Canada West ResultsREGINA at MANITOBA: The Bisons continued their winning ways with a dominant 5-1 win. The Bisons got goals from Jordyn Zacharias, Charity Price, Alexandra Anderson on the power-play, Alana Serhan, and Lauryn Keen. Lilla Carpenter-Boesch snapped Rachel Dyck's shutout streak at 132:07 with her goal. Dyck 16 saves for the win while Jane Kish took the loss in allowing five goals on 30 shots in 40:19 of work. Morgan Baker made four saves on four shots in relief.
REGINA at MANITOBA: The second game featured another onslaught of offence by the Bisons as they scored seven goals before Regina got on the board. Manitoba saw goals from Nicole Carswell, Venla Hovi, Erica Rieder, Taryn Kokesch, Alana Serhan on the power-play, Sheridan Oswald, and Erin Kucheravy on the power-play before Kylie Gavelin's power-play marker midway through the third period rounded out the scoring. Manitoba takes this game by a 7-1 score as we saw 11 different goal-scorers for the Bisons this weekend. Rachel Dyck was good on 24 of 25 shots while Jane Kish stopped 12 of 16 shots in 31:34 of action in taking the loss. Morgan Baker made 12 saves on the 15 shots she faced in relief.
CALGARY at MOUNT ROYAL: The first game in the Crowchild Classic needed double-overtime to find a winner as the Calgary Dinos picked up the win with a 3-2 victory. The Cougars celebrated goals by Reanna Arnold and Sarah Weninger while Calgary got markers from Rachel Paul and Audrey Buston before Buston scored her second of the game 4:32 into the double-overtime period. Hayley Dowling picked up the win in making 27 saves while Emma Pincott took the loss in extra time.
MOUNT ROYAL at CALGARY: The second half of this home-and-home series for the two Calgary-based schools saw the Cougars respond after a tough loss with a 2-1 road victory! The same two women as the previous night were responsible for Saturday's win as Reanna Arnold and Sarah Weninger tallied the goals for Mount Royal. Calgary's Cheyann Newman had the lone goal for the Dinos on this night. Zoe DeBeauville picked up the first Mount Royal win this season in stopping 21 of 22 shots while Hayley Dowling took the loss after making 28 stops.
UBC at ALBERTA: Two first-period goals would be all that UBC needed on this night. Logan Boyd and Mathea Fischer scored for the Thunderbirds while Amelia Boughn earned her first CIS shutout as the T-Birds downed the Pandas by a 2-0 score. While UBC was outshot in this game, Alberta's Lindsey Post only stopped 16 of 18 shots in the loss.
UBC at ALBERTA: The second game of the weekend set needed a fifth period for a winner. Alberta got goals from Autumn MacDougall on the power-play and Abby Benning in regulation time while UBC saw goals from Mairead Bast on the power-play and Logan Boyd. In the extra time, Logan Boyd scored 11 seconds into double-overtime to push UBC to the 3-2 win. Tory Micklash picked up the victory in stopping 18 shots while Dayna Owen suffered the loss in stopping 16 of 19 shots.
SASKATCHEWAN at LETHBRIDGE: Two goals in the second period put the Huskies up for good in this game as Saskatchewan won 4-2. Lethbridge scorers included Aislinn Kooistra and Jodi Gentile while Saskatchewan was paced by goals from Courtney Cormack, Kaitlin Willoughby, Kori Herner, and a power-play marker from Shyan Elias. Jasey Rae Book picked up the win in stopping 14 of 16 shots while Alicia Anderson was on the losing end despite stopping 43 shots!
SASKATCHEWAN at LETHBRIDGE: The same margin of victory led Saskatchewan to a second-straight win over the Pronghorns, but the final score would be much different. Rachel Johnson scored a power-play goal while Lauren Zary notched a shorthanded goal, and Cassidy Hendricks was perfect on 23 shots as the Huskies blanked the Pronghorns 2-0. Alicia Anderson was under siege in the Lethbridge net once again as she stopped 31 shots in a losing effort.
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Ontario ResultsBROCK at GUELPH: This game needed extra time to determine a winner. Guelph's Sydney Davison and Brock's Annie Berg traded goals in the second period - Berg's goal coming on the power-play - while both Valerie Lamenta and Jensen Murphy went save-for-save through 60 minutes. In double-overtime, Guelph's Karli Shell finally broke the stalemate at 2:25, and the Gryphons took the victory with a 2-1 score. Lamenta made 27 saves in the win while Murphy stopped 29 shots in the loss.
TORONTO at RYERSON: The final score in this game is probably considered an upset. Kryshandra Green scored in the first period and Ailish Forfar added a second goal midway through the third period as the Ryerson Rams downed the Toronto Varsity Blues by a 2-0 score. Sydney Authier stopped all 33 shots fired at her for her first shutout of the season while Hailey Farrelly surrendered two goals on 20 shots in the loss.
