2011–12 United States women's national ice hockey team

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The 2011–12 women's national hockey team represents the United States in various tournaments during the season. The team will attempt to win the gold medal at the Women's World Championships in Burlington, Vermont. The head coach of the National team is Mark Johnson.

Senior team[edit]

2011 IIHF Eight Nations Tournament[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Teams Result Notes
August 24 USA vs. Russia 12-0[1] Hilary Knight scored a hat trick
August 25 USA vs. Japan 13-0[2] Kelli Stack and Jen Schoullis each scored a hat trick
August 27 USA vs. Switzerland
August 28 USA vs. Canada
August 30 USA vs. Sweden
August 31 USA vs. Finland

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IIHF Worlds[edit]

In preparation for the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship, the National Team played Canada in Ottawa, Ontario on March 31.

Exhibition[edit]

Date Arena Opponent Score Goal scorers Notes
March 31, 2012 Ottawa Civic Centre United States women's national ice hockey team 1-0[4] None Laura Fortino scored her first international goal for Canada

Schedule[edit]

Roster[edit]

Position Number Name Height Shoots Team
G 29 Brianne McLaughlin 5-8 L
G 1 Molly Schaus 5-9 L Boston Blades (CWHL)
G 31 Jessie Vetter 5-8 L
D 22 Kacey Bellamy 5-8 L Boston Blades (CWHL)
D 25 Megan Bozek 5-9 R Minnesota (WCHA)
D 11 Lisa Chesson 5-7 L
D 19 Gigi Marvin 5-8 R Boston Blades (CWHL)
D 23 Michelle Picard 5-6 L Harvard (ECAC)
D 24 Josephine Pucci 5-8 R Harvard University (ECACH)
D 15 Anne Schleper 5-10 L University of Minnesota (WCHA)
F 20 Hannah Brandt 5-8 R Hill-Murray School (Minn.)
F 13 Julie Chu 5-8 R Montreal Stars (CWHL)
F 26 Kendall Coyne 5-2 L Northeastern University (HEA)
F 14 Brianna Decker 5-4 R Wisconsin (WCHA)
F 6 Jillian Dempsey 5-4 L Harvard University (ECACH)
F 28 Amanda Kessel 5-6 R University of Minnesota (WCHA)
F 21 Hilary Knight 5-10 R Wisconsin (WCHA)
F 17 Jocelyne Lamoureux 5-6 R North Dakota (WCHA)
F 7 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls 5-6 R University of North Dakota (WCHA)
F 2 Erika Lawler 5-0 R Boston Blades (CWHL)
F 12 Jenny Potter 5-4 L Minnesota Whitecaps (WWHL)
F 16 Kelli Stack 5-5 R Boston Blades (CWHL)
F 3 Taylor Wasylk 5-10 L Boston College (Hockey East)

Under 18 team[edit]

Exhibition[edit]

From August 18 to 21, the Under 18 team will compete versus Canada in a three game series at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland, Ontario.

Date Score Canada scorers USA scorers
August 18 3-2 USA[5] Meghan Dufault (2) Anne Pankowski, Kaliya Johnson, Paige Savage
August 19 3-2 Canada[6] Erin Ambrose, Rebecca Kohler, Nicole Connery Alex Carpenter, Anne Pankowski
August 21 6-4 Canada[7] Laura Stacey (2), Meghan Dufault, Emily Clark, Rebecca Kohler, Cayley Mercer Dana Trivigno, Sydney Daniels, Dani Cameranesi, Hayley Skarupa

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