2017 National Women's Under-18 Championship

2017 National Women's Under-18 Championship

Ontario Red is golden again, besting Ontario Blue by a score of 3-1 in the final game to win a fourth consecutive National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
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British Columbia repeats as bronze-medallist with a 2-1 OT win over Saskatchewan at the 2017 National U18 Championship.
Zoe Boyd (Ont. Red), Emily Rickwood (Ont. Blue), and Jordan Ivanco (Sask.) are named National U18 three stars of the day.
Ten years after she wore Atlantic colours at U18 nationals, Kayla Blackmore has returned – and made history – as head coach.
With 10 players – half the roster – wearing Saskatchewan green, the Saskatoon Stars are well represented at U18 nationals.
Twelve forwards, eight defencemen, four goaltenders … these players are ready to make their marks this week in Quebec City.
Quebec opens its schedule against Manitoba when Quebec City welcomes the National Women’s Under-18 Championship this fall.
As part of the BDO Goals for Kids program, MHAs will benefit from goals scored at select national and international events.
No. 2 pick Kristyn Capizzano led the list of National Women’s Under-18 Championship alumnae selected in the CWHL Draft.
For the third time, the National Women’s Under-18 Championship is headed to Quebec; the provincial capital will host in 2017.
Betinol, Fry led Alberta’s offence on its way to earning a 4-1 win over Quebec and fifth overall at U18 Nationals.

Manitoba earns 2-1 win to secure seventh place at U18s.

British Columbia is unbeaten in preliminary-round action at U18s.
Ontario Blue goes 3-0 in preliminary-round action at U18 Nationals.

Saskatchewan blanks Manitoba 4-0 for back-to-back wins at U18s.

Alberta blanks Atlantic 3-0 to earn first win at U18 Nationals.

Saskatchewan holds off the host Quebec team to win at U18 Nationals.
Madelyn McArthur stops 27 shots to earn a shutout win for Ontario Red.

British Columbia earns a second shutout win in as many days at U18s.

Ontario Blue remains undefeated following Day 2 win at U18 Nationals.

The host team records an opening-day win at U18s in Quebec City.
Atlantic upsets Ontario Red 2-1 on Day 1 of National Women’s U18s.
Ontario Blue opened its quest for the National Women’s U-18 Championship title with a 4-0 win over Alberta.
B.C. extends its win-streak against Saskatchewan with a 2-0 victory to open the 2017 National Women’s U-18 Championship.
2017 NWU18C: BC 2 - SK 1 OT (bronze)
British Columbia wins second consecutive bronze medal at U18 Nationals
2017 NWU18C: ON-R 3 ON-B 1 (Gold)
Ontario Red wins fourth consecutive National Women’s U18 Championsip.
2017 NWU18C: AB 4 - QC 1 (Preliminary)
Betinol, Fry led Alberta’s offence on its way to earning a 4-1 win over Quebec and fifth overall .
2017 NWU18C: ON-R 6 – BC 1 (semifinal)
Ontario Red will play for gold on Sunday at U18 Nationals.