2016 IIHF U18 Women's World Championship

2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Under-18 Women's World Championship
Alex Gulstene has a most unique view of the Canada-U.S. women’s hockey rivalry. After representing British Columbia at U18 nationals, she’s now tending the American net at the U1...
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Since Calgary, Alta., hosted the first IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship in 2008, the event has become a staple of the women’s ...
Gillian Apps, Jayna Hefford, and Catherine Ward, who announced their retirements from international competition in September, will be celebr...
Ontario was there when the sport was in its international infancy, in 1987. Nearly 30 years later, it welcomes its first U18 Women’s World C...
Canada’s quest for a fifth gold medal at the IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship gets underway Jan. 8 when it opens up against Ru...
Three returnees from last year’s silver medal-winning Canadian contingent highlight Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team for the 2016 IIH...
For the first time, France will be a part of the IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship; the French booked their spot in St. Cathari...
Amanda Mazzotta, Laura McIntosh and Carolyne Prevost share their memories of competing in the first IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship and ...
Jaime Bourbonnais and Daryl Watts scored and Stephanie Neatby made 26 saves, but Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team fell in overtime to the U.S. in the gold medal game at the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Ashton Bell scored twice and Ryleigh Houston and Kayla Friesen had a goal each, as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team held Russia to 12 shots to advance to the gold medal game of the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Julia Edgar scored and Stephanie Neatby made 28 saves, but penalty trouble did in Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team, as it allowed three power-play goals and fell to the U.S. at the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Lindsay Agnew, Amy Potomak and Kristin O’Neill each had two goals and an assist – and 13 players in total had points – as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team shut out the Czech Republic at the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Sophie Shirley had two goals and an assist, and Ashton Bell, Emma Maltais and Daryl Watts each scored, as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team opened its 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship with win over Russia.
Lindsay Agnew, Amy Potomak and Daryl Watts each scored and Edith D’Astous-Moreau made 11 saves as Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team beat Sweden in pre-tournament play for the 2016 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Kayla Friesen scored twice, and Ashton Bell added a goal and an assist, but Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team gave back a third-period lead and dropped a shootout decision to the CWHL’s Montreal Canadiennes in a pre-worlds game.
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2016-17 NWU18T: USA 3 – CAN 1 (Gold Medal)
Watts tied the game late, but Canada settled for silver at U18 worlds.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 6 – SWE 2 (Semifinal)
Shirley and Fillier had two goals apiece to send Canada to the final.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 1 – USA 0 OT (Preliminary)
Bell scored in OT, Ranger earned the shutout and Canada edged the U.S.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 4 – RUS 2 (Preliminary)
Potomak scored the winner on a third-period PP to keep Canada perfect.
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Goaltending
R Player Goals Assists PTS
1. Kristin O’Neill 2 3 5
1. Daryl Watts 2 3 5
1. Ashton Bell 3 2 5
2. Sophie Shirley 3 1 4
2. Amy Potomak 2 2 4
2. Emma Maltais 1 3 4
2. Lindsay Agnew 2 2 4
3. Cayla Barnes 0 3 3
3. Natalie Snodgrass 3 0 3
3. Rebecca Gilmore 2 1 3
R Player GAA SV %
1. Édith D’Astous-Moreau 0.00 1.000
2. Alex Gulstene 1.48 .947
3. Stephanie Neatby 2.64 .897
4. Valeriya Merkusheva 3.54 .857
5. Valeriya Tarakanova 5.20 .857
6. Katerina Zechovska 8.87 .828
7. Denisa Jandova 13.76 .600
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