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Sep 10, 2012, 1:49 pm




 The coaching staff was very pleased with the effort over the weekend. All Forward lines were producing scoring opportunites and the Defence played an all around solid weekend.  Go Wildcats Go



Sep 10, 2012, 9:11 am

Game 1    Westman Wildcats 9  Highland Raiders 0

The first period play was end to end until midway through when Vallotton opened the scoring with a feed from Kirkup. Before the first period ended, Hunt carried up the puck and put one past the Raiders goalie with assists coming from Rookie Wallace from Oaklake and Coey to make the score 2-0.

The next two periods the skilled Cats continued to press. All lines producing opportunites at and around the net.

The second period found the Cats outshooting the Raiders. The 3rd goal was Brykaliuk's from Brandon assist going to Kirkup. The 4th goal again by Brykaliuk with assists from Kirkup and Williams. The last goal for the period came from Magwood unassisted. The  score of 5-0 for the Cats.

The third period, the skilled Cats added to their lead with 4 more goals. The 6th goal was by Vallotton with assists to Kirkup and Pringle. Brykaliuk unassisted scored for the 7th and also added another with a feed by Kirkup to make it 8-0. The last goal was scored by Kirkup assisted by Pringle and Williams.

The Cats Defence played a strong game.

Campbell earned a shut out in net.

The game shots on goal:  The Cats 42  Raiders 14

GAME 2   Westman Wildcats 3   Regina Rebels 3

This game saw lots of physical play by each team with a high tempo pace.

Period 1, The Cats scored the first goal which came from Magwood unassisted. After twenty minutes it was 1-0 for the Wildcats.

Period 2, Regina came out to pressure more. The Cats scored again when Pringle put one past the Rebels goalie with assists from Kirkup and Brykaliuk.

Period 3, Regina continued to pressure. The Wildcats got another goal this time from Kirkup assisted by Pringle.

Another strong game from the Defence.

Campbell played a solid game in net.

The game shots on goal: Wildcats 15  Rebels 27

GAME 3   Westman Wildcats 4  Swift Current Wildcats 1

Period 1, The Westman Wildcats pressured Swift Current in their own zone. Midway through the period Coey put one past the Swift goalie with assist from rookie Crowe from Deloraine.

Period 2 and the remainder of the game; Westman continued to pressure, with multiple scoring opportunities from all lines. Also Westman's Defence pressuring in their zone.

Period 3, Westman scored three goals: The first from Kirkup with assist from Coey. Another from Kirkup assists going to Williams and Vallotton. The third goal from Brykaliuk unassisted.

Rookie Tilbury from Melita played her first game as a Wildcat and played a solid game in net.

The game shots on goal: Westman 40  Swift Current 12

GAME 4    Westman Wildcats 3  Regina Rebels 0

This final game for the weekend was 2nd versus 1st placing. The Westman Wildcats were first with top points.

This was another high tempo game for the forwards, each team pressuring. The Cats defence playing a solid game again.

Period 1  The Cats scored the first with a goal by Pringle.

Period 2  saw two more goals by the Cats. The first one by Pringle assisted by Hunt and Vallotton. And with four minutes remaining in the period, Brykuliuk from Brandon put one past the Rebels goalie. The score now 3-0 for the Wildcats.

Period 3 The pressure level increased. Both teams dealing with penalities.

Campbell played an outstanding game in net for a second shutout for the Weekend.

The game shots on goal: Cats 19  Rebels 30 




Westman Wildcats Team 2012- 2013
Sep 6, 2012, 10:24 am

Team Picture

Westman Wildcats Weekend Try Out Camp
Sep 5, 2012, 6:27 pm

The Souris arena was the site of the Westman Wildcats tryout camp on August 31, September 1 and 2nd for the 2012- 2013 season.

The partiicpants were put through skills and scrimmages over 5 different sessions.

The evaluators and coaching staff were impressed with the silll level shown over the weekend.  Team selection was announced following the final ice session.  All players met with the coaching staff to discuss the weekend.

