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Hockey Manitoba Top 100
May 16, 2013, 11:26 am

11 Wildcats attend POE tryouts in Winnipeg 2013

The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate the players that were selected for the Program of Excellence Top 100 Spring Tournament held in Winnipeg from March 28-30. This was the first stage in deciding who will play for Team Manitoba in the 2013 National Women’s U-18 Championships in Calgary, AB November 6-10. Congrats to the players who were chosen to attend the camp! Pictures are below with the names in order (clockwise R-L). Jaycee Magwood from Killarney, Gina Williams-Souris, Courtney Ganske-Killarney, Kristen Campbell-Chater, Megan Robertson-Boissevain, Melissa Hunt-Hartney, Jenna Patterson-Boissevain, Keisha Robertson-Oak Lake Beach, Kaitlyn Crowe-Deloraine, KJ Wallace-Oak Lake, and Jossa Danis-Brandon.

Jaycee  Gina  Courtney  Kristen   Megan  MelissaJenna  Keisha  Kaitlyn  KJ  Jossa




May 6, 2013, 11:17 am



Brigette                     Brigettte

Former Westman Wildcat and current University of Minnesota Duluth player Brigette Lacquette has been chosen by Hockey Canada to come to Calgary on August 6 and train full time for the chance to make Team Canada for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Lacquette was one of four current or former Bulldog players named to Canada's National Women's Team centralization roster Thursday, along with UMD alumni Jocelyne Larcoque, Haley Irwin and Caroline Ouellette. One of 27 players that will be centralized, Lacquette, a sophomore from Mallard, Manitoba, was one of only five players chosen to join Canada that was not on the world championship roster from earlier this year. Brigette was part of the Esso Cup winning Wildcats in the 2008/2009 hockey season before going on to play for the Bulldogs. Brigette is the fourth player from the Wildcats organization who has been selected to try out for Team Canada along with former Wildcat star Brittany Phillips-Colgate University, Karissa Kirkup-University of Maine and Ashleigh Brykaliuk- University of Minnesota-Duluth.

The Westman Wildcats would like to wish Brigette good luck on trying to crack the Women’s National team. 

Kirkup and Brykaliuk invited to Canada's U22 Strength and Conditioning Camp
Apr 26, 2013, 8:34 am




Congratulations to Karissa Kirkup and Ashleigh Brykaliuk for being invited to attend Hockey Canada’s U22 strength and conditioning camp. Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Program is conducting the camp for U22 aged athletes in consideration for their program for the 2013-2014 season. The camp will take place in Toronto, April 24th – April 28th. The camp will assess individual fitness levels and will help start a proper summer training program. The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate Karissa and Ashleigh for achieving their dreams and goals and maybe someday playing for the National Women’s team. Good luck and make us proud!

The second step in Canada’s Program of Excellence, the National Women’s Under22/Development Team meets twice a year, for a summer camp and three-game series, typically against the U.S., in August, and again for an international tournament in January.

Since 1990, Canada’s National Women’s Team has been a power on the world stage, winning 10 world titles, three Olympic gold medals and 12 - 3 Nations/4 Nations Cups. Its success has helped women’s hockey registration numbers skyrocket in the last decade.

Assistant Coaches named for 2013-2014 Season
Apr 23, 2013, 10:35 am

The Westman Wildcats are pleased to announce the following additions to the coaching staff for the 2013-2014 season.

Dan De Kezel will again be behind the bench as an assistant coach for the upcoming 2013-2014 season.  Dan brings 19 years of coaching experience with the last 8 of those years with Regional Program and the Westman Wildcats.  He was part of the coaching staff that led the Westman Wildcats to their win of the inaugural Esso Cup in 2008-2009.  He coached the Regional Bantam Challenge Team for 2 years and has been involved with the Wildcats since 2007.   Dan brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience with the Wildcat Program and that expertise is invaluable.  Dan also played Junior A Hockey with Weyburn and Melville of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.

Dan is Maintenance Supervisor at the Deloraine  School and resides in Deloraine with his wife Siggi.  Kiara their daughter who is a former Wildcat will be entering her 3rd year with the University of Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets. 


Tod Wallace joined the Wildcats mid-season last year and we look forward to his return as an Assistant Coach.  Tod is a goalie who played his Minor Hockey with the Yellowhead Chief’s AAA midget hockey and then went on to play with the Bottineau Junior College team and then 4 years with the North Dakota State University who play in the ACHA Division 1.   Tod has coached Minor Hockey for 11 years and has been involved as an assistant coach with the Director’s Cup Team.

Tod works at MAFRI and resides in Oak Lake with his wife Penny and their three children Kjierstan, Riley and Hunter.


Doug Roach will be joining the coaching staff for the 2013-2014 season.  Doug has an extensive background in hockey having played goal for  3 years with the Estevan Bruins of the SJHL and 4 Years of University with the Brandon University Bobcats of the CIS.  Doug has coached hockey for 16 years, 8 in the minor hockey system, 6 in high school hockey and most recently the last 2 years with the AAA Female Bantam Regional Program.  Doug has also instructed at a number of hockey schools over the past 8 years.     The Wildcats are fortunate to have two goalies that have played at the elite level behind the bench next year.  Doug has completed his certifications to Development 1 and his past coaching experiences have shown him to have a creative mind and to think outside the box in his approach to coaching.

Doug is a high school teacher who resides in Virden with his wife Nikki  and their children Logan, Zack, Mackenzie and Brooklyn. 

The Wildcat Organization looks forward to an exciting new season in 2013 – 2014. 

