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Medal Design Unveiled for the PEI 2023 Canada Winter Games

Charlottetown, PE (January 18, 2023) – To celebrate “One Month to Go” from the PEI 2023 Canada Winter Games, the Host Society revealed its design for the hard-earned medals that over 2,500 young athletes will be competing for. The announcement took place at the newly renovated lodge at Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park at Brookvale, a…

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La Suède remporte la médaille de bronze au Championnat du monde de ringuette

Helsinki, Finlande – le 4 janvier 2016 – Après avoir forcé la tenue d’une troisième partie aujourd’hui à Helsinki dans la série «deux de trois», la Suède a battu les États-Unis 4 à 2 et s’est emparée de la médaille de bronze dans la division du Président. L’équipe junior du Canada avait remporté la médaille…

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Sweden picks up bronze at world junior ringette championship

Helsinki, Finland – January 4, 2015 – After forcing the best two-out-of-three bronze medal series to three games, Sweden beat the USA 4-2 to pick up the bronze in the President’s Pool at the world ringette championships in Helsinki today. Canada’s junior team picked up the gold medal yesterday when they downed Finland’s junior team…

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Canada wins world junior ringette championship gold

Helsinki, Finland – January 3, 2015 – Canada’s junior team took down the Finns 10-9 in overtime to claim gold at the world ringette championships today in Helsinki. The Canadian squad were undefeated in round robin play and beat the Finns in two games of a best of three series. “It feels freaking amazing,” said…

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Canadian junior ringette squad positioned to take world championship gold tomorrow

Helsinki, Finland – January 2, 2015 – The Canadian junior team beat their Finnish rivals 7-5 in game one of the best two-out-of-three gold medal series at the world ringette championships today in Helsinki. The two teams will meet again tomorrow with the Finns in a do or die situation and the Canadians strongly positioned…

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Canadian junior team downs Finland 8-5 to finish round-robin undefeated, senior team loses game one 8-2 to Finland

Helsinki, Finland – January 1, 2015 – The Canadian junior team posted an 8-5 win over their Finnish rivals on the final day of round robin play to remain undefeated in the President’s Pool. The first place Canadians will go on to face the second place Finns again tomorrow as the best two-out-of-three series to…

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Canadian junior team remain undefeated at world ringette championships in Helsinki

Helsinki, Finland – December 31, 2015 – Canada’s junior team finished 2015 off with another win, beating USA 19-0 in round-robin play at the 2016 world ringette championships in Helsinki. Guelph’s Abby Richardson led the scoring with five goals and three assists and Moncton’s Britney Snowdon picked up four goals and an assist. Calgary’s Ellen Hoban and…

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Finland downs Canada in exhibition play, Canadian junior squad posts another win

Helsinki, Finland – December 30, 2015 – The senior teams from Finland and Canada; clearly pegged as the world’s ringette powerhouses, met in exhibition play today at the 2016 world ringette championships in Helsinki. The Finns came away with the win, downing Canada 13-4. The two teams will meet again on New Year’s Day to…

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Team Canada continues winning streak at world ringette championships

Helsinki, Finland – December 29, 2015 – Canada’s junior team posted another solid win today at the 2016 world ringette championships taking place in Helsinki. The Canadian squad downed the junior team from Sweden 31-0 and now sit at 3-0 in round-robin play. “We came here with a plan and that is to play a…

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Team Canada juniors down Sweden 17-1 on day two at world ringette championships

Helsinki, Finland – December 28, 2015 – Canada’s junior team continued their winning streak at the 2016 world ringette championships in Helsinki today, handing a 17-1 loss to Sweden on day two of competition. Moncton’s Jenny Snowdon, Red Deer’s Kelsie Caine and Justine Lapointe from Saint-Basile-Le-Grand, Quebec each contributed a hat trick for the Canada…

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Team Canada juniors open strong on first day of world ringette championships

Helsinki, Finland – December 27, 2015 – Canada’s junior team came out strong on opening day at the 2016 world ringette championships in Helsinki. The Canadians recorded a 32-0 shut out over the Czech Republic, with all 15 Canadian skaters contributing goals for the win. Boucherville’s Laurie St-Pierre and Winnipeg’s Ryann Bannerman shared the shut…

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Winnipeg selected to host 2018 Canadian Ringette Championships

Ottawa, Ontario – October 23, 2015 – Ringette Canada today announced it has selected Winnipeg, Manitoba as the host for the 2018 Canadian Ringette Championships. The 2018 event will be the fifth time that Winnipeg has hosted the Canadian Ringette Championships after the inaugural event as held there in 1979, as well as the events…

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Team Canada rosters announced for world ringette championship

Ottawa, ON – October 13, 2015 – Ringette Canada has announced the rosters for its junior and senior national teams that will compete at the 2016 world ringette championship taking place in Helsinki, Finland from December 27th, 2015 to January 4th, 2016. “This is an exciting moment for ringette in Canada as we announce the…

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