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Melissa Hunt makes Team Manitoba
Oct 7, 2013, 7:41 pm


Congratulations to Melissa Hunt who was selected for Team Manitoba. Team Manitoba will compete at the National Women’s U-18 Championships held November 6-10 in Calgary, AB.

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. Ontario Blue is the defending champion, winning its first gold medal at last year’s tournament in Dawson Creek, B.C.


Wildcats vs St. Mary's Academy Flames
Oct 6, 2013, 5:48 pm

The Wildcats finished off the weekend with an afternoon exhibition tilt versus St. Mary's Academy. From the opening faceoff the pace was brisk and the intensity was high. Jaycee Magwood opened the scoring on a wrap-around midway through the period with assists going to Megan Robertson and Ashton Bell. St. Mary's responded with a pair of goals before the end of the period.

In the 2nd period, St. Mary's extended the lead to 3-1 with an early goal. The Wildcats responded midway through the period on Jaycee Magwood's unassisted marker. Amber Tilbury kept it a 1 goal game with a superb stop on a short handed breakaway. St. Mary's restored the 2 goal lead with just under 3 minutes to play in the period.

The 3rd period was full of action as both teams pushed for the next goal. Each team had their chances on the powerplay with the St. Mary's goaltender making a game changing save on a one timer off the stick of KJ Wallace. With 5 minutes to play, St. Mary's sealed the deal on the powerplay to go ahead 5-2.

Amber Tilbury suffered the loss. Shots on goal were 32-19 in favour of St. Mary's.

Wildcats vs Ice in Winnipeg - League Game #1
Oct 6, 2013, 7:31 am

The Westman Wildcats traveled to Winnipeg on Saturday night to face the Winnipeg Ice. This game marked the beginning of the regular season for both squads. The two teams had faced one another last Sunday at the Central Plains Showcase with the Wildcats winning 3-2.

The first period was a very slopping one for the Wildcats as the were unable to put forward a consistent effort. The Ice got on the scoreboard first with rebound goal on the powerplay. Sky Brown, the Wildcats starting goalie, had just made 3 great saves but the puck careened off another player and slid just over the line. The period ended 1-0 in favour of the Ice. Shots on goal were 11-5 in favour of the Ice.

The Westman squad came out with a completely different effort in the second period. They pushed the pace of the game each and every shift resulting in Jaedon Cooke scoring the tying goal off a goal mouth scramble 5 minutes into the period. Assists went to Ashton Bell and Jaycee Magwood. Kenzie Robinson just over a minute later on another goal mouth scramble as the Wildcats began to overwhelm the Ice. Assists went to Mackenzie Roach and Shae Vallotton. Megan Robertson scored the 3rd unanswered goal with 5 minutes remaining in the period off a shot from the slot during a 4 on 4 situation. Assists went to Jaycee Magwood and Shae Vallotton. Jaycee Magwood finished off the scoring with 3:10 remaining in the 2nd period on a wraparound with assists going to Megan Robertson and Gina Williams. Shots on goal in the second period were 16-4 in favour of the Wildcats.

The 3rd period saw more of the same type of play as the Wildcats continued to dominate. However, the only goal came off the stick of Mackenzie Roach with 4 minutes remaining. It was a powerplay marker, assisted by Kenzie Robinson. Shot on goal in the 3rd period were 16-4 in favour of the Wildcats for a game total of 37-16 in favour of the Wildcats. Sky Brown picked up the victory.

Westman's next action is an exhibition tilt on Sunday, October 6th vs St. Mary's Academy Flames at 12:30 PM at the IcePlex.

Power Smart Manitoba Winter Games
Oct 2, 2013, 5:11 pm

Kirkup, Dekezel, Franklin and Phillips to lead Westman Female Hockey Team


The  Power Smart Manitoba Winter Games which will be held in the Morden, Stanley, and Winkler communities from March 5-8 will bring together some of the best female hockey players in the province of Manitoba. The Westman hockey team will consist of players from the Brandon and Southwest regions of Manitoba. For Sport Manitoba players play in the region they reside in, regardless of transfers or where they play during the season.

Players in these two regions will be scouted in the next two months by the coaching staff. There are NO tryouts being held for this team. The players who are selected for the Westman region hockey team will be informed by the Hockey Manitoba office, by December 1st. If players are not contacted prior to December 1st  then they were not selected to represent their region.

The team will consist of 19 players. The players who are eligible are all females 16, 15, and 14 years of age as of December 31,2013 residing in the Westman area (Born in 1997, 1998 Midget  or 1999 Bantam).

The Coaching staff will include Head Coach Kary Kirkup, Assistant Coaches Dan Dekezel, Neil Franklin and Brittany Phillips. The Manager will be Penny Hunt.

There will be 8 teams competing in the games in Morden with two teams from Winnipeg, one each from Central, Eastman, Interlake, Norman, Yellowhead/Parkland, and Westman/Brandon.  

After the Power Smart Manitoba Games 40 players will be chosen to continue on with the process of selecting the Canada Winter Games team which will compete in the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC being held from February 13-March 1st/2015.

If there are any questions you can contact Kary Kirkup at 204.851.6567. 

