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Dec 7, 2008, 10:19 pm


# Name P S HT WT Born Hometown 2008-09 Team
# Nom P T T P Né Ville d'origine Équipe 2008-09
Goaltenders/Gardiennes de but
20 Cassie Seguin G L/G 5'10" 175 10/30/91 Ingleside, ON Ottawa Senators (PWHL)
25 Roxanne Douville G L/G 5'5" 145 05/23/91 Beloeil, QC Lynx d'Edouard-Montpetit (Collégial AA)
2 Brigette Lacquette D R/D 5'7" 161 11/10/92 Mallard, MB Westman Wildcats (Midget AA)
3 Stefanie McKeough D L/G 5'6" 139 01/27/91 Carlsbad Springs, ON Ottawa Senators (PWHL)
4 Rayna Cruickshank D L/G 5'9" 160 08/28/91 Cumberland, BC North Island Edge (Midget AAA)
6 Saige Pacholok D R/D 5'6" 130 04/05/91 Edmonton, AB Edmonton Chimos (WWHL)
13 Kaleigh Fratkin D R/D 5'7" 150 03/24/92 Burnaby, BC Detroit Little Caesars (Midget AAA)
23 Laura Fortino D L/G 5'6" 135 01/30/91 Hamilton, ON Stoney Creek Sabres (PWHL)
5 Casandra Langan F/A L/G 5'3" 141 06/03/91 Chatham, ON London Devilettes (PWHL)
7 Christine Bestland F/A L/G 5'6" 130 04/28/92 Brunkild, MB Balmoral Hall Blazers (Midget AAA)
9 Breann Frykas F/A R/D 5'5" 150 01/05/91 East St. Paul, MB Detroit Little Caesars (Midget AAA)
10 Marie-Philip Poulin F/A L/G 5'6" 161 03/28/91 Beauceville, QC Blues de Dawson ( Coll égial AA)
11 Brianne Jenner F/A R/D 5'9" 160 05/04/91 Oakville, ON Mississauga Chiefs (CWHL)
12 Brittany Phillips F/A R/D 5'6" 145 01/21/91 Lauder, MB Westman Wildcats (Midget AA)
14 Jessica Campbell F/A L/G 5'6" 129 06/24/92 Melville, SK Pursuit of Excellence
15 Melodie Daoust F/A L/G 5'5" 150 01/07/92 Valleyfield, QC Sé lects (Midget AA)
16 Jamie Lee Rattray F/A L/G 5'6" 165 09/30/92 Kanata, ON Ottawa Senators (PWHL)
18 Laurie Kingsbury F/A R/D 5'9" 140 05/18/92 Valleyfield, QC Sé lects (Midget AA)
19 Jillian Saulnier F/A L/G 5'4" 139 03/07/92 Halifax, NS Stoney Creek Sabres (PWHL)
24 Jessica Wong F/A L/G 5'7" 145 03/29/91 Baddeck, NS Stoney Creek Sabres (PWHL

