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    U18WWC Recap: Canada 3, Sweden 1

    calgary, high. – Canada’s U-18 women’s national team completed a series sweep with a 7-2 victory over the United States, while the Canada women’s national development team fell 2-1 to the United States. in the final game of their series.

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    • Keira Hurry (London, Ont./London, Owha U22 Elite) leads the way with two goals, including the first of her international career.
    • abby stonehouse (london, ont./london, owha under-22 elite) also scored her goal for the canada first team.
    • jocelyn amos (ailsa craig, ont ./london, owha u22 elite) recorded a goal and an assist.
    • mackenzie alexander (toronto, ont./etobicoke, owha u22 elite), alexia aubin (lévis , que./stanstead college, jwhl) and caitlin kraemer (kitchen, ont./kitchen, owha u22 elite) rounded out the scoring.
    • piper grober (toronto, ont./durham west, owha under22 elite), ava murphy (kitchen, ont./oakville, owha under22 elite)and abby Lunney >each recorded three assists.
    • Emma Venusio (Toronto, Ont./Etobicoke, Owha U22 Elite) contributed an assistant.
    • hannah clark (ajax, ont./etobicoke, owha u22 elite) made 27 saves.

    Full game statistics are available at hockeycanada.ca.

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    • sophie shirley (saskatoon, sask./university of wisconsin, wcha) scored the only goal.
    • ashley messier (wilcox, sask./ syracuse university, cha) and stephanie markowski (edmonton, alt./cornell university, ecac) recorded one attendance each.
    • raygan kirk (ste anne, man./ohio state university, wcha) made 18 saves before giving way to kayle osborne (rideau lakes, ont./colgate university, ecac) who made 12 saves .

    Full game statistics are available at hockeycanada.ca.

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    “We wanted to do what we’ve done the last two games: go out fast, apply pressure and play as a team. that’s exactly what we did. It was very nice to see a lot of different players scoring goals today. we won the series and we will celebrate today, but tomorrow we go back to work. If we bring the same game that we had today [to the U-18 Women’s World Cup in December] we are going to be successful because we care about each other and we want everyone to be successful.”

    cortney kessel, under 18 head coach (mississauga, ont./princeton university, ecac) on completing series sweep

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    “It’s a great feeling to win, [the sweep] shows how close we are as a group. We have been very united and we bring energy to each game. everyone was excited, we had a lot of offense throughout the game. We didn’t spend a lot of time in our [defensive] zone, which created opportunities for us. the scoreboard shows we were able to capitalize on those [opportunities].”

    grober on finding offense in the last game of the series

    After scoring, I was jumping up and down, celebrating with my teammates from London. I have no words, really. I was excited we are a tight group; we all encourage each other. The last three weeks have been the best experience of my life, it was a dream come true when I heard that I was part of the team. we have a great group here; I couldn’t ask for anything more.

    stonehouse on scoring his first international goal

    “Our group vibe was outstanding today. anytime you can play against the [united states], it’s going to be a close, close battle. we lost the game, but I couldn’t be more proud of the effort we put in. [our players] were doing everything we wanted them to do. they were testing things, working on the concepts that we talked about. his effort was there. Unfortunately, we didn’t get that game-tying goal, but it didn’t come without effort.”

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    head development coach kori cheverie (new glasgow, n.s.) on her team’s effort in the final game of the series

    “Coming to the camp has been a very good experience. I had a great experience in the locker room and meeting my teammates. our group stayed together. we got better at that third game as it went on. I know that our coaches were very happy with our effort and fight. all the girls on our team left it all there. we wanted it, but it just wasn’t our day today. I know that in the future we will give [the United States] another really tough battle.”

    sara swiderski (langley, b.c./clarkson university, ecac) on coming up short in game 3

    It was a very close series; we leave it all out there in every game. I am super proud of this group. We never gave up, especially today. shows what it means to wear the maple leaf. there was a lot of energy today, which was impressive to see. the character was on display in the locker room, you could see the resiliency, the work ethic, the camaraderie. we really bonded, which is what makes playing hockey fun.

    megan carter (milton, ont./university of british columbia, cw) on the feeling in the locker room

    For more information on hockey canada and canada’s national women’s development and under-18 teams, visit hockeycanada.ca, or follow us on social media on facebook, twitter and instagram.

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