It was Canada's first exhibition game ahead of the IIHF junior women's world championship, which begins Mar. 23 in Budapest. The Canadian squad will play another preliminary game, against a Hungarian team in Hungary on Friday, before the tournament officially gets underway.
Victoria Bach and Sarah Potomak had a goal and an assist apiece for Canada, while Eve-Audrey Picard also scored.
Shawna Griffin was the lone goal scorer for the Gaels, who were outshot 55-14.
Griffin opened the scoring at 2:05 of the first period to give Queen's an early 1-0 lead, but Canada replied with four unanswered goals — including three in the second period — to seal the victory.
Kassidy Sauve and Shea Tiley split time in net for Canada, while Caitlyn Cahonen started for the Gaels.