Women's Hockey FAQ

This file contains women's hockey information that I sent to the organizer of the rec.sport.hockey FAQ (old faq). The rec.sport.hockey FAQ file is a semi-monthly compilation of items of interest to the readers of the rec.sport.hockey Usenet Newsgroup. It is maintained by Norm Szcyrek (nszcyrek@fres.GLFC.Forestry.CA or ax499@freenet.carleton.ca).

This file is also being used for the FAQ file of the newly created alt.sport.icehockey.women Usenet Newsgroup. If you have any corrections or additions for this file, please send them to Andria Hunter at andria@cs.toronto.edu.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

These are the section numbers and subtitles within the rec.sport.hockey FAQ file. If you click on the links in the table of contents, you'll go to the position of that section within this page.

9. Tournaments
   o 1998 Olympic Games
11. Women's Hockey
   o University
      - Women's College Hockey Teams in the USA
      - Women's University Hockey Teams in Canada
      - 1998 US National College Championship
           - 1998 ECAC
           - 1998 ECAC Alliance
           - 1998 Midwest Women's Alliance (MCWHA)
      - 2000 Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union Championship (CIAU)
           - 2000 Canada West (CWUAA)
           - 2000 Ontario (OUA)
           - 2000 Québec (QSSF)
           - 2000 Atlantic (AUAA)
      - 1997 United Kingdom Varsity Championship
   o International
      - 1998 Winter Olympic Games at Nagano, Japan
      - 1997 World Championship at Kitchener, Canada
      - 1996 European A Championship at Yaroslavl, Russia
      - 1996 European B Championship in Slovakia
      - 1996 Asian Games
      - 1996 Pacific Rim Tournament at Vancouver, Canada
      - 1997 Three Nations Cup at Lake Placid, USA
   o National
      - 2000 Australian National Championship
      - 2000 Austrian National Championship
      - 2002 Canadian National Championship at Arnprior/Renfrew, ON
      - 1999 Czech Republic National Championship
      - 1996 Dannish National Championship
      - 2000 Dutch/Belgian National Championship
      - 2000 Finnish National Championship
      - 2000 German National Championship
      - 2000 Great Britain Championship
      - 1995 Italian National Championship
      - 2000 Norwegian National Championship
      - 2001 Romanian National Championship
      - 1999 Russian National Championship
      - 1998 Swedish National Championship
      - 2002 Swiss National League A
      - 2002 Swiss National League B
      - 2002 Swiss National League B Qualification
      - 2002 US National Championship at Anchorage, AK
   o Provincial (highest level within province)
      - 1998 Alberta Senior AAA Provincial Championship
      - 1996 Manitoba Senior A Provincial Championship
      - 2000 Ontario Senior AAA Provincial Championship (NWHL)
      - 1996 Québec Senior AA Provincial Championship
12. Amateur Associations
  - Canadian Hockey Association (CHA)
  - Canadian Hockey InLine
  - USA Hockey
  - USA Hockey InLine
13. Info available via Internet
  - FTP sites
  - World Wide Web
  - Mailing Lists
  - Items of interest
15. Notable Dates
16. Answers to some frequently asked questions

9. Tournaments

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- 1998 Olympic Games

The 1998 Nagano Winter Olympic Organizing Committee said it has approved
the addition of women's ice hockey to the list of official medal events at
the Games.  Six teams will compete: the top 5 teams from the 1997 Women's
World Hockey Championship and the host team from Japan.

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11. Women's Hockey

University

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- Women's College Hockey Teams in the USA

 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division I:

            Boston, #Brown, Colby, #Cornell, #Dartmouth, #Harvard,
            New Hampshire, Northeastern, #Princeton, Providence,
            St. Lawrence, #Yale

            # == ivy league

 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Alliance:

     West:  Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Rensselaer (RPI)
            Middlebury College, University of Vermont,
            Colgate University, Hamilton College

     East:  University of Maine, Bowdoin College, Amherst College,
            Williams College, Wesleyan University, Connecticut College

