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Wildcats Win in OT vs Eastman
Oct 8, 2017, 5:38 pm

The Westman Wildcats hosted the Eastman Selects in the 2nd game of their weekend series this afternoon in Hartney.  The two teams came out of the gate with tremendous pace and they both pushed to score the opening goal.  The Wildcats would lose a little momentum as they took 3 minor penalties which resulted in them playing on their heels a bit as they struggled to regain their composure.  The period would end 0-0.  The Wildcats outshot Eastman 6-4.

In the 2nd period, the Wildcats would again get into penalty trouble, allowing the Selects to take over the game territorially.  Eastman would get on the board at the 10:36 mark of the period to make it 1-0.  They would stretch the lead the 2-0 with 4:15 remaining in the period on the powerplay.  The period would end 2-0 for Eastman.  The Wildcats took 4 of 6 minor penalties. Eastman outshot the Wildcats 10-8 in the period.

The Wildcats came out in the 3rd period having to kill another minor penalty.  They finally got on the board at the 14:57 mark as Aly O'Hara scored off a goal mouth scramble on the powerplay. Cammy Clyne picked up the lone assist.  The Selects would respond with a goal of their own 26 seconds later to restore the 2 goal lead. A goaltender change by the Wildcats sparked some increased desperation as they continued to fight to generate chances.  They were finally rewarded with 5:51 remaining as a Tori Williams shot found its way into the net.  Paige Hubbard would tie it up at the 2:32 mark with a great individual effort on a wraparound to make it 3-3.  The Wildcats picked up a late penalty to make things interesting but some good penalty kill work killed off the remaining time in regulation.  Each team picked up a minor penalty in the 3rd period and the Wildcats outshot Eastman 12-4.  

Cue overtime.  The Wildcats would have to kill off the remainder of the penalty but actually controlled the play on the 4 on 3 advantage.  At the end of the kill, Tori Williams would pick up the puck in the neutral zone and turn up ice, split the Eastman defense and bury a shot to the top blocker side to lead the Wildcats to the comeback victory.  

The Wildcats head on the road next weekend with games against Pembina Valley and Interlake.  

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. 

Hartney Home Opener on Jamboree Day - Wildcats vs Eastman
Oct 7, 2017, 11:04 pm

After a full day of hosting over 50 young female players from the Westman area the Westman Wildcats hosted the Eastman Selects Saturday night in Hartney and skated to a 4-2 victory.  The Wildcats also wore their Pink Cancer Care Jerseys tonight to support Cancer Care month.  

Aly O'Hara got the Wildcats on the board at the 13:33 mark of the opening period as she buried a short from the right dot.  Tori Williams and Cammy Clyne picked up the assists on the play.  The Selects would tie it up on the powerplay just under 3 minutes later with a shot from the point.  The Wildcats would regain the lead with 3:27 remaining when Gilly Gervin buried a rebound off a Kailey Thompson shot.  Jori Hansen-Young picked up the other assist on the play.  The period ended 2-1.  Shots on goal were 7-4 in favor of Westman.  Each team picked up a minor penalty.

The Wildcats would come out hard to begin the 2nd period as they seemed to find their legs. Eastman pushed back, however, and hemmed the Wildcats in for a couple of long stretches.  It was the Wildcats though who would get the next goal on the powerplay with 6:02 remaining as Tori Williams drove into the crease, got a shot on net and collected her own rebound to make it 3-1.  Jessica Walker and Aly O'Hara picked up the assists on the play.  The period would end 3-1 for Westman.  Shots were 7-4 in favor of Eastman. Eastman picked up the lone penalty of the period.

The Wildcats came out with good energy and carried the play in 3rd period.  They would stretch the lead to 4-1 as Cammy Clyne buried a wrist shot high to the glove side.  Calista Green picked up the lone assist on the goal. Eastman would score a late goal with 1:05 remaining to make it 4-2 off a deflected shot from the point.  Shots on goal in the 3rd period were 10-7 in favor of Westman. The Wildcats took 2 of 3 minor penalties.

