Alexie Guay scored once and added two assists, leading Canada to a 5-1 win over Russia on Saturday and the bronze medal at the 2018 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
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Jessica Forcey remembers her late mom’s support every time she steps on the ice, as she continues to honour her memory.
After getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse at being Team Canada in 2010, Maggie Connors is making that dream a reality.
Sarah Fillier will wear the ‘C’ in Russia, joined on the leadership group by Boyd, McQuigge, Veillette and Vorster.
A 23-player roster, including four returnees from 2017, will represent the red-and-white in Dmitrov, Russia in January.
A love of the game and strong bond off the ice have pushed Connor and Maggie MacEachern to the highest levels of hockey.
Brooke McQuigge will wear the ‘C’ against the United States, joined by alternate captains Fillier, Veillette and Vorster.
Four returnees who earned silver at U18 women’s worlds last January will lead the Canadians into a three-game U.S. series.
Calgary will host the top Canadian talent from the development and U18 pools as part of the National Teams’ Summer Showcase.
Noémie Marin returns behind the bench of the development team, while Delaney Collins takes charge of the under-18 side.