Wildcats vs Winnipeg Ice at Central Plains Showcase in Portage
Sep 30, 2013, 6:35 am
The Wildcats completed action in the Central Plains Showcase on Sunday with a tilt against the Winnipeg Ice.  The Ice, a big, physical team played a very aggressive game throughout and the Wildcats pushed back which resulted in a number of penalties over the first half of the game.  The 1st period ended scoreless.
In the 2nd period, the Wildcats continued the parade to the penalty box.  This led to the Ice scoring the opening goal at 12:48 on a 5-3 advantage.  Westman tied it up on a powerplay marker of their own with Jaycee Magwood scoring her first of the game with assists going to Megan Robertson and Missy Hunt.  Less than a minute later though, the Ice restored the 1goal lead.  The Wildcats carried the play for the rest of the period but were unable to beat the Ice netminder.
The 3rd period was all Wildcats as the pressed for the tying goal.  They were rewarded at 11:35 as Jaycee Magwood notched her second of the game, assisted by Megan Roberston.  Four minutes later, Jaycee Magwood scored her hattrick goal and the eventual game winner off a brilliant shot under the bar.  The Wildcats shut down the Ice for the rest of the game.
Amber Tilbury picked up the win in net.  Shots on goal were 34 - 20 in favour of the Wildcats.
The Wildcats return to their home rink for a pair of practices this week before beginning the regular season Saturday night in Winnipeg vs the Ice at 6:30 at Dakota.  They play St. Mary's Prep School the following day at 12:30 at ReMax Arena at the Ice Plex.

Wildcats vs Eastman at Central Plains Showcase in Portage
Sep 29, 2013, 8:34 am

Short report today for this game - Just the facts.

Final Score - Westman 7 - Eastman 3

Shots were 40-7 in favour of Westman

Westman Goals

1st Period

19:41 - Missy Hunt from Ashton Bell and Megan Robertson
17:52 - Jenna Patterson from Jaycee Magwood
2:42 - Jossa Danis from Jaedon Cooke and KJ Wallace

2nd Period

No scoring

3rd Period

15:49 - Keisha Robertson from Amie Hunt and Gina Williams
13:37 - Missy Hunt from Mackenzie Roach and Jaycee Magwood
9:41 - Shae Vallotton
1:04 - Jenna Patterson - short handed

Wildcats vs Avros at Central Plains Showcase in Portage
Sep 29, 2013, 8:04 am

The Westman Wildcats stepped on to the ice to face the Winnipeg Avros for the second time this season. The Wildcats were looking to avenge a 4-1 loss at Swift Current.

The Wildcats came out and established their presence early with a strong forecheck that resulted in an unassisted early goal off the stick of Jaycee Magwood. The Avros responded later in the frame and both teams entered the intermission tied 1-1.

The intensity level picked up even more in the second period with a lot of physical play. This time though it was the Avros who caught the Wildcats napping early as they were able to score on the 1st shift of the period. Both teams pushed hard throughout the period with the Avros stretching their lead to 3-1 before Jenna Patterson was able to bring the Wildcats within a goal before the end of the 2nd period. Jaycee Magwood and Mackenzie Roach picked up the assists.

The 3rd period saw more of the same energy and emotion. The Avros stretched their lead out to 4-2 early in the 3rd and began to plug up the middle of the ice. Half way through the period the Wildcats found a completely different gear and began to push back aggressively. Their intensity on the puck and strong cycle led to a powerplay chance with 7:30 left in the period. KJ Wallace drove the net off the faceoff and buried a heavy shot from the slot to pull Westman within 1 goal. Jaedon Cooke picked up the lone assist. The Wildcats continued to press and hemmed the Avros in their own end each shift. Westman's aggression led to a penalty with just under 4 minutes to play that they would kill off. The Wildcats put on a final push in the remaining 2 minutes and pulled their goalie for the extra attacker. Their high energy and intensity paid off as Ashton Bell snapped home a rebound shot from the slot to tie the game with 30 seconds remaining.

Sky Brown stopped 18 of 22 shots she faced. The Wildcats fired 28 shots on the Avros goal.

Game vs Pembina Valley at Central Plains Showcase in Portage
Sep 27, 2013, 7:02 pm

The Wildcats began the Central Plains Showcase in Portage with an afternoon tilt against the team that ended their provincial championship aspirations last season, the Pembina Valley Hawks.

Both teams came out aggressive in the 1st period. The pace was fast and the energy level was high as both teams got re-acquainted with each other.

In the 2nd period the Wildcats opened the scoring 3:30 into the period on a one-time shot by Mackenzie Roach on a setup by Megan Robertson. The score remained the same until 6:43 remaining in the period when KJ Wallace shoved in a rebound off of a goal mouth scramble on the powerplay. The Wildcats weren't done there as they scored a 3rd goal with 3:15 remaining in the 2nd period when Courtney Ganske fired a shot off a pass from Jaycee Magwood. Gina Williams also assisted on the goal.

In the 3rd period it was more of the same as the Wildcats pushed the pace and scored a 2nd powerplay marker with 4:44 remaining in the game on a goal by Megan Robertson, assisted by Jaycee Magwood. Sky Brown picked up the victory in net as she stopped all 20 shots she faced.

The Wildcats outshot Pembina Valley 21-20. Westman's next action is Saturday at 12:30 PM against the Winnipeg Avros. They are on the ice again at 5:15 PM against Eastman. On Sunday they face the Winnipeg Ice at 3:00 PM

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