2021-22 National Women's Team


Highlights: CAN 3, USA 2 OT (Dec. 17)



Highlights: CAN 2, USA 1 OT (Dec. 15)



Highlights: USA 2, CAN 0 (Nov. 23)


After two years of adversity, Canada’s National Women’s Team sits atop the hockey world, bonded more by their friendship than what it has accomplished on the ice.
Grassroots to gold medal
Jill Saulnier and Renata Fast headed east for the Pond to Podium Gold Medal Tour, presented by Canadian Tire.
Twenty-three players, including 10 first time Olympians, will represent Canada at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
Feed the Dream: Ep. 5
The countless hours Canada’s National Women’s Team spends together during centralization bonds them as a family.
Day in the life: Zandee-Hart
What does a day look like in centralization? Go on the road with Micah Zandee-Hart and the women’s team.
Feed the Dream: Ep. 4
Canada’s National Women’s Team find plenty of moments for fun and celebration together during centralization. 
Feed the Dream: Ep. 3
Teammates become family for Canada’s National Women’s Team through their centralization season away from home in Calgary.
Feed the Dream: Ep. 2
Canada’s National Women’s Team was tested with long road trips and journeys overseas throughout centralization. 
Feed the Dream: Ep. 1
Twenty-nine players assembled in Calgary last fall for centralization – living, training and eating together.  
Whether it’s a position transition or location move, Ashton Bell has adapted to changes in her quest to play in Beijing.
The best women’s hockey players may be adversaries on ice, but they are united when advocating for a sustainable league.
Mic’d up with Ambrose
Erin Ambrose of Canada’s National Women’s Team gives an inside look of what life is like inside of centralization.
Meet Gil Langlois and Darren Saulnier, coaches who made an impact on members of Canada’s National Women’s Team.
Day in the life: Nurse
What does a day look like in centralization? Go behind the scenes with Sarah Nurse and Canada’s National Women’s Team.
With Team Canada in Kingston, Ont., Jayna Hefford will have her jersey raised to the rafters of the Leon’s Centre.
Canada’s National Women’s Team will play nine games against the United States as part of its Olympic preparations.
All Access: Fan questions
Find out a little bit more about Jaime Bourbonnais and Ann-Renée Desbiens on their journey through centralization.
Meet Stacey Marnoch and Erick Robertson, coaches who made an impact on members of Canada’s National Women’s Team.
Mic’d up with Jamie Lee
Follow National Women’s Team forward Jamie Lee Rattray as she shares a glimpse of life during centralization.
Poulin scored another OT winner to give Canada a victory in St. Louis.
Poulin scored twice, including the OT winner, to lead Canada to a win.
Spooner and Fillier had 1G 1A each to help Canada finish the sweep.
Clark scored a late winner to lead Canada past the PWHPA all-stars.
Desbiens finished with 18 saves, but Canada was blanked in Ottawa.
Bach scored two goals, helping Canada finish the sweep in Finland.
Spooner had a hat trick and Campbell earned the SO in the Canadian win.
Four players scored goals as Canada claimed the series opener.
Desbiens made 24 saves, but Canada was blanked by the Kodiaks.

Saulnier scored the lone goal in Canada’s loss to the Grizzlys.

Fillier netted a pair, including a late GWG, to send Canada to the win.
Clark scored twice to give Canada the win in the Rivalry opener.
Campbell made 19 saves, but Canada was blanked by the Dragons.
Gosling, Daoust and Eldridge scored in Canada’s loss to the Bucks.
Fillier scored Canada’s lone goal in its loss to the Smoke Eaters.
Cooper scored the winner in the third to give the dev team the win.
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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