2019 National Women's Under-18 Championship

Sarah Campbell recorded a goal and an assist, and Grace Nelles and Olivia Wallin scored key goals in the second period to propel Ontario Red to its fifth-straight gold.
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Ann-Frédérik Naud tied the game with 3:41 to go and Emilie Lussier won it late in overtime, giving Quebec bronze.
Kayle Osborne and Arden Kliewer waged a goalie duel in the gold medal game and that earns them first and second star.
Quebec netminder Ève Gascon’s pathway through the game has echoed the road taken by her idol Charline Labonté.
Jordyn and Kyla Bear want to advance their hockey careers and be role models for the Ochapowace Cree First Nation.
No matter where Abby Newhook plays, her grandmother Ann comes along and finds a seat in the attacking zone.
With a calming influence and ability to connect, Bob Agnew has spent 30+ years as a hockey ambassador in Morden.
The puck will drop Nov. 5 in Morden and Winkler, Man., with the host province taking on Ontario Blue in its opener.
Morden and Winkler will welcome the future of the female game at the 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Lum scored the GWG and insurance marker to help Red advance.
Brick and Focht had 1G 2A each to send Saskatchewan to the final.
Cherkowski and Buglioni led B.C. with a goal and an assist apiece.
Rossignol scored and McCallum got the shutout in the Atlantic win.
Naud had a goal and an assist in the third period to lead Quebec.
Cooper registered a goal and an assist to keep Red unbeaten.
Bahl scored the GWG late in the third to help Blue win Group B.
Bogden scored both goals, and Alberta hung on to edge past Atlantic.
Paul and Chan had three points apiece to lead B.C. past the hosts.
Thompson scored twice, including the GWG, to help Red to the win.
39 saves from McPherson made the difference in the Blue win.
Anderson scored the shootout winner to complete the comeback.
Five different players scored to help Blue down the host province.
Cooper registered a goal and a helper to propel Red past Atlantic.
Labad produced three points and Picard scored twice in a convincing win.
A three-point game from Neena Brick helped Saskatchewan top Alberta.
Ontario Red, B.C., Alberta and Atlantic earned pre-tournament wins.
2019 NWU18C: QUE 2 OT – ON-B 1 (Bronze)
Lussier was the overtime hero for Quebec in the bronze medal match.
2019 NWU18C: ON-R 3 – SK 1 (Gold)
Campbell led the charge in the gold medal game with two points.
2019 NWU18C: ATL 1 – MAN 0 (7th Place)
Rossignol scored and McCallum got the shutout in the Atlantic win.
2019 NWU18C: ON-R 4 – QUE 2 (Semifinal)
Lum scored the winner and insurance marker in the semifinal match.