2011–12 Canada women's national ice hockey team

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The 2011–12 women's national hockey team will represent Canada in various tournaments during the season. The team will attempt to win the gold medal at the Women's World Championships. The head coach of the National team is York Lions women's ice hockey coach Dan Church.

News and notes[edit]

Name Position
Beth Clause Goaltender
Kayla Black Goaltender
Brianna Quade Goaltender
Halli Krzyzaniak Defense
Taylor Accursi Forward
Hanna Bunton Forward
Kristyn Capizzano Forward
Sydney McKibbon Forward
Sarah Nurse Forward


    • Senior players
Name Position
Beth Clause Goaltender
Liz Knox Goaltender
Christina Kessler Goaltender
Genevieve Lacasse Goaltender
Courtney Birchard Defense
Vicki Bendus Forward
Mallory Deluce Forward
Jesse Scanzano Forward


  • July 21, 2011: Philanthropist Joan Snyder donated $2 million to Winsport Canada. The goal is to ensure priority rink access to female hockey players at all levels, and help expand the Canadian Women's Hockey League with the creation of Team Alberta. Part of the donation will cover the new addition to the Athletic and Ice Complex at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary. This will serve as the future home to Hockey Canada. In addition, there shall be four hockey rinks, one of which will be aptly called the Joan Snyder Rink.[4]
  • On August 22, 2011, CBC television announced that Tessa Bonhomme will compete in their figure skating competition TV program Battle of the Blades. She is the first female hockey player to be a competitor in Battle of the Blades.[5] Bonhomme is paired with David Pelletier, also an Olympic Gold Medalist, and they want to give the NHL players a run for their money.[6]
  • September 22, 2011: Kim St. Pierre has decided to take the season off and have a baby.[7] This has led to an opening for a third goaltender on the squad. Christina Kessler and Genevieve Lacasse are being considered as possible replacements.
  • October 2: Hockey Canada joined other hockey federations for the first-ever World Girls' Hockey Day.[8] The initiative was spearheaded by the International Ice Hockey Federation as part of its initiatives to help grow the women’s game.[9]

National team[edit]

2011 IIHF 12 Nations Tournament[edit]


  • In the 14-1 win over Russia, several Canadian players accomplished numerous milestones. Meghan Mikkelson reached her 50th game played with the National team. Meghan Agosta reached the 100th point mark, while Jayna Hefford reached the 250th career point mark
  • August 31, 2011: Canada was bested by Sweden for just the second time in 66 all-time international meetings.[13] Mallory Deluce opened the scoring 11 seconds into the game, while Meghan Agosta scored a hat trick. Canada suffered from a 4-1 second-period deficit and lost by a 6-4 score.
Date Teams Result Notes
August 24 Canada vs. Switzerland Canada, 16-0[14] Jayna Hefford scored a hat trick
August 25 Canada vs. Russia Canada, 14-1[15] Meghan Agosta scored a hat trick and added two assists
August 27 Canada vs. Slovakia Canada, 11-0[16] Vicki Bendus registered a hat trick and added one assist
Canada outshot Slovakia 73-8
August 28 USA vs. Canada USA, 4-0
August 30 Canada vs. Finland Canada, 3-2
August 28 Canada vs. Sweden Sweden, 6-4 Hat trick by Meghan Agosta


Name Position Team
Christina Kessler Goaltender Burlington Barracudas
Liz Knox Goaltender Laurier Golden Hawks women's ice hockey
Genevieve Lacasse Goaltender Providence Friars women's ice hockey
Jocelyne Larocque Defense Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs women's ice hockey
Meaghan Mikkelson Defense Team Alberta (CWHL)
Bobbi-Jo Slusar Defense Team Alberta (CWHL)
Catherine Ward Defense Montreal Stars
Tessa Bonhomme Defense Toronto CWHL
Courtney Birchard Defense New Hampshire Wildcats women's ice hockey
Meghan Agosta Forward Montreal Stars
Gillian Apps Forward Brampton Thunder
Caroline Ouellette Forward Montreal Stars
Jayna Hefford Forward Brampton Thunder
Jennifer Wakefield Forward Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey
Haley Irwin Forward Minnesota Duluth
Vicki Bendus Forward Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey
Emmanuelle Blais Forward Montreal Stars
Mallory Deluce Forward Wisconsin Badgers women's ice hockey
Jesse Scanzano Forward Toronto CWHL


