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St. Cloud Showcase vs Shattuck St. Mary's U19
Sep 21, 2013, 12:25 pm

The Wildcats are in St. Cloud, Minnesota this weekend for their annual Showcase tournament.

This morning they stepped on the ice to face the Shattuck St. Mary's U19 team.

The girls came out well in the first period and broke through with the 1st goal of the game 5 minutes into the game on a rebound goal from Amie Hunt off a shot by Keisha Robertson. SSM tied up the game one and a half minutes later. The first period ended 1-1.

The second period was a back and forth affair but remained scoreless until Ashton Bell hammered home a rebound goal with 2 seconds left in the period.

The score remained the same until SSM pulled their goalie for an extra attacker and scored the tying goal with 1:17 remaining. That goal seemed to rattle the girls as SSM continued to push and scored the go-ahead goal with 23 seconds remaining. It was a difficult loss to take as the Wildcats had played very well throughout.
Shots on goal were 24-16 in favour of SSM. Amber Tilbury suffered the loss in net.

Westman's next action is against the Minnesota U18 team at 5:00 PM.

Wildcats Host Doubleheader
Sep 14, 2013, 9:26 pm

The Westman Wildcats played host to two Saskatchewan Female AAA league members today in exhibition play. At 12:00 PM the Wildcats stepped on to the ice against Weyburn.  After some back and forth play throughout the 1st period, Weyburn jumped out to the lead with 4 minutes remaining.  

Weyburn jumped out to a 2-0 lead right off the faceoff 9 seconds into the second period.  The Wildcats finally got on the board 7 minutes into the period on a backhand wraparound goal from Jaycee Magwood.  The second period ended 2-1.

Weyburn restored the two goal lead 3 minutes into the 3rd. But the Wildcats quickly responded with another Magwood marker 18 seconds later to make it a one goal game again.  Westman pushed to tie but Weyburn sealed the deal with another goal with 9 minutes remaining.  Final score 4-2 Weyburn.  Emma Greenwood took the loss for the Wildcats.  Shots on goal were 25-24 in favour of Weyburn.

The second game at 7:30 PM pitted the Wildcats against Melville.  Melville looked the fresher team from the start of the game and took the game to the Wildcats in the first scoring 2 goals to take a 2-0 lead into the first intermission. Shots on goal in the 1st period were 11-7 in favour of the Wildcats.

The Wildcats came out a completely different team in the second, playing with energy, passion, and urgency.  Gina Williams started the comeback with a wrist shot goal 5 minutes into the period that beat the goalie high glove hand.  Mackenzie Roach then tallied a goal a minute later to tie the game at 2 apiece.  The Wildcats carried the rest of the play through to the end of the period but were unable to score any more goals. Shots on goal in the second period were 16-4 in favour of the Wildcats.

Westman continued to dominate in the 3rd period as they pushed the energy and tempo resulting in 4 more unanswered goals.  Gina Williams with her second, Jossa Danis, Megan Robertson, and Ashton Bell rounded out the scoring for the Wildcats.  Final score 6-2 for the Wildcats.  Amber Tilbury got the victory. Shots on goal were 39-13 in favour of Westman.

Westman's next action is this upcoming weekend when they head to the St. Cloud University Showcase where they will face the Minnesota U18 team, Shattuck St. Mary's and Minnesota Black.  

Melissa Hunt off to Bisons Invitational Series
Sep 11, 2013, 4:18 pm

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The Westman Wildcats would like to wish Melissa Hunt good luck as she heads to Winnipeg this weekend to play in the Bisons Invitational Series September 13-15. This is the final process in the POE program before the team is selected to represent Team Manitoba. The POE is a high performance program that offers elite athletes the opportunity to represent their province and beyond. Hockey Canada, Hockey Manitoba (Branch) and the Hockey Manitoba Regions collaborate to identify players for provincial, regional and national teams.

The 2013 National Women’s Under-18 Championship will take place Nov. 6-10 at Hockey Canada’s home arena, the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

Eight provincial and regional entries will face off at 2013 the National Women’s Under-18 Championship, including Alberta, Atlantic, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario Blue, Ontario Red, Quebec and Saskatchewan. 

Game 4 vs Winnipeg Avros
Sep 8, 2013, 11:02 am

The Wildcats suited up this morning for an 8:00 AM tilt against the Winnipeg Avros.  The game remained scoreless through most of the first period with both teams trading chances.  The Avros finally broke through off a rebound with 4 minutes remaining in the first.  

