The gold medal games are set as United States and Canada women’s u18 team will face off tonight at LaBahn Ice Arena, The Finland U18 team faced with Sweden for bronze medal game and the Finish U18 defeated Swedish women’s U18 by 3-0 . Here’s everything about the regional rivalry clash on the final day of the women’s U-18 World Championship between United States U18 and Canada, when, where and how to watch Canada vs USA women’s u18 World championship gold medal game.
How to watch Canada vs USA U18 Women’s World Championship?
Where: LaBahn Arena, Madison, WI
When: 8:30 p.m. et
TV Channel: USA – NHL Network, Canada – TSN3
Live Stream: PremiumTV
You can watch the historical Ice hockey game from your home, without cable and VPN via PremiumTV from anywhere around the world.
USA U18 Women’s team story line
After avenging their round-robin loss to Finland on Sunday, Canada will aim to do the same against the United States in the gold-medal game of the 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship.
The contest will take place at 19:30 on Monday at LaBahn Arena in Madison, Wisconsin. The game can be seen on TSN in Canada; the NHL Network will broadcast it in the United States.
When the teams first met on June 9, the United States skated to a 7-0 triumph. The Americans went 3-for-7 on the power play and chased Hailey MacLeod from the net after five goals. Mari Pietersen finished the contest with 14 saves.
The United States was vying to become the first team at the U18 level to capture “perfect gold” — playing the entire tournament without trailing or being tied after 0-0. It’s a feat that has been accomplished at the women’s senior level just three times, although never at U18.
Canada U18 Women’s team story line
It’s been quality over quantity for Jade Iginla at the 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship. The 17-year-old Canadian forward missed the group stage with an upper-body injury. However, she’s been impactful in her playoff return in Madison, Wisconsin with gold on the line.
“I think you try and block out all the noise and just try and focus on your game,” Iginla said. “Obviously I was recovering from an injury. So I’ve been working on that, working on getting back.”
After earning an assist when Canada beat Slovakia 7-0 in the quarter-final, the 174-cm, 64-kg attacker potted the opening goal with a rising shot in the 2-1 semi-final win over Finland that set up Monday’s gold-medal clash with the defending champion Americans. It was Iginla’s first international goal.
Even when Iginla was out of the lineup, the Brown University commit has been visible around LaBahn Arena, supporting her teammates during the ups and downs of the journey to the final. Her appreciation of the chance to compete here after the 2021 tournament was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns shines through.