Hockey East Well Represented at Women's World Championship
30 Current and Former Athletes Competing for IIHF World Title

AMESBURY, Mass. - The Hockey East Association is well represented at the 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship, with 30 current and former athletes competing for eight different countries on the international stage. The 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship is taking place from August 25 - September 4, 2022 in Herning and Frederikshavn, Denmark. A full list of the athletes can be found below.

Half of the players are current student-athletes and will skate in Hockey East in 2022-23, representing seven of the 10 Hockey East institutions. Maine and Vermont lead the way with six representatives each, Northeastern boasts five, Boston College and Boston University each claim four, while Merrimack and Providence have both produced three players.

The players come from eight different countries, with the United States and Czechia producing nearly half of the field with seven athletes each. Germany follows with four players, Canada and Denmark each send three, and Finland, Sweden, and Switzerland all boast a duo.

The 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship continues today with Team USA facing off against Team Switzerland at 1:00 p.m. ET on NHL Network and TSN. The networks will carry all games involving USA and Canada, as well as two quarterfinals, both semifinals, and both medal games.

Hockey East Players in the 2022 IIHF Women’s World Championship
Player Pos Country HE Team
Sandra Abstreiter G Germany Providence
Amalie Anderson D Denmark Maine
Victoria Bach F Canada Boston University
Cayla Barnes D USA Boston College
Hannah Bilka F USA Boston College
Andrea Braendli G Switzerland Boston University
Alex Carpenter F USA Boston College
Jesse Compher F Canada Boston University
Kendall Coyne Schofield F USA Northeastern
Marie Delarbre F Germany Merrimack
Aerin Frankel G USA Northeastern
Sara Hjalmarsson F Sweden Providence
Sini Karjalainen D Finland Vermont
Megan Keller D USA Boston College
Denisa Krizova F Czechia Northeastern
Dominika Laskova D Czechia Merrimack
Natalie Mlynkova F Czechia Vermont
Alina Mueller F Switzerland Northeastern
Noemi Neubauerova F Czechia Providence
Krista Parkkonen D Finland Vermont
Tynka Patkova F Czechia Vermont
Marie-Philip Poulin F Canada Boston University
Vendula Pribylova F Czechia Maine
Hayley Scamurra F USA Northeastern
Blanka Skodova G Czechia Vermont
Sofie Skott D Denmark Vermont
Celine Tedenby F Sweden Maine / Merrimack
Michelle Weis F Denmark Maine
Luisa Welcke F Germany Maine
Lilli Welcke F Germany Maine