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CTV Division 1: Madison Warren, VMC Trojans, Goalie #1
In a fast paced, hard checking end to end series, Madison performed miracles. In the first game last Thursday, Madison stopped 23 of 25 shots, helping the Trojans earn a 5-2 victory over the Sanford Sabres. Tuesday in their thrilling 2- 1 game and semi-final series win, Madison stopped 46 of 47 shots, many of them of the spectacular. She remained calm and steady and shut the Sabres down when they were pressing for the tying goal. Congratulations Madison!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Brooke Smith, River East Kodiaks, Goalie #17
The Kodiaks’ hidden gem looked after their net in this incredible semi-final series against the defending Division champion Sturgeon Heights Huskies. In game 1 Monday, Brooke stopped 27 out of 28 shots in a 2-1 overtime loss. In game 2 Wednesday, Brooke was at her best stopping Huskies' snipers and all 26 shots for a shut out 2-0 win, forcing the deciding game 3. In game 3 Friday, Brooke was up to the challenge of who would advance to the finals. She stopped 25 of 26 shots for a 3-1game and series victory. All total, Brooke stopped 78 of 80 shots in the series - a winning force. Congratulations Brooke!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Jaida Silvaggio, CPET Canadiennes, Forward #14
Throughout the semi-final series against the Glenlawn Lions, Jaida led her team 2 crucial game and series wins enabling them to advance to the finals. In a 4-1 game 1 win on Monday, Jaida scored 2 goals including the game winner. In game 2 Tuesday, the determined Lions handed the Canadiennes a 4-1 loss, however Jaida was a tireless and dogged competitor, working both the offense and defensive zones with grit and edgy play. In the deciding game Friday, Jaida scored the opening goal, setting the tone and helping the Canadiennes earn their 2-1 game and series win in a very hard fought battle. Jaida is the Canadiennes leading scorer with an impressive 54 points. Congratulations Jaida!
CTV DIVISION 1: Anna Brownridge, VMC Trojans, Forward #7
Anna had a monster 2 game week. In a hard fought 4-3 battle against the CJS Olympiens Wednesday, she scored 2 goals including the game winner in overtime. She was not only a strong offensive presence but a defensive one her own zone. On Friday in the first game of the semi finals against the Sanford Sabres, she scored the hattrick in their 5-2 win. Congratulations Anna!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Kaitlynn Anderson, River East Kodiaks, Forward #4
In their first game of the Quarter Finals Monday against the Garden City Gophers, Kaitlynn showed her prowess on the ice by being the best player defensively and offensively . She made a great pass leading up to the game wining goal in a tight 2-0 win. In game 2 Wednesday, Kaitlynn was involved in the teams 4-1 win scoring 2 goals and adding 2 assists. She was clearly dominate and a true game changer. Congratulations Kaitlynn!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Reine Stevens, Glenlawn Lions, Forward #17
Reinie stepped onto the ice ready to do whatever she could to help the Lions beat the League newcomer TCI Titans. In their series game 1 Tuesday, she played a very smart game and took advantage of her opportunities scoring 2 goals in their 6-3 victory. Wednesday, Reine was determined to end the series scoring the game winner goal in a well played close 2-0 win over the Titans. Congratulations Reine!
CTV DIVISION 1: Coco Diamond-Burchuk, Kelvin Clippers, Defence #8
In the thrilling first game of the Quarter Final series vs the Selkirk Royals Tuesday, the Clippers fought back from a 4-2 deficit, scoring 3 goals in the final 7 minutes for the 5-2 win. Coco, the Clippers Captain, was instrumental in the win, setting up the third goal, scoring the tying goal at 1:38, and then quarter-backing the winning goal. In game two Wednesday, Coco continued with a hot hand, scoring a hattrick to defeat the Royals 4-2, claim the series and advance to the semi-final round. Congratulations Coco!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Arabella Brudney, SJR Eagles, Forward #19
On Tuesday in game one of the playoff series against the Oak Park Raiders, Arabella played like she wanted to win and did everything she could to achieve that goal. She had two primary assists and a beautiful game winner in the Eagles 3-1 victory. In game 2 Thursday, the Raiders came out hot and scored two quick goals, but Arabella remained calm, took control of the ice, set up two goals and aided the Eagles to a convincing 5-2 win. Congratulations Arabella!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Solena Desrochers, Westwood Warriors, Forward #22
The Warriors were determined to win their playoff series over the tough Lorette Scorpions and Solena played a vital role in that objective. In the first game on Tuesday, Solena scored a goal and added an assist in the Warriors’ hard fought 5-1 win. In game two Wednesday, the Scorpions came out flying, scoring the game's first goal in the third period but the Warriors tied it up with just 5:40 left in the game and then Solena ended the series by scoring the over time winner. Congratulations Solena!
