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5 Wildcats named to Hockey Manitoba U 18 TOP 40 Program of Excellence Roster
Apr 18, 2014, 6:25 am

The Westman Wildcats would like to congratulate and wish the best of luck to Jaycee Magwood, KJ Wallace, Missy Hunt, Jaedon Cooke, and Ashton Bell who were all named to the Team Manitoba U18 Program of Excellence (POE) TOP 40 Camp which is to be held May 8-11 in Portage la Prairie.

The POE TOP-40 Camp is the second major phase of the Program of Excellence which is the selection process for the U-18 (Female) Team Manitoba rosters. The TOP-40 Camp rosters have been finalized following the 2014 Manitoba Games and the Female Midget season.

Once again, congratulations and good luck ladies.

Westman Wildcats 2014 Spring Camp
Mar 31, 2014, 6:35 pm


Westman Wildcats 2014 Spring Camp

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the Westman Wildcats Spring Camp for the 2014-2015 season. This camp is open to all 1997-2001 born players.


The Westman Wildcats Female Midget Hockey Program offers elite level players in the Westman South region the opportunity to compete against, and play with, the highest level female midget players in North America.


Information can be seen on web site www.westmanwildcats.com which covers our

schedule, stats, tournaments, links and team news stories.


Finalized Camp Times


April 8/14      

5 – 6 PM - Workout Presentation - Hartney School (players can eat during this session)

6 – 7 PM - Off-ice testing - Hartney School

7:40 PM - 9:00 PM - On - ice testing /On - ice track - Hartney Arena


April 9/14     

5 – 6 PM - Nutrition Presentation - Hartney School (players can eat during this session)

6 - 7 PM - Dryland session - Hartney School

7:40 PM – 9:15 PM - Inter-Squad Game - Hartney Arena



Things to bring to the camp: food, water bottle, workout clothes, good running shoes and hockey equipment.


Camp Registration is available online at www.westmanwildcats.com  

Click on the camp registration on left hand side


For additional information or if you unable to register online contact:

Penny Hunt              Home 858 -2183

                                 Cell 483-0564


$30 camp fee  (payable to Westman Wildcats)


Westman Wildcats

C/0 Todd Ardron

Box 131

Hartney, MB              

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Wildcats vs Hawks Gm 4
Mar 29, 2014, 7:40 am

We are now down to a one game playoff for the provincial championship as Jenai Buchanan scored the winner with just under three minutes remaining in the 2nd overtime to lead the Hawks to a 3-2 victory over the Wildcats in Hartney last night.

Kenzie Robinson and Megan Robertson scored for the Wildcats, who held one goal leads twice through the 1st period. There was no scoring through the second and third periods.

Final shots on net were 38-35 in favour of Westman.

The 5th and deciding game is set for 2:00 PM in Morden.

Wildcats vs Pembina Valley Gm 3
Mar 27, 2014, 8:44 am

Lauren Keen scored two goals, including the overtime winner, to pace the Pembina Valley Hawks to a 3-2 victory over the Westman Wildcats last night in Morden.  The Wildcats now lead the series 2 games to 1.

KJ Wallace and Kenzie Robinson scored 1 goal apiece for the Wildcats who played from behind all night and took some untimely penalties. 
Taylor Reimer picked up the victory in net for PV stopping 29 of 31 shots.  Sky Brown suffered the loss for the Wildcats stopping 34 of 37 shots.
The Wildcats received 7 minor penalties, including 3 in the 3rd period, while the Hawks received 4 minors.
Game 4 will be played in Hartney this Friday, March 28th at 7:30 PM.

Congratulations to All Stars Jaycee Magwood, Melissa Hunt and Sky Brown
Mar 26, 2014, 10:09 am



Forward Jaycee Magwood of the Westman Wildcats has been selected as the 2013-14 MFMHL Most Valuable Player based on voting by league members. The 5' 8" 150 lb. power forward has been the Wildcats scoring leader all season and plays big minutes against the oppositions top players along with power play and penalty kill.The second year midget had 23 goals and 20 assists in 28 regular season games for the Wildcats good for 4th in league scoring. Magwood the Wildcats Captain hails from Killarney where she maintains an 88% GPA in High School.


The MFMHL is pleased to announce its 2013-14 First and Second Team All-star Selections based on member voting. The All-star Teams see 6 out of 8 MFMHL teams represented with the Westman Wildcats and Central Plains Capitals each placing 3 players on the two teams. The Pembina Valley Hawks and Norman Wild each had 2 players selected with the Winnipeg Avros and Yellowhead Chiefs having 1 player each earn all-star status.



Jaycee Magwood - Westman Wildcats - Killarney


Melissa Hunt - Westman Wildcats - Hartney





Sky Brown - Westman Wildcats - Virden


Wildcats vs PV - Gm 2
Mar 23, 2014, 5:00 pm

The Westman Wildcats took a 2-0 stranglehold on the MFMHL championship series with a solid 4-1 victory in Hartney this afternoon. Jaedon Cooke got the Wildcats on the scoreboard 18:29 mark into the 1st period with a high wrist shot over the glove of the PV goaltender. Assists on the goal went to Kenzie Robinson and KJ Wallace. The Wildcats continued to push the pace throughout the period and had numerous scoring chances. PV managed to generate some nice scoring chances on the power play but Sky Brown stood tall. Shots in the period were 10-10.

