The 2010’s

 

  • 2010: The 2010 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Saskatoon, SK from April 5-10.
  • 2010: The National Ringette League enters its seventh season with 17 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with five teams and an Eastern Conference with twelve teams.
  • 2010: Finland hosts the ninth World Ringette Championship in Tampere. Finland holds onto the world title after defeating Canada two games straight in a best of three gold medal series.
  • 2011: Ringette is part of the Canada Winter Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Ontario wins gold, Alberta takes home silver and Quebec claims bronze.
  • 2011: The 2011 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Cambridge, ON from March 28 to April 2.
  • 2011: The National Ringette League enters its eighth season with 19 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with six teams and an Eastern Conference with thirteen teams.
  • 2011: The second World Club Ringette Championship is held in Turku, Finland from December 28 to January 1, 2012. Two teams from Canada’s National Ringette League participated (Cambridge Turbos and Richmond Hill Lightning), along with the three club teams from Finland and one club team from Sweden. Lapinlahden Luistin -89 captured the world club title after defeating the Finnish team, Raision Nuorisokiekko ry.
  • 2012: The 2012 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Burnaby, BC from April 9-14.
  • 2012: The National Ringette League enters its ninth season with 16 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with four teams and an Eastern Conference with twelve teams.
  • 2012: The second U19 World Ringette Championship is held in London, ON from December 29, 2012 to January 3, 2013. The event included two teams from Canada (East and West), one team from Finland and three mosaic teams (Russia, USA and France), which were composed of primarily Canadian players. Canada East claimed the U19 world ringette title after defeating Finland in the final.
  • 2013: The 2013 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Fredericton, NB from April 1-6.
  • 2013: The National Ringette League enters its tenth season with 13 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with two teams and an Eastern Conference with eleven teams.
  • 2013: The 50th anniversary of ringette is celebrated across the country. Activities include Ringette Day in Wonderland, ringette featured prominently at Canada Day in Ottawa, a Legends ringette game featuring three-time Olympic medalist Catriona LeMay Doan, a 30-day, 15-city cross-country roadshow sponsored by Volkswagen, an all-star skills contest, an all-star weekend, Ringette Night with the Ottawa Senators, and many more local and provincial activities.
  • 2013: Canada hosts the 2013 World Ringette Championship in North Bay, ON from December 29, 2013 to January 4, 2014. For the first time, the event saw world champion titles awarded for the U19 and senior age divisions with Finland winning both titles.
  • 2014: The 2014 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Regina, SK from April 7-12.
  • 2014: The National Ringette League enters its eleventh season with 14 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with three teams and an Eastern Conference with eleven teams.
  • 2015: Ringette is part of the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, British Columbia from February 14-20.
  • 2015: The 2015 Tim Hortons Canadian Ringette Championships, which include the National Ringette League championship tournament, are held in Wood Buffalo, AB from March 29 to April 4.
  • 2015: The National Ringette League enters its twelfth season with 15 teams playing in two conferences across Canada – a Western Conference with four teams and an Eastern Conference with eleven teams.
  • 2016: The 2016 World Ringette Championship are held in Helsinki, Finland from December 28, 2015 to January 4, 2016.

 

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