2021-22 National Women's Under-18 Team

Ava Murphy had a goal and an assist, Jocelyn Amos got the winner and Canada claimed its sixth gold at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship with a 3-2 win over the U.S.
Six members of the Etobicoke Dolphins are wearing the Maple Leaf at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
That or That?
Snipe or dangle? Summer or winter? Red jersey or white jersey? Canada’s under-18 women face rapid-fire questions.
Meet Team Canada!
Get to know members of Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team as it goes for gold at U18 women’s worlds in Wisconsin.
After suffering an upper-body injury in pre-tournament play, Jade Iginla will not play for Canada in Wisconsin.
Twenty-three players from five Members will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2022 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Forty players have earned invitations to selection camp in Calgary ahead of the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
They weren’t able to go for gold in Sweden, but 23 players were selected to represent Canada at U18 women’s worlds.
Hockey Canada has issued a statement on the cancellation of the 2022 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship in Sweden.
Forty players have earned invitations to selection camp ahead of the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
Olivia Muhn and her Burlington Barracudas teammates are building connections through their mentorship program.
After moving to Canada from England, Lucy Phillips not only made friends, but created unforgettable memories in hockey.
Welcome to Calgary!
From far and wide, the future of Canadian women’s hockey has touched down in Alberta for women’s U18 summer camp.
Cherie Piper has been named senior manager of scouting and player development, overseeing women’s national teams.
Forty-six players have been invited to Calgary for Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team summer camp.
Forty-three National Women’s Development Team athletes and 23 NextGen athletes have been invited to Calgary.
Canada’s national teams will return to the ice in 2021, with six programs set to gather in Calgary for summer camps.

Chantler scored the GWG with 9:30 left, sending Canada to the final.

Seven different goal scorers helped Canada to a quarterfinal victory.

Pietersen finished with 27 saves as Canada dropped its prelim finale.

Hicks scored twice as Canada downed the Swedes for its first win.

Canada outshot Finland 40-17 but came up short in its worlds opener.

Henderson scored, but Canada fell in pre-U18 women’s worlds action.

MacEachern and Hicks scored, and Phillips and Mark earned a shutout.
Duscio, Newhook and MacSween scored in the third period to lead Black.
Wunder and Frenette scored in the shootout to help Black to the win.
Avi Adam scored twice to help White to the first intrasquad win.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 8 – FIN 1 (Bronze)
Kraemer, Primerano and Stonehouse each scored twice in Canada’s win.
2024 U18WWC: CZE 4 – CAN 2 (Semifinal)
Primerano and Zablocki scored but Canada fell to Czechia in the semis.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 6 – SUI 0 (Quarterfinals)
D’Alessandro scored twice to lead Canada to advance to the semifinals.
2024 U18WWC: CAN 10 – FIN 0 (Preliminary)
Primerano and Kraemer scored hat tricks as Canada downed Finland.