Media All-Star Team

Year Goaltender Defence Forwards
2016 Meeri Raisanen (FIN) Monique Lamoureux (USA)
Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN)
Hilary Knight (USA)
Rebecca Johnston (CAN)
Christine Hueni (SUI)
2015 Meeri Raisanen (FIN) Monique Lamoureux (USA)
Jenni Hiirikoski (FIN)
Brianna Decker (USA)
Hilary Knight (USA)
Natalie Spooner, (CAN)
2013 Noora Raty (FIN) Meaghan Mikkelson (CAN)
Catherine Ward (CAN)
Brianna Decker (USA)
Marie-Phillip Poulin (CAN)
Jennifer Wakefield (CAN)
2012 Florence Schelling (SUI) Gigi Marvin (USA)
Laura Fortino (CAN)
Monique Lamoureux-Kolls (USA)
Kelli Stack (USA)
Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
2009 - - -
2008 Noora Raty (FIN) Julie Chu (USA)
Emma Laaksonen (FIN)
Natalie Darwitz (USA)
Jayna Hefford (CAN)
Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
2007 Kim St-Pierre (CAN) Delaney Collins (CAN)
Angela Ruggiero (USA)
Natalie Darwitz (USA)
Krissy Wendell (USA)
Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
2005 Natalya Turnova (KAZ) Cheryl Pounder (CAN)
Angela Ruggiero (USA)
Maria Rooth (SWE)
Krissy Wendell (USA)
Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
2004 Pam Dreyer (USA) Gunilla Andersson (SWE)
Angela Ruggiero (USA)
Jennifer Botterill (CAN)
Natalie Darwitz (USA)
Jayna Hefford (CAN)
2003 Event cancelled due to SARS/Événement annulé en raison de SARS
2001 - - -
2000 - - -
1999 - - -
1997 Patricia Sauter (SUI) Cassie Campbell (CAN)
Kelly O'Leary (USA)
Cammi Granato (USA)
Riikka Neminen (FIN)
Hayley Wickenheiser (CAN)
1994 - - -
1992 - - -
1990 - - -
Videos
Photos
2016 WWC - USA 1 – CAN 0 (OT) (Gold Medal)
Maschmeyer was spectacular, but Canada took silver at women’s worlds.
2016 WWC - CAN 5 – FIN 3 (Semifinal)
Spooner had a hat trick to send Canada to the final at women’s worlds.
2016 WWC - CAN 6 – FIN 1 (Preliminary)
Wakefield had four points to help Canada into the semis in Kamloops.
2016 WWC - CAN 8 – RUS 1 (Preliminary)
A six-goal second period led Canada to its first women’s worlds win.
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