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Daniels, Tse Finish Competition in USA vs. Canada Series

Daniels, Tse Finish Competition in USA vs. Canada Series

Both players registered points for their country in the tournament (Gil Talbot).

CALGARY, Alberta -  Skating internationally in the annual series, Harvard women's hockey had two players, sophomore Kaitlin Tse and senior Sydney Daniels, compete for their country August 17-20 at the Markin MacPhail Center. Tse and Canada's National Women's Development Team picked up the win in the series, 2-1, over Daniels and the U-22 USA Women's National Team.

Tse and Daniels both tallied points in the opening clash, a 2-1 victory for Canada. Tse helped Canada get on the board first, slotting a pass to Boston University's Victoria Bach for what would end up as the game-winning goal. Daniels netted a breakaway goal in the third period for the United States, her second-straight year scoring in the series, but the Americans could not force an extra period in game one.

Canada clinched the series with a 4-3 win in the second contest, and the United States tallied a 3-2 victory in the final outing. The series triumph for Canada was its first since 2010.

Harvard opens its 2016-17 campaign with an exhibition against McGill October 14 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The contest will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.

 

Video courtesy: USA Hockey

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