WINDSOR at NIPISSING: Three straight goals would pace the Lakers to the 3-1 victory over the Lancers. Taylor McManus, Bronwyn Bolduc, and Kaitlyn McManus on the power-play put Nipissing up 3-0 before Danielle Butler got one back for Windsor with two minutes to play, but it wouldn't be enough. Jacqueline Rochefort stopped 21 shots to record the victory while Morgan Farrow stopped 35 shots in a losing effort.
UOIT at WATERLOO: Maryn Caragata's strike and Amy Barnard's empty-net goal were the only two pucks to find the back of the net in this game as the Waterloo Warriors downed the UOIT Ridgebacks by a 2-0 score. Stephanie Sluys was perfect on 23 attempts at the net for her first shutout of the season while Cassie Charette took the loss despite stopping 30 of 31 shots.
QUEEN'S at LAURIER: Addi Halladay and Emily Jukosky scored the only goals in this game as the Queen's Gaels shutout the Laurier Golden Hawks 2-0. Stephanie Pascal stopped all 31 shots that Laurier attempted for the shutout win while Amanda Smith made 29 saves in the loss.
BROCK at YORK: The Badgers came into this game looking to erase the loss suffered on Wednesday to Guelph. Three straight goals in the second period helped Brock to that goal as Christina Leradi book-ended a Lisa Buratynski goal for the 3-0 lead. The Lions got one back when Erin Locke scored with just under seven minutes to play, but they would get no more as Brock downed York 3-1. Stephanie Loukes stopped all but one of the 35 shots she saw for the win while Lauren Dubie had a rough night in stopping just 16 of 19 shots in the loss.
GUELPH at TORONTO: It might be hard to believe, but Toronto scored one goal all weekend and went 1-1. Kristi Riseley scored the only goal of the game early in the second period as the Varsity Blues downed the Guelph Gryphons 1-0 in this game. Valencia Yordanov stopped all 23 shots in the shutout win while Valerie Lamenta surrendered just one goal on 23 shots and took the loss.
WINDSOR at LAURENTIAN: Every time it looked like Windsor was generating momentum, Laurentian would crush that hope. Shawna Lesperance scored 33 seconds into the game for Windsor, but Laurentian wiped that out with a power-play goal and a shorthanded goal from Ellery Veerman. Krystin Lawrence would tie the game 1:33 into the second period, but Laurentian would get goals from MacAuley Carr, Maggie Brennan on the power-play, and Elissa Bertuzzi to pace the Voyageurs to the 5-2 victory. Laura Deller earned the win in making 25 saves while Molly Jenkins took the loss in making 13 of 17 stops in 30:59 of work. Morgan Farrow came on in relief of Jenkins and stopped 10 of 11 shots she faced.
WESTERN at NIPISSING: The Lakers were the only team to put ink on the scoresheet in this game. Taylor Murphy scored in the first period and Bronwyn Bolduc added a power-play goal in the second period while Jacqueline Rochefort stopped all 27 shots she faced as Nipissing downed the Western Mustangs 2-0. Tareya Webster, wearing #94 in net for the Mustangs, stopped 22 shots in the loss.
QUEEN'S at WATERLOO: This one was ugly. Waterloo's final score was determined off goals by Amy Barnard, Cynthia Cavanagh, Alison Hanson, Angela MacDonald, Hanson again, and Tegan Odland. When all was said and done, Stephanie Sluys had stopped all 15 shots she faced to shutout the Queen's Gaels 6-0. Stephanie Pascal stopped 10 of 14 shots in taking the loss for Queen's, but she only lasted 22:51. The remainder of the game was handled by Claire Warren who stopped 23 of 25 shots she faced.
WESTERN at LAURENTIAN: The Voyageurs looked very solid this weekend as they picked up their second win in two days with a 4-2 victory over Western. Laurentian got goals from Morgan McCann, Ellery Veerman, Taylor Weber on the power-play, and Emma Leger while Western saw Alyssa Chiarello score on the power-play and Megan Taylor at even-strength in the loss. Laura Deller stopped 27 shots in the win while Katie Jacobs took the loss despite making 30 saves.
RYERSON at YORK: Ryerson and York needed a skills competition to determine a winner. Ryerson goal scorers incuded Ailish Forfar and Lauren Nicholson while York got goals from Leah Hibbert and Dana Somerville. In the shootout, York's Rianna Langford and Dana Somerfield scored while Ryerson was kept off the board as York took this game 3-2. Lauren Dubie stopped 26 shots for York in the win while Sydney Authier stopped 33 shots in a losing effort.
UOIT at LAURIER: Laurier's Danielle Wark opened the scoring in the first period, but UOIT's Chelsea Ball would tie the game in the second period with a power-play goal. In the third period, the Panthers got a goal from Kassidy Nauboris with 4:28 to play, and that goal would be the difference as UOIT downed Laurier by a 2-1 score. Cassie Charette made just 10 stops in the win while Laurier's Lauren Webber stopped 30 shots in the loss.
