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Hockey Canada
Nickname(s) Team Canada (Équipe Canada)
Association Hockey Canada
Head coach Flag of Canada Pierre Alain
Assistants Flag of Canada Jim Fetter
Flag of Canada Carla MacLeod
Captain Erin Ambrose
Most games Erin Ambrose (15)
Top scorer Marie-Philip Poulin (13)
Most points Marie-Philip Poulin (26)
First international
Flag of Canada Canada 11 – 2 Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
(Calgary, Canada; January 7, 2008)
Biggest win
Flag of Canada Canada 17 – 0 Flag of Finland Finland
(Calgary, Canada; January 9, 2008)
Biggest defeat
Flag of the United States United States of America 5 – 2 Flag of Canada Canada
(Calgary; Canada; January 12, 2008)
International record (W-L-T)
World Championships medal record
IIHF World Women's U18 Championships
Gold 2010 USA
Gold 2012 Czech Republic
Silver 2008 Canada
Silver 2009 Germany
Silver 2011 Sweden

The Canadian women's national under 18 ice hockey team is the national under-18 ice hockey team in Canada. The team represents Canada at the International Ice Hockey Federation's IIHF World Women's U18 Championships.

World Women's U18 Championship recordEdit

Year GP W L T GF GA Pts Rank
2008 5 4 1 0 47 9 12 Won silver medal
2009 5 4 1* 0 43 5 13 Won silver medal
2010 5 5^ 0 0 44 7 14 Won gold medal
2011 5 4 1 0 31 8 12 Won silver medal
2012 5 5 0 0 36 1 15 Won gold medal
  • *Includes one loss in extra time (in the playoff round)
  • ^Includes one win in extra time (in the playoff round)

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2008 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Best Defenseman: Flag of Canada Lauriane Rougeau
  • 2008 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Best Forward: Flag of Canada Marie-Philip Poulin[1]
  • 2010 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Most Valuable Player: Flag of Canada Jessica Campbell
  • 2010 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Directorate Award, Best Defenseman: Flag of Canada Brigette Lacquette
  • Jessica Campbell, Leading scorer, 2010 IIHF World Women's U18 championship

Current roster 2010-11Edit

Number Player Club Team Hometown
30 Roxanne Douville University of Vermont (HE) Beloeil, Quebec
31 Geneviève Lacasse Providence College (HE) Scarborough, Ontario
Number Player Club Team Hometown
2 Stefanie McKeough University of Wisconsin (WCHA) Carlsbad Springs, Ontario
3 Brittany Haverstock University of Wisconsin (WCHA) Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia
4 Lauriane Rougeau Cornell University (ECAC) Beaconsfield, Quebec
7 Tara Watchorn Boston University (HE) Newcastle, Ontario
14 Courtney Birchard University of New Hampshire (HE) Mississauga, Ontario
23 Laura Fortino Cornell University (ECAC) Hamilton, Ontario
25 Jessica Wong University of Minnesota-Duluth (WCHA) Baddeck, Nova Scotia
Number Player Club Team Hometown
8 Natalie Spooner Ohio State University (WCHA) Scarborough, Ontario
9 Jenelle Kohanchuk Boston University (HE) Winnipeg, Manitoba
10 Jessica Campbell Cornell University (ECAC) Melville, Saskatchewan
11 Laura McIntosh Ohio State University (WCHA) Waterloo, Ontario
12 Isabel Menard Syracuse University (CHA) Ottawa, Ontario
13 Bailey Bram Mercyhurst College (CHA) Sainte-Anne, Manitoba
15 Jillian Saulnier Toronto (PWHL Halifax, Nova Scotia
16 Chelsea Karpenko Cornell University (ECAC) Winnipeg, Manitoba
18 Catherine White Cornell University (ECAC) Brampton, Ontario
20 Mallory Deluce University of Wisconsin (WCHA) London, Ontario
26 Carolyne Prevost University of Wisconsin (WCHA) Sarnia, Ontario
27 Vicki Bendus Mercyhurst College (CHA) Wasaga Beach, Ontario
[2] [3]

Coaching staff 2010-11Edit


  • General Manager: Meghan Hunter
  • Head Coach: Jim Fetter
  • Assistant Coach: Rachel Flanagan
  • Assistant Coach: Dave Gywn
  • Goalie Coach: Perry Wilson
  • Video Coach: Jonas Plumb
  • Equipment Manager: Alana Goulden
  • Strength & Conditioning: James Gattinger
  • Team Doctor: Dr. Taryn Taylor
  • Physiotherapist: Heather Corliss
  • Physiotherapist: Lucia Orsini
  • Sport Psychologist: Doug Swanson


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