2011 4 Nations Cup[edit]

  • October 3, 2011: Hockey Canada released the roster that will compete at the 2011 4 Nations Cup in Sweden. Cornell defender Laura Fortino, Wisconsin forward Stefanie McKeough, Dawson College forward Cassandra Poudrier, Cornell forward Lauriane Rougeau, and McGill forward Mélodie Daoust will make their debuts with the Canadian national women's ice hockey team at the event.[18]
  • The November 10 match between Canada and the US marked the 100th time since 1990 that the two countries have played each other.[19]


Date Teams Score Notes
November 9 Canada vs. Finland 5–0 Shutout by Shannon Szabados[20]
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[21]
November 12 Sweden vs. Canada 1–3 Jennifer Wakefield notched the game-winning goal[22]



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


IIHF Worlds[edit]

In preparation for the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship, the National Team held a training camp at Carleton University in Ottawa from March 27 to 30.


Date Arena Opponent Score Goal scorers
March 28, 2012 Duchesnay Arena
Aylmer, QC
St-Eustache Midget AAA Vikings 3-2 (Shootout) Hayley Wickenheiser, Haley Irwin, Cherie Piper[24]
March 29, 2012 Duchesnay Arena
Aylmer, QC
Midget AAA Rousseau Royal de Laval-Montréal 6-1 Gillian Apps (2), Caroline Ouellette, Jocelyne Larocque, Jayna Hefford[25]
March 31, 2012 Ottawa Civic Centre United States women's national ice hockey team 1-0[26] Laura Fortino


In the opening match of the tournament, the US team scored five goals in the first five minutes and 32 seconds.[27] In 102 prior contests, the Canadian team had never allowed more than seven goals. That was in a 7-3 loss on January 6, 2002 in Detroit. Jocelyne Lamoureux scored three goals while assisting on three others.[28] Her sister, Monique Lamoureux-Kolls and Hilary Knight each scored twice. Haley Irwin left the game during the first period as she fell into the boards behind the American net

In a game versus Russia at the 2012 IIHF Women's World Championship, Wickenheiser accumulated six points (two goals, four assists) in a 14-1 victory.[29]

Date Opponent Score Goal scorers
April 7, 2012 United States 2-9[30] Natalie Spooner, Marie-Philip Poulin
April 10, 2012 Russia 14-1

Under 18 team[edit]

Training camp[edit]

  • May 19, 2011: Hockey Canada announced 49 players will attend the National Under 18 conditioning camp from May 25 to 29, 2011 at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.[31]
  • The Under 18 team held another strength and conditioning camp in August 2011 at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland, Ontario. The invitees were separated into two teams: Team Red and Team White.
  • Intrasquad games
Date Score Team Red scorers Team White scorers
August 10 1-0 Team Red[32] Ashleigh Brykaliuk None
August 12 3-2 Team White (Shootout)[33] Nicole Connery, Meghan Dufault Hanna Bunton, Kristyn Capizzano
August 13 2-1 Team White [34] Ashleigh Brykaliuk Abbey Frazier, Vickie Lemire


From August 18 to 21, the Under 18 team will compete versus the United States 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[35] Meghan Dufault (2) Anne Pankowski, Kaliya Johnson, Paige Savage
August 19 3-2 Canada[36] Erin Ambrose, Rebecca Kohler, Nicole Connery Alex Carpenter, Anne Pankowski
August 21 6-4 Canada[37] Laura Stacey (2), Meghan Dufault, Emily Clark, Rebecca Kohler, Cayley Mercer Dana Trivigno, Sydney Daniels, Dani Cameranesi, Hayley Skarupa


