2021-22 National Women's Team

MIC’D UP WITH JAMIE LEE RATTRAY
What does National Women’s Team centralization look like from the inside? Follow Team Canada forward Jamie Lee Rattray as she shares a glimpse of centralized life.
A day with their heroes
Young players gathered in Trail, B.C., for the Pond to Podium Development Series, presented by Canadian Tire.
She may be the youngest centralized player, but Julia Gosling is ready to battle and secure her spot as an Olympian.
Canada’s National Women’s Team will go west to B.C. to face off against the Trail Smoke Eaters and Cranbrook Bucks.
Alison Domenico has been added to the coaching staff of Team Canada for the 2021-22 season, replacing Jim Midgley.
A special thank you
A women’s worlds 557 days in the making would not have been possible without the partners, volunteers and fans.
A day at the rink
Follow Brianne Jenner through an average day at camp – from a video session and practice to watching Tokyo 2020.
The puck finally drops Aug. 20 at women’s worlds, with Canada facing off against Finland in its opener in Calgary.
Cherie Piper has been named senior manager of scouting and player development, overseeing women’s national teams.
Canada’s national teams will return to the ice in 2021, with six programs set to gather in Calgary for summer camps.
The 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship is heading to Alberta this August, with Calgary selected as the new host.
Troy Ryan will lead Team Canada in Beijing, alongside Kori Cheverie, Doug Derraugh, Jim Midgley and Brad Kirkwood.
The road to the 2022 Olympic Winter Games goes through Calgary, with 28 women competing for 23 roster spots.
Gosling, Daoust and Eldridge scored in Canada’s loss to the Bucks.
Fillier scored Canada’s lone goal in its loss to the Smoke Eaters.
Cooper scored the winner in the third to give the dev team the win.
Daoust scored a hat trick to lead Team Canada to a big win.
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2021 WWC: CAN 3 – USA 2 OT (Gold Medal)
Poulin scored the OT winner to give Canada its 11th world title.
2021 WWC: CAN 4 – SUI 0 (Semifinal)
Daoust scored again, netting two to lead Canada into the gold medal game.
2021 WWC: CAN 7 – GER 0 (Quarterfinal)
Spooner scored twice to help send Canada into the semifinals.
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