CTV Division 1: Hilary Robson, Kelvin Clippers, Forward, #10
In an intense game Monday between the Selkirk Royals and the Kelvin Clippers, Hilary realized the importance of the game and came out focusing on two things - playing clean and hard. She scored the opening goal with a wicked shot on the power play. She also assisted on the Clippers second and third goals for a slim 3-2 victory in a game which went right to the last second. Congratulations Hilary!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Hailey Ross, Sturgeon Heights Huskies, Forward #22
Hailey proves the adage that its not the size of the player but her determination. In Tuesdays 4-1 victory over the River East Kodiaks, Hailey had numerous shots on goal and plenty of rebound opportunities, scoring two goals. She often found a way to be open in front of the net, and could have scored more if it wasn't for the strong play of the River East goalie. Hailey finished with 27 points in regular season. Congratulations Hailey!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Jessica Emms, Murdoch MacKay Clansmen, Forward #14
Jessica ended regular season as strongly as she started it. Tuesday against the Clansmen’s arch-rival Glenlawn Lions, Jessica played well at both ends of the ice picking up 2 assists in their 3-1 victory. The next day against the TCI Titans, she played a big roll in setting up scoring chances and her full effort resulted in a goal and an assist in the 3- 0 win. Jessica finished regular season as the Clansmen’s highest scorer with 46 points. Congratulations Jessica!
CTV Division 1: Sophie Buckberger, St. Mary's Flames, Forward # 91
Sophie had a hot hand contributing to 3 game wins for the Flames this week. In their 5-2 victory over the Clippers on Monday, Sophie dominated and scored 2 goals. In their 4-0 win over the CJS Olympiens Wednesday, she scored another goal and added an assist, fighting hard in the corners, and coming out with the puck. During their final game Friday, she did not tally any points but contributed to their 6-1 win over the VMC Trojans by working tirelessly end to end. Sophie is the Flames leading goal scorer with 42 points so far this season. Congratulations Sophie!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Brooke Kochenash, JH Bruns Broncos, Forward #14
Brooke’s outstanding performance this week contributed to the Broncos 2 of 3 game wins this week. On Monday, Sophie was up against one of the best goalies in the League but managed to score 2 goals in a hard fought 3-0 win against the FRC Centurions. Two days later, the Broncos played the mighty Sturgeon Heights Huskies, and even though they lost 3-0, Brooke was a very strong player from puck drop to final whistle. On Friday, Brooke scored the insurance goal during their 4-2 win over the Garden City Gophers. Congratulations Brooke!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Ella Maternick, Glenlawn Lions Forward #2
The Lions only had one game this week, but Ella’s contribution led to a major win over the Lorette Scorpions. Ella, with 4 goals and 1 assist, was a one-woman wrecking crew, controlling the puck in the attacking zone for long stretches and creating turnovers all over the ice. She skated hard on every shift as if it were play off time. Ella is the Lions leading scorer with 36 points so far this season. Congratulations Ella!
CTV Division 1: Hayley Lecuyer, VMC Trojans, Forward #16
Hayley showed why she was named team Captain this week with an outstanding performance leading her team to three wins this week. Hayley opened her scoring on Wednesday with a goal in her teams’ 6-2 win over the Shaftesbury Titans, followed by a hattrick in their 6-4 victory over the Sanford Sabres, and finishing off the week with a goal and an assist in their 7-0 win over the Jeanne Sauve Olympiens on Friday. Hayley is also one of her team’s leading scorers with 16 points this season. Congratulations Hayley!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Raina Guliani, Oak Park Raiders, Forward #9
Raina continued her great season for the Raiders with one goal and two helpers in the Raiders 5-1 win over the FRC Centurions this week. In the first period, she started the passing play by gaining the secondary assist to help giver her team the 1-0 lead and finished the period with another assist. Then early in the third period she scored the team’s fourth goal of the evening. With her 3-point game she remains her team’s leading scorer with 16 points for the season Congratulations Raina!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Kennedy Roulston, TCI Titans, Forward #13
Kennedy was able to score her first two goals on the new year to help propel the TCI Titans to a convincing 5-1 win over the Westwood Warriors this week. This multiple point performance was her third of the season and second two-goal game of the season. If you ask Kennedy, she may tell you she loves to play the Warriors as this is the third time this season, she has registered points against them, and the two goals including the insurance goal were crucial to ensuring her team’s win. Kennedy is one of the Titans’ leading scorers with 13 points for the season. Congratulations Kennedy!
