HOCKEY CANADA ANNOUNCES RECORD PROFIT
FROM 2007 IIHF WORLD WOMEN’S HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

WINNIPEG – The 2007 IIHF World Women’s Hockey Championship has broken another record.

Hockey Canada and the Host Organizing Committee announced on Tuesday that the 2007 event, which was held in Winnipeg and Selkirk, MB from April 3-10 and was the most well-attended IIHF World Women’s Hockey Championship ever, has set a new record for profit. The tournament has pulled in a profit of $751,706, money which will be shared by Hockey Manitoba and Hockey Canada, along with Hockey Canada’s other 12 Branches from coast to coast. » more

CANADA’S 2007 IIHF WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS TO BE HONOURED
IN CALGARY

The 2007 IIHF World Women’s Champions will be honoured at a Celebrity Classic Gala Dinner and Golf Tournament June 25th and 26th, hosted by The Canadian Hockey Foundation. » more

 

CANADA WINS GOLD AT 2007 IIHF WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

WINNIPEG, MB – Canada’s National Women’s Team has won the gold medal at the 2007 IIHF World Women’s Championship following a 5-1 victory over the United States in Tuesday night’s gold medal game. » more

CAN 5 - USA 1 » summary

 

SWEDEN SURVIVES FINLAND TO BAG BRONZE

It may not be gold, but Team Sweden is ecstatic nonetheless. Despite a third-period injury to star goalie Kim Martin, Sweden captured the bronze medal at the 2007 IIHF World Women’s Championship with a 1-0 victory over rival Team Finland Tuesday afternoon at the MTS Centre. » more

CANADA ADVANCES TO WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD MEDAL FINAL
CANADA VS. USA - LIVE ON TSN/RDS ON TUESDAY, APRIL 10 AT 8:30PM ET

WINNIPEG, MB – Canada’s National Women’s Team advanced to a tenth consecutive gold medal final at the 2007 IIHF World Women’s Championship with a 5-0 win over Finland on Monday evening. Canada will face USA in the gold medal final on Tuesday, April 10th, at 7:30 pm (local time)/ 8:30 pm (Eastern) / 5:30pm (Pacific) with the game being broadcast live across Canada on TSN/RDS. » more

CLASH OF THE TITANS: THE FINAL ROUND
Canada and the USA will meet in the gold medal game of the 2007 IIHF World Women’s Championship Tuesday night, marking their tenth straight final clash » more

 

AWARD WINNERS -
2007 IIHF WORLD WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP,
WINNIPEG / SELKIRK, MANITOBA

DIRECTORATE AWARDS

These awards are voted on by the tournament directorate, which is made up of one member of each of the participating teams. These awards are announced and presented at the end of the gold medal game.



Top Goaltender:
Noora Raty, FINLAND


Top Defenceman:
Molly Engstrom, USA 


Top Forward:
Hayley Wickenheiser, CANADA




 

MEDIA ALL-STAR TEAM – 2007 World Women’s Championship
(as voted on by members of the media)

These awards are not presented or announced on the ice at the end of the gold medal game.



Goaltender: 

- Kim St- Pierre, Canada
Defence:
- Delaney Collins, Canada
- Angela Ruggiero, USA
Forwards:

- Natalie Darwitz, USA
- Krissy Wendell, USA
- Hayley Wickenheiser, Canada

Most Valuable Player (MVP)
(as voted on by members of the media):
- Hayley Wickenheiser, Canada

 

SHOOTOUT MADNESS: WICKENHEISER LIFTS CANADA OVER USA

A pink-clad Canadian squad rallied from a 4-2 second-period deficit to earn a 5-4 shootout victory.» more

 

GOLDEN GLORY: A LOOK BACK
AT TEAM CANADA’S VICTORIES

Although 1987 pushed international women’s hockey in the right direction with the first unofficial World Championship, things really took off in 1990. » more