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Women's Recap: Canada 5, Finland 1

Bach scored twice and Jenner added three points to help Canada finish a sweep of the Finns

November 14, 2021


TURKU, Finland – Canada’s National Women’s Team finished its three-game sweep of Finland with a 5-1 win Sunday afternoon at the Gatorade Center.

• Victoria Bach (Milton, Ont.) led the way with two goals.
• Brianne Jenner (Oakville, Ont.) added a goal and two assists.
• Sarah Fillier (Georgetown, Ont./Princeton University, ECAC) and Ella Shelton (Ingersoll, Ont.) had a goal and a helper apiece.
• Erin Ambrose (Keswick, Ont.) chipped in with a pair of assists.
• Ann-Renée Desbiens (La Malbaie, Que.) turned aside 21 shots.
• Canada outshot Finland 38-22.

Canada’s National Women’s Team will return to Canada to begin the Canadian leg of the Rivalry Series, facing the United States on Nov. 21 in Kingston, Ont., and Nov. 23 in Ottawa.

Next Game:
Canada vs. United States – Sunday, Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT

TSN and RDS, the official broadcast partners of Hockey Canada, will air all nine games of the Rivalry Series; check local listings for details.

Quotes :
“I think we had a couple of lapses in the second, but a great first period. It was good to see us close out this road trip in the third. We executed a lot of things we have been talking about and a lot of concepts we have been implanting. It was a great way to finish up the road trip.”
- Assistant coach Alison Domenico (Ottawa, Ont./Providence College, HE) on the learnings from the series

“I think we started strong but got into a little bit of penalty trouble in the second trying to cheat a little bit. I think we tightened things up and then found a way to kind of finish on a strong note. [Overall,] I think we got a lot accomplished here. There were a few periods here and there that weren’t perfect, but finding different ways to win, penalty kill did a great job today and I think special teams has done well on this road trip. The game yesterday was a statement game and to come back and follow it up with a big win was great for us.”
- Jenner on the team’s performance through the series

“We’re really excited to play in Kingston, close to my hometown so a lot of family can come watch. With COVID-19 we haven’t had fans, so we’re all really excited to play on home soil and get to play against our rivals. We’re really looking forward to it.”
- Bach on looking ahead to the Rivalry Series against the United States

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Manager, Communications
Hockey Canada


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Manager, Communications
Hockey Canada
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