IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN! The 2024 IIHF Women's World Championship is well underway and Team Canada has their sights set on gold. Before the start of the tournament we sat down with the players and had them react to some of the most iconic Team Canada moments throughout the years at the Women’s Worlds. 

We started off in 1990 at the first ever Women’s Worlds with Geraldine Heaney’s game winning goal against the US. The overall consensus? Sick goal. Sick celly. Sick jerseys. 

The 2012 Golden goal was a special one as it was the first ever World Championship win for some of the current players like Marie-Philip Poulin, Natalie Spooner, Jocelyne Larocque and Brianne Jenner. The OT winner was scored by none other than current Team Canada Assistant Coach Caroline Ouellette! 

The best moment of all was definitely seeing the squad react to Marie-Philip Poulin’s game winning goal at the 2021 Women’s Worlds. Whether they were on the bench, in the stands or at home every member of that team remembers that goal. 

After their loss in the gold medal game to the US last year, the Canadian girls have their eyes on a repeat of 2021. 

Which Team Canada moment is your favourite? Let us know @BarDown