Ohio State named former U.S. Olympian Jenny Potter as head coach earlier this week. Potter comes to the Buckeyes after spending the past two seasons at the helm for Trinity College (Division III). She is a four-time Olympian, winning gold in 1998, silver in 2002 and 2010, and bronze in 2006. Potter also helped Team … Continue reading News Wrap: Potter named Ohio State coach, Canada announces strength and conditioning camp invites
United States 5, Finland 0 Dani Cameranesi scored her first points with the senior team to earn Player of the Game honors and help lead Team USA to the win. She led the team with a goal and an assist, while captain Alex Carpenter also collected two assists for a multi-point game. Hilary Knight got … Continue reading 4 Nations Recap: U.S. and Canada come out on top
There are lots of ways to describe Halli Krzyzaniak. Two-time Under-18 World Champion. Best Defenseman at the 2013 IIHF Under-18 World Championships. Neepawa, Manitoba, native, University of North Dakota sophomore, National Women's Development Team alternate captain. Any of the above would work. If she had to describe herself, she'd say "hard-working, energetic, and confident." North … Continue reading Krzyzaniak poised for success with Team Canada
After capturing last year's Four Nations title as well as winning gold in Sochi at the 2014 Winter Olympics, the Canadian National Women's Team will kick off the newest Olympic cycle at the 2014 Four Nations Cup. With the tournament slated to begin on Nov. 4, here are some quick thoughts highlighting the Canadian roster.
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
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