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Jan 26, 2009, 9:09 am

Wildcats Complete Two Game Series with Balmoral Hall


The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget Team played a two game series with the Balmoral Hall Blazers on the Weekend in Wawanesa.

In the first match Saturday night The Cats came out strong and Lauder's Brit Phillips scored on the first shift from Brandon's Amy Lee.

Phillips netted her second half way through the first from Lee and Wawanesa's JD Durnin.

Souris product Laura Williams rounded out the scoring for the Cats in the first while the Blazers potted two of their own to end the first 3-2.

The teams had a scoreless second and Balmoral pressed hard in the third and scored one to end the game tied at three.

Souris's Darby Peaslee stopped 36 of 39 Balmoral shots.

Sunday's game had Balmoral coming out fast getting two in the opening frame.

The Wildcats potted one in the first by Waterhen's Brig Lacquette from Phillips.

Both teams registered singles in the second with Souris's Kelsie Scott scoring for the Cats.

The Wildcats pressed hard in the third but were unable to come up with the tying marker, ending the game BH up 3-2.

Tara Lacquette stopped 39 of 42 Balmoral shots for the Cats.

Jan 21, 2009, 12:34 pm
Brandon Wheat Kings Insider


Brandon, Manitoba -- An 18-year old hockey player from Lauder, Manitoba will be recognized during this Friday's Western Hockey League game at Westman Place between the Brandon Wheat Kings and visiting Moose Jaw Warriors.

Brittany Phillips was a member of the Canadian team that recently captured a silver medal at the IIHF Under 18 Womens World Championships in Fussen, Germany.

The Canadian entry lost out to the defending champion United States in the gold medal final earlier this month.

A cousin to current Wheat King Del Cowan, Brittany will be honoured as January's recipient of the Wheat Kings' Manitoba Blue Cross Performer of the Month Award.

A current member of the Westman Wildcats, a highly competitive program based out of southwestern Manitoba, the Hartney School student plans to attend Colgate University (NCAA Division 1) in New York this fall.

Brittany becomes the third recipient of the Manitoba Blue Cross Performer of the Month recipient for 2008-09. This year marks the fifth season that western Manitoba hockey fans have been given the opportunity to visit the Wheat Kings' official web site and nominate coaches, volunteers, athletes and officals for this prestigious award.

Friday's game will be the first of back to back home games for the Wheat Kings this weekend. Brandon will take on the visiting Kootenay Ice the following night.

Tickets to both games are on sale now at the Keystone Centre box office, by calling 726-3555 or online at ticketmaster.ca


Jan 19, 2009, 10:02 am

Westman Wildcats lose to University of Saskatchewan Huskies in OT


The Westman Wildcats regional female midget hockey team travelled to Lampman on Saturday to participate in Hockey Saskatchewan's “Hockey Day in Saskatchewan”.

Their game with the number nine ranked CIS University of Saskatchewan Huskies topped of a day in Lampman that had seen two other All-Star Games.

Both Saskatchewan AAA Midget males and female leagues had played their annual classics prior to this feature contest.

This game proved to be the highlight game of the day with both teams putting on a great show for the capacity crowd gathered to watch.

The first period had lots of action but neither team could dent the twine and going into the second the score remained knotted at goose eggs.

The Huskies got on the score sheet first going up by one early in the second.

The “Cats” responded by potting two in the middle frame to go into the break up 2-1.

The first goal was scored by Oak Lake's Meg Bailey with assists going to Souris's Laura Williams and Virden's Kayleigh Chapman. The second marker was scored by Wawanesa native JD Durnin, from Brandon's Amy Lee and Lauder's Brit Phillips.

The Huskies pressed hard in the third and tied up the game forcing OT.

In Overtime the Huskies managed to score the winner on a power play marker.

“Cat Paws” for the game. The Wildcats played very short staffed with a rash of injuries shortening the bench, with only 12 skaters dressing to play. Souris native Darby Peaslee stopped 43 of 46 shots sent her way, while the Cats fired 37 at the Huskies goalies. The Wildcats took 5 of 9 minors. The Wildcats next action is Saturday and Sunday in Wawanesa against the Balmoral Hall Blazers.

