2022-23 National Women's Under-18 Team

Caitlin Kraemer scored four goals, Alexia Aubin added two of her own and Canada blanked Sweden 10-0 to go back-to-back at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship. 
Hearing stories of her dad rowing for Canada inspired Charlotte Pieckenhagen to represent her country.
Nine months after Owen Pickering wore the Maple Leaf, his sister Avery is doing the same at the U18 women’s worlds.
Twenty-three players from five Members will represent Canada at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
The first all-women U18 coaching staff is bringing experience and showing the importance of diversity behind the bench.
Forty-six players – from eight Members – have been named to development and U18 teams for series against the U.S.
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.

Law scored 2G, including the OT winner, to send Canada to the final.

Kraemer scored two more goals to lead Canada to a perfect prelims.

Clark finished with 43 saves to backstop Canada to a win.

Kraemer and Law had three points each as Canada won its opener.

Caron, Law and Baxter scored, but Canada fell to Finland.

U18 women sweep U.S.

Murphy and Lunney had three points each to help Canada to the sweep.

U18 women face U.S. in Game 2

Leblanc earned the shutout in Canada’s win over United States. 


Lunney scored the SO winner to give Canada the series-opening victory.

Murphy, Lunney, Logan scored in Canada’s camp-closing win.

Grober scored twice—including the OT game winner—in Red’s U18 camp win.

White outshot Finland 46-7 in its win at women’s U18 selection camp.

Ullmann and Lunney scored 1G 1A each in Red’s camp win over Finland.

Hennessy scored 1G 1A in Red’s opening win at u18 selection camp.

2024 U18WWC: CAN 8 – FIN 1 (Bronze)
Kraemer, Primerano and Stonehouse each scored twice in Canada’s win.
2024 U18WWC: CZE 4 – CAN 2 (Semifinal)
Primerano and Zablocki scored but Canada fell to Czechia in the semis.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 6 – SUI 0 (Quarterfinals)
D’Alessandro scored twice to lead Canada to advance to the semifinals.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 10 – FIN 0 (Preliminary)
Primerano and Kraemer scored hat tricks as Canada downed Finland.