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Plenty of National Women’s Under-18 Championship experience at U18, development team camps
Jason La Rose
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August 14, 2013
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As Canada’s National Women’s Development Team and Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team hopefuls hit the ice for selection camps this week, there is no shortage of players with National Women’s Under-18 Championship experience on the camp rosters.

Of the 80 players competing a chance to wear red and white, 59 are alumnae of the U18 nationals, including players from all eight provincial and regional teams, and 25 who will have a chance to play at a second or third national championship this November in Calgary.

The list includes seven players who helped Ontario Blue win its first U18 national title last fall in Dawson Creek, B.C., and 12 players who won a combined 18 gold medals with Ontario at the 2008, 2009 and 2011 tournaments.

NOTE: Some Ontario players have participated in the tournament with both Ontario Blue and Ontario Red, and are counted with both teams in the totals below.

CANADA’S NATIONAL WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT TEAM – U18 NATIONALS ALUMNAE

Alberta (1) – Eden Murray (2011, 2012)

Atlantic (3) – Alexis Crossley (2009, 2011); Shannon MacAulay (2009, 2011); Jillian Saulnier (2007, 2008, 2009)

British Columbia (4) –Kayleigh Fratkin (2007, 2008, 2009); Jordan Krause (2011); Julia McKinnon (2011); Kimberly Newell (2011)

Manitoba (5) –Christine Bestland (2007, 2008, 2009); Shelby Bram (2009); Ashleigh Brykaliuk (2011, 2012); Karissa Kirkup (2011, 2012); Halli Krzyzaniak (2011, 2012)

Ontario Blue (7) –Erin Ambrose (2008); Hannah Armstrong (2008); Hanna Bunton (2011); Shannon Doyle (2007); Sarah Edney (2009); Jamie Lee Rattray (2007); Laura Stacey (2009)

Ontario Red (12) – Erin Ambrose (2009, 2011); Hannah Armstrong (2009); Hanna Bunton (2012); Mellissa Channell (2011); Hayleigh Cudmore (2008, 2009); Shannon Doyle (2008, 2009); Erica Howe (2009); Rebecca Kohler (2011); Carly Mercer (2008, 2009); Jamie Lee Rattray (2008, 2009); Laura Stacey (2011); Kelly Terry (2008, 2009)

Quebec (6) – Gabrielle Davidson (2008, 2009); Chloé Desjardins (2008, 2009); Catherine Dubois (2011, 2012); Sarah Lefort (2011); Vickie Lemire (2011); Cassandra Poudrier (2007, 2008, 2009)

Saskatchewan (2) – Emily Clark (2011, 2012); Shelby Nisbet (2007, 2008)

CANADA’S NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-18 TEAM – U18 NATIONALS ALUMNAE

Alberta (2) – Jessica Healey (2012); Karly Heffernan (2011, 2012)

Atlantic (1) – Jennifer MacAskill (2011, 2012)

British Columbia (7) – Brielle Bellerive (2012); Alyssa Erickson (2012); Samantha Fieseler (2011, 2012); Micah Hart (2012); Hannah Miller (2011, 2012); Sarah Potomak (2012); Lauren Spring (2011, 2012)

Manitoba (1) – Danielle Krzyszczyk (2011, 2012)

Ontario Blue (7) – Victoria Bach (2012); Rebecca Leslie (2012); Ainsley MacMillan (2012); Mackenzie MacNeil (2012); Kirsten Miller (2012); Hailey Noronha (2012); Lauren Williams (2012)

Ontario Red (4) – Taytum Clairmont (2012); Kassidy Sauve (2012); Lauren Wildfang (2012); Breanne Wilson-Bennett (2012)

Quebec (3) – Alexandra Labelle (2011, 2012); Stephanie Lalancette (2011, 2012); Ève-Audrey Picard (2011, 2012)

Summer also means development camps for the eight teams leading into the 2013 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, Nov. 6-10 at the Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary. More than 250 players are attending camps, hoping for a chance to be in the national spotlight this fall.

For more information:

Vacant
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 

 

Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
[email protected]

 

Spencer Sharkey
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4567 / 905-906-5327 (mobile)
[email protected]

 

Katie Macleod
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427 / 403-612-2893 (mobile)
[email protected]

 

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