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OffseasonEdit

  • On September 22, 2010, Olympic silver medallist Jinelle Zaugg and current US goaltender Jessie Vetter threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Miller Park before the Milwaukee Brewers]]/Cincinnati Reds baseball game.[1]

News and notesEdit

  • On December 16, 2010, former USA Hockey player Karyn Bye was selected to the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame Class of 2011.[2]
  • January 19, 2011: The city of Burlington, Vermont has been selected to host the 2012 IIHF Women's World Ice Hockey championships.[3]
  • March 25, 2011: Jinelle Zaugg announced her retirement from the U.S. Women’s National Program.[4]

Senior teamEdit

The first tournament for the US team in the season will be the 2010 Four Nations Cup.

Four Nations CupEdit

Date Opponent Location Time Score Goal scorers
Fri Nov 5 Sweden Brunswick, Maine 7 pm USA 4-1 Sweden [5] Jinelle Zaugg-Siergiej (2), Caitlin Cahow, Allie Thunstrom
Tues Nov 9 Canada St. John's, Newfoundland 6 pm USA 3-2 Canada(Shootout)[6]US: Jenny Potter, Meghan Duggan
Can: Marie-Philip Poulin, Meaghan Mikkelson
Wed Nov 10 Finland St. John's, Nfld 6 pm USA 4-0 Finland[7] Jocelyne Lamoureux, Brianne Decker, Meghan Duggan (2)
Fri Nov 12 Sweden St. John's, Nfld 11:30 am USA 4-0 Sweden[8] Hilary Knight, Kacey Bellamy, Monique Lamoureux, Erika Lawler
Sat Nov 13 Canada (Gold Medal Game) St. John's, Nfld 7:30 pm USA 2-3 Canada (OT) [9] Julie Chu, Kendall Coyne
[10]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Club
1 Molly Schaus G 5-8 Boston College Eagles
31Jessie Vetter G 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
22Kacey Bellamy D 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
8 Caitlin Cahow D 5-4 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
9 Molly Engstrom D 5-9 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Meagan Mangene D 5-6 Boston College Eagles
Michelle Picard D 5-6 Noble and Greenough School/Massachusetts Spitfires U19
Josephine Pucci D 5-8 Harvard Crimson
Anne Schleper D 5-10 Minnesota Golden Gophers
13 Julie Chu F 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Kendall Coyne F 5-2 Berkshire School
Brianna Decker F 5-4 Wisconsin
10 Meghan Duggan F 5-9 Wisconsin
Sarah Erickson F 5-7 Minnesota
Amanda Kessel F 5-6 Minnesota
21 Hilary Knight F 5-10 Wisconsin
17 Jocelyne Lamoureux F 5-6 North Dakota
7 Monique Lamoureux F 5-6 North Dakota
Erika Lawler F 5-0 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Jenny Potter F 5-4 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Haley Skarupa F 5-5 Washington Pride U19
Allie Thunstrom F 5-5 Boston College

Holiday CampEdit

  • Forty players were invited take part in the 2010 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp. The camp was held from December 26 to 31 in Blaine, Minnesota. The six-day camp will serve as a tryout and training session for the U.S. Women's National Team. The coaching staff for the camp includes Katey Stone, head coach at Harvard University, Mark Hudak, head coach at Dartmouth College, and Hilary Witt, assistant women's ice hockey at Northeastern.[11]
  • December 21: Freshman goaltender Kerrin Sperry of the Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey program has been added to the roster for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp. [12]

RosterEdit

Name Position Height Club
Brianne McLaughlin G 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Alex Rigsby G 5-7 Wisconsin Badgers
Molly Schaus G 5-8 Boston College Eagles
Jessie Vetter G 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Kacey Bellamy D 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Blake Bolden D 5-6 Boston College
Caitlin Cahow D 5-4 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Molly Engstrom D 5-9 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Marissa Gedman D 5-9 Harvard Crimson
Kelly Jaminski D 6-0 Wisconsin Badgers
Meagan Mangene D 5-6 Boston College Eagles
Geena Prough D 5-2 Wisconsin Badgers
Josephine Pucci D 5-8 Harvard Crimson
Rachel Ramsey D 6-0 Minnetonka High School
Angela Ruggiero D 5-9 Boston Blades
Anne Schleper D 5-10 Minnesota Golden Gophers
Sasha Sherry D 6-0 Princeton Tigers
Brittany Ammerman F 5-6 Wisconsin Badgers
Brooke Ammerman F 5-8 Wisconsin Badgers
Kate Bacon F 5-6 Providence Friars
Julie Chu F 5-8 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Kendall Coyne F 5-2 Berkshire School
Brianna Decker F 5-4 Wisconsin
Meghan Duggan F 5-9 Wisconsin
Sarah Erickson F 5-7 Minnesota
Amanda Kessel F 5-6 Minnesota
Hilary Knight F 5-10 Wisconsin
Jocelyne Lamoureux F 5-6 North Dakota
Monique Lamoureux F 5-6 North Dakota
Erika Lawler F 5-0 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Jenny Potter F 5-4 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Haley Skarupa F 5-5 Washington Pride U19
Allie Thunstrom F 5-5 Boston College

