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Canada Unveils Women's Roster for 2022 Winter Olympics

Team Canada has officially revealed the roster for the women's team that's set to vie for gold at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Team Canada has officially unveiled its roster for the women's national team that will compete for gold at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics next month. 

The roster is led by the country's biggest names, with Marie-Philip Poulin, Natalie Spooner, Sarah Fillier, and Renata Fast among the marquee figures returning to this year's team after guiding Canada to a silver medal at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeong Chang. 

The full list of players can be found here: 

G: Kristen Campbell, Anne-Renee Desbiens, Emerance Maschmeyer 

D: Erin Ambrose, Ashton Bell, Renata Fast, Jocelyne Larocque, Ella Shelton, Claire Thompson, Micah Zandee-Hart 

F: Emily Clark, Melodie Daoust, Sarah Fillier, Brianne Jenner, Rebecca Johnston, Emma Maltais, Sarah Nurse, Marie-Philip Poulin, Jamie Lee Rattray, Jill Saulnier, Natalie Spooner, Laura Stacey, Blayre Turnbull 

Of the 23 women set to take part in the festivities in February, nine are first-time selections to the Olympic team, infusing Team Canada with a mix of experience and youth that is sure to make them one of the favorites to capture the event's ultimate prize. 

The 2022 Beijing Winter Games officially kick off on Feb. 4. 


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