4 Nations

CANADA CAPTURES 2006 4 NATIONS CUP IN KITCHENER

KITCHENER, ON – Canada captured its ninth 4 Nations Cup in eleven years on Saturday night, with a 5-2 win over USA in front of over 4500 fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. » more

CAN 5 - USA 2
Gold Medal Final
Saturday Nov 11, 2006 | 4:00 pm ET
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CANADA CAPTURES NINTH NATIONS CUP IN ELEVEN YEARS

Kitchener, ON – Canada captured a ninth Nations Cup in eleven years on Saturday, registering a 5-2 win over USA at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. Canada went undefeated in four games this week in Kitchener.

Cherie Piper opened the scoring for Canada at 4:26, with a slapshot coming down the wing that seemed to surprise U.S. goaltender Chanda Gunn. » summary

 

SWE 3- FIN 2
Bronze Medal Game
Saturday Nov 11, 2006 | 12:00 pm ET
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SWEDEN TAKES THIRD PLACE AT 4 NATIONS CUP

Kitchener, ON – Finland came up with a great effort, but it was still not enough in the 4 Nations Cup bronze medal game, as Sweden scored a 3-2 win. Veteran Maria Rooth scored the winner in the third period to make the difference. » summary

4 Nations Cup Game Photographer/Photo Credits for HockeyCanada.ca:
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Matthew "Big Time" Manor | www.matthewmanor.com

 

CANADA  8 - FINLAND 1
Friday Nov 10, 2006 | 7:30 pm ET

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CANADA AND USA TO MEET IN 2006 4 NATIONS CUP FINAL GAME ON NOVEMBER 11TH » more

BOTTERILL, HEFFORD AND OUELLETTE LEAD CANADA TO WIN OVER FINLAND » summary

CAPTAINS HONOURED AT
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USA 7 - SWEDEN 0
Friday Nov 10, 2006 | 4:00 pm ET
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USA ADVANCES TO FINAL AT 4 NATIONS CUP

Kitchener, ON – USA is back on track. The Americans served notice that they will continue to be a power to be reckoned with on Friday, handily defeating the Swedes 7-0 in their final game of the round robin. » more

 

PRIME MINISTER PAYS SURPRISE VISIT TO WOMEN'S TEAM IN KITCHENER

Kitchener, ON - Canada's National Women's Team received a surprise visit on Friday morning, just prior to leaving for the morning skate in Kitchener, ON. Team Canada was visited by none other than the Prime Minister Steven Harper on Friday morning at the hotel. The Prime Minister met all the players and staff, and was presented with a Team Canada jersey by Hayley Wickenheiser. Wickenheiser also took the opportunity to invite the Prime Minister to the World Championship next April in Winnipeg. Prime Minister Harper attended the 2004 World Championship in Halifax, while he was a member of parliament.

 

4 NATIONS CUP DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES A BIG HIT IN KITCHENER

On Saturday November 4th, Hockey Canada, in conjunction with the Coaching Association of Canada and the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association hosted a one day Coaches clinic for Women. The ‘We are Coaches’ program is aimed at increasing the number of trained female coaches actively coaching at the community level in Canada in order to provide female role models and future leaders for sport. » more

 

CANADA 7 - SWEDEN 0
Wednesday Nov 8, 2006 | 7:30 pm ET
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CANADA MOVES INTO 4 NATIONS FINAL WITH WIN OVER SWEDEN

Kitchener, ON – Canada guaranteed itself a spot in Saturday’s final, with a 7-0 win over Sweden on Wednesday in front of nearly 5000 fans The Aud in Kitchener. » summary

 

FINLAND 2- USA 5
Wednesday Nov 8, 2006 | 4:00 pm ET

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USA GETS BACK ON WINNING TRACK

Kitchener, ON – Despite trailing twice early on, USA finished strong en route to a 4-2 win over Finland for its first win of the 2006 4 Nations Cup. » summary

 

CANADA 3 - USA 0 
Tuesday Nov 7, 2006 | 7:30 pm ET

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CANADA RIDES ROOKIES TO 3-0 WIN OVER THE USA

Kitchener, ON – Team Canada rookies Shannon Szabados and Annie Guay provided key blows, as Canada opened the 2006 4 Nations Cup with a 3-0 win over the U.S.. » summary

 

FINLAND 3 - SWEDEN 8
Tuesday Nov 7, 2006 | 1:30 pm ET

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SWEDEN OPENS WITH 8-3 WIN OVER FINLAND AT THE 4 NATIONS CUP

Kitchener, ON - The opening game at the 2006 4 Nations Cup drew an enthusiastic crowd of local students for a match-up of rivals Sweden and Finland. » summary

 
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