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Olympic medal record
Women’s ice hockey
Silver 1998 Nagano Team
Gold 2002 Salt Lake City Team
Gold 2006 Turin Team
Hockey Canada.svg
Team jersey
Association
Hockey Canada
Current coach
Melody Davidson, 2004-
Most games**
Hayley Wickenheiser: 203
Most goals**
Hayley Wickenheiser: 142
Most points**
Hayley Wickenheiser: 302
First game*
 Canada 15 - 1 Sweden 
(Ottawa, Canada; March 19, 1990)
Largest win*
 Canada 18 - 0 Japan 
(Ottawa, Canada; March 22, 1990)
Largest defeat*
 United States 7 - 4 Canada 
(Nagano, Japan; February 14, 1998)
 United States 4 - 1 Canada 
(Hameenlinna, Finland; April 12, 2009)
Olympics
Gold medalists: 2- 2002, 2006

Silver medalists: 1- 1998

World Championships
Gold medalists: 9- 1990, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2007
* Includes World Championships and Olympics only
** National team totals [1]
Record
74-7 (Includes Olympics, World Championships, and Pacific Rim Championship)

The Canadian women's national ice hockey team is controlled by Hockey Canada. Canada has been by far the most dominant team in international competition. They have won the vast majority of the major ice hockey tournaments, while their losses have only been against the United States and Sweden. Canada has 62,640 female players (2005). The current head coach is Peter Smith.[1]

Contents

Head coaches

  • 2008 - Peter Smith
  • 2005, 2006, 2007 - Melody Davidson
  • 2004 - Karen Hughes
  • 2001, 2002 - Danièle Sauvageau
  • 2000 - Melody Davidson
  • 1999 - Danièle Sauvageau
  • 1997, 1998 - Shannon Miller
  • 1994 - Les Lawton
  • 1992 - Rick Polutnick
  • 1990 - Nick Cerrone

2010 Olympic team

Goaltenders

Defensemen

Forwards

Olympic record

  • 1998 - Won Silver Medal
  • 2002 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2006 - Won Gold Medal

World Championship record

  • 1990 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1992 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1994 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1997 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1999 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2000 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2001 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2004 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2005 - Won Silver Medal
  • 2007 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2008 - Won Silver Medal
  • 2009 - Won Silver Medal

Clarkson Cup record

The Canadian woman were awarded the First Clarkson cup. Subsequently the trophy is awarded to the top woman's hockey club in North america.

3/4 Nations Cup record

  • 1996 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1997 - Won Silver Medal
  • 1998 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1999 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2000 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2001 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2002 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2003 - Won Silver Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2004 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2005 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2006 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2007 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2008 - Won Silver Medal (4 Nations Cup)
  • 2009 - Won Gold Medal (4 Nations Cup)

Pacific Rim Championship

IIHF Pacific Rim Championship
  • 1995 - Won Gold Medal
  • 1996 - Won Gold Medal
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All-time scoring

As of October 2009[2]

Player Games Goals Assists Points PIM
Hayley Wickenheiser 205 140 161 301 256
Danielle Goyette 172 114 105 219 124
Jayna Hefford 194 116 92 208 110
Jennifer Botterill 170 65 105 170 58
Caroline Ouellette 146 63 97 160 70
Vicky Sunohara 164 56 62 118 74
Nancy Drolet 110 52 64 116 54
Cassie Campbell 157 32 68 100 66
Cherie Piper 83 28 66 94 42
Geraldine Heaney 125 27 66 93 62

References

External links


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