Kamloops chalked up another major tournament on Wednesday.
Hockey Canada designated the city as host of the 2014 Four Nations Cup of the Women's International Hockey Tournament.
The round-robin tournament is comprised of four teams representing Canada, the U.S., Sweden and Finland.
Eight games are tentatively scheduled for Nov. 3-9, 2014, at Interior Savings Centre. It will be the first time the teams meet on ice following the Sochi Olympic Winter Games in February 2014.
After the Olympics and the IIHF World Women's Hockey Championship, the Four Nations Cup is considered the third most prominent event in women's hockey.
"An event of this magnitude will bring international attention to Kamloops yet again," Mayor Peter Milobar said in a news release.