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Brandi Pollock nominee for 2014 Hockey Humanitarian Award
Jan 16, 2014, 5:27 pm

BrandiCongratulations to Brandi Pollock who is one of the nominees for the 2014 Hockey Humanitarian Award.  Brandi played with the Westman Wildcats from 2007 to 2010 and is in her Senior Year with the Robert Morris Colonials who are currently ranked  at No. 8 in both the United States College Hockey Online (USCHO) and USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine polls..The Westman Wildcats would like to congratulate Brandi on her nomination to this prestigous award 

 Eighteen players nominated for 2014 Hockey Humanitarian Award

The Hockey Humanitarian Award is on display at the 2012 Frozen Four 

Eighteen players, including repeat honorees Jordan Heywood of Merrimack and Jeffrey Reppucci of Holy Cross, have been named as nominees for the 2014 Hockey Humanitarian Award.

The award, in its 19th year, recognizes college hockey’s finest citizen and includes players from Divisions I, II and III and both genders.

Finalists will be announced in February, and the 2014 recipient will be named at the Frozen Four in Philadelphia on Friday, April 11.

The nominees cover nine conferences:

• In Division I men, Atlantic Hockey, ECAC Hockey, Hockey East and the NCHC.

• In Division III women, the CHA, ECAC Hockey and Hockey East.

• In Division III men, the MIAC.

• And in Division III women, the NESCAC.

St. Anselm’s Tucker Mullin was the 2013 recipient.



Wildcats vs Eastman
Jan 12, 2014, 7:54 am

The Westman Wildcats traveled to St. Adolphe last night to face the Eastman Selects in league play. This was the first game action for the Wildcats since winning the prestigious Mac's tournament in Calgary.

The Wildcats dominated the 1st period, outshooting the Selects 14-1 in the period. However, Ashton Bell was the only Wildcat to score with the lone assist going to Gina Williams.

In the 2nd period, Eastman pushed backed with a solid effort over the first half of the period. Finally, Jaycee Magwood was able to break the game open with two goals in under a minute span. The first goal was unassisted. Assists on the second goal went to Megan Robertson and Gina Williams. Shots on goal in the 2nd period were 15-10 in favour of Westman.

In the 3 rd period the Wildcats returned to their dominant play. Megan Robertson scored within the first minute of the period to make it a 4-0 game. Jaycee Magwood picked up the lone assist. A minute later, Ashton Bell scored her second of the game with the assists going to Jaycee Magwood and Megan Robertson. The Wildcats stretched the lead to 6-0 on Jaycee Magwood's hat trick goal with 12 minutes remaining. The assists on that goal went to Ashton Bell and Megan Robertson. Eastman scored their lone goal off a breakaway with 3:25 left to play after a blocked shot from the point. The Wildcats were forced to kill off numerous penalties in the 3rd period including two 5 on 3 situations. Shots on goal in the period were 12-8 in favour of Westman.

Final score, 6-1 for the Wildcats. Amber Tilbury picked up the win in net. Final shots on goal were 41-19 in favour of Westman.

The Wildcats host Eastman next Friday night in Hartney at 8:00 PM.

Megan Robertson commits to Augsburg College
Jan 7, 2014, 9:38 am


Congratulations to Megan Robertson from Boissevain who has committed to Augsburg College.

Megan is a fourth year Wildcat and will be attending Augsburg in the fall of 2014 where she will be pursuing an education degree. She presently is 2nd in team scoring and last week scored the biggest goal of her career with 18 seconds left in triple overtime to lead the Wildcats to their first Mac's tournament title.

Augsburg is a NCAA Division III institution; a member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC), one of Division III's best conferences.  MIAC affiliation affords the college with 12 other institutions to compete against at a very high level.  

Augsburg is located near downtown Minneapolis in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood at the heart of the Twin Cities and offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and nine graduate degrees to more than 4,000 students of diverse backgrounds.  

