Circle Wednesday on the calendar for those who get pleasure from do-or-die showdowns between acrimonious rivals.
After dropping the primary three video games of the seven-game nationwide ladies’s Rivalry Collection to the US, Canada has bounced again with three consecutive wins, together with Monday night time’s 5-1 victory on the sold-out Colisee Videotron in Trois-Rivières, Que.
The seventh and deciding sport can be performed Wednesday at Place Bell in Laval, Que.
Sarah Nurse opened the scoring for Canada on Household Day with a objective at 3:06 of the primary interval, with Brianne Jenner and Rebecca Johnston drawing assists.
Eighteen seconds later Laura Stacey scored to offer Canada a 2-0 lead. Emily Clark earned an help.
Within the third interval Claire Thompson put Canada up 3-0 at 10:21, then Brianne Jenner (16:28) and Marie-Philip Poulin (18:55) scored empty-net objectives to seal the deal for Canada.
With the late objective, Poulin grew to become the fifth participant to report 200 Crew Canada factors, becoming a member of Hayley Wickenheiser, Jayna Hefford, Caroline Ouellette and Danielle Goyette. She simply wants three extra objectives to turn out to be the fourth participant to attain 100 instances.
WATCH Poulin data 2 hundredth profession level with Canada:
Poulin was aslo honoured Monday night time for successful the Northern Star Award (Canadian Athlete of the Yr) and Bobbie Rosenfeld Award (The Canadian Press feminine Athlete of the Yr).
Canadian netminder Ann-Renee Desbiens stopped 14 of 15 photographs for the win. Aerin Frankel stopped 27 of 32 photographs within the U.S. web.
The U.S. gained 4-3 in a shootout in Recreation 1 in Kelowna, B.C. on Nov. 15, 2-1 in Recreation 2 in Kamloops, B.C. on Nov. 17 and 4-2 in Recreation 3 in Seattle, Wash., on Nov. 20.
Veteran U.S. captain Kendall Coyne Schofield, who had a objective and three assists within the first 5 video games of the Rivalry Collection, didn’t be a part of her teammates for the video games in Quebec.
Brampton welcomes the world
The IIHF ladies’s world hockey championship is returning to Ontario for the primary time since 2013 when Brampton performs host April 5-16.
Will probably be the fifth time Ontario hosts the worlds — Ottawa did it in 1990 and 2013, Kitchener hosted in 1997, and Mississauga rolled out the welcome mat in 2000.