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Wildcats at Central Plains Pre Season Showcase Sept. 28th - 30th 2012
Oct 2, 2012, 1:30 pm

The Wildcats were in Portage la Prairie on the weekend for Central Plains Pre Season Showcase, all MFMHL AAA teams and also Swift Current were there. The Wildcats played four games; two on Friday, one each on Saturday and Sunday. Games played against Eastman, Winnipeg Avros, Pembina Valley and Norman Wild.

The WildCats finished the weekend 2-2.

The Coaching Staff were pleased with the Rookies forwards and defence games this weekend also rookie Tilbury played good games in net, earned a shutout against Eastman. The team overall contribution with goals scored and shots on goal. The Cats this weekend outshot opponents 163-90.

Statistics refer to Game Schedule.

Wildcats @ St. Cloud University September 22-23 2012
Sep 25, 2012, 7:31 am


The Wildcats faced off with three teams over the weekend at the U19 Fall Classic at     St. Cloud University. They were All Star Teams which were selected by Minnesota's Hockey Development Program for Minnesota's top elite players: UMHSEL-BLACK (Upper Midwest High School Elite League), Team Wisconsin, UMHSEL-RED (Upper Midwest High School Elite League).

Each of the teams illustrated their high caliber skill in addition to strong passing plays. The Red Team had 3 players and The Black Team had 5 players from USA U19 National Team.

The Wildcats had a great weekend! The Cats responded well to the level of competition. The games were hard fought battles.

Game One:     Wildcats  5     UMHSEL   2

The first few minutes of the first period UMHSEL caught the Cats off guard, by scoring two quick goals. The Cats came back with a goal unassisted from Magwood. Before the period ended KJ Wallace from Oak Lake put one past the UMHSEL goalie with a pass from Coey. After 20 minutes of play UMHSEL was outshooting the Cats 17-6. The Game tied at 2 -2.

The second period continued to see strong play end to end play with equal shots on goal. The Wildcats passing plays put two more in the net. The first unassisted from Kirkup. At the end of the period Coey with an awesome shot caught the goalie off guard with a pass from Crowe from Deloraine. The Cats now up 4-2.

The third period saw UMHSEL putting pressure on the Wildcats, but The Cats continued to battle hard. Half way through the period Magwood showed her skill with another unassisted goal. It was now a 5-2 game. Campbell playing solid in net again this period had spectators cheering when denying UMHSEL with a few amazing glove saves.

Game Shots on Goal:  Wildcats 20   UMHSEL-Black  40 

Game Two:   Wildcats  3    Wisconsin 2

The first period saw end to end action. Before the period ended, Wisconsin scored twice catching The Cats off guard.

Shortly into the second period, The Cats got on the scoreboard with a goal from Brykaliuk with assists going to Coey and Vallotton. During the period both teams added to their shots on goal. The Wildcats tied the game before the period ended with another goal from Brykaliuk assisted by Pringle and Kirkup.

The third period, both teams continued pressing each other. Midway through The Cats picked up the lead when Patterson put one past the Wisconsin goalie, Dyck and rookie Danis picked up assists on the play.

Campbell played a solid game in net.

Game Shots on Goal:   Wildcats 21  Wisconsin 23

GAME Three:    Wildcats  1    UMSHEL-RED  2

This was another fast pace game with end to end action. The Red Team showing their skill but The Cats keeping pace.

It was UMSHEL scoring first midway through the  first period. The Cats soon got on board in the second period with a goal from Brykaliuk assists going to Kirkup and Williams. The third period The Cats saw more scoring opportunities. Before the period ended the UMSHEL team got a second goal from player #15 for a 2-1 lead.

Campbell played another spectacular game in net.

Game shots on goal:   Wildcats  19     UMSHEL-RED  41


Westman Wildcats vs. Melville Prairie Fire September 16th 2012
Sep 17, 2012, 2:57 pm


The Westman Wildcats were in Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan on Sunday, September 16th for an Exhibition Game against the Melville Prairie Fire.

This game saw lots of physical play with a number of penalties issued to both teams. The Cats had multiple scoring opportunities throughout the game.

Period 1  Magwood scored unassisted early in the period.  Dyck followed with the second Cats goal assisted by Pringle and Haney.

Period 2  Magwood put another puck past the Melville goalie unassisted. Before the period ended Magwood got her third for a hat trick with assists from Pringle and Coey. 

Period 3  Due to lots of penalties to both sides neither Team was able to get much flowing and the Wildcats hung on for the 4-0 victory.

Tilbury and Campbell split the game for the shutout.

Game shots on goal:  Wildcats  34   Melville 24



Girls World Hockey Day in Hartney October 13th, 2012
Sep 17, 2012, 11:11 am

Hockey Manitoba in conjunction with Hockey Canada and the IIHF, proudly presents the OneGoal "Try Hockey Day" Program. The program, celebrating World Girls Hockey Day on October 13th, is designed to enhance participation while creating a positive hockey experience for young females in Manitoba.  The program takes place in Hartney Manitoba. 

Girls aged 4 and up are eligible to submit an online application located on left hand side for a chance to participate and learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing their skills in a fun, friendly and safe environment. Participants will be randomly selected and will receive the following free of charge courtesy of Hockey Manitoba and the OneGoal Foundation:

  • On-ice instruction
  • Jersey 
  • Equipment supplied by OneGoal (as needed by participant)
  • Post-ice snack and mini "Hot Stove" with special guest instructors

World Hockey Day

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.

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