Team Canada and the Sens
Team Canada Under 18, Under 22 and National Women's Teams and the Ottawa Senators
August 16 2011
Congratulations to Cydney Roesler and Morgan Richardson for being selected to play in the Canada USA 3 game series starting November 18th
August 6 2011
Ottawa was represented well at the 2011 U-18 Selection Camp and the U-22 Development Camp held at the new Rockland Sports Centre
Amanda Levielle ,Morgan Richardson and Cydney Roesler battled for a spot on the U-18 roster against the United States while Jamie Lee Rattray,Stefanie McKeough,Isabel Menard and Erica Howe completed the next phase of the U-22 selection process expected to wrap up in November.
Team Canada was unable to defend their World Championship as they fell 5-2 to the Americans in the final game.
The Ottawa Senators would like to congratulate all the talented players that participated in the championship tournament, especially our own Cydney Roesler.
Roesler lets one rip against the Germans
Team Canada U-22
Senators Alumni McKeough and Menard help Team Canada U-22 capture the MLP Cup in Switzerland. A big "Atta Girl" from the Sens.
Stefanie McKeough Isabel Menard
The Victorious U-22 Squad
The Ottawa Senators Women's Hockey Club would like to congratulate Cydney Roesler on her selection to the U-18 Team Canada and wish her all the success during the U-18 World Championships being held in Stockholm Sweden January 1st to 8th.
Sens Alumni continue the Ottawa Senators Womens Hockey clubs representation on team Canada as Isabel Menard and Stefanie McKeough will travel to Kreuzlingen Switzerland with the Team Canada Under 22 to play in the MLP cup which begins on January 4th.
For more information see the link below.
September 21 2010
The Ottawa Senators Women's Hockey Club would like to congratulate and wish all the best of luck to 3 Sens Alumni for their selection to the 2010 National Women's Team Evaluation Camp being held in Calgary this week. Stefanie McKeough (1991) , Isabel Menard (1991), and Jamie Lee Rattray (1992) will give it their best in trying to grab the top wrung of the Women's hockey ladder in Canada.
The camp schedule can be found here
Aug 14 2010
Ottawa's Cydney Roesler will begin the defence of Canada's 2010 World Championship win when she travels to Lake Placid for the U-18 mini series with the US.
Ex Senator Isabel Menard and Stefanie McKeough will play against the US-22 squad in a series scheduled for next weekend in Toronto.
Congratulations from the OSWHC. Well done ladies
Aug 6 2010
Erica Howe stays with the U-22 Selection camp after the 5 day goalie camp. Congrats Erica.
July 26 2010
Hockey Canada has published the Roster for the U-18 and U-22 Selection Camps scheduled for August 5th to the 14th in Toronto.
Congratulations to current Ottawa Senators Monika Leck and Cydney Roesler who will be challenging for a spot with the U-18 team. Senators Alumi Isabel Menard andJamie Lee Rattray will be skating with the U-22's as forwards while Stefanie McKeough will make her second appearance defending her last years position on defence.
Erica Howe will attend the Team Canada Goalie Camp beginning in August 1st in Toronto. 6 U-22 and 6 U-18 goalies will be chosen to stay on for the selection camp beginning August 5th.
U-18 and U-22 Selection Camp rosters can be found at these links.
Good Luck to all.
May 12 2010
Hockey Canada announced Wednesday a list of 109 players identified for a strength and conditioning camp (Boot camp) that will take place from May 25-30 at the University of Calgary.
Included amoungst the invitees were the following Ottawa Sens, current and alumni:
Cydney Roesler Monica Leck
Isabel Menard Stefanie McKeough Jamie Lee Rattray Erica Howe
Good Luck in Calgary Ladies!!!!!
GOLD GOLD GOLD
Celebration after Goal #1
Team Canada defeats Team USA in a barn burner of a game at the Seven Bridges arena . Christine Bestland finished off a Bridgette Lacquette point shot in overtime to finish the game.
The players line up for the awards and the singing of the Anthem for the fifth and final time
Watch it here www.youtube.com/watch
Rattray gets Player of the game vs. the Germans
Erica in Warmup vs Sweden
Rattray & Howe Team Canada's Ottawa connection
Informal Team Canada picture in front of the arena after the Swedish game.
Howe and Doyle in the runway getting ready
Rattray in Warmup
The Canadian Anthem plays after the game. Many players heard it for the first time in international competion. The first of 5.
The Team Canada Ontario contingent
Erica Howe looks ready
Coach Church holds court
Practice ends with the Team Canada Circle at centre
March 2nd 2010
The U-18 roster for the 2010 World Championship has been released and the Ottawa Senators will have two players going to Chicago.
Jamie Lee Rattray will make her second appearance at the World Championships and Erica Howe will make her debut on the World stage.
The championships are scheduled for March 27th to April 3rd at the home of the Chicago Mission in Woodridge Illinois a suburb of Chicago.
The roster and more information can be found at this link
Congratulations to all of the players that worked so hard to be chosen!!
Go Canada Eh!!
August 28 2009.
U-18 Team completes 3 game series with the USA finishing ahead 2 games to1 in Calgary
Game 3 was played at the Saddledome
August 20 2009
The U-18's and the U-22's squared off in Calgary and the U-22's came away with a 4-2 win.
August 16 2009
Stefanie McKeough will stay with the U-22 team in Calgary.
The U-22's will play the U-18's with Rattray and Howe on Friday the 21st of August.
The 2009 Roster is found at the link below
Congratulations Stef from the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club!!!
Stefanie McKeough will be returning to Calgay August 9th for the U-22 selection camp and when successful will stay on to play the US in a 3 game series.
Erica Howe and Jamie Lee Rattray will suit up against the U.S. U-18's for 3 games in Calgary August 24th,August 26th and August 27th . Way to go girls !!!
The Ottawa Senators will send two players to the U-22 conditioning camp in Calgary.
Stephanie McKeough and Cassie Seguin will go to Calgary April 30th to begin their bid to make the team.
Jamie Lee Rattray will return to Calgary for her second time at the U-18 conditioning camp on May 7th and she will be accompanied by Erica Howe.
Rattray McKeough Seguin
The results for the U-18 World Championship can be found at the following links.
Rattray vs. the Finns
Ratray Seguin & McKeough
McKeough charges the net
Jan 11 09 The Final