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Canada-US Women’s Hockey Series Concludes in Halifax and Summerside, PEI

CALGARY — The Rivalry Series between the Canadian and United States women’s hockey teams will return in 2024-25, with Atlantic Canada hosting the final two games. Hockey Canada and USA Hockey announced the schedule for the five-game series on Tuesday.

CALGARY — The Rivalry Series between the Canada and United States women’s hockey teams will return in 2024-25, with Atlantic Canada hosting the final two games.

Hockey Canada and USA Hockey announced the schedule for the five-game series on Tuesday.

The fourth match will be played on February 6 at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax and the final will be held on February 8 at Credit Union Place in Summerside, PEI.

The series kicks off with three games in the United States: San Jose, California on November 6, West Valley City, Utah, on November 8 and Boise, Idaho, on November 10.

Canada won four games in a row to win last season’s seven-game Rivalry Series.

The series was introduced in 2018–19 as a three-game event. Canada has won three of the previous four series.

“The series has been a must-see event for hockey fans across Canada since 2018 and has played a significant role in helping grow the girls’ and women’s game in North America,” said Katherine Henderson, president and CEO of Hockey Canada, in a press release. “We look forward to treating fans to five great hockey games once again and leaving a lasting impact and legacy in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island this season.”

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 9, 2024.

The Canadian Press