, AB
12 Correne Bredin

F/A

L/G

5í10

190

28065

Dartmouth College, NH Warburg, AB
19 Annie Desrosiers

F/A

L/G

5í9

155

27969

Mistral de Laval, QC St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, QC
27 Gina Kingsbury

F/A

L/G

5í7

140

28454

Hotchkiss College, CN Rouyn-Noranda, QC
23 Leanne Martell

F/A

R"D

5í8

150

27123

Concordia University, QC Trenton, N.S.
13 Caroline Ouellette

F/A

L/G

5'11

165

27538

Montreal Wingstar, QC Montréal, QC
26 Lara Perks

F/A

R/D

5í8

160

28375

Beatrice Aeros, ON Trenton, ON
18 Cherie Piper

F/A

R/D

5í6

150

28304

Beatrice Aeros Jr., ON Toronto, ON
8 Kiirsten Suurkask

F/A

R/D 5í5 140

28083

Harvard University, MA Tsawwassen, BC

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