 Midwestern Collegiate Women's Hockey Alliance (MCWHA):
            Augsburg College, Carleton College, Gustavus Adolphus College,
            University of Illinois (B team), University of Minnesota,
            University of Minnesota-Duluth, St. Catherine / St. Thomas,
            St. Cloud State University, St. Mary's University, St. Olaf,
            University of Wisconsin (red team),
            University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire,
            University of Wisconsin-River Falls

 Central Collegiate Women's Hockey Association (CCWHA):
            Bowling Green State University,
            University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign (white team),
            Lake Forest College, Michigan State University,
            Western Michigan, University of Michigan,
            Ohio State University, University of Wisconsin (white team)

 US Club Teams:

     East:  Bates College, Boston University, Chatham College,
            Clarkson University, University of Connecticut,
            Holy Cross College, U-Mass Amherst,
            Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),
            University of Pennsylvania, Penn State University,
            Sacred Heart University, Skidmore College,
            University of Southern Maine, West Virginia University,
            Wheaton College, William Smith College

     West:  Colorado College, University of Colorado-Boulder,
            Iowa State University, Mankato State University,
            Michigan Tech University

     South: University of Florida

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- Women's University Hockey Teams in Canada

 Ontario University Athletics (OUA):
       University of Toronto, University of Guelph,
       Queen's University, York University,
       Windsor University, Laurier University

 Québec University League (QSSF):
       McGill University, University of Trois Rivieres,
       Concordia University, St-Laurent (Cegep),
       John Abbott (Cegep), Brebeuf (Cegep)

 Canada West (CWUAA):
       University of Alberta, University of British Columbia,
       University of Calgary, Lethbridge University,
       University of Manitoba, University of Saskatchewan

 Atlantic (AUAA):
       Acadia Univeristy, St. Francis Xavier University,
       Saint Mary's University, Dalhousie University,
       University of New Brunswick

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- 1998 US National College Championship

US Nationals Semifinals at Harvard (Fri 03/20)
   Minnesota        1      -       New Hampshire    4
   Northeastern     2      -       Brown            3

US Nationals Finals (Sat 03/21)
   Minnesota        0      -       Northeastern     4  (for bronze)
   New Hampsire     4      -       Brown            1  (for gold)

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- 1998 ECAC Championship

ECAC Quarterfinals (Sat 03/07)
   #8 Harvard       1      -       #1 UNH           2  OT
   #7 Princeton     3      -       #2 Northeastern  2
   #6 Providence    4      -       #3 Dartmouth     6
   #5 Cornell       0      -       #4 Brown         1

ECAC Semifinals at Northeastern (Sat 03/14)
   #7 Princeton     2      -       #1 UNH           7
   #4 Brown         3      -       #3 Dartmouth     1

ECAC Final at Northeastern (Sun 03/15)
   #3 UNH           3      -       #4 Brown         4

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- 1998 ECAC Alliance Championship

ECAC Alliance Semifinals (Sat 03/07)
   #3 RIT           1      -       #2 Wesleyan      2 2OT
   #4 Bowdoin       3      -       #1 Middlebury    5

ECAC Alliance Final at Middlebury (Sun 03/08)
   #2 Wesleyan      1      -       #1 Middlebury 10

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- 1998 Midwest Alliance Championship (MCWHA)

Midwest Alliance Quarterfinals (Fri 02/27)
   #6 St Mary's     3      -       #3 Gustavus      9
   #5 St Olaf       1      -       #4 Minnesota     5

Midwest Alliance Semifinals (Sat 02/28)
   #2 Augsburg      3      -       #3 Gustavus      2
   #1 Mankato State 7      -       #4 Minnesota     2

Midwest Alliance Finals (Sun 03/01) @Gustavus
   #6 St Mary's     9      -       #5 St Olaf       2  (5th place)
   #4 Minnesota     3      -       #3 Gustavus      4  (for bronze)
   #1 Mankato State 4      -       #2 Augsburg      2  (for gold)

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- 2000 Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union Championship (CIAU)

1. University of Alberta (CWUAA Champion) 
2. McGill University (QSSF 2nd place) 
3. Concordia University (QSSF Champion/Host) 
4. University of Toronto (OUA Champion) 
5. University of Guelph (OUA 2nd place) 
6. St. Francis Xavier (AUAA Champion) 

