2011 Canadian National Women's Under-18 ice hockey championships

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2011 Canadian National Women's Under-18 Championships
Tournament details
Host country  Canada
Dates November 2–6
Teams 8
Venue(s) 1
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 89 (4.94 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Jaimie McDonell, Ontario Red (6 points)
MVP Jaimie McDonell, Ontario Red

The 2011 Canadian National Women's Under-18 Championships were held in Sageunay, Quebec. All games were contested at the Centre Georges-Vézina. Team Ontario Red claimed their sixth gold medal.[1] Team Manitoba claimed their third bronze medal in tournament history.[2]

Medal round[edit]

The gold medal game signified the sixth time in seven tournaments in which Ontario Red and Quebec played each other. In every match, Team Ontario Red triumphed (2001, January 2005, November 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011). At sixty-three seconds into the first period, Jaimie McDonell scored the game-winning goal on Ann-Renée Desbiens. With the win, Ontario Red improved its all-time record at the tournament to 35-1.

Bronze medal game[edit]

November 6
12:00 PM ET
Team Atlantic Manitoba, 4-1
3
Manitoba Centre Georges-Vézina

Gold medal game[edit]

November 6
16:00 pm
Ontario Red Ontario Red, 3-0
3
Quebec Centre Georges-Vézina

Scoring leaders[edit]

Player Team GP G A Pts
Jaimie McDonnell Team Ontario Red 5 5 1 6
Shannon McAulay Atlantic 5 5 0 5
Catherine Dubois Quebec 5 4 1 5
Victoria Pittens Ontario Red 5 3 2 5
Nicole Brown Ontario Red 5 0 5 5

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Awards and honors[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Jaimie McDonell, Ontario Red
  • Top Forward: Shannon MacAulay, Team Atlantic
  • Top Defenceman: Cydney Roesler, Ontario Red
  • Top Goaltender: Amanda Leveille, Ontario Red
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Cayley Mercer, Ontario Red

Players of the Game[edit]

  • Bronze Medal Game: Danielle Krzyszczyk (Manitoba)
  • Bronze Medal Game: Taylor Dale (Team Atlantic)
  • Gold Medal Game: Amanda Leveille (Team Ontario Red)
  • Gold Medal Game: Laurie Mercier (Quebec)

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