2020-21 National Women's Under-18 Team

A women’s hockey trailblazer in Quebec and the Isobel Gathorne-Hardy Award recipient, Ève Gascon is a champion in her community, even when there’s no hockey to be played.
Players and staff involved with Canada’s national teams will participate in mandatory diversity and inclusion seminars.
Development and U18 athletes are attending online camps that will run through the end of the summer and beyond.
Buglioni had a goal and assist to help Canada advance to play for gold.
Cherkowski and Picard scored to help Canada edge the United States.
Eight different skaters had points to lead Canada past the Finns.
Gosling scored the overtime winner to lead Canada past Russia.
Naud and Wheeler scored the goals in a narrow overtime defeat.
McLeod scored twice to lead Canada to the series-opening victory.
Paul supplied a goal and an assist to power White to victory.
McLeod and Bogden scored the goals to help Blue blank Russia.
Paul scored the game-winning and insurance goals to lead White.
White tied it late and went three-for-three in a shootout victory.
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NWT: Thank you, Mel Davidson
Take a look back at memories from Mel Davidson’s long and decorated career with Hockey Canada.
2020 U18WWC: USA 2 – CAN 1 OT (Gold)
Sarah Paul scored but Canada fell to the United States in overtime.
2020 U18WWC: CAN 4 – FIN 1 (Semifinal)
Buglioni had a goal and an assist to help Canada to win over Finland.
2020 U18WWC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Preliminary)
Cherkowski and Picard scored to help Canada edge the United States.