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Wildcats Win Game 1 of League Final, 2-0
Mar 16, 2019, 4:49 pm

Game 1 of the MFMHL League Championship is in the books as the Westman Wildcats defeated the Winnipeg Avros 2-0 on Saturday afternoon in Hartney.  Paige Hubbard scored the eventual winning goal with 11:16 remaining in the opening period and Jori Hansen-Young scored on the empty net to seal the deal with 36 seconds remaining in the game.  Natalie Williamson was solid in the Wildcats net, picking up the shutout.  Game 2 of the series goes on Monday night at 7:00 PM in Winnipeg at the Seven Oaks Arena.

1st Period

11:16 - Wildcats goal - Hubbard from Gervin and Hansen-Young

Shots - 10-8 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Avros - 2, Wildcats - 1

2nd Period

No scoring

Shots - 8-5 in favour of Westman

Penalties - 2 each

3rd Period

0:36 - Wildcats goal - Hansen-Young from Hubbard and O'Hara, empty net

Shots - 15-7 in favour of Winnipeg

Penalties - 1 each


Wildcats Win Game 3 to Sweep Semi-final Series
Mar 10, 2019, 5:06 pm

The Westman Wildcats needed a big 3rd period to clinch their second round series against the Winnipeg Ice on Sunday afternoon in Hartney.  The Wildcats held a 1-0 lead after the 1st period. The two teams were knotted up at 2-2 after the 2nd period.  The Wildcats exploded for 3 unanswered goals to put the game away 5-2 and win the series 3-0.  Natalie Williamson picked up the win in net.  The team now awaits the winner of the Winnipeg Avros and Yellowhead Chiefs series which is tied 1 game each with game 3 going this evening in Winnipeg.

1st Period

16:07 - Wildcats goal - Caswell from Laba

Shots - 11-6 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Westman - 2, Ice - 1

2nd Period

6:41 - Ice goal on the powerplay

4:38 - Wildcats goal - Rink from Page

0:07 - Ice goal on the powerplay

Shots - 12-11 in favour of Winnipeg

Penalties - Wildcats - 3, Ice - 1

3rd Period

13:42 - Wildcats goal - Hubbard from O'Hara

11:21 - Wildcats goal - Scraba from Hubbard

1:30 - Wildcats goal - O'Hara, unassisted

Shots - 9-7 in favour of Winnipeg

Penalties - Ice - 2


Wildcats Come From Behind to Win Game 2 in Overtime
Mar 9, 2019, 10:58 pm

The Westman Wildcats had to come from behind to win game 2 of the semi-final series in Winnipeg this afternoon.  The Wildcats gave up a powerplay goal midway through the first period before Paige Hubbard responded with a shorthanded effort to tie the game at 1-1. The Ice, however, would again take the lead on the same powerplay to make it 2-1 at the end of the 1st period.

The Wildcats would tie the game up 8 minutes into the 2nd period on their first powerplay opportunity of the night as Krissy Rink buried the rebound off a goal mouth scramble.  The game would stay tied through the remainder of the 2nd period and 3rd period, leading to overtime.   

The Wildcats would take a penalty in overtime but Charly Lindberg would force the referee to make a call against the Ice with a determined effort up the ice with the puck. The teams played a bit of 4 on 4 and just as the Wildcats went on the powerplay, Jori Hansen-Young picked off a puck at the blue line and skated into the slot and let rip a snap shot that beat the Ice goaltender high to the blocker side for the overtime winner with 50 seconds left in the frame.  Natalie Williamson picked up the win in net in relief of Jillian Szabo.

The two teams meet on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM in Hartney.

1st Period

11:43 - Ice goal on the powerplay

8:38 - Wildcats goal - Hubbard, shorthanded

7:13 - Ice goal on the powerplay

Shots - 16-9 in favour of the Ice

Penalties - Wildcats - 2

2nd Period

12:03 - Wildcats goal - Rink from Hansen-Young and O'Toole on the powerplay

Shots - 11-4 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Ice - 2

3rd Period

No scoring

Shots - 14-6 in favour of the Ice

Penalties - 1 each

OT 

0:55 - Wildcats goal - Hansen-Young from O'Toole

Shots - 4 each

Penalties - 1 each


Wildcats Win Game 1 Over Winnipeg Ice
Mar 6, 2019, 11:20 pm

The Westman Wildcats defeated the Winnipeg Ice 3-1 on Wednesday night in Hartney.  After a scoreless opening period the Wildcats scored the game's opening goal at the 13:56 mark of the 2nd period as Shaylee Scraba scored off a rebound.  The Ice would tie it up at the 9:33 mark of the 2nd period as a defensive zone giveaway led to an Ice shot that deflected off a Wildcats defender and changed direction into the open net.  The two teams would enter the 3rd period tied at 1-1.