IIHF World ChampionshipsEdit

The USA Women's National Team will attempt to repeat as gold medal winners as they compete in the 2011 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships in Switzerland. A total of 30 players were invited to the selection training camp in Ann Arbor, Michigan, from April 4-12, with the final 21-player roster set for the USA Women's National Team to be announced on April 9 [13]. Also USA will play a pair of games against Canada on April 7 and 8 in Michigan [14].

NotesEdit

  • On the 30 player preliminary roster, Alexandra Carpenter is the youngest player on the roster. The only players who have not competed in an Olympics, World Championship or World U18 Championship are Josephine Pucci and Jen Schoullis. Katey Stone will serve as the head coach and will be assisted by Mark Hudak from Dartmouth and Hilary Witt of Northeastern.[15]

RosterEdit

Number Position Name Height 2011 Club
29 Goaltender Brianne McLaughlin 5-8 N/A
1 Goaltender Molly Schaus 5-8 Boston College
31 Goaltender Jessie Vetter 5-8 N/A
22 Defense Kacey Bellamy 5-8 Boston Blades
8 Defense Caitlin Cahow 5-4 Boston Blades
9 Defense Molly Engstrom 5-9 Brampton Thunder
24 Defense Josephine Pucci 5-8 Harvard University
4 Defense Angela Ruggiero 5-9 Boston Blades
15 Defense Anne Schleper 5-10 Minnesota
13 Forward Julie Chu 5-8 Montreal Stars

Under 22 teamEdit

The team will participate in both the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival and the 2010 Under-22 Series. The Women's National Festival will run from August 13-21 at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. The U-22 team will depart the Festival early and travel to Toronto to compete in the three-game Under-22 Series against Canada from August 18-21. [16]

RosterEdit

Number Name Position Height Club
1 Lauren Dahm G 5'6" Clarkson
35 Alyssa Grogan G 5'6" Minnesota
2 Kasey Boucher D 5'7" Boston University
3 Kelly Wild D 5'3" Ohio State University
5 Anne Schleper D 5'10" Minnesota
9 Megan Bozek D 5'9" Minnesota
11 Montana Vichorek D 5'7" Bemidji State
25Sasha Sherry D 6'0" Providence
22 Amber Yung D 5'10" Minnesota
28 Josephine Pucci D 5'8" Harvard
7 Monique Lamoureux D 5'6" Minnesota

[17]

Team Canada seriesEdit

Date Score USA scorers
Aug. 18 4-1, Canada Monique Lamoureux
Aug. 19 6-5, Canada (shootout) Brianna Decker, Monique Lamoureux (2), Hilary Knight (2) [18]
Aug. 21 7-2, Canada Amanda Kessel, Kendall Coyne


Under 19 teamEdit

  • Scoring leaders 2011 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM POS
Flag of the United States Alex Carpenter 5 6 4 10 +4 0 FW
Flag of the United States Hannah Brandt 5 5 5 10 +11 2 FW
Flag of the United States Amanda Pelkey 5 4 6 10 +9 2 FW
Flag of the United States Emily Field 5 4 5 9 +8 0 FW
Flag of the United States Haley Skarupa 5 3 5 8 +5 0 FW
Flag of the United States Layla Marvin 5 6 1 7 +9 2 FW
GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalties In Minutes; POS = Position

[19]

RosterEdit

Awards and honorsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  12. http://www.goterriers.com/sports/w-hockey/spec-rel/122110aac.html
  13. USA Hockey, Women's prelim roster set, http://www.usahockey.com/Template_Usahockey.aspx?NAV=TU_02_03&id=298200
  14. USA Hockey, U.S. women to play Canada in Ann Arbor, http://www.usahockey.com/Template_Usahockey.aspx?NAV=TU_02_03&id=301020
  15. http://www.usahockey.com/Template_Usahockey.aspx?NAV=TU_02_03&id=298200
  16. Junior defenseman and sophomore goaltender make first appearances on the team. Ohio State athletics (June 16, 2010). Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  17. http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/139368/la_id/1.htm
  18. http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/138062/la_id/1.htm
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  20. http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/242/IHW242000_85I_1_0.pdf
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