Gold medal game:    Alberta 2, McGill 0
Bronze medal game:  Convordia 6, Toronto 0
5th place game:     Guelph 4, Xavier 1

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- 2000 Canada West (CWUAA)

1. Alberta
2. Calgary
3. Manitoba
4. Regina
   UBC
   Lethbridge
   Saskatchewan

Gold medal game:    Alberta 3, Calggary 2
Bronze medal game:  Manitoba 4, Regina 3

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- 2000 Ontario University Athletics (OUA)

1. University of Toronto
2. University of Guelph
3. Wilfrid Laurier University
4. York University
5. University of Windsor
6. Queen's University

Gold medal game:    Toronto 1, Guelph 0
Bronze medal game:  Laurier 5, York 2

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- 2000 Québec (QSSF)

1. Concordia
2. McGill
3. UQTR

Gold medal game: Concordia 6, McGill 0

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- 2000 Atlantic (AUAA)

1. St. Francis Xavier
2. Moncton
3. Saint Mary's
4. UNB
5. Dalhousie
6. Acadia

Gold medal game:    Xavier 4, Moncton 2

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- 1997 United Kingdom Varsity Championship

1. Oxford University
2. Cambridge University

Gold medal game: Oxford 7, Cambridge 3

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International

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- 1998 Winter Olympic Games at Nagano, Japan

1. Canada
2. USA
3. Finland
4. China
5. Sweden
6. Japan

Gold medal game:    United States 3, Canada 1
Bronze medal game:  Finland 4, China 1

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- 1997 Three Nations Cup at Lake Placid, USA

1. USA
2. Canada
3. Finland

Gold medal game:    USA 3, Canada 0

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- 1997 World Championship at Kitchener, Canada

1. Canada
2. USA
3. Finland
4. China
5. Sweden
6. Russia
7. Switzerland
8. Norway

Gold medal game:    Canada 4, United States 3 (OT)
Bronze medal game:  Finland 3, China 0
Fifth place game:   Sweden 3, Russia 1
Seventh place game: Switzerland 1, Norway 0

  The date and location of the next Women's World Championship
  has not yet been announced.

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- 1996 European A Championship at Yaroslavl, Russia

                G W T L  GF:GA Pts
1. Sweden       5 4 1 0  20:11  9
2. Russia       5 4 0 1  17:15  8
3. Finland      5 3 0 2  26: 5  6
4. Norway       5 2 0 3  14:21  4
5. Switzerland  5 1 0 4  11:23  2
6. Germany      5 0 1 4   7:20  1

  Germany moves down to the European B Championship for 1997.
  Sweden, Russia, Finland, Norway and Switzerland qualify for
    the 1997 World Championship in Kitchener (Canada).

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- 1996 European B Championship in Slovakia

1. Denmark
2. Latvia
3. Czech Rep.
4. Slovakia
5. France
6. Netherlands
7. Kazachstan
8. Great Britain

Gold medal game:    Denmark 3, Latvia 0
Bronze medal game:  Czech Republic 5, Slovakia 2
Fifth place game:   France 7, Netherlands 3
Seventh place game: Kazachstan 5, Great Britain 4 (OT)

Denmark moves up to the European A Championship for 1997.

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- 1996 Asian Games

1. China
2. Japan
3. Kazakhstan

Game Results:
 China 9, Japan 3
 China 13, Kazakhstan 0
 Japan 6, Kazakhstan 2

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- 1996 Pacific Rim Tournament at Vancouver, Canada

1. Canada
2. USA
3. China
4. Japan

Gold medal game:    Canada 4, USA 1
Bronze medal game:  China 5, Japan 1

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National

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- 2000 Australian National Championship in Sydney

1. New South Wales 
2. Australian Capital Territory 
3. Victoria 
4. South Australia 
5. Western Australia 
6. Queensland 

Gold medal game: New South Wales 4, Australian Capital Territory 0

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- 2000 Austrian National Championship

                                GP  W  T  L  GF:GA PTS
1 Gipsy Girls Villach            8  8  0  0  55:5   16
2 EHC Generali Flyers Vienna     8  5  0  3  40:17  12
3 EHC Sabres                     8  5  0  3  80:18  11
4 Red Angels Tirol/Innsbruck     8  2  0  6  11:54   4
5 EHC St. Johanner Eisbären      8  0  0  8   2:94   0

