2018-19 National Women's Under-18 Team

Maddi Wheeler poked in her own rebound 1:34 into overtime, giving Canada a 3-2 win over the United States and its fifth gold at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
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Four returnees highlight Team Canada for the 2019 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, chasing a fifth world title.
45 players will wear red and white in Calgary after earning their way onto Team Canada for three games against the U.S.
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Canada’s national women’s team programs will get the season underway with 84 invitees gathering for selection camps.
The future of the women’s game will be on display Aug. 16-19 when Canada faces the U.S. in a pair of three-game series.
Serdachny scored in OT to give Canada a spot in the gold medal game.
Guay had a goal and two assists to help Canada to a semifinal berth.
Gosling and Cote had a goal apiece, but Canada was edged by the U.S.
Serdachny scored the GWG to lead Canada to a win in its worlds opener.
Gardiner scored a pair of goals to lead Canada to the pre-worlds win.
Guay scored the overtime winner to lead Canada to the series victory.
Julia Gosling opened and closed the scoring to help Canada to the win.
Guay scored and Kirk made 29 saves, but Canada was edged in overtime.
Snow and Trevors scored to lead Red to victory in the camp finale.
Third-period goals from Snow, Weiss and Guay led Red to victory.
Bochna had a goal and an assist to lead Red to the camp-opening win.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 8 – FIN 1 (Bronze)
Kraemer, Primerano and Stonehouse each scored twice in Canada’s win.
2024 U18WWC: CZE 4 – CAN 2 (Semifinal)
Primerano and Zablocki scored but Canada fell to Czechia in the semis.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 6 – SUI 0 (Quarterfinals)
D’Alessandro scored twice to lead Canada to advance to the semifinals.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 10 – FIN 0 (Preliminary)
Primerano and Kraemer scored hat tricks as Canada downed Finland.