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Quebec ResultsMcGILL at MONTREAL: The Martlets beat up on the Carabins in this one. Olivia Atkinson, Nicole Howlett on the power-play, Melodie Daoust, Jade Downie, and Sidonie Chard scored for McGill while Montreal's lone goal came off the stick of Alexandra Labelle on the power-play. After the dust had settled, McGill took the victory with a 5-1 defeat of Montreal. Tricia Dequire picked up the win with a 22-save performance while Marie-Pier Chabot took the loss despite making 32 saves.
CARLETON at OTTAWA: Holy goal-scoring, Batman! Carleton got goals from Shannon Pearson, Delaney Ross, Hannah Dinovitzer, and Katia Boulianne. Ottawa, however, saw a pile of goals scored as Shanie Deschatelets, Melodie Bouchard on the power-play, Bryanna Neuwald, Marimee Godbout-Parent while shorthanded, Bouchard again on the power-play, Vickie Lemire, and Godbout-Parent on the power-play all tallied for the GeeGees. In the end, Ottawa took this game 7-4 over the Ravens. Emilie Bouchard made 24 saves in the win while Katelyn Steele stood in for all seven goals against in the loss.
MONTREAL at CARLETON: The two RSEQ teams who had recorded losses on this weekend met on Sunday. The Ravens opened the scoring off Jenna Mitchell's goal, but Montreal erased it with two second-period goals from Maude Laramee and Jessica Cormier. The Ravens scored a pair of their own in the third period off the sticks of Katia Boulianne on the power-play and Tawnya Guindon, and they would skate to the 3-2 victory over the Carabins. Katelyn Steele rebounded from the loss the night before to record a 47-save win while Marie-Pier Chabot surrendered three goals on 16 shots in the loss.
CONCORDIA at McGILL: Three goals were scored in this game. Sidonie Chard scored for McGill in the first period, Melodie Daoust added a second Martlets goal in the second period, and Concordia's Marie-Joelle Allard scored on the power-play to make things interesting in the third period. It wouldn't be enough, though, as McGill captured victory with the 2-1 score. Tricia Dequire picked up her second win of the weekend with the 29 stops she made while Katherine Purchase suffered the loss in stopping 22 of 24 shots.
Maritime ResultsDALHOUSIE at ST. FRANCIS XAVIER: One team got all the goals. StFX saw Lisa Downey score shorthanded, Sara Bujold, Lydia Schurman, and Santana Gravelle score goals in the third period before Bujold fired a puck into the empty net while shorthanded for the 5-0 StFX win. Carley Molnar improves to 1-1-0 on the season with the 14-save shutout win while Mati Barrett drops to 0-3-0 in the loss.
SAINT MARY'S at MOUNT ALLISON: One team got all the goals. Goals for the Huskies came off the sticks of Siobhan Birch, Hannah Askin, Caitlyn Manning, and Laura Polak to pace the team to a 4-0 victory over the Mounties. Rebecca Weagle, wearing #73 for Saint Mary's, stopped all 21 shots sent her way for the shutout while Keri Martin took the loss despite making 46 saves on the night.
ST. THOMAS at UPEI: One team got all the goals. Lauren Legault, Lauren Henman, and Paige Jackson scored the three goals recorded on the night, and the St. Thomas Tommies took this game by a 3-0 score of the UPEI Panthers. Abby Clarke was perfect on 17 shots for the shutout win while Marie-Soleil Deschenes stopped 31 shots in the loss.
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UPEI at SAINT MARY'S: One team got all the goals. Caitlyn Manning, Hayley Hallihan, and Siobhan Birch did all the scoring and Rebecca Clark did all the stopping as the Panthers were shutout for a second-straight game as Saint Mary's won 3-0. Clark improved to 2-1-0 with the 12-save shutout win while Marie-Soleil Deschenes falls to 2-2-0 after making 29 saves.
MOUNT ALLISON at ST. THOMAS: One team got all the goals. The Tommies put a thrashing on the Mounties after they got goals from Lauren Legault, Alisha Gilbert, Rahel Michielin, Emily Oleksuk, and a pair from Lauren Henman. In the end, the Tommies scored a 6-0 victory over the Mounties. Taylor Day improved to 2-0-0 with her 26-save shutout win while Keri Martin dropped to 1-3-0 on the season after surrendering five goals in 40:40. Lindsey Wray came on in relief of Martin, and she stopped 16 of 17 shots.
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So there you have it, folks. A quick and dirty rundown of all the games this past weekend. Next weekend, I promise a better effort as my week begins to settle down a little. I'll be traveling all week again, but I should get some time to plug a few entries in. Hold tight for those!
Until next time, keep your sticks on the ice!