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WESTMAN WILDCATS SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT February 15th - 17th 2013
Feb 15, 2013, 9:40 am

Westman Wildcats Showcase Tournament
WILDCATS WIN TOURNAMENT
The Wildcats had a succesful weekend. They finished first in Pool A with three wins. Also of the eight teams at the tournament, the Wildcats were the only team to secure three wins.
Sunday's first place final game was at 3:45pm. The Wildcats played Central Plains Capitals who ended round robin play with two wins and one tie for first in Pool B. This game was a fast pace and physical one. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 23 Central 22. Period 1 it was end to end action. The crowd watching the teams battle for the puck. After twenty minutes the score 0-0. Period 2 when the puck dropped, the Wildcats with pressure ....Samantha Dyck's shot got the Wildcats on the scoreboard. The assists going to Jossa Danis and Jaycee Magwood. All the Cats forward lines pressing with opportunites at the Caps net. The period ended Cats 1-0. Period 3 saw the Wildcats handed six penalties, Central Plains two. The Wildcats with quick pressure added their second goal less than three minutes from the opening faceoff at 17:48. Ashleigh Brykaliuk put one in the back of the net with a quick feed from Jaycee Magwood, Karissa Kirkup in on the play. The intensity level in the game building between the two teams  for the remainder of the period. The Wildcats playing short handed. And a time when both teams had players in the penalty box. With less then five minutes remaining in the game, the Caps scored on a five on three powerplay @ 4:00 mark. The faceoff at centre ice and the Wildcats still shorthanded....@ 3:28 the third goal for the Wildcats went up on the scoreboard. Karrissa Kirkup showing speed and a quick play netted the shorthanded goal, unassisted. WILDCATS WON 3-1. Kristen Campbell made 21 saves.

Pool A Game Results:
Saturday @ 8:15 pm    Westman 3  Eastman 1
Game Shots on Goal: Westman 40  Eastman 18

Saturday @ 11:15 am   Westman 6  Winnipeg Ice 2
Game Shots on Goal: Westman 37  Winnipeg Ice 13

Friday @ 8:00 pm  Westman 4  Swift Current 1
Game Shots on Goal: Westman 36  Swift Current 19

Refer to Date on Game Schedule for stats.       


Kristen Campbell leads MFMHL with 11 shutouts and 13 on the season
Feb 12, 2013, 5:41 pm

MFMHL

GOALTENDER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (GDI)

GOALIE OF THE MONTH

January - Kristen Campbell - Westman Wildcats

Kristen is  leading the league in MFMHL shutouts with 11.   The GDI Goalie of the Month is Kristen Campbell of the Westman Wildcats. Campbell a grade 10 student from Brandon earns the award back to back months after posting a record of 6 wins vs. 0 loss with an amazing 5 shutouts over the 6 game span where she did not allow a goal. Campbell a first year midget for the Wildcats but in her second year with the Wildcats finished the regular season with a 15-5 record and has an outstanding GAA of 0.62 and save % of .974 both good for first in MFMHL rankings.

 


Westman Wildcats 2012-2013 MFMHL Regular Season
Feb 12, 2013, 9:58 am

Westman Wildcats play Final MFMHL game @ Hartney on Saturday, February 9th
Feb 8, 2013, 11:00 pm

WESTMAN WILDCATS MFMHL SECOND PLACE RECORD 22-5-1

The WestmanWildcats were at home on Saturday, February 9th to play thier last regular season MFMHL game. Game time was 8:00pm.
WILDCATS 5  WINNIPEG ICE 1
Game penalties handed out: Wildcats 13 Winnipeg Ice 6. PERIOD 1 The Wildcats were on the scoreboard before the three minute mark with a powerplay goal. It was Ashleigh Brykaliuk scoring after Jaycee Magwood fed her one with an assist also going to Melissa Hunt on the play. Less than three minutes later, the Cats got a second goal from Kjierstin Wallace, who was quick to get one in the back of the net and Jessica Vallotton got the assist. Mid period, the Wildcats were outshooting the Winnipeg Ice 9-1. PERIOD 2 The Wildcats got a third goal from Karissa Kirkup at 17:22, assisted by Ashleigh Brykaliuk and Megan Robertson. Five minutes later the Wildcats were shorthanded, the Wildcats controlling the play and it was Samantha Dyck's quick hands who got the Cats fourth goal of the game. Kirkup and Brykaliuk getting the assists. The Wildcat lines continued to add pressure at full strengh. Before the period ended the Cats got another on the score board. Jaycee Magwood took a shot inside the blue line and it was Kirkup who capitalized for her second goal of the game. After forty minutes the shots on goal were Wildcats 22 and Winnpeg Ice 10. PERIOD 3 This period saw the Wildcats handed twelve minutes of penalties with the Ice serving two minutes. The Ice got a powerplay goal mid period. Amber Tilbury made 16 saves and played strong between the pipes for the win. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 27 Winnipeg Ice 17.


