Nations Cup (women's ice hockey)

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The Women's Nations Cup (formerly known as the Air Canada Cup, the MLP Nations Cup and the Meco Cup) is an annual women's ice hockey tournament, held in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Six nations are participating, five countries with their national team and Canada who are playing with their national under-22 team.

Results[edit]

Year Host Gold Medal Game Bronze Medal Game
Champion Score Second Place Third Place Score Fourth Place
2003
Details
Germany
Hannover, Germany
Canada
Canada
Round robin Switzerland
Switzerland
Finland
Finland
Round robin Germany
Germany
2004
Details
Germany
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
Canada
Canada
Round robin Germany
Germany
Switzerland
Switzerland
Round robin Finland
Finland
2005
Details
Germany
Duisburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
Round robin Finland
Finland
Switzerland
Switzerland
Round robin Germany
Germany
2006
Details
Germany
Ravensburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
Round robin Finland
Finland
Switzerland
Switzerland
Round robin Germany
Germany
2007
Details
Germany
Ravensburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
6–1 Germany
Germany
Switzerland
Switzerland
5–2 Russia
Russia
2008
Details
Germany
Ravensburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
7–5[1] Finland
Finland
Sweden
Sweden
4–3 Russia
Russia
2009
Details
Germany
Ravensburg, Germany
Sweden
Sweden
2–1 Canada
Canada
Russia
Russia
2–0 Germany
Germany
2010
Details
Germany
Ravensburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
9–0 Switzerland
Switzerland
Sweden
Sweden
5–3 Russia
Russia
2011
Details
Switzerland
Kreuzlingen, Switzerland
Canada
Canada
6–0 Sweden
Sweden
Russia
Russia
7–2 Germany
Germany
2012
Details
Germany
Füssen, Germany
Sweden
Sweden
Round robin[2] Finland
Finland
Canada
Canada
Round robin[3] Switzerland
Switzerland
2013
Details
Germany
Füssen, Buchloe, Ravensburg, Germany
Canada
Canada
8–3[4] Russia
Russia
Finland
Finland
6–3 Germany
Germany
2014
Details
Germany
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Füssen, Germany
Austria
Dornbirn, Austria
Finland
Finland
4–0[5] Sweden
Sweden
Russia
Russia
8–1 Austria
Austria
2015
Details
Germany
Füssen, Germany
Canada
Canada
4–0[6] Sweden
Sweden
Finland
Finland
6–0 Germany
Germany
2016
Details
Germany
Füssen, Germany
Canada
Canada
4–3 OT[7][8] Finland
Finland
Russia
Russia
2–1[9] Germany
Germany
2017
Details
Germany
Füssen, Germany
Austria
Telfs, Austria
Finland
Finland
1–0[10] Canada
Canada
Russia
Russia
5–2[11] Germany
Germany

Overall medal count[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Canada 11 2 1 14
2  Finland 2 5 3 10
3  Sweden 2 3 2 7
4   Switzerland 0 2 4 6
5  Germany 0 2 0 2
6  Russia 0 1 5 6

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