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Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp Day Two
Mar 23, 2012, 12:16 pm

 Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp 2012

 

The pace at the second inter-squad game of the Spring Prospect camp was a lot quicker as the players were getting comfortable with each other.

Team Blue beat Team White 4-2. Jaycee Magwood of Killarney scored 4 unanswered goals after Team White got out to a 2-0 lead. Team Blue forward Keisha Robertson of Virden had a nice assist on Magwood's second goal. Pacing Team White's attack was Karissa Kirkup of Virden with a goal and an assist. Scoring her first goal of the Prospects was Haley Husmann of Fairfax going to the net and burying a rebound from a shot from the point. Also picking up an assist on Kirkup’s first goal was Jossa Danis of Brandon.

In the second period goalie Rachelle Lougheed of Melita made a spectacular save on Lexie Kalynuk of Virden to keep the score close. Kaitlyn Crowe of Deloraine and Brianna Williams of Souris were very solid defensively for their respective teams.

The Final matchup goes Friday night at 7:30. This is the last chance for the girls to make a good 

impression to the coaching staff before tryouts in September.


Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp Day One
Mar 22, 2012, 9:17 am

It was a fun night had by all current and future Wildcats at the first of three Spring Prospect inter-squad games. Former Wildcat Kiara De Kezel put the players through some drills before Team Blue battled Team White. Kiara is home for the USA spring break before heading back to the University of Wisconsin Superior to start the last semester. She plays hockey there for the NCAA Division 3 Yellowjackets. She had a great first year playing some high caliber hockey.

Team White beat Team Blue 3-1. Karissa Kirkup scored 2 for Team White and Teagan Pringle rounded out the scoring. Jaycee Magwood got the lone goal for Team Blue. Kristen Campbell and Rachelle Lougheed were busy in the nets stopping numerous high caliber scoring chances. 32 players took part in the first night of action. The Wildcat program has a very good future with a lot of quality young hockey players coming up. If you still want to come to camp, the sessions start at 7:30 on both Thursday and Friday night. Just show up and the organizers will get you on a team.

Please note for Thursday. Special guest speaker and former Wildcat coach Dwight Pollock will be discussing the opportunities that are available for female hockey players beyond the midget level. His presentation will start at 6:00.


Westman Wildcats Prospect Camp
Mar 14, 2012, 12:09 pm

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the Westman Wildcat Prospect Camp for the 2012-2013 season.  This camp is open to all 1995 – 1999 born players.

The Westman Wildcat Female Midget Hockey Program offers elite level players in the Westman region the opportunity to compete against and with the highest level female midget  players in North America.

Information can be seen on web site www.westmanwildcats.com  which covers our

schedule, stats, tournaments, links and  team news stories.

Camp Times

March 21                   7:30pm – 9:15pm                 Hartney Arena

March 22                   7:30pm – 9:15pm                 Hartney Arena

March 23                  7:30pm – 9:15pm                 Hartney Arena

 

Camp Registration is available online at www.westmanwildcats.com   

Click on the camp registration on left hand side

For additional information or if you unable to register online contact:

 Carole Williams        483-3622

 Penny Hunt              858-2183

 

$25 camp fee (payable to Hartney Junior Sports)        

Hartney Junior Sports

C/0 Todd Ardron

Box 131

Hartney, MB              R0M 0X0


Three Former Wildcats Lead CIS Lethbridge Pronghorns to Playoffs
Mar 12, 2012, 8:57 am

The CIS Lethbridge Pronghorns made their first appearance inthe Can-West Playoffs this season since 2005-2006 led by three former Westman Wildcats.

Jenna-Marie Durnin (Wildcats 2006-2009) had a breakout year
in the CIS Can-West Conference playing top line, PP and PK for her team.
Durnin, a former assistant captain and member of the 2009 National Championship
Wildcat squad, was third on the Pronghorns with points netting 7 goals, 12
assists for 19 points.

Amy Van Buskirk (Wildcats 2007-2008) was the top point
getting defencman on this seasons Pronghorns, netting 2 with 11 assists for 13
points. Van Buskirk, a former Wildcat captain, was instrumental in her teams
resurgence in the league as the team’s top D man.

Megan Bailey (Wildcats 2007-2010), helped the Pronghorns
clinch a playoff berth with strong play down the stretch. Bailey, also a member
of the National Champion Wildcat 2009 team, had three goals and two assists for
five points this season.

