The 2016 junior National Team beat Finland 10-9 in overtime to win gold at the 2016 World Ringette Championships in Helsinki. The Canadian squad were undefeated in round-robin play and beat the Finns in two games of a best of three final series. The following athletes and team staff were part of the 2016 junior National Team: Kelsie Caine (Red Deer AB), Annie Debaji (Edmonton AB), Justine Exner (Calgary AB), Robyn Gillespie (Sherwood Park AB), Lauren Henderson (St. Albert AB), Ellen Hoban (Calgary AB), Ryann Bannerman (Winnipeg MB), Talia Gallant (Winnipeg MB), Samantha Renooy (Oakbank MB), Keyona Tomiuk (Oakbank MB), Sarah-Lynne Begin (Ottawa ON), Chantal Gauthier (Pickering ON), Molly Lewis (Nepean ON), Sydney Nosal (St. Clements ON), Shae-Lynn Reaman (Mount Forest ON), Abby Richardson (Guelph ON), Erica Voss (Etobicoke ON), Justine Lapointe (Saint-Basile-Le-Grand QC), Catherine Ruel (Mascouche QC), Laurie St-Pierre (Boucherville QC), Britney Snowdon (Moncton NB), Jenny Snowdon (Moncton NB), Lorrie Horne – Head coach (Sherwood Park AB), Chris Belan – Assistant coach (Calgary AB), Jackie Deschenes – Team leader (Ajax ON), Kathryn Pringle – Team leader (Fredericton NB), Danielle (Hobday) Hildebrand – Legacy coach (Oakbank MB), Andrea Ferguson – Legacy coach (Winnipeg MB), Sarah (Miller) Ianni – Legacy coach (Toronto ON), Claudia Jetté – Goalie consultant (Montréal QC), Melinda Watson – Athletic therapist (Red Deer AB), Frances Losier – Director of High Performance (Mirabel QC), and Alayne Martell – Media and PR consultant (St. Peter’s NS).
Ringette Hall of Fame
2016 Junior National Team