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- 2002 Canadian National Championship at Arnprior/Renfrew, ON

1. Quebec (all-star team)
2. Ontario (Beatrice Aeros)
3. Ontario Host (Brampton Thunder)
4. Alberta (Oval X-Treme)
5. Prince Edward Island (all-star team)
6. Saskatchewan (all-star team)
7. Nova Scotia (all-star team)
8. British Columbia (Richmond Steelers)
9. Manitoba (University of Winnipeg)
10. Newfoundland / Labrador (all-star team)

Gold medal game:    Quebec 1, Ontario 0
Bronze medal game:  Ontario Host 5, Alberta 1

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- 1999 Czech Republic National Championship

        Team       GP  W  T  L  GF:GA PTS
1.      Litvínov   10  8  1  1  47:25  17
2.      Beroun     10  5  2  3  29:32  12
3.      Kladno     10  5  1  4  33:27  11
4.      Opava      10  5  1  4  27:25  11
5.      Pardubice  10  2  2  6  31:42   6
6.      Brno       10  1  1  8  26:42   3

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- 1996 Dannish National Championship

1. Herlev
2. Hellerup Idraets Klub (HIK)
3. Frederikshavn (FIK)

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- 2000 Dutch/Belgian National Championship

   Team                        GP  W  T  L  GF:GA PTS
1. Grizzlys Liége         BEL  14 10  2  2  22:73  29
2. Smoke Eaters           NED  14 10  3  1  21:113 28
3. Zoetermeer             NED  14 10  4  0  20:117 34
4. Leuven Girls           BEL  14  7  4  3  17:62  38
5. White Caps             BEL  14  8  6  0  16:62  54
6. Puck Killers           BEL  14  6  8  0  12:48  52
7. Mistral Liedekerke     BEL  14  2 12  0   4:34 137
8. Utrecht                NED  14  0 14  0   0:12 149

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- 2000 Finnish National Championship

Regular Season Round 1:

 1. Blues           14    13   0   1   107:26    26
 2. Ilves           14    11   0   3    81:24    22
 3. Kärpät          14    11   0   3    81:26    22
 4. JYP             14     8   0   6    72:36    16
 5. K-Kissat        14     5   1   8    35:67    11
 6. IHK             14     5   0   9    30:55    10
 7. Tappara         14     2   1  11    25:85     5
 8. KalPa           14     0   0  14    25:137    0

Regular Season Round 2:
(Based on Round 1, teams were split into two pools.)
(Top 4 from each pool start in Round 1 next year.)

    Team            GP     W   T   L    GF:GA   PTS
 1. Blues           12    11   0   1   165:39    48
 2. Ilves           12     8   0   4   132:59    38
 3. Kärpät          12     5   0   7   116:64    32
 4. JYP             12     0   0  12    93:111   18

    Team            GP     W   T   L    GF:GA   PTS
 1. K-Kissat        14    13   1   0    72:24    27
 2. IHK             14     8   3   3    55:28    19
 3. Tappara         14     8   3   3    62:37    19
 4. KalPa           14     8   2   4    54:38    18
 5. JyHC            14     8   1   5    46:39    17
 6. Ässät           14     3   0  11    29:64     6
 7. Y-Ilves         14     2   0  12    21:69     4
 8. TPS             14     1   0  13    20:60     2

Play-offs:

  Semi-finals:
    Feb 26, 2000: Ilves 1 -vs- Kärpät 4
    Feb 27, 2000: Ilves 6 -vs- Kärpät 5 (OT)
    Mar  1, 2000: Ilves 1 -vs- Kärpät 4
    Mar  4, 2000: Ilves 5 -vs- Kärpät 2
    Mar  5, 2000: Ilves 1 -vs- Kärpät 2

    Feb 26, 2000: Blues 10 -vs- JYP 1
    Feb 27, 2000: Blues 8  -vs- JYP 4
    Mar  1, 2000: Blues 10 -vs- JYP 1

  Bronze medal game:
    Mar 11, 2000: Ilves 10 -vs- JYP 2

  Gold medal series:
    Mar 11, 2000: Kärpät 1 -vs- Blues 7
    Mar 12, 2000: Kärpät 2 -vs- Blues 5
    Mar 15, 2000: Kärpät 1 -vs- Blues 4

Blues are the playoff Champions for 1999-2000.