Dec 4, 2008, 7:57 am
9th Annual  
North American Female  
Midget Showcase Tournament  
Hosted by: Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
From December 4th - 7th
Division A Division B Division C Division D
Notre Dame Hounds Prince Albert Bears Swift Current Wildcats Melville Prairie Fire
Saanich Breakers Highwood Raiders Calgary Chaos Red Deer Chiefs
Winnipeg Titans River East Marauders Eastman Selects Westman Wildcats
St. Albert Slash Lloydminster Steelers   Sherwood Park Kings Edmonton Thunder
Gm # Time Arena Day Division Home Team   Hm Score Visiting Team   Vst Score
1 3:30PM Milestone Thursday D Melville   Westman  
2 3:30PM ND Thursday D Red Deer   Edmonton  
3 3:30PM Avonlea Thursday C Calgary Chaos   Sherwood Park  
4 5:45PM Milestone Thursday C Swift Current   Eastman Selects  
5 5:45PM Avonlea Thursday B Prince Albert   River East  
6 5:45PM ND Thursday B Highwood   Lloydminster  
7 8:00PM Milestone Thursday A St. Albert Slash   Winnipeg Titans  
8 8:00PM ND Thursday A Notre Dame     Saanich Breakers  
9 8:30AM Avonlea Friday D Edmonton   Melville  
10 8:30AM Milestone Friday D Westman   Red Deer  
11 8:30AM ND Friday C Eastman Selects   Calgary Chaos  
12 10:45AM ND Friday C Sherwood Park   Swift Current  
13 10:45AM Milestone Friday B Lloydminster   Prince Albert  
14 10:45AM Avonlea Friday B River East   Highwood  
15 1:00PM Milestone Friday A Saanich Breakers   St. Albert Slash  
16 1:00PM ND Friday A Winnipeg Titans   Notre Dame    
17 1:00PM Avonlea Friday D Melville   Red Deer  
18 3:15PM ND Friday D Edmonton   Westman  
19 3:15PM Milestone Friday C Calgary Chaos   Swift Current  
20 3:15PM Avonlea Friday C Eastman Selects   Sherwood Park  
21 5:30PM Milestone Friday B Prince Albert   Highwood  
22 5:30PM ND Friday B River East   Lloydminster  
23 5:30PM Avonlea Friday A Saanich Breakers   Winnipeg Titans  
24 8:00PM ND Friday A St. Albert Slash   Notre Dame    
25 9:00AM TBA Saturday   3rd Place A   3rd Place B  
26 9:00AM TBA Saturday   3rd Place D   3rd Place C  
27 11:15AM TBA Saturday   2nd Place B   2nd Place A  
28 11:15AM TBA Saturday   2nd Place C   2nd Place D  
29 1:30PM TBA Saturday   1st Place B   1st Place A  
30 1:30PM TBA Saturday   1st Place C   1st Place D  
31 3:45PM TBA Saturday   4th Place A   4th Place B  
32 3:45PM TBA Saturday   4th Place D   4th Place C  
  8:00PM ND Saturday   Skills Competition
33 9:00AM Avonlea Sunday   Loser Game 31   Loser Game 32  
35 9:00AM ND Sunday   Winner Game 32   Winner Game 31  
34 9:00AM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 25   Loser Game 26  
38 11:15AM ND Sunday   Winner Game 26   Winner Game 25  
36 11:15AM Avonlea Sunday   Loser Game 27   Loser Game 28  
37 11:15AM Milestone Sunday   Loser Game 29   Loser Game 30  
39 1:30PM ND Sunday   Winner Game 28   Winner Game 27  
40 3:45PM ND Sunday   Winner Game 30   Winner Game 29  

Dec 2, 2008, 7:22 am

Monday, December 1, 2008 -2:43pm

CALGARY, AB -Hockey Canada has announced that the 2009 Esso Cup, Canada's National Women's Midget Championship, will be held at Max Bell Arena in Calgary, AB from April 19-25, 2009. It will be the first-ever National Women's Midget Championship.

The event will feature five teams -one host team and four regional champions (Pacific, West, Central, Atlantic). The host team will be announced at a later date.

Due to scheduling conflicts, Quebec has withdrawn from the 2009 Esso Cup. It hopes to make its debut in 2010.

The teams will play a five-day round-robin, with semifinals (1st vs. 4th, 2nd vs. 3rd) set for Friday, April 24. The bronze medal game and gold medal game, which will be broadcast nationally on TSN/RDS, will take place on Saturday, April 25.

“The women's game in Canada continues to grow, especially at the minor hockey level, and this is a logical next step,” said Julie Healy, director of female hockey for Hockey Canada. “We are excited to be a part of this tournament, and to crown another national champion for women's hockey.”

“This is a great opportunity for Calgary to showcase such a high-profile event,” said Terry Ledingham, president of Hockey Alberta. “The inaugural National Women's Midget Championship will without a doubt be a huge success and we look forward to working with both Hockey Calgary and Girls Hockey Calgary leading up to the start of the event.”

Esso, one of Hockey Canada's premier sponsors, will be the title sponsor of Canada's National Women's Midget Championship. Esso sponsored the National Women's Championship for 14 years, from 1995 to 2008.