Apr 17, 2013, 7:31 am



Ashleigh Brykaliuk of the Westman Wildcats has been voted by the members of the MFMHL as the 2013 Most Valuable Player. Brykaliuk helped the Wildcats to a solid second place standing in the regular season and the MFMHL Playoff Final. This past season Brykaliuk was 3rd in MFMHL regular season scoring and 3rd in playoff scoring while playing huge minutes on the powerplay and penalty kill for the Wildcats.

Brykaliuk who has tremendous speed and skill is a member of Hockey Manitoba`s Program of Excellence U18 Provincial Team (Silver at 2012 U18 Nationals) and Hockey Canada`s U18 National Team (Gold at 2013 U18 World Championship). Brykaliuk has commited to play hockey for the NCAA D1 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs starting next season.

                                 Congrats from the Westman Wildcat organization.

The Westman Wildcats announce Head Coach for the 2013- 2014 season.
Apr 8, 2013, 1:49 pm

Guy Williams will be leading the Wildcats into the new season and he brings with him experience as an active participant within the hockey community as a player, coach, and organizer.  Guy was a member of both the Portage Terriers of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Brandon Bobcats in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS).

Guy has coached for 14 years in the minor hockey system and more recently with the AAA Female Bantam program in the Westman South Region.  He received his Bachelor of Education in 1996 and has been teaching  for 17 years  with the last 8 years as principal of Hartney and now currently Souris School.

Guy has acquired hockey certification including his High Performance Level and the Wildcats look forward to the new season beginning in 2013- 2014.   He currently resides in Souris with his wife Rhonda and their three children Matt, Brianna and Tori who all play hockey.   The Westman Wildcats Organization look forward to  the upcoming year as he brings his experience to the program to  create an environment in which these young women can develop both the athletic skills and the life skills to reach their highest potential. 

Apr 7, 2013, 8:20 pm

The Westman Wildcat Prospect Camp for the 2013-2014 season begins this Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The response to the Prospect Camp has been fantastic and we have revamped the schedule to accommodate the numbers.    We have added a dryland component to the evenings so we ask that you bring along some workout clothes and runners as well as a water bottle. 



Team White 1 vs Team Blue 1   Arrive by 6:30pm.  On the ice at 7:40pm

Team White 2 vs Team Blue 2     Arrive by 7:40pm  On the ice at 8:40pm



Team White 1 vs Team Blue 2   Arrive by 7:00pm.  On the ice at 8:00pm

Team White 2 vs Team Blue 1  Arrive by 8:00pm.  On the ice at 9:00pm

Blue 1

Emma Greenwood-G-1997--#1

Kaitlyn Slator-G-2000--#35

Jessica “ Tree” Vallotton-D-1995--#16

Kaitlyn “Katie” Crowe-D-1998--#14

Shaelyn Vallotton-D-1999--#2

Stephanie Lyons-D-2000--#3

Sam “Sammy” Dyck-F-1995--#12

Keisha “Kesha” Robertson-F-1996--#17

Shayna Fluker-F-1996--#4

Mackenzie Roach-F-1998--#11

McKenzie Meek-F-1999--#6

Hayley Husmann-F-1999--#7

Brooklyn Roach-F-2000--#8

Jordyn Malyon-F-2000--#15

Lauren Murray-F-1999-#19


Blue 2

Amber “Tilly” Tilbury-G-1997--#1

Jenna Marshall-G-2000--#35

Jenna “Paddy” Patterson-D-1997--#3

Brittany Cross-D-1998--#10

Jasmine Pipella-D-1999--#5

Ashton Bell-D-1999--#12

Tori Williams-D-2000--#13

Karissa “KK” Kirkup-F-1995--#11

Ashleigh “Bryk” Brykaliuk-F-1995--#19

Megan “Robby” Robertson-F-1996--#15

Kenzie Robinson-F-1998--#14

Aimee Hunt-F-1998--#16

Shasta Kalmakoff-F-1999--#17

Camryn Clyne-F-2000--#18

Danielle Wallace-F-1998--#9

Jaedon Cook-F-1998--#2


White 1

Sky Brown-G-1996--#35

Gina “Beans” Williams-D-1996--#6

Courtney “Court” Ganske-D-1998--#4

Leah Richard-D-2000--#2

Jessica Walker-D-2000--#3

Amanda “Coo” Coey-F-1995--#13

Karissa “Haner” Haney-F-1995--#10

Jaycee “Mags” Magwood-F-1997--#7

Miranda Brigden-F-1998--#5

Faith Billaert -F-1999--#8

Rikki Clark-F-1999--#9

Brittany Bridges-F-1999--#11

Cameron Rinn-F-2000--#12


White 2

Kristen “Soupy” Campbell-G-1997--#35

Tori Eilers-G-2000--#1

Kaitlyn “Kato” Whaley-D-1995--#2

Melissa “Missy” Hunt-D-1997--#5

Brianna Williams-D-1998--#13

Ashley Seekings-D-2000--#14

Teagan “Chips” Pringle-F-1995--#9

Kjierstan “KJ” Wallace-F-1997--#8

Jossa “Joe” Danis-F-1997--#18

McKenna Thiessen-F-1998--#15

Andrea Sanderson-F-1999--#16

Haley Wickham-F-2000--#17

Cassie Bartley-F-2000--#19

Lexie Kalynuk-F-1997--#4




Westman Wildcats go 8 for 8
Apr 2, 2013, 2:49 pm



   Samantha TeaganKarissa Kaitlyn

The Wildcats organization would again like to congratulate our senior group of players for achieving their dreams and goals and receiving scholarships to universities entering the 2013/2014 hockey season. Sending this many girls on scholarships in one year is unprecedented and the Wildcat coaching staff and management would like to wish all of these players success in their academic and athletic goals. We are very proud of you for representing the Wildcat organization with hard work and dedication and the character you have shown over the past three to four years is second to none.  Good Luck!


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