Jenna Marshall picked up the win in net.  The final shots on net were 21-18 in favor of Westman.

A huge kudos goes out the the parent organizers of the Jamboree and the Cancer Care event, with special thanks to our managers, Krista Clyne and Bree O'Hara.

The two teams will face off again at 2:00 PM on Sunday in Hartney.  

Oct 7, 2017, 8:58 am

Wildcats host their annual Wildcats Jamboree today, in conjunction with World Girls Hockey Weekend.  @HockeyCAnada #WHIHG

We will also be raising funds and awareness for CancerCAre Manitoba today, with draws and 50/50.  Gift Baskets have been donated by Boundary Co-op and Heritage Co-op.


Williams Named To Team Manitoba
Oct 4, 2017, 7:45 am


 The Westman Wildcats would like to extend its congratulations to Tori Williams on her selection to the Team Manitoba roster for the National U18 Championships in Quebec City in November. 

Williams is a gr. 12 student from Souris, MB.  Great job, Tori. 

From the files of Hockey Manitoba:



Winnipeg, MB - Hockey Manitoba is pleased to announce the 2017 U18 Team Manitoba roster for the U18 Women's National Championship taking place  November 1 - 5 in Quebec City, Quebec.  This tournament includes eight (8) provincial and regional teams, including Alberta, Atlantic, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario Blue, Ontario Red, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

2017 U-18 POE - Team Manitoba Roster

Highlighting the roster are 3 returning players from the 2016 U18 Team Manitoba, Ashley McFadden (St. Mary's Academy), Sarah Dennehy (St. Mary's Academy) and Olivia Cvar (Balmoral Hall).  Team Manitoba also features two goaltenders (Halle Oswald and Logan Angers) who were invited to the 2017 U18 Women's National Team Selection Camp in Calgary with Halle Oswald being selected as one of the goaltenders for U18 Team Canada.  This year's roster sees a split of 11 players from the various sports schools and 9 from the Midget AAA league (MFMHL)

This year's U18 Team Manitoba will be led by Head Coach Ashley Van Aggelen of the Winnipeg Avros (MFMHL).  Ashley was most recently the head coach of the U18 Team Manitoba at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC.  Assisting Ashley will be Chris McColm of Eastman, Eugene Kaminsky and Gord Woodhall of Winnipeg.  Chris McColm returns as an assistant coach after having served in that capacity with the 2016 Team Manitoba in Regina.  2017 will be the first tenure as an assistant coach for Eugene Kaminsky with Team Manitoba after having participated as a coach at various selection camps over the years.  Gord Woodhall is returning as goaltending coach for 2017 and will also be taking on the role of video coach at the tournament.

The roster for Team Manitoba was determined through a selection process which included a Spring Camp (68 athletes), a Top-40 Camp (40 athletes) and concluded with a Summer Prep. Camp and the Bison Exhibition Series (27 athletes).

Wildcats Regular Season Gets Underway with Win over Interlake
Oct 2, 2017, 8:07 am

Tori Williams had 2 goals and an assist to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 6-0 victory over the Interlake Lightning on Sunday afternoon in Brandon in front of a good crowd at the Sportsplex.  

Williams got the Wildcats on the board at the 15:53 mark of the opening period off a shot from the point.  Gilly Gervin picked the lone assist on the goal.  The Wildcats would stretch the lead to 2-0 as Ashley Seekings scored from the point on the powerplay at the 13:43 mark with Williams picking up the assist. Williams was back at it again as she scored on another shot from the point at the 8:17 mark with the assists going to Calista Green and Haley Wickham.  Jori Hansen-Young would extend the lead to 4-0 on the powerplay with her first of her career.  Jessica Walker and Shaylee Scraba each picked up an assist.  Shots on goal in the period were 10-4 in favor of Westman.  Each team picked up 2 minor penalties.

