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Wildcats MFMHL away games on weekend Friday, December 1st and Saturday, December 2nd 2012
Dec 4, 2012, 8:31 pm

WESTMAN WILDCATS TALLY 13 GOALS FOR WEEKEND IN MFMHL WINS

The Wildcats had a doubleheader this weekend. Saturday, December 1st at the St. Anne Arena to play Eastman at 5:15pm. Sunday, December 2nd at the Notre Dame Arena in Winnipeg for a game with the Winnipeg Ice at 11:45am.
Both games the Wildcats showed their skill on the scoreboard and dominated with shots on goal.

WILDCATS 6  EASTMAN 1
This game saw Jaycee Magwood and Samantha Dyck each score twice. Kristen Campbell had 15 saves.
Period One at the 6:06 mark Karissa Kirkup got the first Cats goal with assists from Magwood and Pringle. Just two minutes later Pringle scored assisted by Magwood and Kirkup. Period Two with just five minutes into the period, it would be Magwood putting one on the scoreboard with assists going to Kaitlyn Whaley and Kirkup. At the midway point it was Dyck adding one with assists from Gina Williams and Jenna Patterson. Before the period ended Magwood put another one past the Eastman goalie assisted by Williams and Patterson. Period Three with just two minutes in, it was Amanda Coey's pass to Dyck who added her second of the game.
Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 46  Eastman 16

WILDCATS 7  WINNIPEG ICE 3
This game it was Karissa Haney scoring twice for the Wildcats. Amber Tilbury had 15 saves. Period One at the midway point saw Haney get her first with a pass from Samantha Dyck. Before the period ended the Cats would add three more: Gina Williams got one unassisted, Jaycee Magwood would add her fourth for the weekend assisted by Karissa Kirkup, then it was Jessica Vallotton getting one past the Ice goalie with the assist going to Kirkup. Period Three saw the Cats continue their pressure. The games fifth Cats goal came from Megan Robertson unassisted. Kirkup added a goal to the scoreboard with help from Melissa Hunt and Courtney Ganske. Five minutes left in the game, it was Kjierstin Wallace with a quick pass to Haney who scored her second for the game.
Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 47  Winnipeg Ice 20


Wildcats at Minnesota Thoroughbreds Tournament November 23rd - 25th 2012
Nov 28, 2012, 7:59 pm

The Minnesota Throughbreds  Thanksgiving Tournament is a USA/MN Hockey sanctioned tournament offering U19 fields in 'AAA' teams and Canadian registered Midget and Intermediate teams. This year there were 16 teams represented from Illinos, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Bristish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario.The Wildcats played in Pool C with Grande Prairie Storm (Alberta), Milwaukee Jr. Admirals (Wisconsin) and Thunder Bay Queens (Ontario).

WILDCATS WON 2ND PLACE IN THIS 16 TEAM THOROUGHBRED TOURNAMENT !!

THE WILDCATS HAD THE BEST SHOWING IN THE HISTORY OF THE WILDCAT ORGANIZATION AT THE THOROUGHBRED TOURNAMENT!

THIS YEAR: WON ALL THREE ROUND ROBIN GAMES TO PLACE FIRST IN POOL C; WON A SEMIFINAL GAME IN A SHOOT OUT; ADVANCED TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.

POOL C
WILDCATS 5  STORM 1
This game was fast paced with both teams pressuring. The Cats shots on goal coming from all forward lines. Kristen Campbell had 20 saves. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 25  Storm 21 (see November 23rd Game Schedule for scoring results).

WILDCATS 7  ADMIRALS 1
This game saw the Cats contolling the play, getting multiple scoring opportunites from all forward lines.  Amber Tilbury in goal had 12 saves, period 2 the Cats playiing shorthanded Tilbury kept the Admirals off the scoreboard. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 43  Admirals 1  (see November 24th Game Schedule for scoring results).

Wildcats 2 Queens 1
This game was a tight checking,battle on boards one and with solid goaltending at both ends. The first period saw the Wildcats getting on the scoreboard seven minutes into the game from Ashleigh Brykaliuk assists from Courtney Ganske and Melissa Hunt. The Cats second goal came less than two minutes later from Jessica Vallotton with help from Teagan Pringle and Karissa Kirkup. The Queens goal came on a powerplay. Kristen Campbell had 20 saves. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 29  Queens 21.

