2022-23 National Women's Team

Nineteen gold medallists from 2021 will once again wear the Maple Leaf as Canada looks to defend its title at the 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Denmark.
Canada’s National Women’s Team earned a 7-2 win over Canada’s National Development Team to close out camp ahead of women’s worlds.
Two goals from Marie-Philip Poulin helped Red earn its first win and close out National Women’s Team selection camp.
Mikayla Grant-Mentis scored an assist and the game winner in Black’s 4-2 win over Gold at national women’s selection camp.
Emma Maltais scored both goals for Gold in its 2-1 win over Red at National Women’s Team selection camp on Friday night.
Blayre Turnbull, Emily Clark, Laura Stacey and Audrey-Ann Veillette all scored in White’s second win of selection camp.
White scored three unanswered goals to win its first intrasquad game at the National Women’s Team selection camp.
Eldridge had a goal and two assists and Bach scored twice in Black’s opening win at national women’s selection camp.
One hundred and forty-two of Canada’s top players are headed west to Calgary after earning invites to selection camps.
Troy Ryan, Courtney Birchard-Kessel and Kori Cheverie will lead Canada’s three national women’s teams this season.
NWT: BLK 8 – RED 4 (Intrasquad)
Eldridge had 1G 2A and Bach scored 2G in Black’s opening camp win.
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2021-22 NWT: CAN 3 – USA 2 (OT)
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