The 2nd period saw the Lightning come out with more intensity and the Wildcats took awhile to match it.  Eventually, with 42 seconds left in the period, Gilly Gervin finished off a nice scoring play from Kailey Thompson.  Westman outshot Interlake 8-6 in the period and took 2 of 3 minor penalties.

The Wildcats took control of play in the 3rd period again with a renewed work ethic and Paige Hubbard was awarded on the powerplay with assists going to Haley Wickham and Jessica Walker.  The Wildcats again outshot the Lightning 8-6 and took 2 of 3 minor penalties.

Kaitie Slator picked up the shutout victory in net.

The girls next action will be this Saturday and Sunday when they host the Eastman Selects in Hartney.  Game time is 7:30 PM on Saturday and 2:00 PM on Sunday.

Wildcats vs Team Manitoba U16
Sep 24, 2017, 7:12 pm

The Westman Wildcats finished the Central Plains Showcase with a superb effort Sunday afternoon in Portage but unfortunately fell 2-0 to Team Manitoba. The game was the girls 4th of the weekend but you wouldn't know it based on the pace of play and the intensity of action. 

Team Manitoba scored at the 17:44 mark of the opening period and again with 4 minutes remaining in the 2nd period. Overall, shots on net were 37-26 in favour of Team Manitoba. The Wildcats took 4 of 10 minor penalties.

Jenna Marshall was solid in the Wildcats net. 


Clyne commits to University of Regina
Sep 24, 2017, 1:31 am


The Westman Wildcats would like to extend its congratulations to Camryn Clyne, a 3rd year Wildcat from Boissevain, MB, who has committed to attend school at, and play hockey with, the University of Regina Cougars in the fall of 2018.  She plans to pursue a Nursing degree.

 Cammy is an assistant-captain with the Wildcats this year. In 22 league games last year she had 5 goals, 7 assists for 12 points. Overall, in 49 games last season, Cammy scored 10 goals and added 14 assist for 24 points. So far this season, in 5 games Cammy has 2 goals. Overall, during her Wildcats career, Cammy has played in 111 games and recorded 19 goals and 27 assists.

From Coach Hodges of the Regina Cougars, “I think Cammy’s speed and intelligence will allow her to transition quickly to the Canada West level.  We work really hard to try to find great people for our program, and I feel that Cammy is a great fit for our program and our school and will represent the U of R with pride.”

The University of Regina is a member of the Canada West Conference of the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport). The University of Regina is public research university located in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is composed of 10 faculties and  one school that offer a variety of programs at the certificate, diploma, undergraduate and graduate degree levels. More than 12,000 students are currently enrolled. 




Wildcats vs Winnipeg Avros
Sep 23, 2017, 7:38 pm

The Wildcats were back in action at 2:45 PM today in Portage facing the Winnipeg Avros.  The two teams played to a scoreless opening period with the Avros outshooting Westman 9-5 But with Westman getting the majority of the quality chances.  The Avros took 2 minor penalties.  

In the 2nd period the Avros got onto the scoreboard at the 14:49 mark after a Wildcats giveaway led to a partial breakaway for the Avros player.  The Avros pushed hard for the remainder of the period and carried the play to the Wildcats.  Shots on goal in the period were 12-8 in favour of Winnipeg.  Each team took a minor penalty.  

The Wildcats returned to the ice in the 3rd period with a renewed sense of intensity.  Their hard work paid off when Kailey Thomspon scored at the 16:36 mark on a backhand to tie the game.  Calista Green received the lone assist.  The Wildcats would take the lead at the 9:04 mark on the powerplay when Gilly Gervin buried a low shot.  Paige Hubbard and Charlie Lindberg picked up the assists. Cammy Clyne put the game out of reach with 1:47 to play, assisted by Paige Hubbard and Aly O'Hara.

Shots on goal in the 3rd period were 7-6 in favour of the Avros.  The Avros took 2 of 3 minor penalties. 

Kaitie Slator picked up the win in net. 

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