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National Women's U18 Championship
Canada’s top young women’s players will be on the ice at Evraz Place.
Lindsay Agnew scored the overtime winner to give Ontario Red its ninth national title.
Ontario Red dominated the November 2005 U18 nationals like no team before – or since.
Either Manitoba or Ontario Red will be crowned champion in 2015.
Ontario Red’s Sarah Verbeek has travelled more than most to find her way to Huntsville.
One of Ontario Red, British Columbia, Ontario Blue and Manitoba will win gold.
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NWU18.001.08:   November 4, 2008
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