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Wildcats vs Norman - Oct 31
Nov 1, 2014, 8:42 am

Jaycee Magwood had a goal and an assist to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 3-1 victory over the Norman Wild last night in The Pas.

Jaedon Cooke got the Wildcats on the board early in the 1st on a breakaway with assists going to Magwood and Crowe.  Shots on goal in the period were 16-13 in favour of Westman.  

In the 2nd period KJ Wallace scored on a tight angle shot to extend the lead to 2-0. Shots on goal in the 2nd period were 24-7 in favour of Westman. 

The Wildcats continued their hard push in the 3rd and Magwood, after hitting the crossbar, was finally rewarded with a tip-in goal off a point shot from Tori Williams to extend the lead to 3-0. The Wild would finally put one behind Marshall with 2 minutes remaining off a defensive zone Faceoff battle.  Shots on goal in the 3rd were 16-5 in favour of Westman.

Final shots on net were 56-25 in favour of Westman.  Jenna Marshall earned the victory in net.

The two teams play again tonight at 7:30 PM and Sunday morning at 10:30 AM. 



Wildcats vs Eastman
Oct 26, 2014, 4:22 pm

Jenna Marshall stopped all 18 shots she faced on Sunday, including her 2nd penalty shot of the week, to record back-to-back shutouts at home and lead the Wildcats to a 6-0 victory over the Eastman Selects.

Six different shooters recorded goals as KJ Wallace, Ashton Bell, Kenzie Robinson, Jaedon Cooke, Missy Hunt, and Jossa Danis each scored.  Jaycee Magwood had 3 assists, with Courtney Ganske, Jaedon Cooke, Kenzie Robinson, Katie Crowe, Ashton Bell and Brianna Williams each picking up singles.

Period scores were 1-0, 3-0, 6-0.

Westman had 39 shots on net.

The Wildcats travel to The Pas this weekend for a 3 game series versus the Norman Wild.

Wildcats vs Central Plains
Oct 25, 2014, 8:19 am

The Wildcats hosted Central Plains on Friday night in Hartney.

Ashton Bell got the Wildcats on the board early with an unassisted goal 55 seconds into the game.

Jossa Danis made it a 2-0 lead midway through the period with a nice tip-in on the power play.  Courtney Ganske and Ashton Bell picked up the assists on the play.  Shots on goal in the period were 11-2 in favour of Westman.

In the 2nd period, the Wildcats got into some penalty trouble having to kill off 3 minors but that did not stop the scoring as Kenzie Robinson scored a beautiful unassisted goal to stretch the lead to 3-0.  Shots on goal in the period were 7-3 in favour of Central Plains.

The 3rd period was more of the same for Westman who had to kill off 4 more minors en route to a 3-0 shutout victory.  Shots on goal in the 3rd period were 9-2 in favour of Central Plains.

Final shots on net were 18-16 in favour of Central Plains.

Jenna Marshall was solid in the Wildcats net, controlling rebounds and settling down the play on the numerous penalties the Wildcats were forced to kill.

The Wildcats next game is this Sunday, Oct. 26th, at 2:00 PM in Hartney vs. Eastman.

Wildcats vs Yellowhead
Oct 23, 2014, 12:05 pm

Game Result - Yellowhead defeats Westman 4-2.

1st Period - 0-0 score

Shots on net - 8-7 in favour of Westman

2nd Period - 2-0 Westman

Goal - Jaedon Cooke, assisted by Courtney Ganske

Goal - Jaycee Magwood, assisted by Kenzie Robinson

Shots on net - 11-7 Westman in favour of Westman

3rd Period

Yellowhead scored 4 unanswered goals

Final Score - 4-2 Yellowhead

Shots on net - 27 - 26 in favour of Westman

Wildcats vs St. Mary's
Oct 23, 2014, 11:51 am

Game Results 

4-2 victory for St. Mary's.

Period Scores:

1st Period: 3-1 for St. Mary's

Wildcats Goal - Magwood, assisted by Danis

St. Mary's scored 2 even strength goal and 1 powerplay goal

2nd Period: 3-2 for St. Mary's

Wildcats Goal - Danis, assisted by Magwood and Ganske

3rd Period and final score: 4-2 for St. Mary's

St. Mary's scored a powerplay goal.

Shots on goal: 30-22 in favour of St. Mary's

Jenna Marshall suffered the loss.

