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

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

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

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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. 

Westman Wildcats @ Hartney for MFMHL game Sunday, January 27th 2013
Jan 27, 2013, 5:40 pm

with Win over Eastman Selects

Wildcats 5  Eastman 0 

The Wildcats played a third game for the weekend on Sunday, January 27th at Hartney, which was a MFMHL game with the Eastman Selects. This game the Wildcats outshot Eastman 45-27. There were 11 penalties handed out, with 8 to the Wildcats. Period 1 saw Samantha Dyck net the Cats first goal with the assist going to Courtney Ganske. Period 2 The Cats were handed three more penalties. It was at the midway point when Dyck would shelf her second goal with assists going to Amanda Coey and Ashliegh Brykaliuk. Four minutes later, Amanda Coey netted a goal with help from Brykaliuk and Dyck. Period 3 with Eastman working to get one past the Wildcat goalie. The Cats would add another from Karissa Haney on a Cats powerplay assisted by Coey and Ganske. At 6:36, it was Amanda Coey picking up a shorthanded goal for her second of the game assists going to Brykaliuk and Dyck. Campbell earned her 9th MFMHL shutout.

Westman Wildcats play two Exhibition Games @ Hartney Friday, January 25th & Saturday, January 26th 2013
Jan 27, 2013, 1:19 am

The Wildcats played two exhibition games Friday, January 25th and Saturday, January 26th at Hartney with St. Mary's Academy Flames Prep School from Winnipeg.
This game saw both teams playing hard. The Wildcats outshot St. Mary's 42-28. Penalties handed out: Wildcats 4 St. Mary's 2. Period 1 saw The Cats getting on the scoreboard first at 6:52 with a powerplay goal from Jessica Vallotton.The period ended 1-0 for the Wildcats. Period 2 both teams battling for the puck. St. Mary's would get a powerplay goal at 14:21. The period ended 1-1. Period 3 Less than four minutes in, The Wildcats got the lead. Karissa Haney put one past the Flames goalie, with help from Magwood and Patterson. Shortly after, St. Mary's adding pressure on a five on three powerplay but unable to capitalize on the Wildcat net. The fast tempo building.At the 3:55 mark St. Mary's would get the tying goal. Less than a minute left in the period, The Cats quickley got the winner. The crowd cheered on the exciting play they witnessed. The goal was a quick shot from Samantha Dyck, with assists going to Teagan Pringle and Ashleigh Brykaliuk. The Cats won 3-2. Campbell made 26 saves.
This game saw 14 penalties handed out, seven to each team. Period 1 saw end to end action. St.Mary's pressuring would get a powerplay goal at 8:58. Period 2 the tempo building. The Cats with more scoring opportunites on the St. Mary's goalie. The Cats defending a four minute penalty six minutes left in the period. Period 3 The fast pace continued. Both teams handed 3 penalities each in the period. Campbell made 46 saves in the game.

Westman Wildcats MFMHL game @ Shoal Lake Wednesday, January 24th 2013
Jan 24, 2013, 1:11 am


The Wildcats were at Shoal Lake on Wednesday, January 23rd for the last of a four MFMHL game schedule with the Yellowhead Chiefs. This game saw 11 penalties handed out. Wildcats were shorthanded for 16 minutes and the Chiefs 6 minutes, accounting for the close shots on goal. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 27 Chiefs 24. Period 1 saw the Chiefs stepping up and at times outworking the Wildcats. The period ended 0-0. Period 2 The Wildcats picked up their pace. The Cats with shots on goal opportunities. It was at 10:58 when Samantha Dyck's shot got the Wildcats on the scoreboard with the assist going to Amanda Coey. Before the period ended Jaycee Magwood put the Cats up 2-0, with help from Karissa Kirkup and Karissa Haney. Period 3 saw The Cats handed 5 penalties, with 2 for the Chiefs. The Chiefs were playing hard to get on the scoreboard. The Wildcats mid period got another goal, this time from Ashleigh Brykaliuk assisted by Melissa Hunt. Six minutes later Gina Williams notched the next Wildcat goal with her shot from the blue line. Campbell earned the shutout, for her 8th MFMHL shutout.

Westman Wildcats at The Pas for weekend MFMHL games January 19th and 20th 2013
Jan 24, 2013, 1:08 am


Saturday, January 19th @ 7:30pm

Sunday, January 20th @ 10:30 am

*Refer to Game Schedule for stats.

Ashleigh Bykaliuk commits to University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs
Jan 21, 2013, 1:55 pm


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Brykaliuk commits to the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs

Ashleigh Brykaliuk has committed to play for the Division 1 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs for the 2013-2014 hockey season.  It is a 4 year University whose Bulldogs play in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA). Brandon, Manitoba is where Ashleigh hails from and she attends Vincent Massey High School. Ashleigh, a forward with the Wildcats, has been a consistent performer so far this season with the Wildcats accumulating 28 goals and 26 assists in 40 games. Before joining the Wildcats for her final year of midget, she starred for the Balmoral Hall Blazers of the Junior Women's hockey league (JWHL). In that year with the Blazers in the 2011-2012 season she amassed 15 goals and added 26 assists in 30 games finishing 4th in conference scoring. Ashleigh won a silver medal in November when she played for Team Manitoba at the National U-18 Midget Female Championships. Over the Christmas break she got a chance to represent Team Canada at the 2012 U-18 World Women's hockey championships, winning a Gold medal. The Wildcat organization would like to congratulate Ashleigh on her accomplishments and wish her good luck with her academic and athletic goals in the NCAA and as a Bulldog. 

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