CTV Division 1: Corey (Coco) Diamond-Burchuk, Kelvin Clippers, Forward #8
Coco had a dominating and exciting performance in her team’s back and forth thriller on Friday. She propelled the Clippers to a 2-0 lead before the host VMC Trojans stormed back with 3 goals of their own. Corey set up the tying goal, and then scored one more for a hattrick and 4-point game. Her team then scored the final goal in their thrilling 5-4 comeback win. Congratulations Coco!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Tessa Nachtigall, River East Kodiaks, Forward #12
Tessa continued to add to her season point total by collecting a goal and an assist in the Kodiaks lone game this week against the Dakota Lancers. She helped expand the Kodiaks’ lead mid-way thru the third, then followed it up with her team’s third goal of the period to seal the 5-1 win . Congratulations Tessa!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Savannah Sylvaggio, CPET Canadiennes, Forward #21
Savannah and her teammates lit up the score sheet in a 7-0 win over the Westwood Warriors this week. She scored two goals and led many rushes to help propel her team to a convincing win. Savannah has 9 points for the season. Congratulations Savannah!
CTV Division 1: Alexie Siwak, Jeanne Sauve Olympiens, Forward #44
In her lone game this week, Alexie had a career game recording two goals and two assists in the Olympiens’ 5-4 victory over the Kelvin Clippers. Alexie opened up CJS’ scoring mid way into the opening period getting the Olympiens to with in one after being down 2. She then was able to feed her line mate in the third period to collect her two helpers. Alexie concluded her 4-point game by notching the overtime Winner 11 seconds into the 4th period. Congratulations Alexie!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Toni Munz, Oak Park Raiders, Goaltender #30
Toni stopped 43 of 44 shots in two games this past week and collected a shout out in the process. On Tuesday, Toni kept the JH Bruns Broncos Bruns off the board thru 55 minutes of play in a back and forth game that ended in a 1-0 victory. On Thursday, she also led the Raiders to a convincing 4-1 win over road weary PCI Saints. Congratulations Toni!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Boppy Kavanagh, CPET KE Reivers, Forward #10
Boppy continued her torrid play this season, adding to her goal total in both Reivers’ games this week. On Monday, Boppy one goal in their 6-1 win over the Lorette Scorpions. On Friday, she recorded an assist on the Reivers’ opening goal and ended with the insurance goal late in the third period for a 3-1 win over the Westwood Warriors. Congratulations Bobby!
CTV Division 1: Julia Bird, St. Mary’s Flames, Forward #10
Julia had a busy week coming back from winter break. She was instrumental in helping the Flames to 3-game victories. On Monday, Julia earned an assist during the Flames 7-1 win over the Selkirk Royals, and on Wednesday, she helped her team to a 4-0 win against the Beliveau Barracudas. Friday was Julia’s break out game earning 4 points in the Flames 12-1 victory over the Jeanne Sauvé Olympiens. She scored her first goal of her hattrick late in the first period before adding two more tallies in the second period, and for good measure, she added an assist in the third. Congratulations Julia!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Alessia Rendina, Sturgeon Heights Huskies, Goalie #1
In 100 minutes of action, Allesia back stopped two wins for a Huskies’ game sweep this week. On Tuesday, Alessia stopped all 17 shots including a late push of 9 shots, doubling her previous two periods shot total in a 3-0 shutout win over the SJR Eagles. In her second stellar performance on Thursday, Alessia stopped 22 of 23 shots. Her lone blemish was in the first period, and in final 40 minutes she turned away 13 shots as her teammates potted 7 straight goals to cruise to a 7-1 win over the Oak Park Raiders. Congratulations Alessia!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Samantha Onyebuchi, CPET Canadiennes, Defence #9
Samantha played a solid two-way game in both Canadiennes games this week, contributing to two team wins. On Tuesday in their 5-1 win over the TCI Titans, Samantha was strong on defence and her solid passing notched a pair of assists. On Friday, Samantha’s strong performance netted her a goal and an assist in her team’s 5-1 win over the KE Reivers. Samantha is one of CPET’s leading scorers with 14 points. A great start to 2020. Congratulations Samantha!
