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Maschmeyer Helps Lead Hockey Canada to Second Place at 4 Nations Cup

Maschmeyer Helps Lead Hockey Canada to Second Place at 4 Nations Cup

Canada went 2-1 in round robin play with wins over Finland and Sweden (Joel Ford/Hockey Canada).

SUNDSVALL, Sweden – Competing at the 4 Nations Cup against the United States, Finland and host Sweden, the Canadian National Women's Team took second place after falling in overtime in the championship. Senior Emerance Maschmeyer and Sarah Edney '15 took the ice for Hockey Canada, with both making significant contributions to the Canada defense.

Maschmeyer started three games, recording a 1.67 goals-against average with a .936 save percentage. The Bruderheim, Alberta native opened the tournament with a 17-save shutout of Finland in a 2-0 victory, and the Crimson goaltender started both games against the first-place United States.  In the group stage, Maschmeyer tallied 26 saves and in the championship game she turned away a team-best 30 shots.

Edney saw time along the blue line in all four games, helping the squad to a shutout over Finland and to a victory against host Sweden. The first pick of the CWHL Draft in August, Edney also competed for Team Canada in January.

Harvard women's hockey hosts Union and Rensselaer Nov. 13-14 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. Both contests will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.

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