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Westman Wildcats League game @ Shoal Lake Wednesday, January 9th 2013
Jan 10, 2013, 8:48 am

WESTMAN WILDCATS IMPROVE RECORD TO  14-5-1

WILDCATS 9th WIN ON 10 CONSECUTIVE MFMHL GAMES

Wildcats 3  Yellowhead Chiefs
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The Wildcats were at Shoal Lake for a game with the Yellowhead Chiefs on Wednesday, January 9th. Game time was 7:30pm. This was the third league matchup out of four scheduled MFMHL games, they will play again on Wednesday, January 23rd back at Shoal Lake.
The game saw a battle on the boards. The Chiefs appreared to be ready for a game with the Wildcats. Penalties handed out in the game, Wildcats 6 Chiefs 7. Period One started slow with shots on goal. At the midway point of the period it was a 1-0 game for the Cats, Haney scored with Pringle's help. Period Two the Wildcats out shot the Chiefs 18-5. The Cats second goal came from Kirkup after getting a quick feed from Coey with Brykaliuk getting the play started. The period ended 2-0 for the Wildcats. Period Three the Cats got another goal from Magwood at 11:29 with assists going to M. Roberston and Haney. The Chiefs adding pressure the remainder of the period. Game ended 3-0 for the Wildcats. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 36 Chiefs 29.
Campbell played well blocking all shots and earned her second consecutive league shutout and third shutout vs. the Chiefs.

The Wildcats next league game is this Saturday, January 12th at Hartney @ 6:00pm with the Eastman Selects.


Amanda Coey Commits to Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets
Jan 8, 2013, 11:59 am

 

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Coey commits to University of Wisconsin-Superior Yellowjackets

Amanda Coey has verbally committed to play for the Division 3 Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets for the 2013-2014 hockey season. The school is situated on Lake Superior and enrolls 4000 students.   It is a 4 year University whose Yellowjackets play in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association(NCHA). The women's hockey team currently sits in 4th place in the NCHA standings. Amanda hails from Brandon, Mb where she maintains honor roll status at the Crocus Plains Regional Secondary high school. Amanda plans on majoring in Science when she enrolls at the University. Amanda has been a consistent player for the Wildcats in this being her 4th year in the organization. She has amassed 67 goals and 61 assists respectively in her time as a Wildcat and really looks forward in continuing to be an offensive threat for the Yellowjackets. The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate Amanda on her recent achievement and wish her good luck with her academic and athletic goals in the NCAA and as a Yellowjacket.


Ashleigh Brykaliuk brings home GOLD from U18 in Finland with Team Canada
Jan 7, 2013, 5:05 pm


Westman Wildcats @ Hartney for MFMHL game Sunday, January 6th 2013
Jan 7, 2013, 10:10 am

WILDCATS WITH TWO LEAGUE WINS ON PEMBINA VALLEY HAWKS

The Westman Wildcats were at Hartney Community Arena Sunday, January 6th for their first MFMHL game for 2013. The visiting team was the 2012 Esso Cup Champions Pembina Valley Hawks. This was the last of a four league matchup for these teams. The Wildcats with the win at home Sunday 1-0, each team has two wins. The Cats first win 2-0 over the Hawks was in Altona on December 15th. The third league game Saturday, December 22nd at Manitou was two minutes away from a 0-0 game, when the Hawks got a shorthanded goal from Carels.

Sunday, January 6th:   Wildcats 1  Hawks 0
The first period saw the Wildcats come out pressuring the Hawks with opportunites at the net. The Cats would be the first to get one on the scoreboard at 16:13 from Magwood with assists going to Hunt and Kirkup. It was a physical game with all the Cats forwards and defence contributing until the timeclock ended in the third period.  Penalties: Wildcats 3  Hawks 0    Shots on Goal: Wildcats 22  Hawks 32. 
Campbell shutout the Hawks again. This was her 5th MFMHL shutout and 8th for the season.

The Westman Wildcats next league game is Wednesday, January 9th with the Yellowhead Chiefs at Shoal Lake. Game Time 7:30pm.
 


Goalie of the Month
Jan 6, 2013, 12:34 pm

MFMHL

GOALTENDER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (GDI)

GOALIE OF THE MONTH

December - Kristen Campbell - Westman Wildcats

The GDI Goalie of the Month is Kristen Campbell of the Westman Wildcats. Campbell a grade 10 student from Brandon posted a record of 3 wins - 1 loss with 2 shutouts while only allowing 2 goals over the Wildcats' 4 game span. This season Campbell a first year midget for the Wildcats has a GAA of 1.11 and save % of .956 good for 3rd and 2nd in league rankings.

