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Wildcats vs Norman - Playoffs game #3
Feb 23, 2014, 2:10 pm

The Wildcats defeated Norman 3-1 on Sunday morning to sweep their first round series vs the resilient Wild.

The Wildcats outshot the Wild 9-3 in. Scoreless 1st period.

It wasn't until 3:53 remaining in the 2nd period that the Wildcats got on the board. Jossa Danis chipped a puck free in the neutral zone and buried a wrist shot high blocker side to make the score 1-0 entering the 3rd period. Shots in the 2nd period were 15-8 in favour of Westman. In the 3rd period Norman scored their 1st goal of the weekend on a rebound to tie the game 1-1. Jaycee Magwood responded a couple of shifts later for the Wildcats, however, on a beautiful individual effort to restore the one goal lead. Assists on the play went to Gina Williams and Megan Robertson. Magwood sealed the deal with 23 seconds remaining into an open net. Ashton Bell picked up the line assist. Shots on goal were 12-6 in favour of Westman.

Sky Brown picked up the victory for the Wildcats. Final shots on net were 36-17 in favour of Westman


Wildcats vs Norman - Playoffs Game #2
Feb 22, 2014, 10:22 pm

The Wildcats defeated the Norman Wild 3-0 in game #2 of their first round playoff series this afternoon in Hartney.

The Wildcats first goal came midway through the 1st period on a shot from Jaycee Magwood, assisted by Ashton Bell. Shots on goal in the period were 20-3 in favour of Westman.

In the 2nd period the Wildcats broke the game wide open with two more goals in the first half of the period. Ashton Bell scored at the 16:56 mark, with the assist going to Jaycee Magwood and Megan Robertson. Missy Hunt made it 3-0 at 15:33 of the 2nd period. The lone assist on that goal went to Jossa Danis. The Wildcats outshot Norman 11-8 in the period.

The 3rd period was scoreless. The Wildcats outshot Norman 8-5 in the period.

Sky Brown picked up her 2nd consecutive shutout victory in net. Final shots on goal were 39-16 in favour of the Wildcats.

Game 3 is tomorrow morning at 11:00 AM in Hartney.


Wildcats vs Norman - Playoffs Game #1
Feb 21, 2014, 10:58 pm

The Wildcats defeated the Norman Wild 4-0 in game #1 of their first round playoff series tonight in Hartney.

The Wildcats scored two goals late in the 1st period. The first came at 4:49 on the powerplay as KJ Wallace buried a rebound. Assists on the goal went to Kenzie Robinson and Gina Williams. Jaycee Magwood made it a 2-0 lead at 1:25 of the 1st with Ashton Bell and Megan Robertson drawing the assists. Shots on goal in the period were 10-10.

The 2nd period was scoreless as the Wildcats outshot Norman 16-9.

Norman began the 3rd period on the powerplay but it was Jenna Patterson for the Wildcats who scored on a shorthanded breakaway at 19:38 to make it 3-0. Gina Williams picked up the lone assist. Ashton Bell scored at the 7:50 mark to make it 4-0 with assists going to Jaycee Magwood and Megan Robertson. Shots in the 3rd were 11-8 in favour of the Wildcats.

Sky Brown picked up the shutout victory in net. Final shots on goal were 37-27 in favour of the Wildcats.

Game 2 is tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 PM in Hartney.


Wildcats Tournament Results
Feb 15, 2014, 5:31 pm

Friday

Game 1 - Swift Current - 5 vs Norman - 1 (Dayna Winzer with 2 goals for SC)
Game 2 - Yellowhead - 6 vs ACC - 0 (Tatum Amy with 2 goals for YH)
Game 3 - Central Plains - 3 vs Norman - 3 (Courtlyn Oswald with 2 goals for CP)

Saturday

Game 4 - Westman - 5 vs Norman - 4 (Kenzie Robinson with a hat trick for WM)
Game 5 - Yellowhead - 4 vs Swift Current - 0 (Jordyn Tibbatts with a goal and an assist for YH)
Game 6 - ACC - 7 vs Norman - 3 (Brittany Phillips with a hat trick for ACC)
Game 7 - CP - 2 vs Swift Current - 0

Game 8 - Westman - 4 vs YH - 3 (Jaycee Magwood with 2 goals, 2 assists for WM)

Game 9 - ACC - 2 vs CP - 3 ( Kristin Nickel with 1 goal, 1 assist for ACC)

Game 10 - Westman - 2 vs Swift Current - 2 (Melissa Hunt with 2 goals for WM)

 

Progressive 50/50  from the tournament was $192.50 and it was won by Mark Hunt.


