Ice Hockey in Ontario

Ice Hockey in Ontario is governed by The Ontario Hockey Federation is the governing body of all sanctioned ice hockey in the province of Ontario in Canada, . Founded in 1989, Ontario is not a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation . Ontario Women’s National Team made their debut in 1987 at the first Women’s World hockey Championships in North York Ontario. This page shows the history of the Women’s national team.


Women’s National Team
Not a IIHF Member
History:
Ontario Women Unofficial Results
Other Facts:
First Unofficial Game Played: April 21st, 1987, 8-0 win over Sweden
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (4) April 21st-23rd, 1987
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (4) April 21st-23rd, 1987
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (2) April 24th-25th, 1987
Biggest Unofficial Win: 19-0 over Netherlands April 22nd, 1987
Biggest Unofficial Loss: (1) 5-0 to Canada April 24th, 1987

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
1 Karen Ranson Mississauga Warriors
2 Aimee Kilbourne Mississauga Warriors
3 Deb Maybury Mississauga Warriors
4 Wendy Gamble Mississauga Warriors
5 Linda De Angele Mississauga Warriors
6 Theresa Hutchinson Mississauga Warriors
7 Joey Bush Mississauga Warriors
8 Angela James Mississauga Warriors
9 Heather Hong Mississauga Warriors
10 Chris Pellerin Mississauga Warriors
12 Karen Spencer Mississauga Warriors
14 Karen Pepper Mississauga Warriors
15 Michelle Offer Mississauga Warriors
16 Cindy Clark Mississauga Warriors
17 Yvonne McIntyre Mississauga Warriors
18 Lorie Springal Mississauga Warriors
19 Terri Mansholt Mississauga Warriors
21 Krista Lecky Mississauga Warriors
22 Geraldine Heaney Mississauga Warriors
24 Sue Harling Mississauga Warriors
25   Laura Smith Mississauga Warriors
30   Leisa Nicholls Mississauga Warriors
  HC Lee Trempe Updated (06/25/20)

 

Home Page:
Ontario Hockey Federation

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Ontario Hockey Federation