CTV DIVISION 1: Maisie Duffin, Beliveau Barracudas, Forward #17
They say its not the size of the player in the fight but the size of the fight in the player - and that describes Maisie, a talented rookie player. In the Barracudas game against the powerful Kelvin Clippers on Tuesday, Maisie came out firing and assisted on 3 goals in their 5-2 win. The next day against the Shaftesbury Titans, Maisie scored a goal and an assist, never giving up in 5-4 OT loss. Maisie has 9 points for the season. Congratulations Maisie!
WFP Division 2: Lily Sousa, SJR Eagles, Defence #9
On Thursday against the Oak Park Raiders, Lily scored 2 goals and an assist in a dominant performance that included a stifling defence for a thrilling 4-3 over time win for the Eagles. Captain Sousa earned her stripes as she helped her team with a hard-fought win. Lily is the leading scorer for the Eagles with 14 points. Congratulations Lilly!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Marlena Parenteau, KE Reivers, Forward #9
Marlena was instrumental in the Reivers big win over the WKC Wolverines Monday. She had a strong two-way game, scoring two goals and stopping only when on the bench. Marlena added the determination her team needed to secure the 4-2 win. Marlena is the leading scorer for the Reivers with 12 points for the season. Congratulations Marlena!
CTV Division 1: Sidney Eisbrenner, Sanford Sabres, Forward # 14
It is sometimes said that good things come in small packages, and that is the case with Sidney who worked hard to help her teammates secure two very close wins this week. On Tuesday, Sidney assisted the lone goal in the Sabres 1-0 win over the Selkirk Royals, and then two days later, she earned another assist in their 5-4 win over the Kelvin Clippers. Sidney was a constant threat, creating chances for herself and her teammates. Congratulations Sidney!
WFP Division 2: Natasha Rosset, PCI Saints, Forward #14
How do spell star: N-a-t-a-s-h-a. Thursday against the SJR Eagles, Natasha worked the game from end to end with undying determination, never letting up. She let the attack for her team all game resulting in a hattrick in their 4-1 win. Natasha is one the PCI Saints leading scorers with 10 points this season. Congratulations Natasha!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Jordyn Nepinak-Sargent, WKC Wolverines, Goalie #1
Jordyn had an exceptional week of outstanding play in two close games. On Thursday against the TCI Titans, Jordyn stopped 27 out of 29 shots in a right down to the wire 2-1 loss. Then on Friday against the Westwood Warriors, Jordyn saved all 32 shots including a few for the highlight reel, securing a shut out and 2-0 win for the Wolverines. A great performance. Congratulations Jordyn!
CTV Division 1: Maia Ehmann, St. Mary's Flames, Forward #8
Maia personifies the Flames. She’s feisty, hard-working, fights for the puck, and often makes the right play at the right time. On Thursday against the powerful Sanford Sabres, Maia skated hard from one end of the rink to the other, never letting up, earning her a hattrick for a 3-1 Flames victory. Maia has 12 points for the season. Congratulations Maia!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Emma Pool, Sturgeon Heights Huskies, Forward #7
When the going gets tough, the tough get going and that’s exactly how Emma played on Tuesday against the Garden City Gophers. Behind 1-0 in the third period, Emma turned on the booster rockets, scoring the tying goal, followed by a sparkling play where she roofed the winning goal plus an insurance goal for the hattrick and a 3-1 victory for the Huskies. Emma is the Huskies leading scorer with 17 points. Congratulations Emma!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Emily Gutoski, Springfield Sabres, Forward #10
On Monday night in a hard-fought, down to the wire game, Emily stepped up to plate. Through a combination of skill and determination, Emily delivered the final hit, scoring in overtime for the Sabres 2-1 win over the number one ranked Murdoch MacKay Clansmen. On Friday, Emily scored another goal in the Sabres 5-2 win over the TCI Titans. Congratulations on a great week Emily!
