2022 Olympic Winter Games (Women)

2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games - Women’s Hockey | Hockey Canada

Marie-Philip Poulin scored the golden goal again and Sarah Nurse set a pair of Olympic records as Canada claimed its fifth gold medal with a 3-2 win over the United States.
The auction is open! Until Feb. 21, get your bids in on game-worn jerseys from Canada’s men’s and women’s teams.
Memories of Salt Lake City
Members of Team Canada share their memories of 2002, and the impact that first Olympic gold medal had on them.
Meet the five Canadian women who will represent the country as officials at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing.
Twenty-three players, including 10 first time Olympians, will represent Canada at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
NextGen names Team Canada
Minor hockey players do the honours of naming Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
First-Time Olympic Feeling
The 10 rookies who have been named to Team Canada for Beijing 2022 share what this moment means for them.
The new Team Canada
Following in the historic footsteps of those before them, 23 women have been selected to bring home Olympic gold.
Hockey Canada and Nike have unveiled the red, white and black Team Canada Olympic and Paralympic hockey jerseys.
How does Canada’s Women’s Olympic Team match up against its four prelim opponents – FIN, ROC, SUI and USA?
The quest for a fifth Olympic gold begins Feb. 2 when Canada takes on Switzerland at the National Indoor Stadium.
Troy Ryan will lead Team Canada in Beijing, alongside Kori Cheverie, Doug Derraugh, Jim Midgley and Brad Kirkwood.

Poulin scored twice to help Canada advance to another gold medal game.

Jenner and Fillier scored hat tricks to send Canada to the semifinals.

Desbiens made a historic 51 saves and Jenner scored twice in the win.

Five different players recorded a goal and an assist in a win over ROC.

Nurse and Jenner scored hat tricks to give Canada its second win.

Spooner and Thompson had five points each in the opening-game victory.

2024 NWT Rivalry Series: CAN 6 – USA 1 (Game 7)
Spooner and Maltais scored twice to lead Canada to win the series.
2023-24 NWT: CAN 3 – USA 0 (Game 6)
Maschmeyer made 27 saves for the shutout to tie the Rivalry Series.
2023-24 NWT: CAN 4 – USA 2 (Game 5)
Bell, Fast and Stacey scored late to help Canada stay alive.
2023 WWC: USA 6 – CAN 3 (Gold Medal)
Jenner scored twice, but Canada finished with silver in Brampton.