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- 2000 German National Championship

 1. Mannheimer ERC
 2. TuS Geretsried
 3. ESC Planegg-Würmtal
 4. TuS Wiehl

Gold medal game:   Mannheimer ERC 5, TuS Geretsried 2 (3:1;1:2;1:0)
Bronze medal game: ESC Planegg/Würmtal 1, TuS Wiehl 7 (0:2;1:2;0:3)

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- 2000 Great Britain Championship

Premier League

               GP  W T  L GF:GA PTS
 Nottingham    13 11 0  2 81:32 22
 Slough        14  9 2  3 56:37 20
 Guildford     14  9 2  3 41:21 20
 Sunderland    13  8 2  3 57:25 18
 Bracknell     14  7 0  7 42:37 14
 Swindon       14  4 1  9 53:66  9
 Solihull      14  2 2 10 23:55  6
 Basingstoke   14  0 1 13 11:91  1

 Playoffs

 1. Sunderland
 2. Nottingham
 3. Guildford
 4. Slough

 Gold medal game:   Sunderland 4, Nottingham 0
 Bronze medal game: Guildford 2, Slough 1

Division One League

 South
               GP  W T  L  GF:GA PTS
 Cardiff       14 14 0  0 107:9  28
 Oxford City   14 12 0  2  91:18 24
 Romford       14 10 0  4  60:25 20
 Chelmsford    14  7 0  7  66:72 14
 Invicta       14  4 1  9  19:48  9
 Streatham     14  3 1 10  33:85  7
 Milton Keynes 14  2 2 10  22:71  6
 Oxford Uni    14  0 4 10  20:90  4

 North
               GP  W T  L GF:GA PTS
 Kingston      20 15 2  3 73:31  32
 Billingham    20 11 4  5 80:26  26
 Sheffield     20 11 4  5 86:37  26
 Whitley       19 12 0  7 59:36  24
 Telford       19  2 2 15 28:90   6
 Blackburn     20  2 0 18 17:123  4

 Playoffs

 1. Kingston
 2. Billingham
 3. Cardiff
 4. Oxford City

 Gold medal game:   Kingstron 2, Billingham 1
 Bronze medal game: Cardiff 4, Oxford City 0

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- 1995 Italian National Championship

1. HC Alleghe Femminile
2. HC Agordo Fem. Roxa Pattini
3. HC Feltre
4. SG Valbelluna Hoseki
5. HC Eagles Bolzano
6. HC Lario Hallowen Como
7. HC All Stars Milano (no 7th place final)
7. SG Brunico Hot Line

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- 2000 Norwegian National Championship

Final Standings
                                                                             
   Team         GP   W  T   L   GF-GA PTS  

1. Vålerenga    12  11  1   0   78-12  23
2. Furuset      12   7  2   3   34-24  16
3. Stavanger    12   4  1   7   40-46   9
4. Trøndelag    12   0  0  12    8-77   0

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- 2001 Romanian National Championship

   Team                  GP  W L T GF:GA PTS
1. CSS Triumf Bucuresti   6  6 0 0 45:10  12
2. CSS Miercurea Ciuc     6  3 3 0 34:17   6
3. CSS Gheorghieni        6  0 6 0 11:63   0

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- 1999 Russian National Championship

   Team                           GP  W T L  GF:GA PTS
1. Moscow Vikings                  5  5 0 0  54:1  10
2. Spartak Mercury (Yekaterinburg) 5  4 0 1  65:3   8
3. Lokomotiv (Krasnoyarsk)         5  3 0 2  41:13  6
4. Chayka (Yaroslavl')             5  2 0 3  19:32  4
5. Nika (Chelyabinsk)              5  1 0 4   9:69  2
6. Spartak (Moscow)                5  0 0 5   5:75  0

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- 1998 Swedish National Championship

