U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM SET TO RENEW RIVALRY WITH CANADA THIS COMING FEBRUARY. Three-Game Series Highlighted by February 17 Tilt at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit
Tickets On Sale NowNov 29, 2018
(COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.) —USA Hockey, in conjunction with Hockey Canada, announced today that one of the greatest rivalries in sports will renew when the women’s national teams from the U.S. and Canada clash in a three-game series February 12-17, 2019.
Little Caesars Arena in Detroit will host the final game of the series as part of Hockey Week Across America on Sunday, Feb. 17, with opening faceoff set for 12 noon ET.
"It's great to bring the excitement of the U.S.-Canada rivalry to Detroit, a city with such a rich hockey history," said Pat Kelleher, executive director of USA Hockey. "When our teams meet, the speed, the skill and the passion on display are really unparalleled.
"One of our objectives is to ensure that this game is affordable for families so that as many people as possible have the chance to experience this great rivalry in person."
Tickets (ranging from $15-$35) will go on sale to the general public Monday, December 3 at 10 a.m. ET and can be purchased at 313Presents.com, Ticketmaster.com, and the Little Caesars Arena XFINITY box office located just off Woodward Avenue, adjacent to the Chevrolet Entry Northeast. To charge tickets by phone, call 800-745-3000.
The series will also feature games Tuesday, February 12 at 7 p.m. ET in London, Ontario, and Thursday, February 14 at 7 p.m. ET in Toronto. For more information, including the full schedule, please click here.
A Storied Rivalry
The two nations met in what became perhaps the greatest spectacle of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang last February when the U.S. secured a thrilling overtime victory in the gold-medal game, which was decided in the sixth round of a shootout after an “electrifying” goal by Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and subsequent save by U.S. netminder Maddie Rooney.
The most recent game between the two countries was also won by the U.S., that a 5-2 triumph in the championship game of the Four Nations Cup on Nov. 10 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.