Post #122 – 8/14/23 – Canada vs. USA Lake Placid Preview
Hockey Canada and USA Hockey Announced Teams That Will Play A 3-Game Series Aug. 16-19
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Hockey Canada and USA Hockey Announce Teams For Lake Placid
The Under-18 and Development/Collegiate Select Teams for both Hockey Canada and USA Hockey were announced yesterday.
You can view rosters below:
Hockey Canada (Link Below)
USA Hockey (Link Below)
Under-18 Series Schedule (Link)
USA Hockey will provide a live stream for all six games through USAHockeyTV. Single game streams are $14.99 per game whereas the monthly pass is $29.99. You can purchase your pass HERE or go directly to USAHockeyTV.com for more info.
USA Hockey Collegiate Select Team
The US Collegiate roster is represented by 9 NCAA D-I schools with 3 goaltenders, 8 defenders, and 12 forwards. Here is a breakdown of schools and # of players represented from each:
- Ohio State – 9
- Colgate – 4
- Northeastern – 2
- St. Cloud State – 2
- Wisconsin – 2
- Cornell – 1
- MN-Duluth – 1
- Minnesota – 1
- Yale – 1
- Kelsey King transferred to Ohio State this summer after a 4-year career at Minnesota State – Mankato
- Kiara Zanon transferred to Ohio State this summer after three-years at Penn State
- Sydney Morrow transferred to Colgate this summer after her freshman year at Ohio State
- Joy Dunne will be entering her freshman year at Ohio State this fall
The US Collegiate Select Team Head Coach is Chelsea Wakland – Asst. Coach at Colgate and she is assisted by Lindsay Berman, Asst. Coach at Northeastern, Holley Tyng, Head coach at Colby College, and the Goaltending Coach is Mackenzie Bruch, Asst. Coach at Yale.
Canadian Development Team
The Canadian Development Team roster is represented by 11 NCAA D-I schools with 3 goaltenders, 7 defenders, and 13 forwards. Here is a breakdown of schools and # of players represented from each:
- Colgate – 4
- Wisconsin – 4
- Ohio State – 3
- Boston University – 2
- Clarkson – 2
- Cornell – 2
- MN-Duluth – 2
- Boston College – 1
- Brown University – 1
- Quinnipiac – 1
- Stonehill – 1
- Canada has 8 players who have yet to play an NCAA game, 1 goaltender, 1 defender, and 6 forwards.
- Cassandra Turner is the only NCAA coach on staff.
- Cornell defender Ashley Messier and Princeton forward Sarah Paul were invited but unable to participate.
The Canadian Development Team Head Coach is Kori Cheverie and is assisted by Rachel Flanagan, Head Coach at the University of Guelph, Noémie Marin, Head Coach at John Abbott College, Cassandra Turner, Head Coach at Quinnipiac University, and the Goaltending Coach is Sheldon Goertzen, Goaltending Coach at the Univ. of Saskatchewan.
Until Next Time Everyone… Be Well and take Care,
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Grant Kimball is founder and contributing writer at Women’s College Hockey.org and beginning his 4th season as an Assistant Coach with the Yale University women’s hockey program. Grant has developed an experienced perspective in the world of women’s ice hockey, having coached and recruited players from across the globe during his 25+ year amateur and NCAA coaching career. He has coached at 6 NCAA DIII and DI programs in the NCHA (D3), the CHA, WCHA, Hockey East, ECAC, and the Ivy League (DI). Beyond coaching, Grant served as a site representative for the 2019 NCAA quarterfinal of the D-I NCAA Tournament. He also currently serves as an Officer with the American Hockey Coaches Association as Vice President of Membership and sits on the AHCA’s Women’s Hockey Executive Committee.