CTV Division 1: Kate Rogers, Beliveau Barracudas, Forward # 19
On Wednesday, Kate turned on the jets against the Kelvin Clippers scoring 1 goal and adding 3 assists. Her huge impact on the ice led to the Barracudas 4-2 victory as they fought hard to maintain their lead. Two days in their 5-1 loss to the Shaftesbury Titans, Kate skated with high intensity and passion, never giving up from puck drop at the start the game to the final whistle. Kate is one of the Barracudas leading scorers with 6 points for the season. Congratulations on a great week Kate!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Natasha Lachiver , CSLR Renards, Forward #4
Natasha played a phenomenal game, setting up cycles and making great decisions, which netted her 1 goal and 1 assist in the Renards 4-1 victory over Miles Mac Buckeyes on Wednesday. Despite Natasha’s never-ending desire to win, the Renards hit a roadblock on Thursday with a 2-0 loss to the Garden City Gophers, but during the final game of the week, Natasha scored another goal in their 5- 0 win over the FRC Centurions earning her the Renards’ top scoring spot with 11 points. Congratulations on a great week Natasha!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Jaida Silvaggio, CPET Canadiennes, Forward #14
Jaida had an incredible week of our standing play. On Tuesday, she scored both goals in the Canadiennes’ evenly matched, hard-fought 2-1 victory over the WKC Wolverines. Jaida carried the play and fought endlessly for puck control, setting up scoring chances for her fellow teammates while back checking the Wolverines to prevent goals. Jaida scored another goal and an assist in the Canadiennes 4-2 loss to the Glenlawn Lions on Friday, helping her to finish in the top three League scorers with 21 points. Congratulations Jaida!
CTV Division 1: Mackenzie Ramsey, Jeanne Sauve Olympiens, Forward #3
Mackenzie may be small, but her inner lion roared this week helping her team claim two victories. On Tuesday, she scored 2 goals and an assist in the Olympiens 3-0 win over the VMC Trojans. Mackenzie was the best player on the ice beginning to end, and she carried that over to her next game Thursday, working hard in the corners and in front of the net in tight 3-1 loss against the third ranked Selkirk Royals. Mackenzie is the Olympiens leading scorer with 6 points this season. Congratulations Mackenzie!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Megan Huscroft, Garden City Gophers, Forward #3
Megan displayed an intense desire to help lead her team to a pair of victories this week. On Thursday, she scored 2 goals, had many other shots and set up her teammates for scoring changes leading to the Gophers 5-1 success over the FRC Centurions. Friday, Megan scored another goal and assist in the Gophers 3-2 win over the third ranked River East Kodiaks. Megan is the Gophers leading scorer with 5 points this season. Congratulations Megan!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Jenna Sellen, Springfield Sabres, Forward #21
Jenna played a huge part in the Sabres two victories this week proving that hard work brings success. On Tuesday, Jenna scored one goal and displayed plenty of effort and hard work in their victory over the Westwood Warriors. Three days later the Sabres were up against the Glenlawn Lions and once again Megan worked hard the whole game and ended up scoring the winning goal late in the third period. Congratulations Jenna!
CTV Division 1: Melayna Drozd, Sanford Sabres, Forward #16
Melayna was on fire this week and a dominating force on the ice helping the Sabres to two important victories. On Wednesday, Melayna scored 2 goals and 3 assists guiding the Sabres to a 6-2 win over the Shaftesbury Titans, and then on Thursday, she scored another two goals in their 3-1 win over the VMC Trojans. Melayna was the driving force behind all team goals scored this week including a nice semi-break away goal of her own. Melayna is the Sabres leading scorer with 13 points for the season. Congratulations to Melayna!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Ava Memka, JH Bruns Broncos, Forward #13
Ava had a monstrous week, playing with determination and a desire to do her best to help her team win both games played this week. On Tuesday, Ava came out flying against the Sturgeon Heights Huskies, scoring the hat trick for the Broncos commanding 4-1 win. Two days later, she scored a goal and added an assist in a hard-fought 2-0 win over tenacious Garden City Gophers. Ava has 8 points for the season. Congratulations Ava!
HIRE MARKETING DIVISION 3: Payton Zubec, Westwood Warriors, Goalie #1
They say the best defense is the best goal tending and that's what Payton Zubec of the Westwood Warriors provided her team this week in back to back games against the WKC Wolverines. On Tuesday, Payton stood on her head stopping 42 of 42 shots, some of them unbelievable stops for a shut out and 1-0 win. Three days later, Payton made stropped 20 out of 21 shots including more fabulous stops, but they this time the Warriors were unable to score in their 1-0 loss to the Wolverines. Congratulations Payton!
CTV Division 1: Ella Friesen, Shaftesbury Titans, Forward # 10
Ella was dynamite on the ice this week with both a strong offence and defensive game. On Tuesday, she helped the Titans beat the Beliveau Barracudas 5-1 scoring one goal and an assist. On Wednesday, Ella picked up her pace in the Titans hard-fought 4-3 shoot out win against the Jeanne Sauvé Olympiens scoring a goal in regulation as well as the shootout winner in a 4-3 win. Congratulations Ella!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Abigail Parsons, Dakota Lancers, Forward, #2
Abigail was instrumental in the Lancers definitive 4-1 win over the SJR Eagles this week. Her amazing and strong end to end ice performance earned her a hattrick including the game winning goal. Congratulations Abigail!
