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Women's Olympic Recap: Canada 11, Sweden 0

Brianne Jenner and Sarah Fillier recorded hat tricks, helping Canada book a semifinal spot with an 11-0 victory.

February 11, 2022


BEIJING, China Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team spread around the offence on Friday, getting points from 16 of 19 skaters in an 11-0 quarterfinal win over Sweden at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.

  • Brianne Jenner (Oakville, Ont.) and Sarah Fillier (Georgetown, Ont.) each recorded a hat trick. Both have eight goals in the tournament, one off the Olympic record (Meghan Agosta and Stephanie Marty had nine in 2010).
  • Marie-Philip Poulin (Beauceville, Que.) and Sarah Nurse (Hamilton, Ont.) posted four assists apiece.
  • Jamie Lee Rattray (Kanata, Ont.) , Natalie Spooner (Scarborough, Ont.),Erin Ambrose (Keswick, Ont.),Blayre Turnbull (Stellarton, N.S.) and Emily Clark (Saskatoon, Sask.) also scored.
  • Claire Thompson (Toronto, Ont.) had three assists, while Rattray,Renata Fast (Burlington, Ont.) and Micah Zandee-Hart (Saanichton, B.C.) added two apiece.
  • Thompson has recorded nine points (1-8—9) in five games, surpassing Thérèse Brisson (5-2—7 in 1998) for the most by a Canadian defenceman in a single Olympics.
  • Ambrose, Rebecca Johnston (Sudbury, Ont.), Jocelyne Larocque (Ste. Anne, Man.), Jill Saulnier (Halifax, N.S.) and Ashton Bell (Deloraine, Man.) tallied an assist each.
  • Emerance Maschmeyer (Bruderheim, Alta.) made 11 saves for the shutout.
  • Canada scored on each of its first four power-play opportunities and finished 4-for-7.
  • Canada outshot Sweden 56-11.

Next Game:

Semifinals – opponent, date and time to be determined

Quotes :

“The biggest thing is just being organized and knowing when teams play. What we do is keep track of who is playing who in the other group and when it looks like things might settle out a little bit you start to focus on the potential teams you play. We break down games from both pools and we are as prepared as we can be through video, and you can generally see what they have done throughout the event and you build your game plan around that.”
- Head coach Troy Ryan (Spryfield, N.S.) on preparing for an opponent Canada hasn’t played since 2018

“To be honest, it caught me by surprise and made me realize I’m getting older (laughs), but it’s pretty special. I couldn’t ask for better teammates and a group to be a part of. To be part of the Team Canada environment is a privilege and I’m very lucky to be part of it.”

- Poulin on playing in her 150th career game

“Sometimes when you’re playing with Nurse and Poulin, they’re just great players and they’re able to find me. On the third one, Micah just made a great back-door pass, but I’m just trying to be ready to shoot the puck off the pass and luckily some of those are going in.”

- Jenner on her hat trick

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