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Wildcats vs Edmonton
Dec 28, 2015, 12:18 am

Kenzie Robinson scored the only goal of the game eight minutes into the 1st period on the powerplay to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 1-0 victory over the Edmonton Thunder.  Kaitie Slator picked up the shutout, stopping all 16 shots she faced.

1st Period

12:00 - Wildcats goal - Robinson from O'Hara and Crowe - Powerplay

Penalties - Edmonton - 4, Westman - 3

Shots - 11-7 Westman

2nd Period

No scoring

Penalties - Edmonton - 2

Shots - 9-5 Westman

3rd Period

No scoring

Penalties - Edmonton - 2, Westman - 1

Shots - 8-4 Westman

The Wildcats face Sherwood Park Fury on Monday at 5:00 PM.


Wildcats vs Kootenay - Game 1 at Mac's
Dec 26, 2015, 11:01 pm

Jaedon Cooke and Aly O'Hara each scored two goals to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 6-1 victory over the Kootenay Wild this afternoon in Calgary at the Mac's Tournament.

1st Period

15:06 - Wildcats goal - Cooke, assisted by Walker

Penalties - 3 each

Shots - Westman - 5, Kootenay - 4

2nd Period

19:21 - Wildcats goal - Cooke, assisted by Vallotton

13:36 - Wildcats goal - Robinson, assisted by Vallotton

3:47 - Wildcats goal - O'Hara, assisted by Cooke

3:28 - Kootenay goal

2:27 - Wildcats goal - O'Hara, assisted by Ganske and Seekings

1:15 - Wildcats goal - Clyne, assisted by T. Williams and Vallotton

Penalties - 2 each

Shots - 17-5 Westman

3rd Period

Penalties - 3-2 Kootenay

Shots - 9-7 - Kootenay

Jenna Marshall picked up the victory in net.

Final shots were 29-18 Westman.

Westman's next action is Sunday night at 7:30 PM when they face the Edmonton Thunder.

 


Wildcats vs Avros
Dec 19, 2015, 11:30 pm

The Wildcats defeated the Winnipeg Avros this afternoon in Winnipeg 6-1.  Ashton Bell and Jaedon Cooke each had two goals.  Katie Crowe and Camryn Clyne picked up one each.

1st Period

6:44 - Goal - Westman - Bell unassisted - shorthanded

Penalties - Westman 2 - Avros - 1

Shots - Avros 8 - Westman 7

2nd Period

18:05 - Goal - Crowe assisted by Ganske - powerplay

12:38 - Goal - Clyne assisted by Seekings and Bell - even strength

Penalties - Westman 4 - Avros 3

Shots - Westman 9 - Avros 5

3rd Period

17:39 - Goal - Bell assisted by Ganske and Slator - powerplay

13:02 - Goal - Cooke assisted by Vallotton - even strength

12:52 - Avros Goal

4:32 - Goal - Cooke assisted by Seekings

Penalties - Westman 5- Avros 4

Shots - Westman 11 - Avros 9

Final Shots - 27-22 Westman

Kaitie Slator picked up the win in net.


Wildcats vs Pembina Valley
Dec 19, 2015, 10:37 am

The Wildcats traveled to Morden on Friday night to face the Pembina Valley Hawks.  Westman again suffered the consequences of another slow start and fell 3-2 to the Hawks behind a strong goaltending performance from Taylor Reimer.

1st Period

12:33 - Goal - PV - even strength

5:43 - Goal - PV - even strength

Shots - 14 - 10 for PV

Penalties - 2 apiece

2nd Period

14:34 - Goal - Westman - Bell, unassisted - even strength

11:23 - Goal - PV - even strength

9:48 - Goal - Westman - Bell, assisted by Robinson - even strength

Shots - 9-8 for PV

Penalties - 1 apiece

3rd Period

No Scoring

Shots - 11-3 for Westman

Penalties - PV 3, Westman 2

Final Shots - 29 - 26 in favour of Westman

Jenna Marshall suffered the loss

The Wildcats finish up league play before Christmas today at 4:45 PM in Winnipeg when they face the Avros at Keith Bodley.

 


Alumni Skate
Dec 15, 2015, 11:17 pm

The Wildcat program rings in the Xmas holidays with the help of their alumni.  The wildcats will once again host their annual Wildcats Alumni vs Westman Wildcats game.

Hartney Arena

Tuesday, December 22nd

7:30pm - 9:30pm

Whether you are still actively playing the game or not we hope you are able to join us.  With many of the Alumni returning from their university/college teams for the holidays it is a good way to get old and new together to catch up on everyone's activities from the first half of the season or for the opportunity to reconnect with some of those old teammates/coaches you have not seen for years.  We hope you are able to join us on December 22.  We have tried to connect with all former Wildcats but please pass this on as we do not have all addresses for former wildcat players.  If you could let us know if you will be attending and what you have been doing since graduating that would be appreciated. 