Hire Marketing Division 3: McKenna Lorentz, TCI Titans, Defence #15
McKenna’s hard work and determination earned her a goal in the Titans 2-0 win over the WKC Wolverines on Tuesday, and two more goals in their dominating 8-0 win against the Lorette Scorpions on Wednesday. Congratulations McKenna!
CTV Division 1: Anna Brownridge , VMC Trojans, Forward #7
Anna is hard working, determined and dedicated to being the best she can be to help her team be successful on and off the ice. Anna started the week with 2 goals and an assist in the Trojans' 5-3 victory over the Shaftesbury Titans and ended the week with a goal against the Beliveau Barracudas in a 3-0 win. Congratulations Anna!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Kate Stewart, Miles Mac Buckeyes, Forward #4
Kate started the year much like she did last year, working hard and paying dividends for her team. On Monday, Kate scored 2 goals and a helper in the hard fought 4-3 win over the PCI Saints, and then Wednesday helper her team secure another tough win over the River East Kodiaks, scoring 1 goal and adding 2 assists in the 5-4 win. Kate is her team's scoring leader with 10 points this season. Congratulations Kate!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Cally Phillips, Lorette Scorpions , Forward #12
Cally Phillips was a dominant force on Wednesday, helping her team secure their first win of the season, 3-2 OT against the tough WKC Wolverines. The Scorpions were behind two goals entering the second period when Cally turned it up a notch. She scored a hard-fought goal in the second period, assisted the tying goal in the third, and then scored 18 seconds in overtime to claim victory. Congratulations Cally!
CTV Division 1: Claire Bumstead, Kelvin Clippers, Defence #5
Claire was instrumental in helping her team beat the Jeanne Sauvé Olympiens 6-2 in the League opening game on Monday. Claire scored 2 goals and an assist, and her excellent control of the puck and ability to move well from end to end contributed to her team’s victory. Congratulations Claire!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Kaitlynn Anderson, River East Kodiaks, Forward #4
Kaitlynn played a pivotal role in two Kodiak wins and secured 4 points this week. On Monday, she battled hard, played with intensity and was rewarded with the lone goal for an exciting 1-0 OT win over the PCI Saints. On Thursday, Kaitlyn had a good overall game, scoring 2 goals in their 5-0 win over the Oak Park Raiders, and she ended the week with an assist in her team 3-4 loss against the CSLR Renards on Friday. Congratulations Kaitlynn!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Sarah Rach, Murdoch MacKay Clansmen, Forward #10
Sarah Rach had an incredible performance this week netting 5-points in two games. On Monday in the Clansmen’s 2-2 tie against the CPET Canadiennes, Sarah delivered both Clansmen goals; she was her lines leader controlling the puck for multiple zone entries and was effective fore-checking behind their opponent’s net. On Thursday, Sarah scored a goal and 2 assists for a team win over the WKC Wolverines. Congratulations Sarah!
CTV Division 1: Morgan Baker, Selkirk Royals, Goalie #30
The Selkirk Royals came out blazing this first week of the season. With the outstanding effort of their goalie Morgan Baker, the Royals were victorious against the Jeanne-Sauve Olmpiens. Morgan was the backbone of her team, making 25 stops including some incredible saves for a 4-0 shut out win. The next day, Morgan had another incredible game for the Royals helping them defeat the equally strong Shaftesbury Titans with a score of 3-2. Congratulations Morgan!
Winnipeg Free Press Division 2: Lisa Slater, FRC Centurions, Goalie #1
After taking a season off, the FRC Centurions started this season on a positive note, winning a hard fought battle against the SJR Eagles. The Centurions' victory can be attributed to the amazing performance of their goalie Lisa Slater who battled hard and stopped some amazing shots that would have otherwise found the net and led to a blowout defeat. Instead, Lisa demonstrated her expertise and passion to win. Congratulations Lisa!
Hire Marketing Division 3: Ella Maternick, Glenlawn Lions, Forward #2
The Glenlawn Lions started the season strong with a game one victory over the rookie TCI Titans. In a hard-fought battle from the first whistle to the last, the Lions Ella Maternick used her speed to be quick on the puck, fore-checking and causing several turnovers in the offensive zone. Ella also had a nose for the net scoring 2 goals in their 3-2 win. Ella continued her performance by helping her team to a 6-0 win over the WKC Wolverines. Congratulations Ella!