2011 4 Nations Cup

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2011 Four Nations Cup
Tournament details
Host country  Sweden
Dates November 9–13
Teams 4
Venue(s) 1
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg United States (4th title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Canada
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Sweden
Fourth place Finland
Tournament statistics
Matches played 8
Goals scored 44 (5.5 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Kendall Coyne and Kelli Stack (6 points)

The 2011 Four Nations Cup is a women's ice hockey tournament that was held in Nyköping, Sweden. All matches were held at the Stora Hallen arena. The November 10 match between Canada and the US marked the 100th time since 1990 that the two countries have played each other.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Date Teams Score Notes
November 9 Canada vs. Finland 5–0 Shutout by Shannon Szabados[2]
November 9 Sweden vs. USA 0–8 Hilary Knight was named the U.S. Player of the Game[3]
November 10 Canada vs. USA 3–1 Game winning goal scored by Hayley Wickenheiser
Jocelyne Lamoureux was named the U.S. Player of the Game[4]
November 10 Sweden vs. Finland 1–2
November 12 Sweden vs. Canada 1–3 Jennifer Wakefield notched the game-winning goal[5]
November 12 Finland vs. USA 0–10 Kendall Coyne was named the U.S. Player of the Game[6]

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Medal round[edit]

Bronze medal game[edit]

Nov. 13 Finland Finland Sweden, 2–1
Sweden Sweden Stora Hallen

Gold medal game[edit]

Nov. 13 Canada Canada United States, 4–3 (OT, SO)
United States United States Stora Hallen

Rosters[edit]

Canada[edit]

Number Name Shoots Height Weight Hometown Club
1 Shannon Szabados L 5'8 147 Edmonton, Alta. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
30 Christina Kessler L 5'6 139 Mississauga, Ont. Burlington Barracudas
32 Charline Labonté L 5'9 163 Boisbriand, Que. McGill Martlets
3 Jocelyne Larocque L 5'6 140 Ste. Anne, Man. Manitoba Maple Leafs
4 Stefanie McKeough L 5'7 146 Carlsbad Springs, Ont. Wisconsin Badgers
5 Lauriane Rougeau L 5'8 166 Beaconsfield, Que. Cornell Big Red
8 Laura Fortino L 5'4 144 Hamilton, Ont. Cornell Big Red
11 Courtney Birchard L 5'9 151 Mississauga, Ont. Brampton Thunder
14 Bobbi Jo Slusar L 5'4 140 Swift Current, Sask. Team Alberta (CWHL)
17 Cassandra Poudrier L 5'5 147 Lachenaie, Que. Dawson College
2 Meghan Agosta L 5'7 147 Ruthven, Ont. Montreal Stars
6 Rebecca Johnston L 5'9 145 Sudbury, Ont. Cornell Big Red
10 Gillian Apps L 6'0 177 Unionville, Ont. Brampton Thunder
16 Jayna Hefford L 5'5 138 Kingston, Ont. Brampton Thunder
19 Brianne Jenner R 5'9 159 Oakville, Ont. Cornell Big Red
20 Jennifer Wakefield R 5'10 166 Pickering, Ont. Boston University Terriers
21 Haley Irwin L 5'7 172 Thunder Bay, Ont. Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
22 Hayley Wickenheiser R 5'10 171 Shaunavon, Sask. Calgary Dinos
23 Mélodie Daoust L 5'6 157 Valleyfield, Que. McGill Martlets
24 Natalie Spooner R 5'9 186 Scarborough, Ont. Ohio State Buckeyes
27 Jesse Scanzano R 6'0 188 Montreal, Que. Toronto Furies
28 Vicki Bendus R 5'2 110 Wasaga Beach, Ont. Brampton Thunder
29 Marie-Philip Poulin L 5'6 160 Beauceville, Que. Boston University Terriers

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Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]