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Canada's National Women's Team to face Team USA in TSN Challenge on November 27th, 28th and 30th in eastern Canada
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November 24, 2001
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CALGARY, AB - Canada's National Women's Team will be facing Team USA in the TSN Challenge next week in Eastern Canada. TSN Challenge (Canada vs. U.S.A.)

Game Schedule
Date Local time City Location Ticket information

Tuesday, November 27, 2001 7pm (ET) Ottawa, ON Corel Centre 1-613-755-1166
Wednesday, November 28, 2001 7:30pm (ET) Montreal, QC Molson Centre 1-514-790-1245
Friday, November 30, 2001 7:30pm (ET) Hamilton, ON Copps Coliseum 1-905-527-7666

Game summaries and reports will be available on www.canadianhockey.ca, as well as in-depth info on Canada's team including player profiles, stats and behind the scenes information.

This will mark the second series this season involving the two women's hockey powers. In October, Team USA defeated Canada in games in Salt Lake City, UT and San Jose, CA.

Canada's National Women's Team has won all seven Women's World Hockey Championships and captured a silver medal at the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan. Canada named it's final roster of 21 players for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games earlier this week after four months of centralization involving a total of 30 players.

All three TSN Challenge games will be broadcast live on WTSN and will be tape-delayed on TSN. Check local listings for times.
TSN Challenge Practice Schedule

Monday, November 26th 1pm-2:30pm (ET) Team Canada Practice Corel Centre

Tuesday, November 27th 10am-10:50am (ET) Team Canada Practice Corel Centre 11am-11:50am (ET) USA Practice Corel Centre

Wednesday, November 28th 10am-10:50am (ET) Team Canada Practice Molson Centre

Thursday, November 29th 4pm-5:15pm (ET) Team Canada Practice Copps Coliseum
5:30pm-7:45pm (ET) USA Practice Copps Coliseum

Friday, November 30th 10am-10:50am (ET) Team Canada Practice Copps Coliseum
11am-11:30am (ET) USA Practice Copps Coliseum

*practice times subject to change


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