2021 IIHF Women's World Championship

The 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship will be played on Canadian ice from August 20-31, with Hockey Canada and the IIHF to announce the host city in the coming weeks.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Province of Nova Scotia has cancelled the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship.
The forward checks in with her thoughts on camp, the excitement of Red vs. White and the resilience of the group.
Go behind the scenes and follow Team Canada on its two-year journey to the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship.
All-Access: A day in the life
What does an average day look like at selection camp? On and off the ice, check in with Mélodie Daoust from Halifax.
Check out what’s happening on the ice at the Scotiabank Centre with photos from Team Canada practices.
All-Access: Hello, Halifax!
They’re here! Flights are in, hotel check-ins are done and 47 players are settled into Halifax for selection camp.
As players and staff settle into selection camp, the six-time world champion talks about her affection for Halifax.
Forty-seven players have earned invites to Halifax ahead of the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship.
The puck drops May 6 in Halifax and Truro, N.S., with Canada set to take on Finland in its women’s worlds opener.
As a young girl, a university athlete and a physician, Dr. Laura Bennion has always had a connection to Canada’s game.
The forward talks about returning to Nova Scotia, the importance of hotel snacks and seeing the team progress.
Halifax and Truro, N.S., will finally welcome the world to the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship from May 6-16.
The defenceman talks about settling into Halifax for camp and skating at the women’s worlds venue for the first time.
Team Canada will take another step towards women’s worlds when Halifax hosts training camp beginning March 1.
On Pink Shirt Day, Jill Saulnier talks about getting more women and girls involved in sports, and how to #EndBullying.
The defenceman opens up about her struggles with anxiety and depression, and being seen as just a hockey player.
Team Canada is going outside the box with leadership coach Judy Riege as it builds its culture on and off the ice.
Check out what’s happening on and off the ice at the BFL National Women’s Team Training Camp, presented by Sobeys.
The defenceman talks about the Team Canada environment, what the velvet cape means, and playing the first game.
Hockey Canada is going back to the bubble as 49 athletes gather in Calgary for a pair of national team camps.
Forty-seven players have earned invites to the first on-ice camp of the 2020-21 season, set for this week in Calgary.
A few months later than usual, Canada’s best are ready to gather – a big step on the short road to women’s worlds.
How many gold medals? How many international rookies? How many Esso Cup alumna? Take a look at the 35 at camp.
Hockey-playing Barbie dolls are hitting the shelves at Tim Hortons, with proceeds helping grow the women’s game.
On International Day of the Girl, some of the most influential women in the game share their vision for the future.
Hockey Canada and Nike have unveiled a limited edition heritage jersey that brings together passion and history.
Haley Irwin and Jocelyne Larocque took their coach education to the next level during the Skills Coach Seminar.
Conversation with Olympians
Hundreds of girls from across North America went online with women’s hockey stars and were inspired to dream big.
White scored four times in the second period to win the camp opener.
2020-21 NWT: RED 3 – WHT 2 (Intrasquad)
Daoust got the GWG and Campbell made 28 saves to help Red to the win.
2020-21 NWT: WHT 5 – RED 1 (Intrasquad)
White scored four times in the second period to win the selection camp opener.
2020-21 NWT: Sights from selection camp (April 16)
Check out what’s happening on the ice at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.
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