Player Pos. S/C Ht Wt Birthdate Hometown 1999-2000 Team Goalkeepers / Gardiennes de buts (3) Lorenda Beuker G L/G 5'05 125 03/18/77 Humboldt, SK Oval X-Treme, AB Marie-France Morin G L/G 5'04 145 03/22/76 Gloucester, ON Ottawa Raiders, ON Kim St-Pierre G L/G 5'09 155 12/14/78 Châteauguay, QC Mc Gill University, QC Defence / Défense (7) Therese Brisson D R/D 5'07 150 10/05/66 Fredericton, NB Montréal Wingstar, QC Isabelle Chartrand D L/G 5'04 125 20/04/78 Montréal, QC Mistral de Laval, QC Judy Diduck D L/G 5'06 140 04/21/66 Sherwood Park, AB Oval X-Treme, AB Becky Kellar D L/G 5'07 150 01/01/75 Hagersville, ON Beatrice Aeros, ON Cheryl Pounder D R/D 5'06 145 06/26/76 Mississauga, ON Beatrice Aeros, ON Nathalie Rivard D L/G 5'08 160 01/21/72 Cumberland, ON Mississauga Chiefs, ON Fiona Smith D L/G 5'02 124 10/31/73 Edam, SK Edmonton Chimos, AB Forwards / Avants (13) Dana Antal F/A R/D 5'07 135 04/19/77 Esterhazy, SK Oval X-Treme, AB Kelly Béchard F/A R/D 5'09 140 22/01/78 Sedley, SK Oval X-Treme, AB Jennifer Botterill F/A L/G 5'09 155 01/05/79 Winnipeg, MB Harvard University, USA Cassie Campbell F/A L/G 5'07 135 11/22/73 Brampton, ON Beatrice Aeros, ON Nancy Drolet F/A L/G 5'06 138 08/02/73 Drummondville, QC Panthères de Ste-lie, QC Danielle Goyette F/A L/G 5'07 148 01/30/66 St-Nazaire, QC Oval X-Treme, AB Jayna Hefford F/A L/G 5'05 135 05/14/77 Kingston, ON Brampton Thunder, ON Angela James F/A R/D 5'05 150 12/22/64 North York, ON Beatrice Aeros, ON Caroline Ouellette F/A L/G 5'11 165 05/25/79 Montréal, QC Montréal Wingstar, QC Laura Schuler F/A L/G 5'06 142 12/03/70 Scarborough, ON Brampton Thunder, ON Tammy Lee ewchuk F/A R/D 5'04 138 12/31/77 Saint-Laurent, QC Harvard University, USA Sommer West F/A R/D 5'08 160 24/04/78 Bowmanville, ON Beatrice Aeros, ON Hayley Wickenheiser F/A R/D 5'09 170 12/08/78 Shaunavon, SK Oval X-Treme, AB Staff/Personnel Vice-President, Hockey/Vice-président, Hockey Tom Renney CHA/ACH Director, High Performance/Directeur, haute performance Denis Hainault CHA /ACH G.M., Women's High Performance Progr./ D.G., Progr. de haute performance féminin Gaëtan Robitaille CHA/ACH Head coach/Entraîneure-chef Mel Davidson Connecticut Coll. ,USA Assistant coach/Entraîneure adjointe Karen Hughes Univ.of Toronto, Ontario Assistant coach/Entraîneur adjoint Wally Kozak Oval X-Treme, Alberta Equipment manager/Gérant de l=équipement Rob Insley Beatrice Aeros, Ontario Sport physiotherapist/Physiothérapeute sportif Lois Pohlod Calgary, Alberta Team physician/Médecin Dr. Christine Young Toronto, Ontario Sport psychologist/Psychologue sportif Jacques Plouffe Montréal, Québec Manager, Media Relations/Gérant, Relations médiatiques André Brin CHA/ACH
MONTREAL, QC - The Canadian Hockey Association announced on Wednesday the roster for Canada's National Women's Team for the upcoming 3 Nations Cup that will be held in Quebec from November 28 to December 5, 1999.
Head coach Melody Davidson and the coaching staff will be looking to defend it's title at the 1999 3 Nations Cup, after beating USA in last year's final in Finland. The team includes 13 players from Canada's gold medal winning entry at the 1999 Women's World Hockey Championship in Espoo, Finland, and 11 players who claimed a silver medal with Canada at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
"We have a great mix of players," said Davidson. "The 3 Nations Cup is one of two remaining opportunities during the 1999-2000 season that we will use to evaluate players prior to naming the final roster for the 2000 Women's World Hockey Championship."
The National Women's Team has just completed an evaluation camp in Caledon, ON where 41 of Canada's top women's players attended. 23 of these players have been selected to play in this year's 3 Nations Cup.
In January, 25 of these 41 players will play for Canada's National Women's Team on a Canadian Tour. The final roster for the 2000 IIHF Women's World Hockey Championship will be announced in late February.
The team will get together in Sherbrooke on November 25, 1999 for a two-day pre-competition camp. Canada begins the tournament on November 28, 1999 in Sherbrooke against the USA.
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