2022-23 National Women's Team

Sixteen world and Olympic champions and two players making their national team debuts are among the 24 who will represent Canada in mid-December in the western U.S.

 

Post-Game: USA 4, CAN 2 (Game 3)

 

 

Post-Game: USA 2, CAN 1 (Game 2)

 

 

Post-Game: USA 4, CAN 3 SO (Game 1)

 

PAGING DR. THOMPSON
Claire Thompson is an Olympic gold medallist, set records in Beijing and is one the best defencemen in the world. She’s also a full-time medical student at NYU. How?
As the Rivalry Series comes to Kamloops, the community is ready to welcome the world and impact the next generation.
One of the best ever in NCAA women’s hockey, Élizabeth Giguère is set for her Team Canada debut in the Rivalry Series.
A day for the girls
On-ice skills session. Team Canada practice. Autographs from their heroes. Girls’ hockey had its day in Kelowna.
Twenty-three players – 16 world and Olympic champions – will represent Canada in the first three games against the U.S.
Troy Ryan reflects on getting involved in the women’s game and what makes the National Women’s Team so special.
Kori Cheverie, Caroline Ouellette, Doug Derraugh and Brad Kirkwood will join Troy Ryan for the 2022-23 season.
Jenner scored twice to help Canada’s National Women’s Team beat the U.S. 2-1 to win its 12th women’s world championship.
Five years after her first women’s worlds, Sarah Potomak has returned to Canada’s National Women’s Team in Denmark.
Journey to WWC: Clark
From Saskatoon, Sask., to the top of the podium in Beijing, Emily Clark has been backed by unwavering support.
Laura Stacey and Ann-Renée Desbiens put a fun spin on their usual offseason training with the Living Sisu Hockey League.
Journey to WWC: Maltais
From the backyard in Burlington to Beijing with gymnastics in between, Emma Maltais is living her hockey dreams.
Micah Zandee-Hart made history as the first B.C.-born member of Team Canada, but her goal is to not be the last.
Troy Ryan will be behind the Team Canada bench for the next four years, through the 2026 Olympic Winter Games.
Nineteen gold medallists from 2021 will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Denmark.
One hundred and forty-two of Canada’s best are headed west to Calgary after earning invites to selection camps.
Troy Ryan, Courtney Birchard-Kessel and Kori Cheverie will lead Canada’s three national women’s teams this season.
Poulin and Nurse scored, but Canada finished the first leg with a loss.
Campbell finished with 32 saves, but Canada was edged in Kamloops.
Clark gave Canada the lead, but it fell in a shootout in Kelowna.

Poulin and Fillier had three points each to send Canada to the final.

Potomak notched two points to help Canada advance to the semifinals.

Fillier and Shelton scored goals, but Canada dropped its prelim finale.

Poulin, Fillier and Bach had three-point games in a prelim win.

Fillier scored twice and Turnbull had two points in another prelim win.

Poulin and Nurse had 1G 1A apiece as Canada opened with a win.

Eldridge scored the game-winner in Canada’s warmup win.

Fillier and Poulin had four goals apiece in Canada’s exhibition win.

Clark scored twice and set up another in a win for the senior team.

Grant-Mentis scored the game winner in Black’s selection camp win.

Poulin had 2G in Red’s lone win at national women’s selection camp.

Maltais scored both goals for Gold at national women’s selection camp.

White earned its second win of national women’s selection camp.

White scored three unanswered goals in its camp win over Gold.

Eldridge had 1G 2A and Bach scored 2G in Black’s opening camp win.

Videos
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2022-23 NWT: USA 2 – CAN 1 (Game 2)
Campbell finished with 32 saves, but Canada was edged in Kamloops.
2022-23 NWT: USA 4 – CAN 3 SO (Game 1)
Clark gave Canada a third-period lead, but it dropped a shootout decision.
2022 WWC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Gold Medal Game)
Jenner scored twice as Canada won its 12th women’s world title.
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