MFMHL Player of the Week ---- Congrats Courtney!
Oct 17, 2014, 8:12 am


Week 2 ending October 5, 2014

Defense Courtney Ganske of the Westman Wildcats is the Selkirk Source for Sports-Reebok MFMHL Player of the Week. Ganske a Grade 11 student from Killarney, MB. playing in her 4th year in the MFMHL was a significant impact player for the Wildcats in their weekend sweep of the Winnipeg Avros.  Ganske had 5 assists on the weekend, 3 in their 4-2 Saturday win before adding 2 more on Sunday in a 3-2 victory.  Ganske who assisted on 5 of the Wildcats 7 goals was also solid on defense playing against the Avros top line and acting as a mentor to her younger teammates in helping the Wildcats jump into 1st place in the league standings. 
Congrats Courtney!

Wildcats Jamboree Receives International Attention
Oct 15, 2014, 7:04 am

Big turnout in Hartney

It’s a girls’ game too in Westman, Manitoba

12.10.2014 (from the IIHF website)




HARTNEY, Canada – It seems only fitting that the Westman Wildcats hosted such a successful event as part of the World Girls’ Ice Hockey Weekend on Saturday.

After all, the team based out of Hartney representing the Westman South region in Southwestern Manitoba, is a premier destination for girls across the region to play elite-level hockey, led by the Wildcats’ Midget AAA squad that won the Esso Cup Canadian national championship back in 2009.

Saturday’s festivities drew a huge turnout, as 77 girls participated in the Wildcats’ Jamboree, as they call it, with the AAA Midget team girls serving as instructors and role models to the younger girls, aged 4-12, that attended.

“They did on-ice sessions with each group,” explained Wildcats manager Penny Hunt. “We had the 9-12 year-olds in the first group and the 4-8 year-olds in the second, and we went on and did some ice skills, and once they were done with that, they went over and did some dryland training, games and whatnot.”

With both the Wildcats’ Bantams and Midget teams playing Saturday night at the Hartney Community Rink, all of the girls attending the session remained for the double-header of games.

The Bantam AAA team played Yellowhead, and then the Midget AAA squad faced off against the Winnipeg Avros in their home opener of the Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League, the top AAA girls’ league in the province.

“Then we fed them all a pre-game meal, because our Westman girls played our home opener, and the girls stuck around to watch that game, and they got a t-shirt for participating,” Hunt said. “Our girls signed their shirts, our coaches talked to the girls, letting them know what our program is like, just so they know that there is somewhere for them to play when they get older, and that they can keep growing with their game.”

With the Wildcats representing a tangible goal to shoot for, a possible glimpse into an achievable future, for when they reach the Bantam and Midget age groups, many of the younger girls, the majority of whom already play hockey, were inspired to keep working hard in the sport.

“Some of them are first-time (hockey players), some are former figure skaters that just started to switch over to hockey, and there are quite a few of them that have been playing hockey already and that have been playing mostly with boys,” Hunt said of the 77 girls attending the Jamboree, “so this way they know that there are girls hockey teams around and that they can play on girls’ hockey teams eventually.”

The players on the midget and bantam Wildcats also helped with the promotion of the event, trying to recruit as many girls as possible to participate, and clearly, their efforts paid off by attracting a nice turnout.

“We put posters up,” Hunt said of how the Wildcats got the word out about the Jamboree. “Each girl from our teams took a poster, and there from all over the Westman South area, so they took their posters and covered the area. And of course, it’s also word of mouth, and it was posted on our website.”

Overall, it was a good day for girls’ hockey in Hartney.

JOHN TRANCHINA (from the IIHF website)

Wildcats vs Winnipeg Avros - Oct. 12/14
Oct 12, 2014, 4:43 pm

The Wildcats hosted the Avros for the 2nd time this weekend.  

Both teams played a high tempo, scoreless 1st period. Each goalie was forced to make 8 saves apiece.

The Wildcats got on the board first on a power play goal from Jaycee Magwood.  Assists on the play went to Ashton Bell and Courtney Ganske.  Jossa Danis pushed the lead to 2-0 on a breakaway with Ashton Bell picking up the lone assist on the play.  The Wildcats pushed hard to stretch the lead to 3 but Anna Kulas made several key saves for the Avros.  The Avros clawed back to make it 2-1 late in the period on a 2 on 1 rush.  Shots on goal in the period were 12-6 in favour of Westman.  

The 3rd period saw the Wildcats push the pace of the game and control puck possession, but the Avros managed to score a power play goal on a 4 minute man advantage to tie the game. The Wildcats did not wither and continued to press.  They were rewarded with 3:25 to play at the conclusion of a power play when Missy Hunt scored on a wrist shot from the point.  Ashton Bell and Courtney Ganske picked up the assists.  

That was how the game would end with a 3-2 Wildcats victory.  Shots on goal in the 3rd period were 22-6 in favour of Westman.

Final shots on net were 42-20 in favour of Westman.

Michelle Kerdes picked up the win in net for the Wildcats.


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