The 2023 World Women’s Hockey Championship is right around the corner and Hockey Canada has released the complete roster. The lineup features 13 forwards, seven defenders and three goaltenders. The tournament is scheduled to begin on April 5, with a gold medal to be handed out on April 16 in Brampton, Ontario. Of note, Danielle Serdachny is the only player set to make her World Championships debut and the team will be looking for its third consecutive gold medal at the event. Troy Ryan remains the team’s head coach with Kori Cheverie, Caroline Ouellette and Doug Derraugh serving as assistants.
Canada will play in Group A with Czechia, Japan, Switzerland and USA. Canada will play its first game on April 5 against Switzerland and wrap up their round robin with a clash against USA on April 10 before embarking on the medal round.