The first 10 minutes of the 2nd period was all Wildcats and they managed to tie the game up on the power play 7 minutes into the period with Jossa Danis burying a backhand rebound goal. Unfortunately the team ran into some penalty trouble and lost a bit of the flow they had carried through the first part of the period.  The Avros took advantage and managed to regain the 1 goal advantage with 7 minutes remaining in the period.  The second period ended 2-1.
The Avros began the 3rd period on the power play.  The Wildcats managed to kill of the penalty but the Wildcats were unable to regain control of the puck and clear the zone and the Avros buried another rebound goal. They scored again at the midway point of the 3rd off another deflection and rebound.  
The game ended 4-1 with the Avros outshooting the Wildcats 26-20.
The Wildcats practice Tuesday and Thursday in Souris at 8:00PM this week. They host Weyburn and Melville this Saturday in Souris. Game times are 12:00 PM and 7:30 PM.

Game 3 vs Swift Current
Sep 7, 2013, 9:03 pm

The Wildcats were back in action this evening, for their second game of the day, against the Swift Current Wildcats. It was an old fashioned grind it out affair as both teams competed hard in all areas of the ice for the puck.  Westman managed to kill off a 5 on 3 penalty early in the period. The game was tied 0-0 after the 1st with both teams only managing to get 2 shots on net.

The 2nd period saw more of the same type of play with both teams fighting for puck possession until Missy Hunt drove off the wall after receiving a pass from Keisha Robertson and roofed a shot under the crossbar on the short side to make it 1-0.
The game remained the same with Westman managing to control the puck and prevent any real good scoring chances. They were forced to kill off another 5 on 3 penalty in the last 5 minutes of the game.  Gina Williams sealed the victory with a wrist shot from the point with just under a minute to play. 
It was a total team effort by the girls. Final shots on netwere 16-13 in favour of Speedy Creek. The Wildcats are back on the ice at 8:00 AM tomorrow to face the provincial rival Winnipeg Avros. 

Game 2 vs Red Deer
Sep 7, 2013, 2:53 pm

After letting a game get away from them last night, the Wildcats stepped onto the ice with a purpose this morning, seeking their first victory of the season.  

The Wildcats scored early and often in the first period, notching 4 goals, including 3 power play goals, enroute to a 5-1 victory. 
Scoring for the Wildcats were Jaycee Magwood with 2 and Melissa Hunt, Amie Hunt, and Jaedon Cooke each notching singles. 
Amber Tilbury picked up the victory in net.  Shots on goal was 24-19 in favour of the Wildcats.  

Game 1 vs Prince Albert
Sep 7, 2013, 10:03 am

The Wildcats kicked off the season at the Swift Current Preseason tournament against the Prince Albert A&W Bears. The Wildcats came out with speed and energy on the very first shift and generated the first of numerous great scoring chances, including a breakaway. Prince Albert got on the board with 6:38 remaining in the 1st period on a scramble play and screened shot the snaked its way to the top shelf.  The period ended 1-0 for Prince Albert. 

The second period did not begin so well for the Wildcats as PA scored 13 seconds into the period as they swatted a rebound out of the air to go up 2-0. After missing on her second breakaway of the game, Jaycee Magwood finally got the Wildcats on the scoreboard with a tip-in goal to make the score 2-1 for PA.  PA re-established the 2 goal lead less than a minute later after the puck took a funny bounce off the backboard right to a Prince Albert stick.  The Wildcats missed on their 3rd breakaway of the game before the end of the period.
The 3rd period saw the Wildcats push to tie the game but they were unable to beat a strong PA goaltender and the game ended 3-1. The Wildcats outshot PA 35-20.  They play Red Deer Saturday morning and Swift Current Saturday afternoon.

Westman Wildcats on the Road to Swift Current
Sep 6, 2013, 9:00 am

Just a few short days after selecting their team the wildcats are on the road.  The Westman Wildcats are starting their season off with a road trip to the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats Pre Season Tournament.   Teams competing at the tournament include the Swift Current Wildcats, Prince Albert Bears, Red Deer Chiefs, Winnipeg Avros and the Westman Wildcats.   The Wildcats start their season with a game against the Prince Albert Bears at 3:30pm Friday.   Saturdays action will see the Wildcats against  Red Deer at 10:30am and Swift Current at 6:00pm.   In between game action the University of Saskatchewan will take on the University of Lethbridge at 3:30pm.   The Wildcats will finish off the tournament facing the Winnipeg Avros.   Stay tuned for game updates.  

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