The world’s top women’s hockey players take the ice in Herning, Denmark for the 2022 IIHF WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, from Aug. 25 – Sept. 4 on TSN, TSN.ca, and the TSN app. TSN delivers live coverage of all games from Group A as well as coverage of the Medal Round, including the Quarter-finals, Semifinals, and Gold Medal Game.
TSN’s coverage features play-by-play commentator Kenzie Lalonde, alongside analyst Cheryl Pounder, a six-time IIHF WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP gold medallist and two-time Olympic gold medallist. Lalonde and Pounder call every Team Canada and Group A game, including a rematch of last year’s Gold Medal Game between Team Canada and Team USA on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 2 p.m. ET on TSN, TSN.ca, and the TSN app.
From the TSN studio, hosting TSN’s coverage is two-time IIHF WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP gold medallist and Olympic gold medallist Tessa Bonhomme, alongside analysts Hockey Hall of Famer Jayna Hefford and Sami Jo Small, a four-time IIHF WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP gold medallist and two-time Olympic gold medallist.
TSN digital platforms deliver comprehensive updates from the tournament, including in-game highlights, feature stories, pre- and post-game reaction, and video analysis on TSN.ca and the TSN app. TSN’s official social media accounts keep fans up to date, with BarDown’s Julia Tocheri contributing exclusive behind-the-scenes social content and reporting rinkside throughout the tournament.
Canada is the defending IIHF WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP and Olympic gold medallists, with an all-star roster highlighted by three-time Olympic champion and two-time World champion Marie-Phillip Poulin; the Olympic record holder for most points in a single women’s tournament, Sarah Nurse; and the 2022 Olympic women’s tournament Most Valuable Player, Brianne Jenner.
French-language coverage of the tournament is available on RDS.
2022 Women’s World Championship – Denmark
|Thursday, August 25, 2022||Japan vs. USA||9am||TSN1/3|
|Thursday, August 25, 2022||Finland vs. Canada||1pm||TSN Network|
|Friday, August 26, 2022||Switzerland vs. Japan||12:30pm||TSN1/3|
|Saturday, August 27, 2022||USA vs. Finland||9am||TSN1/4|
|Saturday, August 27, 2022||Canada vs. Switzerland||1pm||TSN1/4|
|Sunday, August 28, 2022||Japan vs. Canada||9am||TSN1/3/4|
|Monday, August 29, 2022||Finland vs. Japan||9am||TSN5|
|Monday, August 29, 2022||USA vs. Switzerland||1pm||TSN5|
|Tuesday, August 30, 2022||Swizterland vs. Finland||10am||TSN5|
|Tuesday, August 30, 2022||Canada vs. USA||2pm||TSN5|
|Thursday, September 1, 2022||Quarterfinal||6:15am||TSN4|
|Thursday, September 1, 2022||Quarterfinal||10:15am||TSN4|
|Thursday, September 1, 2022||Quarterfinal||2pm||TSN4|
|Saturday, September 3, 2022||Semifinal||8am||TSN3|
|Saturday, September 3, 2022||Semifinal||Noon||TSN3|
|Sunday, September 4, 2022||Bronze Medal||9am||TSN1|
|Sunday, September 4, 2022||Gold Medal||1:30pm||TSN1/5|