1. Nacka HK
2. FOC Farsta
3. Veddige HK
4. MoDo Hockey

Gold medal game:    Nacka HK 3, FoC Farsta 0
Bronze medal game:  Veddige HK 5, MoDo 2

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- 2002 Swiss National League A

   Team                       GP   W  T  L   GF:GA PTS
1. SC Reinach*                20  13  3  4  100:50 29 
2. DHC Lyss*                  20   9  7  4   69:55 25 
3. EHC Illnau-Effretikon*     20   8  3  9   64:67 19 
4. DSC St. Gallen*            20   7  4  9   53:54 18 
5. DHC Langenthal             20   6  5  9   51:84 17 
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6. HC Lugano                  20   5  2 13   58:85 12 

Playoffs:
  Semi-final:
    09.03.2002 14:30  Lyss 4 -vs- Illnau-Effretikon 2
    09.03.2002 17:30  Reinach 7 -vs- St. Gallen 1
  Bronze:
    10.03.2002 12:00  Illnau-Effretikon 0 -vs- St. Gallen 2
  Gold:
    10.03.2002 15:00  Reinach 5 -vs- Lyss 4

HC Lugano moves down to NLB for the 2002-2003 season.
SC Reinach is the 2002 NLA Swiss Champion.

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- 2002 Swiss National League B

   Team                       GP   W  T  L   GF:GA PTS
1. EV Zug/Seewen              20  17  2  1  121:38 36 
2. SC Weinfelden              20  12  3  5   96:57 27 
3. DEHC Biel                  20  10  3  7   64:66 23 
4. EHC BOMO Thun              20   8  5  7   89:73 21 
5. EHC Bern 96                20   3  3 14   41:99  9 
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6. HC Martigny                20   1  2 17   53:131 4 

Qualification Playoff: (Best 2 out of 3)
  09.03.2002 18:30  Lugano Lugano 3 -vs- Zug/Seewen 1
  11.03.2002 19:30  Seewen Zug/Seewen 1 -vs- Lugano 3

Although EV Zug/Seewen placed 1st in the NLB league standings, they
were defeated by HC Lugano in the qualification playoff, so HC Lugano
stays in the NLA.  HC Marigny moved down to Group C for the 2002-2003
season.

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- 2002 Swiss National League B Qualification Tournament

  Date       Time   Game Result
  23.02.2002 11:30  Rapperswil Rapperswil-Jona 3 -vs- Fribourg-Gottéron 3
  02.03.2002 19:30  Basel Basel KLH 4 -vs- Rapperswil-Jona 4
  05.03.2002 20:15  Fribourg Fribourg-Gottéron 0 -vs- Basel KLH 9

   Team                  GP W T L GF:GA PTS
1. Basel KLH              2 1 1 0 13:4  3 
2. Rapperswil-Jona        2 0 2 0  7:7  2 
3. Fribourg-Gottéron   2 0 1 1  3:12 1 

Basel KLH moves up to NLB for the 2002-2003 season.

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- 2002 US National Championship at Anchorage, AK

 Senior A:   Minnesota Blue Jays 4, Assabet Valley 3
 Senior B:   Team Connecticut 4, Buffalo Saints 0
 19 & Under: Syracuse Stars 5, Ohio Flames 3
 15 & Under: Assabet Valley 4, Wisconsin Challengers 1
 12 & Under: Assabet Valley 4, Cal Selects 1

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Canadian Provincial

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- 1998 Alberta Senior AAA Provincial Championship

1. X-Treme Oval
2. Edmonton Chimos
3. Turbo

Gold Medal game:   Oval 4, Chimos 0

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- 1996 Manitoba Senior A Provincial Championship

1. Sweat Camp Storm, Winnipeg
2. University of Manitoba

Best 2 of 3: UM 5, Storm 0; UM 0, Storm 3; UM 1, Storm 2

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- 1998 Ontario Senior AAA Provincial Championship (NWHL)

1. North York Aeros 
2. Mississauga Chiefs 
3. Brampton Thunder 
4. Ottawa Raiders 
5. Durham Lightning 
6. Scarborough Sting 

Gold medal game:  North York 3, Brampton 2 (3OT)
Bronze medal game:  Mississauga 2, Ottawa 1

