2012 Meco Cup

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2012 Meco Cup
Tournament details
Host country  Germany
Dates 3–8 January
Teams 6
Venue(s) 5
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Sweden
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Finland
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Canada

The 2012 Meco Cup (formerly known as the MLP Nations Cup) is a women's ice hockey tournament that will be held in Germany from January 3 to 8, 2012. Preliminary matches will be held in five cities including: Bad Tölz, Füssen, Lindau, Miesbach, and Sonthofen, respectively. The gold and bronze medal games will both be contested at the Arena Füssen in Füssen, Germany.

Exhibition[edit]

Date Arena Teams Score Goal scorers
Dec. 30 Ondrej Nepela Arena
Bratislava
Canada U-22 – Slovakia 8–0[1] Brittany Haverstock (2), Isabel Menard, Jamie Lee Rattray, Catherine White (2), Laura McIntosh, Cassandra Poudrier
Dec. 31 Ondrej Nepela Arena
Bratislava
Canada U-22 – Slovakia 5–0[2] Catherine White, Nicole Kosta, Shelby Bram, Jamie Lee Rattray, Chelsea Karpenko

Scoring summary[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
Jana Kapustova 0 0 0 2
Barbora Kezmarska 0 0 0 2
Klaudia Olosova 0 0 0 2

Schedule[edit]

Date Teams Score Arena
January 3, 2012 Russia – Finland 2–3 Arena Füssen
January 3, 2012 Switzerland – Sweden 1–5 Arena Füssen
January 3, 2012 Canada U22 – Germany 4–1 Arena Sonthofen
January 4, 2012 Canada U22 – Russia 6–0 Ice Rink Füssen I
January 4, 2012 Finland – Switzerland 6–4 Ice Rink Füssen I
January 4, 2012 Sweden – Germany 2–1 Eisstadion Miesbach
January 6, 2012 Canada U22 – Switzerland 6–0 Arena Füssen
January 6, 2012 Finland – Sweden 0–3 Arena Füssen
January 6, 2012 Germany – Russia 4–1 Arena Lindau
January 7, 2012 Russia – Switzerland 4–5 (PSO) Arena Füssen
January 7, 2012 Sweden – Canada U22 3–2 (PSO) Arena Füssen
January 7, 2012 Finland – Germany 3–0 Arena Lindau
January 8, 2012 Canada U22 – Finland 2–3 (PSO) Arena Füssen
January 8, 2012 Germany – Switzerland 1–3 Arena Füssen
January 8, 2012 Sweden – Russia 3–1 Arena Füssen

Standings[edit]

  • 1. Sweden – 14 pts
  • 2. Finland – 11 pts
  • 3. Canada U22 – 11 pts
  • 4. Switzerland – 5 pts
  • 5. Germany – 3 pts
  • 6. Russia – 1 pts

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