2023-24 National Women's Team

Danielle Serdachny was the overtime hero, banging in a power-play goal 5:16 into the extra frame to give Canada a 6-5 win over the United States and its 13th gold medal.


Highlights: CAN 6 USA 5 OT (Gold)



Highlights: CAN 4, CZE 0 (Semifinal)



Highlights: CAN 5, SWE 1 (Quarterfinal)


The National Women’s Team goaltender talks about life with partner Geneviève Lacasse, starting a family, playing in the PWHL and the importance of being one’s true self.
From Terwillegar Arena to Colgate University to Women’s Worlds, Danielle Serdachny is living her hockey dreams.
Meet Sommer Christie
From the Rugby World Cup to Women’s Worlds, the mental performance consultant is still serving her country.
Can you draw a self portrait?
With 45 seconds on the clock, we asked Canada’s National Women’s Team to draw a portrait of themselves.
Can you draw the logo?
With 45 seconds on the clock, we asked Canada’s National Women’s Team to draw the Hockey Canada logo.
From Drake to the Olympics, Alex Clarke has broken barriers and inspired young officials on her unique hockey journey.
Twenty silver medallists from 2023 will don the Maple Leaf at the 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championship in New York.
Three-time Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion Meghan Agosta is hanging up her skates.
Fourteen years after meeting Natalie Spooner, Maggie Connors is lacing up alongside her idol with Team Canada.
The comms manager talks about her journey, working in sports as a minority and advice for the next generation.
Twenty-four players have been named to the roster for the Rivalry Series finale in Saskatoon, Regina and St. Paul.
Beginning a new chapter
As the puck drops on the inaugural PWHL season, Team Canada reflects on what it means for women’s hockey.
Celebrating the girls’ game
More than 140 girls enjoyed an Esso Fun Day in Sarnia, featuring on-ice sessions, workshops and pizza parties.
After being teammates at the U18 and development levels, Julia and Nicole Gosling are reunited at the Rivalry Series.
Twenty-three players have been named to the roster for Rivalry Series games in Kitchener and Sarnia in December.
Twenty-three players have been named to the roster for the first two Rivalry Series games in Tempe and Los Angeles.
Gina Kingsbury and Troy Ryan will lead Team Canada as GM and head coach, respectively, through the 2025-26 season.
Two-time Olympic and Women’s Worlds gold medallist Meaghan Mikkelson has retired from Team Canada.
On the International Day of the Girl Child, a who’s-who of women’s hockey share a little bit of advice for young girls.
The Rivalry Series between Canada and the United States returns this season with stops in Ontario and Saskatchewan.
From No. 2 to No. 89, the inaugural PWHL Draft was all about Canadian women’s hockey – 48 players from eight Members.
Engaging goalies in practice
Go on the ice with goalie coach Brad Kirkwood as he balances skills and fun during a Team Canada practice.
An afternoon in the orchard
Team Canada campers joined the Brock Jr. Badgers to pick apples to donate to local food banks in St. Catharines.
Forty-six players have earned invites to begin the 2023-24 season at National Women’s Team camp in Thorold.
Gina Kingsbury will depart Hockey Canada after accepting a position with the new Professional Women’s Hockey League.
Troy Ryan, Kori Cheverie and Tara Watchorn will be behind the bench with Canada’s national women’s teams in 2023-24.
Women's Worlds
Clark and Larocque had a goal and an assist each in Canada's win.
Fast scored twice to help Canada to a spot in the semifinals.

Desbiens was terrific with 29 saves, but Canada fell in overtime.

O’Neill finished with 2G 1A to help Canada blank the Czechs.
Maschmeyer posted a 17-save shutout as Canada blanked the Swiss.
Shelton finished with 1G 2A to help Canada to an opening win.
Turnbull had two goals and an assist in Canada’s exhibition win.
Rivalry Series
Spooner and Maltais scored 2G each to lead Canada to the series win.
Maschmeyer made 27 saves for the shutout to tie the Rivalry Series.
Bell, Fast and Stacey scored late to help Canada stay alive.
Desbiens was perfect in the shootout to lead Canada to victory.
Serdachny and Clark scored, but Canada fell in overtime in Kitchener.
Stacey and Rattray had goals, but Canada dropped a decision in L.A.
Jenner scored, but Canada fell short in the Rivalry opener in Tempe.
Fall Festival
Stacey scored a hat trick as Red closed women's camp with a win.
Cherkowski scored twice in White’s win in the intrasquad opener.
2024 WWC: CAN 6 – USA 5 (Gold Medal)
Serdachny was the hero, scoring 5:16 into OT to give Canada gold.
2024 WWC: CAN 4 – CZE 0 (Semifinal)
Emily Clark had a goal and an assist, pushing Canada into the final.
2024 WWC: CAN 5 – SWE 1 (Quarterfinal)
Fast scored twice to help Canada to a spot in the semifinals.
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