2023 National Women's Under-18 Championship

Mackenzie Alexander scored her second of the game 25 seconds into overtime, and Red rode three power-play goals to a dramatic win and a 13th U18 national championship.
Carving her own path
She has one of the most recognizable names in sports, but London McDavid is driven to make her own mark in hockey.
Playing in memory of Dylan
Hockey became an outlet and a healing space for Kolbee Ashe after her brother, Dylan, passed away in a car accident.
From players in 2012 to coaches in 2023, Jane Kish and Jessie Olfert are returning to northern B.C. for U18 Nationals.
Seven communities in five provinces – from B.C. to P.E.I. – will play host to national and international events.
Primerano, Dods and Maynard each scored to help B.C. win bronze.
D’Alessandro had a hat trick and two assists to send Quebec to the final.
Clark made 21 saves as Ontario Red shut out Alberta in the semifinals.
Zablocki scored twice and Drabyk made 40 saves in a Prairie win.
S. Manness and Comte scored to help lead Manitoba to seventh.
Jackson notched a goal and two assists to send B.C. to the semis.
Barrette made 29 saves for the shutout and a spot in the semifinals.
Alexander registered a pair of goals in Red’s win over Atlantic.
D’Alessandro had two goals and an assist to lead Quebec to the semis.
Hotles scored twice to lead Ontario Red to first in Group A.
Christie made 28 saves to help Alberta blank its Prairie neighbours.
Haslam had two goals and an assist to help Blue to its first win.
Chouinard scored 4:50 into OT to give Quebec first in Group B.
Four different players scored goals to help B.C. remain undefeated.
Lafleur scored the OT winner to complete the Quebec comeback.
Venusio was the overtime hero for Red in the Battle of Ontario.
Grant, Mcleod and Watson recorded a goal and assist in an Alberta win.
Lloyd-Howe scored two goals and an assist to help B.C. to a win.
M. Tremblay had a goal and an assist to lead Quebec past Alberta.
Alexander and Thompson had two points each in an Ontario Red win.
Stein and Zablocki scored two each to help Saskatchewan to its first win.
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2023 U18 Nationals: Saturday, November 11 (Medal Games)
Ontario Red won a 13th U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek
2023 U18 Nationals: Friday, November 10 (Semifinals & Placement)
Ontario Red and Quebec will play for U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek.
2023 U18 Nationals: Thursday, November 9 (Quarterfinals)
Alberta, B.C., Ontario Red and Quebec advanced to the semifinals in Dawson Creek.
2023 U18 Nationals: Tuesday, November 7 (Preliminary)
Ontario Red and Quebec finish the preliminary round undefeated in Dawson Creek.