2019-20 National Women's Under-18 Team

Sarah Paul scored in the third period to force overtime and Ève Gascon turned away 22 of 24 shots, but Canada fell 2-1 to the United States in the gold medal game.
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Five returnees highlight Team Canada for the 2020 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, looking to defend its gold.
Lindsay Bochna and Marianne Picard scored and Ève Gascon made 26 saves to help Canada blank the U.S. in the finale.
45 players will wear the Maple Leaf in Lake Placid after earning their Team Canada spot for three games against the U.S.
With their siblings having worn the Maple Leaf, Kristina Bahl and Dominique Cormier have ready-made role models.
The future will be on display in Calgary when development and under-18 athletes gather for selection camps Aug. 2-11.
The nation’s top young netminders will be in the spotlight in Calgary at a pair of goaltending camps in early June.
Buglioni had a goal and assist to help Canada advance to play for gold.
Cherkowski and Picard scored to help Canada edge the United States.
Eight different skaters had points to lead Canada past the Finns.
Gosling scored the overtime winner to lead Canada past Russia.
Naud and Wheeler scored the goals in a narrow overtime defeat.
McLeod scored twice to lead Canada to the series-opening victory.
Paul supplied a goal and an assist to power White to victory.
McLeod and Bogden scored the goals to help Blue blank Russia.
Paul scored the game-winning and insurance goals to lead White.
White tied it late and went three-for-three in a shootout victory.
2022 WU18: RED 6 – WHT 5 OT (Intrasquad)
Grober scored twice—including the OT game winner—in Red’s U18 camp win.
2022 WU18: CAN 4 – USA 0 (Game 2)
Abby Lunney’s goal in the first period was all Canada needed as Arianne Leblanc makes 25-saves for the 4-0 shutout over the United States.
2022 WU18: CAN 6 – USA 5 SO (Game 1)
Lunney scored the SO winner to give Canada the series-opening win.
2022 WU18: CAN 2 – FIN 0 (Preliminary)
Canada outshot Finland 40-17 but came up short in its worlds opener.