Former Selects Hockey Players Chosen for U18 & U22 Canada & U.S. Select Teams

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The Selects Hockey program would like to congratulate all of our former players who have been selected to play for Team USA and Team Canada Women’s National Select Teams in the U18 and U22 Series! The United States U18 and U22 Select teams each chose 22 players to represent their country after their participation in the USA Hockey Women’s National Festival August 8-12 at the Lake Placid Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York. Team Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team and National Women’s Development team (Under-22) were selected following selection camps at the Hockey Canada National Teams’ Summer Showcase. The annual U.S. vs Canada series has taken place since 2007 and gives both national teams a chance to compete against elite competition.

Both the U18 Series and U22 series will be played in Calgary, Alberta this year. The U22 Series will take place August 17-20th and the U18 Series will be August 18-21st.

Congratulations to the following former Selects Hockey players who will be participating!

U-18 Team USA

Cayla Barnes
Natalie Buchbinder
Clare DeGeorge
Delaney Drake
Alex Gulstene
Gabbie Hughes
Maureen Murphy
Emily Oden
Lindsay Reed
Emma Seitz
Grace Zumwinkle

U-18 Team Canada

Edith D’astous-Moreau
Emma Buckles
Emma Maltais
Avery Mitchell
Courtney Vorster
Brooke Jovanovich
Brette Pettet
Daryl Watts

U-22 Team USA

Becca Gilmore
Alex Woken
Patti Marshall
Brittany Bugalski
Melissa Samoskevich
Sophia Shaver

Canada National Women’s Development Team (U-22)

Lindsay Agnew
Kristen O’Neil
Josianne Pozzebon
Victoria Bach
Hannah Bunton

 

Good luck this week!

 

 

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