The Wilcats would take the lead at the 16:46 mark of the 3rd period on the powerplay as Gilly Gervin buried a rebound at the side of the net.  They would add an empty netter by Jensen Shearer with 32 seconds remaining to ice.  Jillian Szabo picked up the victory in net for the Wildcats.  Game 2 goes Saturday afternoon at the IcePlex in Winnipeg at 4:15 PM.

1st Period

No scoring

Shots - 7-5 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Westman - 1

2nd Period

13:56 - Wildcats goal - Scraba from Hubbard

9:33 - Ice goal

Shots - 11-9 in favour of Winnipeg

Penalties - 1 each

3rd Period

16:46 - Wildcats goal - Gervin from Hansen-Young on the powerplay

0:32 - Wildcats goal - J. Shearer, unassisted into the empty net

Shots - 11-8 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Winnipeg - 2, Westman - 1


Wildcats Fall Again to Swift Current
Mar 3, 2019, 2:41 pm

Two late 3rd period goals sealed the deal today as the Swift Current Wildcats defeated the Westman Wildcats 5-1.  Jillian Szabo suffered the loss in net.  The Wildcats resume their playoff run with Game 1 of the league semi-final vs the Winnipeg Ice this Wednesday evening in Hartney at 7:30 PM.

1st Period

8:17 - Swift Current goal

4:47 - Swift Current goal

Shots - 11-8 in favour of Swift Current

Penalties - 0

2nd Period

No scoring

Shots - 12 -2 in favour of Swift Current

Penalties - Westman - 2, Swift Current - 1

3rd Period

18:04 - Swift Current goal

16:24 - Wildcats goal - Hansen-Young from Page and Scraba on the powerplay

4:44 - Swift Current goal

0:18 - Swift Current goal

Shots - 8-7 in favour of Westman

Penalties - Swift Current - 2


Wildcats Fall 6-3 to Swift Current in Exhibition Play
Mar 3, 2019, 9:33 am

The Westman Wildcats hosted the Swift Current Wildcats in Hartney on Saturday night.  The game was scoreless after a very fast, end to end opening period with both teams sharing chances.  Swift Current held a 2-1 lead after two periods and skated to an eventual 6-3 victory.  Jillian Szabo suffered the loss in net.  Both teams square off on Sunday at 11:00 AM in Hartney.

1st Period

No Scoring

Shots - 7-3 in favour of Swift Current

Penalties - 0

2nd Period

18:48 - Wildcats goal - Martin from Laba

6:12 - Swift Current goal 

0:42 - Swift Current goal

Shots - 11-8 in favour of Swift Current

Penalties - Swift - 1

3rd Period

16:16 - Swift Current goal

15:04 - Wildcats goal - Lindberg from Rink and O'Hara

10:06 - Swift Current goal on powerplay

7:47 - Wildcats goal - O'Hara from Peage on the powerplay

4:51 - Swift Current goal

0:51 - Swift Current goal into the empty net

Shots - 11 - 7 in favour of Swift Current

Penalties - Swift Current - 2, Westman - 1


U18 Team MB
Feb 20, 2019, 8:05 pm

Good luck to #5 Rachel O'Toole & #7 Paige Hubbard @2019CanadaGames in Red Deer, Alberta from your Wildcat teammates, coaches, family and fans! #wildcatpride #HerdOfUs


Congratulations Rachel for being selected to play in the 2019 NAHC
Feb 20, 2019, 7:55 pm

Rachel O'Toole will be a member of Team Manitoba competing at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) held in Whitehorse, Yukon May 6-14.  The Tournament is comprised of eight provincial and regional teams of elite female Aboriginal athletes, ages 15-18 years old.  The NAHC also aims to foster culture, unity and pride and has been held since 2002. This will be Rachels 4th year making team Manitoba, looking for their 3rd straight gold medal. 


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