Player Position Height Province
Elaine Chuli Goaltender 5-6  Ontario
Emerance Maschmeyer Goaltender 5-6  Alberta
Erin Ambrose Defence 5-5  Ontario
Melissa Channell Defence 5-5  Ontario
Alexis Crossley Defence 5-8  Nova Scotia
Jordan Krause Defence 5-9  British Columbia
Halli Krzyzaniuk Defence 5-8  Manitoba
Morgan Richardson Defence 5-4  Ontario
Cydney Roesler Defence 5-9  Ontario
Ashley Brykaliuk Forward 5-5  Manitoba
Hanna Bunton Forward 5-8  Ontario
Emily Clark Forward 5-5  Saskatchewan
Nicole Connery Forward 5-6  Ontario
Meghan Dufault Forward 5-3  Manitoba
Rebecca Kohler Forward 5-11  Ontario
Vickie Lemire Forward 5-10  Quebec
Shannon MacAulay Forward 5-11  Prince Edward Island
Julia McKinnon Forward 5-8  British Columbia
Cayley Mercer Forward 5-8  Ontario
Erika Sowchuk Forward 5-6  Alberta
Laura Stacey Forward 5-10  Ontario
Taylor Woods Forward 5-3  Manitoba

Player stats[edit]

Laura Stacey 3 2 3 5 0 0
Meghan Dufault 3 3 1 4 0 3
Erin Ambrose 3 1 3 4 2 0
Nicole Connery 3 3 4 7 2 0
Cayley Mercer 3 1 2 3 2 0
Rebecca Kohler 3 2 0 2 6 0
Halli Krzyzaniuk 3 0 2 2 6 0
Emily Clark 3 1 0 1 0 0
Ashley Brykaliuk 3 0 1 1 0 0
Jordan Krause 3 0 1 1 4 0
Shannon MacAulay 3 0 1 1 4 0
Morgan Richardson 3 0 1 1 0 0
Alexis Crossley 3 0 0 0 2 0
Sidney Peters 3 0 0 0 2 0
Cydney Roesler 3 0 0 0 2 0


[36] [37]

National Under 18 championships[edit]

IIHF Worlds[edit]

Canada was in Pool B at the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship. Alexis Crossley scored the game-winning goal for Team Canada in the gold medal game at the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship, a 3-0 triumph over the United States.[38] Emerance Maschmeyer earned the shutout for Team Canada.

Date Teams Arena Score Goal scorers
December 31, 2011 Canada vs. Switzerland 13-1[39] Catherine Dubois (3), Cayley Mercer (2), Taylor Woods (2), Rebecca Kohler, Laura Stacey, Cydney Roesler, Alexis Crossley, Nicole Connery, Emily Clark
January 1, 2012 Canada vs. Germany 6-0[40] Taylor Woods, Erin Ambrose, Laura Stacey, Cydney Roesler, Rebecca Kohler, Catherine Dubois
January 3, 2012 Canada vs. Finland Zimní stadion Přerov 7-0[41] Nicole Connery, Emily Clark, Laura Stacey, Rebecca Kohler, Meghan Dufault, Sarah Lefort, Cydney Roesler


Number Name Position Shoots Height Club
29 Elaine Chuli G Left 5'6 Stoney Creek (PWHL)
30 Emerance Maschmeyer G Left 5'6 Lloydminster (AJHL)
2 Morgan Richardson D L 5'4 Ottawa (PWHL)
10 Alexis Crossley D L 5'8 Shattuck St. Mary’s
13 Erin Ambrose D R 5'5 Toronto (PWHL)
14 Jordan Krause D R 5'9 Pursuit of Excellence
18 Halli Krzyzaniak D R 5'8 Pursuit of Excellence
21 Cydney Roesler D R 5'9 Ottawa (PWHL)
23 Abbey Frazier D L 5'6 John Abbott College (Collégial AA)
3 Emily Clark F L 5'5 Saskatoon (SFMAAAHL)
5 Ashleigh Brykaliuk F R 5'5 Balmoral Hall (JWHL)
7 Laura Stacey F R 5'10 Toronto (PWHL)
11 Taylor Woods F R 5'3 Balmoral Hall (JWHL)
12 Kristyn Capizzano F L 5'2 Mississauga (PWHL)
15 Meghan Dufault F R 5'3 Balmoral Hall (JWHL)
16 Sarah Lefort F L 5'7 Stanstead College
19 Erika Sowchuk F L 5'6 Edge School (JWHL)
20 Cayley Mercer F L 5'7 Bluewater (PWHL)
24 Nicole Connery F L 5'6 Mississauga (PWHL)
25 Rebecca Kohler F R 5'11 Bluewater (PWHL)
26 Shannon MacAulay F L 5'11 Warner School (JWHL)
28 Catherine Dubois F 5'8 Ontario Hockey Academy


