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National Women's Under-18 Team
The 2017-18 season begins May 3 for the 80 attending strength and conditioning camp in Hamilton.
The Canadians dropped a 3-1 decision to the U.S. in the gold medal game at U18 women’s worlds.
Even before making her national team debut, Danika Ranger had made her name on the national stage.
Ashton Bell will wear the ‘C’, joined by alternates Olivia Knowles, Amy Potomak and Alexa Vasko.
23 Canadians will chase a fifth U18 world title in the Czech Republic.
With 13 alumnae selected, Canada’s women’s programs were well-represented at the 2016 CWHL Draft.
U18.007.08:   February 5, 2008
U18.005.08:   January 11, 2008
U18.006.08:   January 11, 2008
U18.003.08:   January 9, 2008
U18.001.08:   January 4, 2008
GN.050.07:   July 29, 2007
GN.046.07:   July 27, 2007
GN.048.07:   July 27, 2007
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2017 Esso Cup: DUR 5 – PAB 1 (Preliminary)
Chavonne Truter scored twice and her linemates added another four points, in Durham’s 5-1 win.
2017 TELUS Cup: CBW 2 – SSF 1 (Preliminary)
Ellis made 34 saves to backstop the Islanders to an opening win.
2017 Esso Cup: TRI 4 - MID 1 (Preliminary)
Chloé Gendreau had a hat trick, as the Harfangs pick up another win.
2017 Esso Cup: STA 2 – PVH 1 (Preliminary)
Makenna Schuttler scored the game winner in the second and Camryn Drever made 27 saves for the win.
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