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

Game cancelled today
Jan 4, 2014, 8:36 am

Due to poor weather conditions the game scheduled for 2:oopm between Shaftesbury and the Westman Wildcats has been cancelled

Wildcats vs Fraser Valley Phantom - Mac's Tournament Final
Jan 2, 2014, 1:23 pm

Wildcats win Mac’s female title in triple-OT thriller


Manitoba team outlasts the Fraser Valley Phantom 2-1

Wildcats win Mac’s female title in triple-OT thriller

Stuart Gradon/Calgary Herald CALGARY, AB: January 1, 2013 - The Westman Wildcats' Megan Robertson, centre, celebrates scoring the overtime winner against the Fraser Valley Phantom in the Mac's Midget AAA Hockey Tournament female final at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary Wednesday, January 1, 2013. (Stuart Gradon/Calgary Herald) (For Sports story by TBA) 00051675A

Megan Robertson helped the Westman Wildcats make history at the Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament on New Year’s Day.

Robertson scored with 18 seconds remaining in the third overtime period to lead the Wildcats to a thrilling 2-1 victory over the Fraser Valley Phantom in the female division final at the Saddledome.

The triple-OT game will go down in the record books as the longest Mac’s final ever in either the male or female division.

“I was pretty excited,” Robertson said of her tournament-winning snipe. “I was getting tired, but I kept going. It’s definitely the biggest goal I’ve scored.”

Westman coach Guy Williams gave his players credit for prevailing in the marathon game.

“It’s kind of like wrestling with a gorilla,” said Williams, who was chosen as the most outstanding coach.

“You don’t quit when you’re tired. You’ve got to quit when the gorilla’s tired.”

Based in the small town of Hartney, the Wildcats are made up of players from southwestern Manitoba. In the 10th year of the female division at the Mac’s tournament, the Wildcats are the first team from outside of Saskatchewan or Alberta to win the championship.

“It’s amazing,” said Robertson, 17, who hails from Boissevain. “It’s a huge tournament. I’ve come here for four years. It’s cool to come to a big city like this and the atmosphere is good.”

After a scoreless first period, Fraser Valley forward Brianna Keats gave the Phantom a 1-0 lead at 12:03 of the second. Westman captain Jaycee Magwood then swatted a rebound past Fraser Valley goalie Valencia Yordanov at 2:32 of the third to tie up the contest and force overtime.

Prior to Robertson’s game-winning goal, Yordanov stopped shots by both Magwood and Ashton Bell.

“I was just going to the net,” Robertson said.

“Both rebounds popped out and the last one came right to me to just put it away.”

Williams wasn’t surprised that it took a determined effort for Robertson to finally get the puck past Yordanov.

“We knew we had to get rebounds and to score ugly against her,” Williams said. “We got a rebound and we got a girl in the right spot with her stick on the ice and she did what she needed to do with it.”

Yordanov, who earned accolades as the tournament’s top goaltender as well as being named to the first all-star team, finished the game with 47 saves, including 21 in the three overtime periods.

“I’ve never been in a game that long,” said the 16-year-old goalie, who hails from Port Coquitlam, B.C. “I can’t really think of anything else that compares. Just to come so close and not quite get there, it’s tough.”

Fraser Valley coach Dean Reed commended his players for putting up a good fight against the Wildcats in the final.

“That was a battle,” Reed said. “That was both teams just going at each other. There’s nothing for them to be upset about.”

The two teams both finished the preliminary round of the tournament with identical 3-0-1 records.

In semifinal action on New Year’s Eve at Max Bell, the Phantom downed the Highwood Raiders 6-1 while the Wildcats needed overtime to beat the defending champion Edmonton Thunder 3-2.

“We knew something special was going to happen this week,” said Williams in regards to adding a Mac’s tournament title to the Esso Cup that the Wildcats won in 2009. “It’ll be going up on our wall in our home rink right beside our national banner and it’s going to stay there forever. That’s something that these girls have all been a part of.”

ICE CHIPS: Here are the winners of the female player awards: most valuable player: Alexandra Poznikoff, Edmonton Thunder. Top scorer: Delaney Ross, Lloydminster Steelers. Top goaltender: Valencia Yordanov, Fraser Valley Phantom. Top defensive player: Jessica Healey, Edmonton Thunder. Most outstanding coach: Guy Williams, Westman Wildcats. Top plus/minus (four-way tie): Delaney Edwards, Lloydminster Steelers; Delaney Ross, Lloydminster Steelers; Jodi Gentile, Fraser Valley Phantom; and Alexandra Poznikoff. Most sportsmanlike player: Alexandra Poznikoff.


