USA Hockey today announced the 24-player roster for its Women's National Team training camp, prior to the 2014 Four Nations Cup. The camp will be held at the University of Denver from Oct. 28-31. The Four Nations team's collegiate players will not be in attendance for the camp, though 11 Under-18 players will participate.
Hockey Canada announced today the 23-player National Women's Team roster that will compete at the 2014 Four Nations Cup. Kamloops, British Columbia, is playing host to the event, taking place Nov. 4-8. “This is an exciting announcement, as we kick off another Olympic cycle and introduce new players to Canada’s National Women’s Team, and to … Continue reading Hockey Canada Announces Women’s Four Nations Roster
Hockey Canada announced on Tuesday afternoon that St. Catharines, Ontario, will host the 2016 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championships. It will be the first time Canada has hosted the event since the inaugural tournament was held in Calgary, Alberta, in 2008. All of the tournament's 22 games will be played at the Meridian Centre some … Continue reading St. Catharines, Ontario, to Host 2016 Under-18 World Championships
USA Hockey announced on Thursday the 23-player U.S. Women's National Team roster that will compete in the 2014 Four Nations Cup. 12 players who captured a silver medal with the 2014 Olympic Team will compete. The team's Four Nations Cup schedule was also announced. The U.S. will face Finland in its opening game on Nov. … Continue reading U.S. Roster and Schedule Announced for 2014 Four Nations Cup
Hockey Canada today announced the schedule and roster for the National Women's Team's Fall Festival, taking place Sept. 22-28 in Calgary at WinSport's Markin MacPhail Centre. 58 players make up the roster, including 36 forwards, 16 defensemen, and six goaltenders. 10 members of the 2014 Canadian Olympic team that captured gold in Sochi will be … Continue reading Canada’s National Women’s Team’s Fall Festival Set for Sept. 22-28
Former Olympic defenseman Tessa Bonhomme announced her retirement from the Canadian Women's National Team on Wednesday, according to Hockey Canada. Bonhomme is a two-time world champion and helped Team Canada to an Olympic gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Her 51 points in 107 games are the fifth-highest total in Canadian defensemen … Continue reading 2010 Olympian Tessa Bonhomme Announces Retirement from Canadian National Team
I first started covering women's hockey three years ago, when I was still a dorky high school kid who cared a lot more about when the UND women were going to be playing a game that I could watch on an actual TV than trivial high school things like, you know, having a social life. … Continue reading Welcome to At Even Strength: Who We Are and What We’re Doing Here