Under 22 team[edit]

Training camp[edit]

The Under 22 team held their training camp in August 2011 at the Canadian International Hockey Academy in Rockland, Ontario. The invitees were separated into two teams: Team Blue and Team Yellow. The August 13 match resuulted in 14 skaters participating in the shootout. Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey skater Sasha Nanji scored the game-winning goal in the shootout. In the third contest, Isabel Menard passed to Laura Fortino as she scored the game-winning goal for Team Blue at 30 seconds of the first overtime. With the win, Team Blue won the series by a 2-1 margin.[43]

  • Intrasquad games
Date Score Team Blue scorers Team Yellow scorers
August 11 5-2 Team Blue[44] Natalie Spooner, Carolyne Prevost (3), Tara Watchorn Lauriane Rougeau, Laura McIntosh
August 13 3-2 Team Yellow (Shootout)[45] Laura Fortino (2) Laura McIntosh, Kristine Grenier, Sasha Nanji
August 16 Team Blue, 3-2 (OT) Isabel Menard, Melodie Daoust, Laura Fortino Christine Bestland, Shelby Bram


Team Blue[edit]
Player Position Height Team
Roxanne Douville Goaltender 5-5 Vermont
Erica Howe Goaltender 5-8 Clarkson
Hayleigh Cudmore Defense 5-4 Cornell
Mel Desrochers Defense 5-4 St. Lawrence
Laura Fortino Defense 5-4 Cornell
Brittany Haverstock Defense 5-6.5 Wisconsin
Cassandra Poudrier Defense 5-5 Dawson College
Tara Watchorn Defense 5-10 Boston University
Kelly Babstock Forward 5-8 Quinnipiac
Bailey Bram Forward 5-7 Mercyhurst
Jessica Campbell Forward 5-4.5 Cornell
Melodie Daoust Forward 5-6 Edouard-Montpetit
Sarah Davis Forward 5-4 Minnesota
Reagan Fischer Forward 5-8 Dartmouth
Jenelle Kohanchuk Forward 5-7 Boston University
Isabel Menard Forward 5-6 Syracuse
Carly Mercer Forward 5-6 Clarkson
Carolyne Prevost Forward 5-4 Wisconsin
Natalie Spooner Forward 5-9 Ohio State
Catherine White Forward 5-10 Cornell


Team Yellow[edit]
Player Position Height Team
Jamie Leonoff Goaltender 5-7 Detroit Belle Tire
Amanda Mazzotta Goaltender 5-5 Cornell
Sarah Edney Defense 5-5 Mississauga (PWHL)
Stefanie McKeough Defense 5-7 Wisconsin
Sasha Nanji Defense 5-6 Dartmouth
Saige Pacholok Defense 5-5 Wisconsin
Lauriane Rougeau Defense 5-8 Cornell
Jessica Wong Defense 5-6 Minnesota Duluth
Hannah Armstrong Forward 5-9 New Hampshire
Christine Bestland Forward 5-6 Mercyhurst
Shelby Bram Forward 5-1 Eastman Selects
Laura Brooker Forward 5-5 Laurier
Kristine Grenier Forward 5-5 Pembina Valley
Brianne Jenner Forward 5-9 Cornell
Nicole Kosta Forward 5-5 Mississauga (PWHL)
Laura McIntosh Forward 5-5 Ohio State
Marie-Philip Poulin Forward 5-6 Boston University
Jamie Lee Rattray Forward 5-6 Clarkson
Jillian Saulnier Forward 5-5 Toronto (PWHL
Kelly Terry Forward 5-6 Minnesota

Meco Cup[edit]

  • November 8: Hockey Canada announced its roster for the 2012 Meco Cup.