 Kristen Campbell


Canada U18 goes for gold
Jan 4, 2013, 11:54 am

Ashley Brykaliuk notched a hat trick, while Genevieve Bannon and Kristin Gilmour scored their first international goals, to boost Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team to a 7-2 win over Sweden in semifinal action Friday at U18 women’s worlds in Finland.

Canada concluded the preliminary round Tuesday with a 7-0 win over Germany at Arena Vierumäki. Halli Krzyzaniak (Neepawa, Man./Pursuit of Excellence, Midget AAA) opened the scoring at 9:25 in the first, with Hanna Bunton (Belleville, Ont./Whitby, PWHL) adding another just 21 seconds later and Catherine Daoust (Île-Bizard, Que./Saint-Laurent, Collégial AA) scoring her first international goal on a power play at 16:25 in the period.

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Ashleigh Byrkaliuk (Brandon, Man./Westman, MFMHL) scored in the first period and notched the game-winner in the shootout, Hanna Bunton (Belleville, Ont./Whitby, PWHL) added one in the second and Halli Krzyzaniak (Neepawa, Man./Pursuit of Excellence, Midget AAA) had a goal in the third in what was a fast-paced game with 500 fans watching from the stands. Jessica Dodds (London, Ont./London, PWHL) and Kimberly Newell (Burnaby, B.C./Princeton University, ECAC) split duties between the posts for Canada.

Earlier in the preliminary round, Canada beat Hungary 4-1 on Saturday, Dec. 29 and blanked Finland 4-0 on Sunday, Dec. 30. Finland finished in second, Hungary came in third and Germany took fourth place. In Group B, the United States finished in first, followed by Sweden, the Czech Republic and Russia.

Quarter-finals are scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 2, semifinals are set for Friday, Jan. 4 and medal round games take place Saturday, Jan. 5.

Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team is defending the gold medal at this year’s IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship. Captain Kristyn Capizzano, alternate captains Emily Clark and Krzyzaniak, along with Brykaliuk and Catherine Dubois (Quebec City, Que./Limoilou, Collégial AA), all return this year after winning the 2012 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship in Prerov and Zlin, Czech Republic. Dodds, Kristin Gilmour (Millgrove, Ont./Oakville, PWHL) and Nurse are making their Team Canada debuts.

Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team includes two goaltenders, seven defencemen and 13 forwards. Seventeen players were members of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team for a three-game series against the U.S. Women’s Under-18 Team in August in Blaine, Minn., winning two of those games.


Kirkup MVP at Mac's Tournament
Jan 2, 2013, 7:31 pm

 

The Westman Wildcats’ undefeated run at the Mac's AAA Midget Hockey Tournament was stopped in Monday's semifinals in Calgary. However, they didn't go home empty-handed as Virden's Karissa Kirkup was named the tournament MVP, a first-team all-star and also earned the plus/minus award after scoring five goals and notching seven points in five games. The Wildcats dropped a 1-0 decision to the eventual champion Edmonton Thunder, with Elizabeth Salyn's first period goal standing up as the game winner. The Wildcats, members of the Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League, had finished first in their pool with three wins and a tie to advance to the semifinals.

 

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Mac's Midget AAA Invitational Tournament @ Calgary Dec. 26 - Jan. 1
Dec 31, 2012, 5:29 pm

The Female Division at the Mac's had 15 Teams with 3 pools of 5, Westman Wildcats only team from Manitoba.
WESTMAN WILDCATS HAVE BEST SHOWING IN THE HISTORY OF THE WILDCAT ORGANIZATION AT THE MAC'S TOURNAMENT THIS YEAR !  Placing 1st in round-robin pool with 3-0-1 record, played in a semi final game with the winner playing on Championship Day in Gold Medal Game.

December 31st Semi-Final Game:
WESTMAN WILDCATS 0  EDMONTON THUNDER 1
The Edmonton Thunder the last two years were the runner up to the Mac's Champions.
This game saw 32 minutes of penalties handed out: Cats 13 (6-2-5), Thunder 3 (1-1-1).
Shots on Goal Wildcats 3-3-5 and Thunder 12-6-7. The Thunder scoring mid way through the first period. Campbell made 24 saves.

Round-Robin Summary:
WILDCATS 6   THOMPSON OKANAGAN ROCKETS 1
This was the Wildcats first game of the tournament at 9:00am December 26th. Shots on Goal Wildcats 40 Rockets 14. The Cats six goals from- First Period, Pringle (assisted Ganske and M. Robertson) and Kirkup (assist from Vallotton). Second Period, Kirkup (assisted by Magwood and Vallotton) and an unassisted one from Danis. Third Period, Dyck and Magwood completed the scoring. Game Penalties Wildcats  Campbell made 13 saves.

WILDCATS 3    MELVILLE PRAIRIE FIRE 1
The Wildcats outshot Melville 43-16.    
     

 

 

 

 


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