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Men's tournamentsEdit


2007Edit

Group A
Province W L T
Saskatchewan 1 0 1
Alberta 1 0 1
Northwest Territories 0 2 0


Group B
Province W L T
Quebec 2 0 0
Nova Scotia 1 1 0
Yukon 0 2 0


Group C
Province W L T
Ontario 2 0 0
Manitoba 1 1 0
PEI 0 2 0


Group D
Province W L T
British Columbia 2 0 0
New Brunswick 1 1 0
Newfoundland 0 2 0




Quarter finals Semi finals Final
                   
         
 Alberta  4
 
 New Brunswick  3  
 Alberta  1
 
   Manitoba  5  
 Quebec  6
 
 Manitoba  7  
 Manitoba  4
 
   Ontario  6
 Ontario  6
 
 Nova Scotia  0  
 Ontario  4 Bronze medal match
 
   British Columbia  3  
 British Columbia  5  Alberta  4
 Saskatchewan  4    British Columbia  3
 


RostersEdit

Medals
Gold: Silver: Bronze:
Ontario: Edward Pasquale, Nathan Moon, Stefan Della Rovere, James Livingston, Adam Henrique, Cody Lindsay, Corey Trivino, Kelly Geoffrey, Steven Stamkos, Cody Hodgson, Mark Cundari, Anthony Nigro, Brandon Burlon, Christopher Carozzi, Michael Del Zotto, Mitchell Gaulton, Tyler Cuma, Michael D'Orazio, Alex Pietrangelo, Nazem Kadri. Manitoba: Mark Friesen, David Toews, Stephan Vigier, Sanfred King, Braeden Adamyk, Colan Jackson, Cory More, Colin Phaneuf, Jordan Mistelbacher, Shayne Wiebe, Eric Mesterey, Michael Stone, Travis Bobbee, Kyle Birch, Colby Robak, Travis Hamonic, Scott Macaulay, Tyler Schmidt, Paul VanDeVelde, Dale Hunt. Alberta: Andrew MacWilliam, Tyler Myers, Matthew Fraser, Jordan Rowley, Steven Seigo, Thomas Carr, Matthew Strong, Jordan Eberle, Craig Orfino, Devon Kalinski, Joe Colborne, Lance Bouma, Steele Boomer, Cassidy Mappin, Cole Penner, Kevin King, Philip Gervais, Wacey Hamilton, Jacob DeSerres, Dalyn Flette.

Women's tournamentsEdit

2007Edit

Group A
Province W L T
Ontario 2 0 0
Newfoundland 1 1 0
PEI 0 2 0


Group B
Province W L T
Quebec 2 0 0
New Brunswick 1 1 0
Alberta 0 2 0


Group C
Province W L T
Saskatchewan 2 0 0
British Columbia 1 1 0
Yukon 0 2 0


Group D
Province W L T
Manitoba 2 0 0
Nova Scotia 1 1 0
Northwest Territories 0 2 0
Quarter finals Semi finals Final
                   
         
 Newfoundland  0
 
 Quebec  12  
 Ontario  3
 
   Quebec  1  
 British Columbia  0
 
 Quebec  3  
 Ontario  6
 
   Manitoba  3
 Manitoba  6
 
 Nova Scotia  1  
 Manitoba  1 Bronze medal match
 
   Saskatchewan  0  
 New Brunswick  0  Quebec  6
 Saskatchewan  3    Saskatchewan  0
 




Women’s hockey tournament historyEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th
1991 Alberta BC Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland
1995 Ontario Saskatchewan Quebec Manitoba Alberta BC New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland
1999 Ontario Quebec Alberta Saskatchewan BC Nova Scotia Manitoba Newfoundland Prince Edward Island New Brunswick
2003 Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan Manitoba Nova Scotia BC Alberta Prince Edward Island Newfoundland New Brunswick Yukon
2007 Ontario[1] ManitobaQuebec Saskatchewan

[2]




Future OlympiansEdit

Player Team Year
Meghan Agosta Team Ontario 2003[3] (Gold Medal)
Cassie Campbell Team Ontario 1991[2] (Fourth place)
Nancy Drolet Team Quebec 1991[4] (Third place)
Jayna Hefford Team Ontario 1995 (Gold Medal)
Haley Irwin Team Ontario 2003[5] (Gold Medal)
Rebecca Johnston Team Ontario 2007[6]
Gina Kingsbury Team Quebec1995, 1999[7]
Charline Labonte Team Québec 1999[8]
Carla MacLeod Team Alberta 1995, 1999 (Bronze)
Caroline Ouellette Team Quebec 1995[9]
Cherie Piper Team Ontario1999[10]
Colleen Sostorics Team Saskatchewan 1995[11]
Tammy Shewchuk Team Québec 1991 and 1995[12]
Sami Jo Small Team Manitoba1991 [13]
Sarah Vaillancourt Team Québec 2003[14]
Catherine Ward Team Québec 2003[15]
Hayley Wickenheiser Team Alberta 1991 (Gold Medal)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Canadian Press. "Ontario wins Winter Games hockey gold", March 10, 2007. Retrieved on 6 April 2010. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Athletics (PDF). Retrieved on 2010-04-18.
  3. Canadian Gold 2010, Andrew Podnieks, p. 134, Fenn Publishing, Toronto, Canada, ISBN 978-1-55168-384-3
  4. Who's Who in Canadian Sport, Volume 4, p.118, Bob Ferguson, Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd., Markham, ON and Allston, MA, ISBN 1-55041-855-6
  5. Podnieks 2010, p. 144
  6. Podnieks 2010, p. 146
  7. Podnieks 2010, p. 150
  8. Podnieks 2010, p. 152
  9. Podnieks 2010, p. 158
  10. Podnieks 2010, p. 160
  11. Podnieks 2010, p. 164
  12. Who's Who in Canadian Sport, Volume 4, p.402, Bob Ferguson, Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd., Markham, ON and Allston, MA, ISBN 1-55041-855-6
  13. Who's Who in Canadian Sport, Volume 5, p.409, Bob Ferguson, Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd., Markham, ON and Allston, MA, ISBN 1-55041-855-6
  14. Podnieks 2010, p. 170
  15. Podnieks 2010, p. 172
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