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- 1996 Québec Senior AA Provincial Championship

1. Jofa Titan
2. Concordia University
3. Ferland 4 Glaces
4. UQTR

Gold medal game:   Jofa Titan 2, Concordia 0
Bronze medal game: Ferland 4 Glaces 4, UQTR 2

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12. Amateur Associations

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- Canadian Hockey Association (CHA)

Canadian Hockey Association (CHA)
1600 James Naismith Drive
Gloucester, Ontario
K1B 5N4

Tel (613)748-5613
Fax (613)748-5709
E-mail: Ken Buna, Manager, Information Systems
        Glynis Peters, Manager, Women's Programs (Phone 403-777-4588)

   OR

Canadian Hockey Association (CHA)
2424 University Drive NW
Calgary, Ontario
T2N 3Y9

Tel (403)777-3636
Fax (403)777-3635
E-mail: John MacKinnon, Manager, Communications
        Glynis Peters, Manager, Women's Programs (Phone 403-777-4588)

Web Page: http://www.canadianhockey.ca/

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- Canadian Hockey InLine

Canadian Hockey InLine
2424 University Dr NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 3Y9

Tel  (403)777-3636 (Calgary)
Tel 1(888)846-4244 (Toll Free)
Fax  (403)777-3635

E-mail:   inline@canadianhockeyinline.com
Web Page: http://www.canadianhockeyinline.com/

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- USA Hockey

USA Hockey
1775 Bob Johnson Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO
80906

(719) 576-USAH Telephone
(719) 538-1160 FAX for Ice Hockey

Web Page: http://www.usahockey.com/

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- USA Hockey InLine

USA Hockey InLine
1775 Bob Johnson Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO
80906

(719) 576-USAH Telephone
(719) 538-7838 FAX for InLine Hockey

Web Page: http://www.usahockey.com/inline/

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13. Info available via e-mail

When requesting items via e-mail please include your preferred address
in the body of the message.  Sometimes the reply-to address is not a good
thing to go by.

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- FTP sites

 ftp.cs.toronto.edu (128.100.3.6)
 In directory /pub/issac/test there are women's hockey picture files
 (GIF) and text files from Andria Hunter's women's hockey web pages.
 Get the README file from the /pub/issac/test directory for more info.

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- World Wide Web

 Women's Hockey Home Page:  http://www.whockey.com

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- E-mail lists

 Women in Hockey

     To Subscribe          http://www.lists.plaidworks.com/Women-in-Hockey.html
     List Address          women-in-hockey@plaidworks.com

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- Items of interest

 Available from Marc J. Ouellette (vv1@dgp.toronto.edu)
 Keyword    Description
 FRANCAIS   A list of French hockey terms, with English equivalent.
            Web Page: http://www.dgp.toronto.edu:/people/vv1/hockey_terms.html

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15. Notable Dates

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Feb 26-March 1 1998: CIAU Women's Hockey Championship (Concordia University)
Feb 27-March 1 1998: All-East Club Championship (Clarkson University)
March 7-8 1998: ECAC Alliance Championship (TBA)
March 7 1998:   ECAC League Quarterfinals (Campus Sites)
March 14-15 1998: ECAC League Semifinals/Final (Northeastern University)
March 19-22 1998: Women's Canadian National Championship (Calgary)
March 19-20 1998: Women's National Championship (FleetCenter in Boston)

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16. Answers to some frequently asked questions

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Q: Who was the first woman to play in an NHL game?
A: Manon Rheaume, a 20-year-old goaltender, became the first woman ever
   to play in an NHL game on September 23, 1992 when she started in net for
   the expansion Tampa Bay Lightning in an exhibition against the St. Louis
   Blues. Rheaume played the first period before 8,223 at the 10,400-seat
   Expo Hall on the Florida State Fairgrounds and allowed two goals on nine
   shots. She left with the score tied 2-2, although the Lightning ultimately
   lost the game, 6-4.

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Q: Who was the first woman to win a professional hockey game?
A: Erin Whitten played the final period of an ECHL game with the
   Toledo Storm against the Dayton Bombers.  Whitten replaced injured
   goalie Alain Harvey and stopped 15 of 19 shots in a 6-5 win.

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