WEstman Wildcats @ MacGregor for MFMHL game Wednesday, February 6th 2013
Feb 7, 2013, 8:12 am

PENALTY SHOT SECURES WILDCATS 40TH WIN

The Wildcats travelled to MacGregor on Wednesday, February 6th for the last of a four MFMHL matchup with the Central Plains Capitals. The Wildcats have two wins on the Capitals in the previous three games. The puck dropped at 8:00pm.
The crowd watched the teams play a physical game for sixty minutes. Penalties handed out Wildcats 5 Capitals 7. PERIOD 1 at the start of the period the Capitals came out pressuring, but every Wildcat showed their aggressive play. PERIOD 2 The strong play continued. The teams each pressing for opportunites at the net. The Wildcats sustaining pressure on the Caps shooters when needed. Just under the eight minute mark with the Wildcats controlling the play and Karissa Kirkup skating into postion to shoot on the Caps net.....but the Capitals were called on a penalty. The referee signaled a penalty shot. Kirkup went to the face off area, waited for the nod from the referee. She started skating up towards the goalie, her quick shot put the puck in the back of the net. All the Wildcat Fans cheered. PERIOD 3 The intensity increased for the next twenty minutes. The game ended. Wildcats Won.
Shots on Goal: Wildcats 22  Capitals 28 
Some key saves by Kristen Campbell secured her 11th MFMHL shutout and 13th shutout for the season.

Wildcats MFMHL record now 21-5-1.


Westman Wildcats MFMHL game at Hartney on Sunday, February 3rd 2013
Feb 4, 2013, 8:02 am

WESTMAN WILDCATS GET 2OTH WIN IN MFMHL on Sunday
 
WILDCATS 3  CENTRAL PLAINS CAPITALS 0
The Wildcats played a second game for the weekend on Sunday, February 3rd  at home. It was a MFMHL game with the Central Plains Capitals. This was the third of a four league matchup for these teams. The first two league games were played at the beginning of the season. October 5th, the Capitals won 1-0 and October 13th, the Wildcats won 3-1.
Sunday's crowd watched a tight checked game. Shots on goal were Wildcats 20 Central Plains 22. The penalties handed out, Wildcats 7 for 14 minutes and Central Plains 5 for 10 minutes. PERIOD 1 when the puck dropped, the Wildcats got the jump quickly pressuring the Capitals around thier net with some scoring opportunites. Minutes later for both teams the aggressive play, tight checking game began.  With only seconds left on the time clock, the Wildcats would score. Gina Williams with a shot from the blue line and Amanda Coey's quick hands putting it in the net. Coey's goal would evenually be the game winner. After twenty minutes the shots on goal were Wildcats 7 Capitals 3. PERIOD 2 saw an aggressive puck battle. The Wildcats handed 2 penalties and Capitlas 3 in the period. The Wildcats would score on their last powerplay of the period @5:26. It was Jaycee Magwood who put the Wildcats up 2-0. Vallotton and Kirkup getting the assists. Again seconds before the period ended, the Cats pressuring would strike again. This time is was Karissa Kirkup with a fast pass to Ashleigh Brykaliuk  and on her knees who would put one top shelf. The shots on goal Wildcats 11 Capitals 10. PERIOD 3 the aggressive play continued. The Capitlas pressuring on the Wildcat net. The Wildcats were handed 10 minutes of penalties. The game ended. Wildcats won 3-0. Campbell made 22 saves, for her 10th MFMHL shutout.


Westman Wildcats exhibition game at Hartney on Saturday, February 2nd 2013
Feb 2, 2013, 4:00 am

Westman Wildcats 2  Shaftsbury Titans Prep 3


Karissa Kirkup commits to University of Maine Black Bears
Jan 28, 2013, 3:30 pm

Karissa Kirkup logo

Kirkup Commits to the University of Maine Black Bears

Karissa Kirkup has committed to play for the University of Maine Black Bears for the 2013-2014 Season. The school is located in Orono, Maine enrolling more than 12,000 students. It is a 4 year University whose Black Bears play in the Women's Hockey East Association (WHEA). Karissa hails from Virden, Manitoba. Karissa has been a very consistent performer with the organization in her 4 years as a Wildcat. She has notched 130 goals and has added 134 assists in her midget career. Karissa won a silver medal in November as she played for Team Manitoba at the National U-18 Women's Championships in Dawson Creek, BC. She recently won the MVP award, top plus/minus award and earned a spot on the 1st all star team at the Mac's midget tournament over the Christmas break .The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate Karissa and wish her good luck with her academic and athletic goals in the NCAA and as a Black Bear. 


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