The Gryphons are in the top 10 ranking in women’s hockey for the period ending January 22, 2023.


The Canada Women Hockey team, the U SPORTS Gryphons, made their debut in the top 10 ranking on January 22, 2023. The Gryphons have quickly risen to become one of Canada’s most dominant teams in women’s hockey.

Led by head coach Melissa Caron and her staff, the Gryphons have been playing outstanding hockey this season. With an impressive 12-7-2 record, the Gryphons have made their mark on Canada’s hockey scene and have become one of the top teams to watch.

The Gryphons are led by captains Alexandrea Courchesne and Meghan Beaton who both provide veteran presence and leadership for their young team. Canada Women Hockey is excited to see the Gryphons continue their success in the upcoming months and years.

The Canada Women Hockey program looks forward to the Gryphons becoming a mainstay in Canada’s top 10 rankings for many years to come! Canada has been a dominant force in the women’s hockey world and Canada’s national team has been consistently ranked at the top of the list. Canada is currently at the number one spot with an overall record of 13-1-0 and a goal differential of +22.

Canada is closely followed by the United States who are placed at second with a record of 12-2-0 and goal differential of +19. Canada has won each of the last six IIHF Women’s World Championships, and is the favorite to win gold at this years Olympic Winter Games in Beijing.

Canada also holds four consecutive Four Nations Cup titles and two Canada Winter Games medals as well. Canada’s commitment to excellence in women’s hockey is clear and Canada will continue to be a major contender for the years to come.

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