Wildcats vs Central Plains
Feb 9, 2014, 5:59 pm

The Wildcats hosted the Central Plains Capitals in their final regular season game of the season. It was a very physical game from the opening faceoff. The Capitals jumped out to a 1-0 lead 6 minutes into game off a screened point shot on the powerplay. That was the only scoring in the period. Shots on goal were 8-6 in favour of Central Plains.

In the 2nd period, Jossa Danis tied the game up with a nice wrist shot top shelf, glove side. Keisha Robertson was given the lone assist. Shots in the period were 6-6.

In the 3rd period the Wildcats took the lead off a wrist shot from Jaycee Magwood, assisted by Megan Robertson and Katie Crowe. The Wildcats were assessed three minor penalties in the period that they successfully killed off. Shots on goal in the period were 11-7 in favour of Central Plains.

Final score, 2-1. Sky Brown picked up the win in net. Shots on net were 25-19 in favour of Central Plains. The Wildcats were assessed 7 minor penalties to the Capitals 2.


Wildcats vs Winnipeg Ice
Feb 9, 2014, 5:34 pm

The Westman Wildcats hosted the Winnipeg Ice on Saturday afternoon in Hartney. The Wildcats were coming off a hard fought victory over the Winnipeg Avros the night before and the Ice certainly looked to be the fresher team as they jumped out to an early 1-0 on a powerplay goal. The Wildcats were able tie it up midway through the period on a powerplay goal of their own off a tip in from Kenzie Robinson, assisted by Missy Hunt and Courtney Ganske. Shots on goal in the period were 7-6 in favour of the Ice.

In the 2nd period the Ice continued with their physical play and jump out to a 3-1 lead on two even strength goals. The Wildcats managed to score on the powerplay again to make it a one goal game. This time it was Jaycee Magwood with the tip, assisted by Missy Hunt and Megan Robertson. Shots on goal in the 2nd period were 11-8 in favour of the Ice.

In the 3rd period the Wildcats finally got their game together and made a strong push to tie the game, outshooting the Ice 18-1. Unfortunately, the Ice goaltender stood tall in net and it was the Ice who scored an empty net goal to secure the victory.

Amber Tilbury suffered the loss in net. Final shots were 32-19 in favour of Westman.


Wildcats vs the Winnipeg Avros
Feb 7, 2014, 10:54 pm

On a night when a number of the Wildcats weren't at their best, Sky Brown pitched a 23 save shutout and Jaedon Cooke scored on two breakaways to lead the Wildcats to a 2-0 victory over the visiting Avros. Lexie Kalynuk picked up the lone assist on Cooke's first goal. The Wildcats took 9 minor penalties throughout the game.

The win pulls the Wildcats into a 2nd place tie in the standings with the Avros, 3 points behind Pembina Valley. Each team has two games remaining.

The Wildcats host the Winnipeg Ice at 2:00 PM tomorrow in Hartney before closing out the regular season on Sunday when they host the Central Plains Capitals at 2:00 PM.


Keisha Robertson Commits to SAIT
Feb 6, 2014, 12:05 pm

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Congratulations to Keisha Robertson, from Oak Lake Beach, who has committed to attend school at, and play hockey with, the SAIT Trojans (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology).  Keisha is a 3rd year Wildcat and will be attending SAIT in the fall of 2014.  She will be entering Medical Radiologic Technology.  Keisha is known as a player who, although being small in stature, is big in desire.  She is strong on the forecheck, is an aggressive penalty killer, and has a heavy shot.  In 51 games so far this year she has 3 goals, 5 assists for 8 points overall.  She is a -7 in the plus/minus category and has 34 penalty minutes.  Keisha played a significant role in the Wildcats championship run at the annual Mac’s tournament in Calgary over Christmas break this year. 

The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, also known as SAIT Polytechnic, is a polytechnic institute located in Calgary, Alberta. 
SAIT offers more than 100 career programs in technology, trades, and business. SAIT, which was established in 1916, is Calgary’s oldest post-secondary institution and Canada’s first publicly funded technical institute.  The Trojans are a member of the ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference).

The Westman Wildcats wish Keisha all the best as she continues her hockey career and academic pursuits at the next level.


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