In the 2nd period, it was more of the same as the Wildcats continued to press. They were rewarded with 5:19 remaining in the period as KJ Wallace roofed a shot high to the blocker side off the faceoff to make it a 2 goal lead. Jaedon Cooke picked up the lone assist. Shots in the period were 10-9 in favour of PV.

In the 3rd the Wildcats stretched the lead to 3-0 at the 17:17 mark as Ashton Bell walked the puck off the wall and buried a shot to the blocker side. Missy Hunt and Gina Williams picked up the assists. The Wildcats controlled the play until PV scored on a power play opportunity to make it a two goal game. However, the Wildcats responded soon after at the 6:14 mark on their own power play as Megan Robertson buried a shot glove side to restore the 3 goal lead. Ashton Bell picked up the lone assist. That is how the game ended, 4-1 for Westman. Shots on goal in the 3rd period were 8-8.

Final shots on goal were 28-27 in favour of PV.

The Wildcats had 5 minor penalties and PV had 3.

Game 3 is Wednesday night in Morden at 7:30 PM

Wildcats vs PV - Gm 1
Mar 22, 2014, 7:59 am

Ashton Bell was the overtime hero last night as she re-directed a nice pass from Jaycee Magwood into the net at the 8:32 mark of the 2nd overtime period to give the Westman Wildcats a 1-0 series lead against the Pembina Valley Hawks in the MFMHL Finals. Megan Robertson picked up the other assist on the play.

Missy Hunt opened the scoring with 3:59 remaining in the 1st period on the power play with a wrist shot from the half wall off the rush. Courtney Ganske and Sky Brown picked up the assists. Shots on goal in the period were 12-8 in favour of PV.

Kate Friesen tied it up for PV early in the 2nd period on the power play. Both teams traded power play opportunities throughout the period. Jaycee Magwood put the Wildcats ahead with 17 seconds remaining in the period when she drove hard to the near post and stuffed the puck in short side. Jossa Danis picked up the assist on the play. Shots in the 2nd were 13-6 in favour of PV.

The 3rd period saw both teams again trade power play opportunities. Lauren Keen tied up the game on a 4 on 3 power play chance when buried a rebound chance. The period ended tied. Shots on goal were 10-9 in favour of PV.

Early in the 1st overtime period the Wildcats allowed Keen to break free on a breakaway and were forced to take her down. But PV took an Interference call of their own to make it a 4 on 4 situation. There was some great end to end play and both goalies were forced to come up with huge saves. First it was Sky Brown who was forced to stop Keen on her second breakaway chance as she had slipped out of the box after the PV penalty. Next it was Taylor Reimer's turn to shine as she stopped Jaedon Cooke on a breakaway. Shots were 5-4 in favour of Westman. We are going to a second OT.

Cue Ashton Bell's heroics in the 2nd overtime period with 8:23 remaining. The Wildcats outshot PV 6-3 in this OT period.

Final shots on net were 42-34 in favour of PV.

The Wildcats had 10 penalties to the Hawks 8.

Game 2 of the Final is Sunday at 2:00 PM in Hartney

Wildcats vs Avros - Game 4
Mar 16, 2014, 6:15 pm

The Wildcats defeated the Winnipeg Avros 2-1 in game 4 in Hartney this afternoon to clinch the semi-final series 3 games to 1.

The 1st period was scoreless as both teams threw pucks to the net. The Avros did a great job of blocking shots. Shots on goal in the period were 11-2 in favour of the Avros.

The 2nd period saw more of the same. The Avros did a good job of getting pucks through to the net and managed to create some great scoring chances on the power play. Sky Brown made some key saves to keep the game scoreless. As the period wore on the Wildcats began to take over the puck possession game and began to get their forecheck and cycle game working. Megan Robertson was rewarded with some hard work as she buried a shot past the screened Avros goalie off a scramble play. Jaycee Magwood and Ashton Bell picked up the assists. The Wildcats kept the pressure up by dumping pucks deep, continuing to press for the two goal lead. It paid off when Katie Crowe dumped the puck into the corner and a strange bounce landed right on the stick of Ashton Bell who buried the shot into the back of the net. The 2nd period ended 2-0. Shots on goal in the period were 16-10 in favour of the Avros.

In the 3rd the Wildcats forechecked with energy and intelligence and completely hemmed in the Avros for large spans of time. The Avros managed to generate a few shots to the net on the power play but Sky Brown was able to handle everything that came her way. The Avros did make it interesting with 4:04 remaining as Elias buried a rebound off a shot from the point. That was all the Wildcats would give up though as they held on for the 2-1 victory. Shots in the 3rd period were 9 -3 in favour of the Avros.

Final shots were 36-15 in favour of the Avros. Penalties were 7 against the Wildcats and 4 against the Avros.

The Wildcats now advance to the league final to face the winner of the Yellowhead vs Pembina Valley series in which Pembina Valley leads 2 games to 1.

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