|2014 Four Nations Cup|
|Schedule||Tuesday, Nov. 4 through Saturday, Nov. 8|
|Location||Interior Savings Centre | Kamloops, British Columbia|
|Tickets||Buy Tickets Now | Full-tournament ticket package - $99 (plus fees)|
|Official Sites||USA Hockey | Hockey Canada | Finland | Sweden|
|Social Media||@4NationsCup | @USAHockey | @HC_Women | #4NationsCup|
Day one preliminary round matchups at the 2014 Four Nations Cup in Kamloops, B.C., saw the U.S. skate to a 5-0 victory over Finland before Canada defeated Sweden, 2-0.
Game 1: USA 5, Finland 0
Four Gophers took the ice in the first game of the day as Hannah Brandt (1a), Dani Cameranesi (1g-1a) and Lee Stecklein represented the U.S., and Mira Jalosuo skated for her native Finland. Cameranesi was named the U.S. Player of the Game. She set up the second goal of the game before scoring the third U.S. goal off a feed from Brandt. Catch up on the action and the full recap from USA Hockey below.
Cameranesi makes it 3-0 off slick cross ice pass by Brandt, beating a sliding goalie to glove side. 5:45 to go in 2nd. #4NationsCup-- USA Hockey (@USAHockeyScores) November 4, 2014
Game 2: Canada 2, Sweden 0
Gopher alum Kelly Terry made her debut with the Canadian Women's National Team at the Four Nations Cup. Wearing No. 41, the Whitby, Ont., native helped the tournament hosts shut out Sweden, 2-0.
Action continues at the Four Nations Cup with Finland and Sweden facing off at 4 p.m. CT Wednesday before the U.S. and Canada take the ice at 9 p.m. CT Wednesday night. The Four Nations Cup runs through Saturday with three days of preliminary games to determine the gold and bronze medal game matchups on Saturday.
Tuesday, Nov. 4:
Preliminary: United States 5, Finland 0
Preliminary: Canada 2, Sweden 0
Wednesday, Nov. 5:
Preliminary: Sweden vs. Finland, 4 p.m. CT
Preliminary: United States vs. Canada, 9 p.m. CT
Friday, Nov. 7:
Preliminary: United States vs. Sweden, 3 p.m. CT
Preliminary: Canada vs. Finland, 9 p.m. CT
Saturday, Nov. 8:
Bronze: 4th place vs. 3rd place, 4 p.m. CT
Gold: 2nd place vs. 1st place, 9 p.m. CT