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2019-20 National Women's Team

Melody Davidson may be leaving Hockey Canada for a new opportunity with Own the Podium, but her quarter century of work has left women’s hockey stronger than ever.
Coming out allowed Mélodie Daoust to become her true self, and it has led to life-changing moments on and off the ice.
A two-time Olympic gold medallist, Haley Irwin is making a move behind the bench after 108 games with Team Canada.
WWC roster unveiled
They won’t have the chance to chase gold on home ice, but 23 players were selected to wear the Maple Leaf in N.S.
The tournament has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus risk, but it will return to Halifax and Truro in 2021.
With her annual ball hockey tournament cancelled, Laura Stacey shifted her focus to providing life-saving equipment.
With the women’s worlds set to return to Halifax, two of the best to ever wear the Maple Leaf look back on 2004.
Seven communities across Nova Scotia will host 10 pre-tournament games, including Canada vs. Finland in Truro.
A decade after Canada’s golden performance, a pair of B.C. products are still finding inspiration from 2010.
The biggest stars in the women’s game stole the show before, during and after the Elite Women’s 3-on-3.
Canada has unveiled the 23 who will wear the Maple Leaf for the final three Rivalry Series games on the West Coast.
Women’s hockey will be in the spotlight at NHL All-Star Weekend – it'll be Canada-U.S. in a 3-on-3 showdown.
Bailey Bram, who won WWC gold in 2012 and Olympic silver in 2018, has called it a career after 100 international games.
Courtney Birchard-Kessel and Jenelle Kohanchuk, who won five 4 Nations Cup gold medals, have called it a career.
With Team Canada in Moncton, it’s a chance for Stacy Wilson to reminisce about her unique journey through the game.
The last time Canada and the U.S. visited New Brunswick, some of the best to ever play the women’s game starred.
Canada will ice a roster with no shortage of experience when it opens the Rivalry Series in Hartford and Moncton.
Canada and the United States will clash in a five-game set, with Canadian stops in Moncton, Victoria and Vancouver.
Canada’s National Women’s Team will head south of the border from Nov. 8-10 for a two-game exhibition series.
Canada’s National Women’s Team will hold a series of four-day mini-camps as part of its prep for women’s worlds.
Almost a decade after winning gold in Vancouver, Team Canada will go into the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame.
Allie Munroe says work ethic and determination earned her a spot at the BFL National Women's Team Fall Festival.
The 47 players invited to Liverpool include 11 Olympic gold medallists and 22 who won bronze at worlds last spring.
The road to the 2020 women’s worlds begins when Liverpool, N.S., welcomes the nation’s top players from Sept. 9-15.
Twenty-two Canadians – 12 referees and 10 linesmen – have been selected to work IIHF world championships in 2019-20.
The nation’s top young netminders will be in the spotlight in Calgary at a pair of goaltending camps in early June.
The IIHF Women’s World Championship is returning to the Maritimes – Halifax and Truro will welcome the world in 2020.
Saulnier had a goal and assist, but Canada fell in the series finale.
Larocque scored, but Canada dropped the final Canadian stop.
Bach was the extra-time hero to get Canada its first victory.
Bettez got Canada within one, but it was edged by the U.S. in Moncton.
Bach opened the scoring, but Canada dropped the Rivalry opener.
Clark had a hat trick (ES, PP, SH) to lead Canada to a series sweep.
Bach scored twice and Poulin had 1G 1A in the series-opening win.
Victoria Bach scored the shootout winner in the Fall Festival closer.
Sarah Fillier led the scoring charge with two goals and one assist.
Spooner scored her second goal of Fall Festival in Red's loss.
Daoust scored 2:57 into overtime to give Red a narrow win over White.
2024 WWC: CAN 6 – USA 5 (Gold Medal)
Serdachny was the hero, scoring 5:16 into OT to give Canada gold.
2024 WWC: CAN 4 – CZE 0 (Semifinal)
Emily Clark had a goal and an assist, pushing Canada into the final.
2024 WWC: CAN 5 – SWE 1 (Quarterfinal)
Fast scored twice to help Canada to a spot in the semifinals.
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