Jan 14, 2009, 9:05 am

Female development event to be hosted February 14-16 in Winnipeg

Wednesday, January 14, 2009 @ 11:35am

Hockey Manitoba in part with Hockey Canada are pleased to host a Female Development Weekend from February 14-16th in Winnipeg. The weekend events will run from Saturday, Feb 14th to Monday, Feb 16th (Louis Riel Day). The event will also see participation and interaction with the University of Manitoba Bison Women's hockey team. Please visit the Female Development page for dates & locations.

Weekend Features:

  • Experience a Dream - CIS Women's Hockey - Manitoba Bison vs Saskatchewan Huskies - Max Bell Arena
  • We Are Coaches Seminar - Women's Coach Level course and seminar, open to all! - Sport Manitoba
  • Esso Fun Day on Ice - Female recruitment program, open to un-registered females - Max Bell Arena
  • Hockey Canada Skills Camp -Open to Peewee aged female players, camp fee is $60 - Max Bell Arena

How To Register:

This is a great opportunity for all females involved or interested in hockey to further develop within the sport. Please submit an application form today by visiting the Female Development Weekend page. Applicants will be randonly drawn for the HC Skills Camp with successful applicant being notified by February 1st. Esso Fun Day and We Are Coaches Seminar applications will be accepted until the events are at capacity.


Jan 12, 2009, 8:36 am


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Pool Results

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A Persuit of Excellence  St Vital Victorias Weyburn Penta Goldwings Total
Persuit of Excellence       
St Vital Victorias      
Weyburn Penta Goldwings      
B Regina Rebels Saskatoon Stars Winnipeg Titans Total
Regina Rebels      
Saskatoon Stars      
Winnipeg Titans      
C Yellowhead Chiefs Melville Fox FM Prarie Fire Moose Jaw Total
Yellowhead Chiefs      
Melville Fox FM Prarie Fire      
Moose Jaw      
D Westman Wildcats Battleford G&C Ashphalt Sharks Assiiboine Park Rangers Total
Westman Wildcats      
Battleford G&C Ashphalt Sharks      
Assiiboine Park Rangers      



Jan 11, 2009, 11:26 am
Canada 2 - United States 3 (Final in Overtime)


FÃœSSEN, GERMANY -For the second year in a row, Canada will bring home silver from the IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championship.

Jessica Wong (Baddeck, NS/Stoney Creek, PWHL) scored the game-tying goal with less than eight minutes to go to force overtime, but the United States took advantage of a power play in the extra period to score a 3-2 win in Saturday's gold medal game.

The U.S. also won gold in 2008, defeating Canada 5-2 in Calgary, AB.

After back-and-forth action for much of the opening period it was the Americans who hit the board first, as Brooke Ammerman snapped a shot past the blocker of Canadian netminder Roxanne Douville (Beloeil, QC/Edouard-Montpetit, Collégial AA) to send the U.S. to the dressing room up one.

The lead doubled early in the second thank to Taylor Wasylk, who pushed a loose puck past Douville just moments after Jamie Lee Rattray (Kanata, ON/Ottawa, PWHL) had failed to convert on a breakaway.

Canada turned up the offence in the second period, outhooting the Americans 18-9, but it took until the 18:35 mark of the frame for the Canadians to finally hit the scoreboard -Melodie Daoust (Valleyfield, QC/Sélects, Midget AA) chipped the puck over U.S. goaltender Alex Rigsby after a wild scramble in front.

With the lead now at just one Canada kept up the momentum in the third period, and was rewarded when Wong went to the net to convert on the rebound of a Kaleigh Fratkin (Burnaby, BC/Detroit Little Caesars, Midget AAA) shot, completing the comeback and giving the Canadians new life.

Jillian Saulnier (Halifax, NS/Stoney Creek, PWHL) had the best chance to win it in the dying minutes, but could not bury the puck on a late breakaway, sending the game to overtime.

After being outshot 38-25 in regulation time the Americans held a 7-2 advantage in the extra frame, and Kendall Coyne finished it with her tournament-leading eighth goal of the tournament 6:47 into overtime.

Daoust, Wong and Marie-Philip Poulin (Beauceville, QC/Dawson College, Collégial AA) finished as Canada's top scorers, tying for third in tournament scoring with 12 points apiece. Saige Pacholok (Edmonton, AB/Edmonton, WWHL) finished tied for the lead in scoring among defencemen with eight points.

Phillips, Lacquette and Team Canada Go For Gold
Jan 10, 2009, 8:54 am

Phillips scores and Canada is in the Finals
Jan 9, 2009, 1:17 pm

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