For more information on the 2009 Esso Cup, visit Hockey Canada

Dec 1, 2008, 8:22 am

Wildcats go 3-1 in Annual Minnesota Thanksgiving Tournament


The Westman Wildcat Female regional midget team travelled down to the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Annual Thanksgiving U19 tournament in the Twin Cities over this past weekend.

Westman battled the home squad Minnesota Thoroughbreds in the tournament opener in the first game on Friday and won a thrilling 2-1 game.

On Saturday the Cats faced the powerhouse Chicago Mission which feature four Team USA players and lost 6-2.

The Westman squad's second game Saturday brought them up against Team Alaska and the Wildcats won 5-0.

Sundays contest had the Cats playing the Thunder Bays Queens. The Wildcats rounded out the tournament with a 3-2 victory to complete the tournament with a three and one record

Nov 27, 2008, 8:32 am

Westman Wildcats Head to the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Thanksgiving Tournament


The Westman Wildcats Regional Female Midget hockey team head to Minneapolis to compete in the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Annual Thanksgiving U19 International Tournament this weekend.

This highly scouted 12 team tournament is considered one of North Americas premier U19 event.

The Wildcats are in a Pool with the Chicago Mission, Team Alaska and the Minnesota Thoroughbreds.

The Cats will play round robin games on Friday and Saturday with finals slated for Sunday.

Nov 23, 2008, 11:06 pm

Wildcats Take a Pair from Swift Current


The Westman Wildcat regional female midget team won both games of a weekend double header with the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats in Hartney.

On Saturday the Westman team beat their Saskatchewan AAA league leading Swift Current guests by a three -two score. Goal scorers for the Westman crew were Amy Lee, Laura Williams and Meg Bailey with Kayleigh Chapman getting two helpers and single assists going to Brandi Pollock, Britt Phillips, Danni Maxwell and Lee. Darby Peaslee got the win in net.

Sunday the Westman team won their second game of the weekend 7-3 over Swift Current.

Westman goals were two by Pollock with Lee, Phillips, Chapman, Kiara DeKezel and Brigette Lacquette getting singles.

Assist in this game were to Lee with two, Teal Crosson, Phillips, Val Stephenson, Kelsey Sanderson, JD Durnin, Sheryl Kaskiw, Pollock, Williams and Bailey getting singles.

Tara Lacquette picked up the win in net for home squad.

Westman heads south to play in the Minnesota Thoroughbred Thanksgiving Tournament next weekend in Minneapolis.

Nov 19, 2008, 3:28 pm

Westman's Brittany Phillips Signs with the NCAA Colgate Raiders


Brittany Phillips of the Westman Wildcats regional female Midget hockey team has just signed her NLI with the NCAA Division I Colgate Raiders.

Phillips a senior from Lauder, MB attends the Hartney High School and is the team captain of the Westman Wildcats.

Brittany has had a real impact year. She was named to Team Canada U18 who played a three game series with Team USA in Lake Placid in August and has just returned from the Canadian National U18's in Napanee, ON where she was the team captain of the Bronze medal champions Team Manitoba.

Phillips a forward will join the Colgate Raiders in the fall of 2009. Colgate is in Hamilton, New York and plays in the ECAC hockey league with such notables as Cornell, Harvard, and Yale.

Phillips will be joining former Westman Wildcat, Kristi-Lyn Pollock of Virden on the roster of the Raiders.

Nov 16, 2008, 9:12 pm

Wildcats Tie Balmoral Hall


The Westman Wildcat Regional Female Midget team travelled to Winnipeg on Sunday to play The Balmoral Hall Blazers.

Westman opened the scoring in the first on a marker by JD Durnin from Brigette Lacquette.   Before the opening period was over Balmoral Hall knotted the game at one.

The only scoring in the second saw the Blazers take a 2-1 lead on a power play goal.

Westman fought back hard in the third tying the game up on a goal by Britt Phillips from Lacquette, ending the game at a two-two draw.

Westman will host the Saskatchewan AAA league leading Swift Current Wildcats next weekend in Hartney in a Double header match Saturday and Sunday.

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