SEMI FINAL GAME Pool C #1 vs. Pool A #1  Sunday @ 7:30am
WILDCATS 2  CENTRAL PLAINS CAPS 1 
The game the Cats scoring opportunites coming from all forward lines. Period 1 saw the  Wildcats score first, just five minutes into the first period from Jessica Vallotton assisted by Ashleigh Brykaliuk and Karissa Kirkup. It wasn't until later in the third period the Caps got one. After 60 minutes the Shots on Goal were Wildcats 17 Caps 16. This game then had to go into a five minute OT, which saw the Wildcats pressuring and outshooting the Caps.Then it went to a five player shootout, the Wildcats two goals came from Ashleigh Brykaliuk and Jaycee Magwood. Wildcats goalie Kristen Campbell denied all four Cap shooters. Wildcats Won  and advanced to the Championship round.

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Sunday @ 12:30pm
WILDCATS 1  SHAFTSBURY TITANS PREP TEAM  2
This was tight checked, battle on boards game. The First Period after 20 minutes was a 0-0 game. The Third period saw the Cats get one past the titans goalie from Karissa Kirkup assisted by Ashleigh Brykaliuk. Kristen Campbell made 14 saves. Game Shots on Goal: Wildcats 4-10-7=21 Titans 7-5-4=16 


Wildcats in Winnipeg to play Avros for MFMHL game on Saturday Nov. 17th 2012
Nov 26, 2012, 6:46 pm

WILDCATS VS. WINNIPEG AVROS

The Wildcats were at the Keith Bodley Arena in Winnipeg again on Saturday November 17th for a league game with the Winnipeg Avros, game time was 4:45pm. Todate the Cats and Avros have played each other twice in MFMHL play resulting in each team having one win. These teams after today will meet again for their last league game matchup in Hartney on Friday,December 21st.
This was the first game back for injured Courtney Ganske after missing 6 games. The game was fast pace and battle on the boards type of game. All the Cats forward lines pressing with shots on goal opportunites. The game shots on goal were Wildcats 30 and Avros 31. Kristen Campbell was in goal.
The First Period saw the Cats scoring first. Amanda Coey had the puck and with a feed to Jaycee Magwood who put it past the Avros goalie. The period ended 1-0 for the Cats. The Second Period ended with a tied 1-1 game. The Third Period the Avros got a goal making it 2-1. But the Cats were still pressing with shots on the Avros goalie. A puck hitting the goal post didn't get the equalizer. With just over a minute left in the period , the Wildcats pulled their goalie.
The Avros got 2 empty net goals. Game final score: Wildcats 1  Avros 4.


THE WILDCATS NEXT WEEKEND WILL BE AT THE MINNESOTA THOROUGHBRED TOURNAMENT which starts Friday, November 23rd and runs through to Sunday, November 25th. 


Gold Medal Game on TSN2 tonight at 6:30PM
Nov 13, 2012, 1:00 pm

DAWSON CREEK, BC- Team Manitoba falls just shy to Ontario-Blue in Sunday’s U-18 national championship gold medal game. Team Manitoba held two leads in the game but it was Ontario-Blue that would take a 3-2 lead early in the third period followed by an empty net goal with 1 second left in the game to win 4-2.

 

This was a historic gold medal game as it was the first time Ontario-Red has not been in the National Women’s U-18 Championship final and the first time they have not won the event. It was also the first time U-18 Team Manitoba found themselves in the gold medal game at this event, previously only advancing to the gold medal game of the 2007 Canada Winter Games. Despite coming up short in the final, Team Manitoba displayed a proud performance to once again show the country that the province is among the best in the nation at developing talent. 