Wildcats vs Fraser Valley Phantom - Mac's Tournament Final
Jan 2, 2014, 12:42 pm


Female Championship Final – Scotiabank Saddledome

Westman Wildcats – 2         Fraser Valley Phantom – 1 (TRIPLE OVERTIME)

(Tournament Writeup)

With both teams playing outstanding two-way hockey, it was only fitting that the Female Championship Final would come down to a triple-overtime sudden death decision.

The first period started with a defensive battle between both teams, the Westman Wildcats held the momentum at the end of the period firing plenty of challenging shots against Fraser Valley Phantom’s goalie Valencia Yordanov.

The Phantom came out in the second period on fire, stealing the momentum back from the Wildcats with an un-assisted goal from #11 Brianna Keats. The second period ended with the Phantom leading 1-0 over the Wildcats.

Early in the third period #7 Jaycee Magwood capitalized on a rebound from a Gina Williams point-shot, tying the game for the Wildcats at 1-1. The third period ended knotted up at 1 with both teams gaining plenty of scoring chances in desperation of avoiding an overtime period.

The first and second overtime periods had both goaltenders stealing the show, no goals were scored as Sky Brown of the Wildcats and Valencia Yordanov of the Phantom kept their team alive going into a third overtime period.

With 18 seconds left in the third overtime period, #15 Megan Robertson of the Westman Wildcats was the overtime hero, scoring her third goal of the tournament giving the Westman Wildcats the title of 2013 Mac’s Tournament Champions.  Both teams played an amazing brand of hockey and gave the crowd a great start to the New Year.

Final shots on net were 49-42 in favour of Westman.

Special congratulations to Jaycee Magwood, Missy Hunt, and Sky Brown on being named 2nd Team All Stars.

Wildcats vs Edmonton - Semi-Final of Mac's
Dec 31, 2013, 11:19 pm

The Wildcats were on the ice again today for their semi-final matchup against the defending champion Edmonton Thunder.

Edmonton came out flying and dominated play for the majority of the 1st period as the Wildcats were forced to kill numerous penalties. The Thunder got on the board on the powerplay 6 minutes into the period to take a 1-0 lead. Fortunately for the Wildcats, Sky Brown was able to hold the fort as she turned aside 22 shots.

In the 2nd period the Wildcats began to find their game and establish their forecheck. But it was the Thunder that got on the scoreboard a second time as they scored an even strength goal with 4:19 remaining in the period to take a 2-0 lead. The Wildcats, however, continued to fight and finally knotted the twine with 2:11 remaining in the period as Jaycee Magwood scored on a wrist shot from the high slot assisted by Ashton Bell and Megan Robertson. The period ended 2-1. Shots on goal were 9-6 in favour of Westman.

In the 3rd period the Wildcats continued to press for the equalizer and after a couple of glorious chances were finally rewarded when Kenzie Robinson tied up the game with 4:08 remaining in the game, assisted by Jaedon Cooke and Brianna Williams. The 3rd period ended 2-2. Shots in the 3rd period were 9-5 in favour of Westman. We are headed for overtime.

In the overtime period the Wildcats continued to take the game to Edmonton. After missing a glorious chance early in the frame, the Wildcats were finally able to score the game winner as Jaycee Magwood picked up her own rebound and buried it in the back of the net. Megan Robertson and Ashton Bell assisted on the goal.

Final shots on net were 35-26 in favour of Edmonton. Sky Brown picked up the win in net.

The Wildcats now face the Fraser Valley Phantom in the tournament final. Game time is Wednesday at 12:00 PM, Calgary time. The game is being broadcast live on Shaw Cable.

Happy New Year.

Wildcats off to Semi Finals at Mac's Tournament
Dec 31, 2013, 9:24 am

The Westman Wildcats finish in first place in their pool of 5 and advance to the Semi Finals against the Edmonton Thunder at 4:00pm (Alberta Time) at the Max Bell Centre.


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