2005 National Women's Under-18 Championship


Ontario Red Wins Gold

ONTARIO RED SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS NATIONAL WOMEN’S UNDER-18 TITLE

SALMON ARM, BC – For the second consecutive season, Ontario Red has taken home the gold medal at the 2005 National Women’s Under-18 Championship and Team Quebec took home the silver.  Ontario Red stifled the powerful Quebec offence and outshot them 32-19 en route to a 2-1 victory in the gold medal game.  Team Ontario Red was dominant throughout the tournament allowing but a single goal against, which came in the third period of the final game, outscoring its opponents 19-1. » more

 


Team Atlantic Wins Bronze

TOURNAMENT AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED

Most Valuable Player:
Laura Fridfinnson (Manitoba)

Top Forward:
Rebecca Johnston (Ontario Red)

Top Goaltender:
Christina Kessler (Ontario Red)

Top Defence:
Brittany Maschmayer (Alberta)

Most Sportsmanlike Player:
Stephanie Roy (Atlantic)

 

B.C. 3 – SASKATCHEWAN 2

Two winless teams faced-off on Saturday in a battle to avoid the basement of the standings.  » more

ALBERTA 5 – ONTARIO BLUE 4

Team Ontario Blue came out firing on all cylinders on Saturday afternoon as they battle Team Alberta for 5th place in the final rankings. Laura McIntosh netted her first goal and Catherine White scored two in the first period to give Team Ontario Blue a commanding 3-0 lead. » more

 

ONTARIO RED 5 – ATLANTIC 0

For the second straight year, Team Ontario Red will be battling out for the Gold medal after a 5-0 victory over Team Atlantic. » more

QUEBEC 3 – MANITOBA 0

Team Quebec will face Team Ontario Red for the second consecutive year in the gold medal game after a 3-0 victory over Team Manitoba. » more

 

ATLANTIC 2 – ONTARIO BLUE 1

Team Atlantic continued their strong play in the National Under-18 Championship round robin with a 2-1 victory over Team Ontario Blue.» more

ONTARIO RED 3 – ALBERTA 0

Defending Champions Team Ontario Red capped off an impressive round robin with a 3-0 victory of Team Alberta on Friday afternoon. » more

 

MANITOBA 4 –
SASKATCHEWAN 3 (OT)

Team Manitoba entered Friday’s game looking to secure second place in Pool A and a place in the medal round while Saskatchewan was trying to avoid losing their third in a row. » more

QUEBEC 7 – B.C. 3

After witnessing Team Ontario Red secure first place in Pool A, Team Quebec was not to be outdone and clinched 1st in Pool B  
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ONTARIO RED 5 – SASKATCHEWAN 0

Team Ontario Red continued their strong play on Thursday morning downing team Saskatchewan 5-0. » more

QUEBEC 7 – ATLANTIC 3

Coming off their big win over host Team BC on Wednesday night, Team Atlantic struck early in the first period as Amber Gaudette broke in alone and beat Majorie Lessard to give Atlantic a one goal lead. » more

 

MANITOBA 4 – ALBERTA 1

After a tough loss against Team Ontario Red on Wednesday afternoon, Team Manitoba bounced back with a big win against Team Alberta. » more

ONTARIO BLUE 2 – B.C. 1

Wednesday night’s feature game was a defensive battle as Team Ontario Blue met Team B.C. » more

 

TEAM QUEBEC 3 – ONTARIO BLUE 2

Team Quebec and Team Ontario Blue faced-off in the first game of the 2005 National Under-18 Championships on Wednesday morning in what turned out to be a Special Teams game. » more

TEAM ALBERTA 3 – TEAM SASKATCHEWAN 1

Team Saskatchewan spent most of the night in the penalty box as they were shorthanded 12 times in the game, by far the most in one game on opening day. » more

 

TEAM ONTARIO RED 4 – TEAM MANITOBA 0

Team Ontario Red began their gold medal defence with an impressive 4-0 victory over Team Manitoba on Wednesday afternoon. » more

TEAM ATLANTIC 4 – TEAM B.C. 0

What should have been a victory for Team BC turned out to be a stunning upset victory for Team Atlantic.  Often looked upon as an underdog, Team Atlantic was anything but on Wednesday night. » more