The Wildcats had their first team function on Monday, September 3rd at their home arena in Hartney,  The wildcats will practice twice this week before heading off to Swift Current Showcase September 7 - 9.

Congratulations and Good Luck to the Westman Wildcats moving on to the final selection of Team Manitoba
Sep 4, 2012, 7:20 pm

Four Westman Wildcat Midget Female hockey players have advanced on to the next round of tryouts for Team Manitoba U18 female hockey team.

Karissa Kirkup from Virden, Ashleigh Brykaliuk from Brandon, Melissa Hunt from Hartney, and Jessica Vallotton from Ninette are four of the 22 remaining players vying for one of 20 spots on Team Manitoba to be able to play in the U18 Canadian Nationals in Dawson Creek, B.C. in November. 

These four athletes will attend the final camp from September 14-16 in Winnipeg when they will play the Universi

5 Westman Wildcats continue on to Top 40 for Team Manitoba
Sep 4, 2012, 7:02 pm

Congratulations to the five Wildcat players who made Hockey Manitoba's Top 40 camp which will be held May 11-13 at the PCU Centre in Portage la Prairie. Each Wildcat is fighting for one of twenty roster spots that are up for grabs. If they are chosen for the top 20 they will travel to Dawson Creek, B.C. in November for the U-18 National Championships! Congratulations to Melissa Hunt, Jessica Vallotton, Karissa Kirkup, Samantha Dyck, and Amanda Coey.

9 Wildcats attend POE tryouts in Winnipeg 2012
Sep 4, 2012, 6:43 pm

Keisha RobertsonMegan RobertsonSamantha DyckTeagan PringleMelissa HuntKaitlyn WhaleyJessica VallottonKarissa KIrkupAmanda CoeyPROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE-U-18 Team Manitoba Tryouts-Winnipeg, Manitoba-March 30-April 1

See above for all your current Wildcats vying for a spot on Team Manitoba for the Female U-18 National Championships to be held in Dawson Creek, B.C. later this year.

The U-18 Nationals were a stepping stone for a lot of players who are on rosters of Canada's U-18, U-22, and the National women's team.

Congratulations to Keisha Robertson for making her first Top 100 tryout. Keisha plays right wing and scored 2 goals and added 8 assists. Keisha is from Virden, Mb.

Congratulations to Megan Robertson on being selected for her first Team Manitoba tryout. Megan plays left wing and scored 8 goals and added 14 assists. Megan is from Boissevain, Mb.

Congratulations to Samantha Dyck for her first selection to the top 100. Sam plays centre and scored 10 goals and posted 17 assists. Sam is from Boissevain, Mb.

Congratulations to Teagan Pringle on being chosen for the second time to the Top 100. Teagan plays right wing and had a great year posting 9 goals and 21 assists. Glenboro, Mb is Teagan's home town.

Congratulations to Melissa Hunt on her first selection to the Top 100. Melissa plays defense and scored 21 goals and added 20 assists. Melissa is from Hartney, Mb.

Congratulations to Kaitlyn Whaley for being chosen for the second time for the Top 100. Kaitlyn plays defense and scored 5 goals and 19 assists. Kaitlyn lives in Douglas, Mb.

Congratulations to Jessica Vallotton for her second selection for the Top 100. Jessica plays defense and scored 32 goals with 40 assists. She was a member of Team Manitoba in 2011. Jessica is from Ninette, Mb.

Congratulations to Karissa Kirkup on being selected for the third time to the top 100. She plays centre and scored 53 goals and had 42 assists. She was a member of Team Manitoba in 2011. Karissa lives in Virden, Mb.

Congratulations to Amanda Coey for her second selection to the Top 100. Amanda plays left wing and scored 17 goals and added 21 assists. Amanda is from Brandon, Mb.

Congratulations to Rachelle Lougheed for her second selection to the Top 100. She plays goal and had over 2000 minutes and played well in some very important games this year for the Wildcats. Rachelle calls Melita, Mb home.

Karissa Kirkup and Jessica Vallotton win Bronze Medal with Team Manitoba
Sep 4, 2012, 6:34 pm

Team Manitoba 2011

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