Durnin, from Wawanesa, Van Buskirk, from Brandon, and Bailey from Oak Lake will return next year to help continue the Pronghorns climb upthe CIS ladder.


Former Wildcat, Nellie Minshull, Named CIS West All-Star
Mar 7, 2012, 4:31 pm



Bisons Addie Miles and Former Westman Wildcat, Nellie Minshull named as 2011-12
Canada West Women’s Hockey Second Team All-Stars

The 2011-12 Canada West women’s hockey all-star
teams and post-season honours were announced by the conference on Thursday,
February 23. The University of Manitoba Bisons had two players honoured for
their efforts.

Bison women’s hockey defenceman/forward Addie Miles
andformer
Westman
Wildcat
, forward Nellie Minshull were
named as a 2011-12 Canada West Second Team All-Stars. This is the fourth
consecutive conference all-star honour for Miles while the first all-star
selection
for
Minshull.

Miles, 22, capped her five years Bison career in
style by converting from the forward to defenceman position to earn this
conference recognition. The Winnipeg native was once again the team top scorer
for the fifth consecutive season
and was eighth in the Canada West scoring with 22
points (nine goals, 13 assists) while playing all 24 conference regular season
games in 2011-12. The team captain leaves Manitoba being one of the most
award-winner players in the program’s 15 year history.

In her five year career, Miles was a second team all-star in 2009-10, 2010-11 and
2011-12 (defence) plus first team all-star in 2008-09 and Canada West Rookie of
the Year and All-Rookie Team in the 2007-08 season. Along with the conference
rewards, Miles played for Team Canada and won gold at the 2011 Winter
Universiade in Erzurum, Turkey. In addition, Miles finished as Top Bison
all-time scorer and tenth overall in Canada West scoring with 123 points (52
goals, 71 assists) in 116 of 120 regular season games.

 

Minshull, 22, completed her fourth year at Manitoba and had her
best season on offence to earn her first conference selection.
The Pierson, MB native was second in team scoring and tied for ninth in Canada West scoring with 21 points
(11 goals, ten assists) while playing all 24 conference regular season games in
2011-12. An alternate captain this season, she improved her best offensive
output by five points from last season. Minshull was also selected to the
Canada West All-Rookie Team in the 2008-09 season. In addition, Minshull has
played in 91 of 96 regular season games with 60 points (34 goals, 36 assists).

“Addie had a great season playing a different position and did everything to put the
team on her back this season,” said Bison women’s hockey head coach Jon Rempel.
“Nellie was the most consistent and offensive player while playing a complete season this year.”


Game 1 vs. Central Plains
Feb 25, 2012, 9:58 am

The first period saw the Capitols come out strong and forcing the play of the Cats who appeared nervous  and made some risky plays. Central Plains was able to capitolize on this and scored  at the end of the first period to take a 1-0 lead into the second. The second saw the Cats calmer and making better choices as the play was back and forth through out much of the period. Badiou was able to put the puck away for thr first of 3 goals in the period followed by Pringle on the powerplay and Dyck with a goal with only 1 second remaining allowing the Cats a 3-1 lead for the third.

The Westman team came out in the third determined to increase and hold the lead and Kirkup put in the fourth goal of the game 3 minutes in for a 4-1 lead, this remained the final score as Kristen Campbell played a solid game in net for the Cats. The second game of this best of five takes place in Portage Sunday at 1:15.


Westman Wildcats Spring Classic
Feb 20, 2012, 4:45 pm

Congratulations to the Winnipeg Avros on winning the

Westman Wildcats Spring Classic

 

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Playoff Games
Feb 18, 2012, 6:07 pm

Saturday Play off Games

Yellowhead (11)  6      vs   Parkland (12)  2

Swift Current (9) 5OT    vs    Norman (10) 4

Winnipeg Avros (1)  2  vs  Westman (4)  0

Pembina Valley (2)  1  vs  St Mary's (3)  5

Sunday Playoff Games

Winnipeg Ice (7) 1   vs     Melville (8) 3

Central Plains (5)  3   vs     Eastman (6)  2

pembina valley  2  vs   westman wildcats 1

Winnipeg avros   6    vs  st mary's   0


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