The daughter of Calgary Flames icon and Hockey Hall-Of-Famer Jarome Iginla, Jade Iginla is stepping foot back on the ice for camp with Team Canada.  

Iginla made her debut with Canada on the international stage this past June and was one of 142 players invited to the BFL National Women’s Program selection camp set to take place from August 3-14 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park here in Calgary. 

The camp brings together the top talent which will compete for Canada’s National Women’s Team, Canada’s National Women’s Development Team, and Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team as a start to the 2022-23 season and a new four-year Olympic cycle the camp will run for 11 days.  

Iginla, finished with 28 points (18 goals, 10 assists) in 22 games with Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League. Made her debut for Canada at the 2022 IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Championship. Early in the tournament Hockey Canada announced Iginla would miss the tournament due to an upper-body injury sustained during a pre-tournament game against the United States. She would return in the quarterfinal and help lead Canada to gold, with three points (one goal, two assists) in three games.  

Jade Iginla isn’t the only Iginla that is making Hockey Canada’s development camps though.  

Tij Iginla, Jarome’s son, recently also experienced the camp after participating in Hockey Canada’s National Under-17 Development Camp in Calgary in June.   

He was picked in the first round (No. 9) of the 2021 WHL Prospects Draft by the Seattle Thunderbirds in December. 

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