Game summary:

First Period
Goals:
 
09:46 MB 16 Jessica Vallotton (7 Ashleigh Brykaliuk, 11 Karissa Kirkup) 
11:21 ON-B 76 Paige Horton (22 Jessica Gillham) 

Penalties: 
06:25 ON-B 8 Jordan McDonell (Hooking) 
13:50 MB 5 Alicia Van Alstyne (Tripping)

Second Period
Goals

03:27 MB 3 Lauryn Keen 
15:38 ON-B 95 Krista Yip-Chuck (19 Rebecca Leslie) 

Penalties

05:57 MB 14 Larissa Martyniuk (Interference) 
18:22 ON-B 90 Kirsten Miller (Tripping)

Third Period
Goal
s: 
01:04 ON-B 26 Hailey Noronha (44 Victoria Andreakos) 
19:59 ON-B 16 Brooke Webster EN 

Penaltie
s: 
12:07 MB 11 Karissa Kirkup (Roughing)

Goaltenders
Ontario Blue: 34 Brittany Smrke – 27 saves 
Manitoba: 35 Brittini Mowat – 20 saves

The gold medal final will be replayed on TSN2 at 7:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. MT on Tuesday, November 13.


Manitoba Goes for Gold
Nov 11, 2012, 1:27 pm

MANITOBA AND ONTARIO BLUE TO PLAY FOR GOLD MEDAL AT 2012 NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-18 CHAMPIONSHIP IN DAWSON CREEK, B.C.

DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – For the first time in history, Manitoba will play in the gold medal game against Ontario Blue, which has appeared in the gold medal once before, at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship after posting semifinal wins Saturday at the EnCana Events Centre.

Manitoba defeated host team British Columbia 4-1, while Ontario Blue beat Ontario Red 7-1, to advance to the gold medal game at the 2012 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, which will air live on www.TSN.ca and be replayed on TSN2 at 7:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. MT on Tuesday, November 13.

Please CLICK HERE to watch the gold medal game live online on when the puck drops at 6 p.m. ET/4 p.m. MT tomorrow, Sunday, November 11. TSN, TSN2 and RDS are the official broadcasters of Hockey Canada.

RELATED LINKS

» 2012 National Women's Under-18 Championship

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» FASTHockey

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Earlier Saturday, Alberta topped Atlantic 6-2 to claim seventh place and Quebec beat Saskatchewan 8-4 for fifth place. British Columbia and Ontario Red will face off for the bronze medal at 2 p.m. ET/12 p.m. MT, with the game airing live athockeycanada.fasthockey.com. Please CLICK HERE to link to FASTHockey in three easy steps.


Nov 5, 2012, 7:07 pm

Ashleigh BrykaliukKarissa KirkupJessica VAllotton

The Westman Wildcat organization would like to wish good luck to Ashleigh Brykaliuk from Brandon, Karissa Kirkup from Virden, and Jessica Vallotton from Ninette as they head off to Nationals as members of Team Manitoba. Team Manitoba will compete at the U-18 National Championships to be held in Dawson Creek, B.C. From November 7-11. Follow the girls here during the tournament as we keep the wildcat fans updated on how the girls are doing. Good luck girls from the Wildcat organization!  Follow game updates at http://www.hockeycanada.ca/nwu18c


Ashleigh Brykaliuk MFMHL Player of Week 3 ending October 21
Nov 5, 2012, 7:00 pm

Ashleigh Brykaliuk

Ashleigh Brykaliuk – Forward – Westman Wildcats – recorded 7 points to lead the Wildcats offensively during a 3 game winning streak.  Brykaliuk who leads the Wildcats with 15 goals and 21 points for the season is a member of Hockey Manitoba’s  POE U18 Team and U18 Team Canada. Brykaliuk was part of U18 Team Canada that won Gold at the 2012 IIHF World Championship.


Congratulations to Kristen Campbell for MFMHL Player of the Week 2 ending October 14
Nov 5, 2012, 6:58 pm

Kristen Campbell

Kristen Campbell – Goalie – Westman Wildcats – recorded 2 wins while allowing only 1 goal and posting a .980 save% including a 3-0 shutout over the Yellowhead Chiefs. Campbell has recorded 4 shutouts this season for the Wildcats and in 4 MFMHL games has a 1.01 GAA and a .963 save %.


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