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Sep 26, 2008, 5:36 am
Pronghorn Athletes of the Week
Former Westman Wildcat Amy Van Buskirk - Women's Hockey


Amy Vanbuskirk (Brandon, MB) made an exceptional debut for the Horns and was named the Pronghorn female athlete of the week. This past weekend at the Icebreaker Tournament in Saskatoon, Vanbuskirk led the Horns offensively as they went 3-0, winning the tournament.


The first year defender registered a goal and five assists in the three games, which saw the Horns beat the Huskies 2-1, NAIT Ooks 6-0 and the SAIT Trojans 5-1.

Sep 22, 2008, 4:34 pm

Westman Wildcats Announce Assistant Coaches for 08-09


The Westman Wildcat  Female Midget hockey team announced their assistant coaches for the 2008-2009 season.

Joining the team this season are Dan Dekezel and Dave Scott.

Dan Dekezel, from Deloraine, will be looking after the defence this season. Dekezel has been coaching minor hockey for many years and in the last few years has been working with female hockey in Deloraine as well as been a coach of Westman South's female Bantam Challenge for the last two seasons.

Dave Scott, from Souris, will be looking after the offence this coming season. Dave also has an extensive background in minor hockey coaching in both the male and female programs.

Both of these coaches will join Head Coach Dwight Pollock to lead the Wildcats this season.

Sep 18, 2008, 4:56 am

Wildcats Name Captains For 2008-2009 Season


The Westman Wildcats  Female Midget Hockey Team has announced their captains to lead the 2008-2009 team.

Brittany Phillips of Lauder, Mb has been named Captain of the program for the upcoming season.  

Phillips is a Senior and third year member of the program. She brings an enormous amount of experience to the position as a two time member of Team Manitoba U18 Team and a member of Team Canada's U18 squad.

Amy Lee of Brandon was named as assistant captain for the upcoming season. Lee is also a senior and is in her second season with the Cats. Lee also brings her experience as a two time member of Team Manitoba's U18 team to the program.

The Wildcats will be playing in the Provincial Female Midget league as well as playing in numerous international tournaments in Western Canada and the United States. The Cats have their first exhibition game on Sept 27th in Melville against the AAA Prairie Fire followed by a match on the 28th in Weyburn against the AAA Wings.

Aug 31, 2008, 8:44 am

Three Westman Wildcats Make Team Manitoba U18 Female Hockey Team



Three Westman Wildcat players will be competing for Team Manitoba U18 team at the Canadian U18 Nationals in Nappanee, On   in November.

Britt Phillips from Lauder, Amy Lee from Brandon and Brandi Pollock from Virden all will be lacing up with Team Manitoba again. These three athletes were members of last year's Bronze medal winning Team Manitoba U18 team at Kitchener in the 2007 Nationals and will be looking at improving Manitoba's medal performance.

Team Manitoba has a warm up series with the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg in September before going to the Nationals.

Aug 30, 2008, 6:03 am
The Westman Wildcat season will begin Tuesday Sept 2nd with a Team meeting and dryland session in Hartney.
September will see the "Cats" do a series of dryland trainning sessions mixed with a few practices and a couple exhibition games to get ready for the 2008-2009 season.

Aug 19, 2008, 10:49 am



The Westman Wildcat will be unveiling their new logo in the near future.

The team will be sporting a new logo and new look for the 2008-2009 season. The program will have New Jersey's with the new logo to start their season.

This updated NHL version jersey will be unveiled here on their website along with the new Logo.

The Wildcat program is going to sell off the old Wildcat jerseys to any alumni, parent or fan that would like their old jersey. You can chose from either the white or blue and select your number.

The jerseys are a first come first served bases, so order now to make sure you get the sweater you want.

The cost of the Jersey is $20 and this will go to offset the price of the new jerseys.

Phone or e-mail the program and let them know your number and color

Aug 7, 2008, 3:48 pm

Westman Wildcat's Brittany Phillips Named to Team Canada


Brittany Phillips of Lauder, Mb was named to Hockey Canada'a U18 National Team ..

Hockey Canada announced on Friday the 22-player roster for Canada's National Women's Under-18 Team. The team is made up of the top Canadian female hockey players born in 1991 or later, and will gather for a three-game series against the USA's Women's Under-18 Select Team from August 20-23 in Lake Placid, New York.

The players were selected to the roster following a national conditioning camp in May and an evaluation camp in July, both held in Calgary. They were also evaluated over the course of the 2007-08 season by Hockey Canada's regional scouts, based on their performances at national camps, the 2007 National Women's Under-18 Championship and with their club teams. Both goaltenders also took part in a National Women's Program goaltending camp in June.

“The selection camp we held in Calgary showed us the depth that women's hockey has in Canada,” says Julie Healy, director of female hockey for Hockey Canada. “We are excited about the 22 players we have chosen, and are confident they will represent Canada well in Lake Placid.”

Canada's National Women's Summer Under-18 Team includes two goaltenders, seven defencemen and 13 forwards. Eighteen of the 22 players participated in the 2008 National Women's Under-18 Championship in Kitchener, ON, including four members of Team Ontario Red, which captured its fourth consecutive gold medal. Aside from games against Team Japan during the evaluation camp, only six of the players have any previous international experience.

The 2008-09 season for Canada's National Women's Under-18 Team will include the three-game series against the USA in Lake Placid, NY from August 20-23, as well as the 2009 IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championship from January 5-10 in Füssen, Germany.


Aug 3, 2008, 7:24 am

Westman Wildcat Camp Begins Friday



The Westman Wildcat Camp begins Friday night at the Brandon Sportsplex with 23 players vying for spots on this year's Regional AAA female midget hockey team.

The camp runs the full weekend at the Sportsplex and concludes Sunday with the 2008-2009 teams being selected.

The Cats graduated seven players from last year squad.   Fourteen new players will be competing with the nine returning players to fill out the roster.

The Wildcats Season begins September 2nd and will see the team compete in many of North America's largest Female tournaments as well as in the newly formed Manitoba Midget Female League against the other regions in the Province.

The Cats have a proud history of player success with 10 current or former players having competed for Team Manitoba at the Nationals over the last five years as well as 12 former players continuing their hockey at Canadian and US colleges.

This year's Westman Wildcats will be looking to emulate past Westmans's team success on and off the ice.

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