2018-19 National Women's Team

The biggest rivalry in women’s hockey will continue in mid-February – Canada and the United States will face off in London, Toronto and Detroit ahead of women’s worlds.
Laura Fortino scored early and Jamie Bourbonnais added a goal late, but Canada finished with the silver in Saskatoon.
Sarah Fillier has enjoyed a rapid rise over the last year, culminating in her National Women’s Team debut in Saskatoon.
Left off Canada’s Olympic roster, Emerance Maschmeyer is returning to Team Canada with a new perspective on goaltending.
Head coach Perry Pearn will lead a veteran-laden roster – including 14 Olympic silver medallists – at the 4 Nations Cup.
The 4 Nations Cup, set for Nov. 6-10 in Saskatoon, has launched day passes and is actively recruiting for volunteers.
Sarah Fillier, Rebecca Johnston and Kaitlin Willoughby scored a goal apiece and Red edged White 3-1 in the camp finale.
A new Olympic cycle sees young players hoping to make their mark during Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival.
Seventeen players who earned Olympic silver in PyeongChang are among the 52 who will open the season in Dawson Creek.
How many are Olympic medallists? How many were taken in the CWHL Draft? Take a look at the 52 attending Fall Festival.
Canada will welcome Finland, Sweden and the United States for the 2018 4 Nations Cup at SaskTel Centre this November.
Daoust and Johnston scored early, helping Canada reach the final.
Gabel scored her first career goal, but Canada finished a goal short.
Daoust had two goals and an assist to lead Canada to an opening win.
Johnston and Daoust had 1G 2A to help Canada to an exhibition win.
Johnston scored four goals to lead Red to a second straight victory.
Hannah Miller scored the overtime winner to lead White to victory.
Gosling and Poulin score two apiece and Red gets first win at camp.
White blanks the Fort St. John Huskies at Women’s Fall Festival.
White scored three goals in the third to top Red in camp opener.
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2018-19 NJT - CAN 3 – USP 2 SO (Game 1)
Studnicka had 2G in regulation and Bowers added the shootout winner.
2018 CTPC: CAN 7 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
McGregor had four points (3G, 1A) to help lead Canada to shutout win.
2018 4NC: USA 5 – CAN 2 (Gold Medal)
Fortino and Bourbonnais scored, but Canada finished with silver.
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