Name Position Shoots Height Weight Hometown Club
Genevieve Lacasse G Left 5'9 148 Kingston, Ont. Providence Friars
Amanda Mazzotta G Left 5'5 155 London, Ont. Cornell Big Red
Melissa Channell D Left 5'5 130 Oakville, Ont. Burlington Jr. Barracudas (PWHL)
Sarah Edney D Left 5'5 133 Mississauga, Ont. Harvard Crimson
Brittany Haverstock D Left 5'6 138 Hammonds Plains, N.S. Wisconsin Badgers
Hayleigh Cudmore D Right 5'4 146 Oakville, Ont. Cornell Big Red
Tara Watchorn D Left 5'10 176 Newcastle, Ont. Boston University Terriers
Cassandra Poudrier D Left 5'5 147 Lachenaie, QC. Dawson College
Saige Pacholok D Right 5'5 140 Edmonton, Alberta Wisconsin Badgers
Jessica Campbell F Left 5'4 137 Melville, Sask. Cornell Big Red
Jillian Saulnier F Left 5'5 144 Halifax, N.S. Cornell Big Red
Laura McIntosh F Left 5'5 152 Waterloo, Ont. Ohio State Buckeyes
Mallory Deluce F Left 5'7 138 London, Ont. Toronto Furies
Bailey Bram F Left 5'7 163 Ste. Anne, MB. Mercyhurst Lakers
Shelby Bram F Left 5'1 112 Ste. Anne, MB. Mercyhurst Lakers
Chelsea Karpenko F Right 5'5 158 Winnipeg, MB. Cornell Big Red
Jamie Lee Rattray F Left 5'6 172 Kanata, Ont. Clarkson Golden Knights
Catherine White F Left 5'10 159 Brampton, Ont. Cornell Big Red
Isabel Menard F Left 5'6 159 Ottawa, Ont. Boston University Terriers
Sarah Davis F Left 5'4 168 Paradise, NL. Minnesota Golden Gophers
Nicole Kosta F Right 5'5 142 Mississauga, Ont. Quinnipiac Bobcats


The following players were invited but unable to attend:


Date Arena Teams Score Goal scorers
Dec. 30 Ondrej Nepela Arena
Canada vs. Slovakia 8-0, Canada [49] Brittany Haverstock (2), Isabel Menard, Jamie Lee Rattray, Catherine White (2), Laura McIntosh, Cassandra Poudrier
Dec. 31 Ondrej Nepela Arena
Canada vs. Slovakia 5-0, Canada [50] Catherine White, Nicole Kosta, Shelby Bram, Jamie Lee Rattray, Chelsea Karpenko
Scoring leaders[edit]
Player Goals Assists Points PIM
Catherine White 3 1 4 0
Jamie Lee Rattray 2 2 4 0
Isabel Menard 1 2 3 0
Brittany Haverstock 2 0 2 0
Shelby Bram 1 1 2 0
Chelsea Karpenko 1 1 2 0
Nicole Kosta 1 1 2 0
Jessica Campbell 0 2 2 2
Mallory Deluce 0 0 2 0
Sarah Edney 0 2 2 0
Jillian Saulnier 0 0 2 0
Laura McIntosh 1 0 1 0
Cassandra Poudrier 1 0 1 0
Bailey Bram 0 1 1 0


Date Teams Arena Score Goal scorers
Jan. 3 Canada, 4-1[51] Jillian Saulnier, Chelsea Karpenko, Isabel Menard, Nicole Kosta
Jan. 4 Canada vs. Russia Ice Rink Füssen Ic Canada, 6-0[52] Jamie Lee Rattray, Saige Pacholok, Tara Watchorn, Chelsea Karpenko, Cassandra Poudrier, Catherine White
January 6, 2012 Canada vs. Switzerland Arena Füssen
January 7, 2012 Sweden vs. Canada Arena Füssen
January 8, 2012 Sweden vs. Finland Arena Füssen


Awards and honors[edit]

See also[edit]


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