You can respond to me at atbell2000@yahoo.ca

Hope to see you at the rink on December 22nd. 


Wildcats lose 4-3 in the Final at Notre Dame - Mandi Schwartz Tournament
Dec 13, 2015, 6:48 pm

The Westman Wildcats couldn't rebound from a slow start and fell 4-3 in the tournament finale in Wilcox.

1st Period

13:34 - Goal - ND - powerplay

13:04 - Goal - ND - even strength

0:33 - Goal - ND - even strength

Shots - 13 - 4 for ND

Penalties - 3 for Westman

2nd Period

15:13 - Goal - Westman - Wickham, assisted by Ganske and Bell - even strength

6:00 - Goal - Westman - Ganske, assisted by Bell and Crowe - powerplay

Shots - 8-7 for ND

Penalties - Westman 2 and ND 3

3rd Period

18:23 - Goal - ND - even strength

12:38 - Goal - Westman - Vallotton, assisted by Ganske

Shots - 9-4 for ND

Penalties - 3 apiece

Final Shots - 30- 15 in favour of ND

Kaitie Slator suffered the loss.


Wildcats off to the Finals
Dec 12, 2015, 7:58 pm

The Westman Wildcats defeated Calgary Edge 4-1 this afternoon in Wilcox. 

 
The Wildcats fell behind 36 seconds into the game as a tough backhander beat the Wildcats tender.  The Wildcats managed to withstand a flurry of activity over the next 10 minutes before they got their feet under them and started to push back.  Finally, Ashton Bell buried a wrist shot over the opposition goalie's glove hand on a two on two rush.  Courtney Ganske picked up the lone assist.  The period ended 1-1. Each team was assessed a minor penalty in the period. Westman outshot the Edge 10-9.  
 
The Wildcats began the 2nd period on the powerplay and Courtney Ganske buried a rebound in the slot to take a 2-1 lead.  Mackenzie Roach and Tori Williams picked up assists on the goal.  The lead gave the Wildcats some jump and they pushed the play for a number of minutes. Calgary got some momentum back on a pair of power plays of their own but it was Ashton Bell with the finish, scoring her second of the game off a rebound with two minutes remaining in the period.  Haley Wickham picked up the lone assist.   Westman was assessed two minor penalties and the Edge received one.  The Wildcats outshot the Edge 11-8 in the period.  
 
In the 3rd period the Wildcats withstood an early push but a giveaway by an Edge defenseman caused by a hard forecheck resulted in a goal by Mckenzie Meek.  Jaedon Cooke picked up the lone assist.  The Wildcats stymied the Edge for the remainder of the period, blocking shots and making simple, unselfish plays.  The Edge took the lone minor penalty.  Calgary outshot Westman 9-5 in the period.
 
Final shots in the game were 26 apiece.
 
Jenna Marshall was solid in net, pitching a shutout after allowing the early goal.
 
Westman faces Notre Dame Junior Hounds (who defeated the Central Plains Caps , 3-2 in OT) in the final at 3:15 PM tomorrow in Wilcox.  

Wildcats vs Saskatoon
Dec 11, 2015, 11:49 pm

The Wildcats faced off against the Saskatoon Stars with the winner clinching 1st place in Pool C at the Mandi Schwartz Tournament at Notre Dame/Wilcox Saskatchewan.  It was an incredibly fast and intense game from the opening face off.  Unfortunately, some inconsistent refereeing did not allow the game to establish a consistent flow.  It did, however, create plenty of exciting powerplay opportunities for both teams through the first two periods.  Westman received 5 minor penalties in the 1st period and the Stars received 3.  In the 2nd period, the Stars received 5 penalties to the Wildcats 1.  Neither team could bury on on the odd man advantage though as both goaltenders were very solid throughout and the game entered the 3rd period scoreless.  

 
The 3rd period was a back and forth affair with both teams trading chances.  With just over 4 minutes to play Ashton Bell picked off an errant pass and quickly set up Courtney Ganske in the low slot.  Ganske, who was moved to forward at the beginning of the period due to an injury, out-waited the goaltender and buried a shot under the bar to take the lead 1-0. Jaedon Cooke would and an empty netter with 8 seconds remaining to seal the deal.  Saskatoon took 2 minors in the period and the Wildcats took 1.  
 
Final shots on net were 33-28 for the Wildcats.  
 
Kaitie Slator picked up the shutout victory in net.  
 
The Wildcats play in the semi-final on Saturday at 3:45 PM in Wilcox.  Opponent to be determined.

 


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