Kamloops' Woodland pulled in Canada loss at U-18 world women's hockey

By Earl Seitz
January 9, 2018 - 6:47am

KAMLOOPS — Canada has lost 6-2 to the U.S. this morning at the U-18 women's world hockey championship in Russia.

Kendra Woodland of Kamloops started in goal for Team Canada, but was pulled in the second period after giving up four goals on 20 shots.

Canada finishes the preliminary round with a win and two losses and is in danger of falling into the relegation round should Sweden upset Russia.

With its win the Americans clinch first in the pool.

Hometown Hockey set to arrive in Kamloops

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