2007 National Women's Under-18 Championship

Manitoba  3 -  Saskatchewan  4
 

WIEBE SCORES WINNER LATE AS SASKATCHEWAN TOPS MANITOBA

Alyssa Wiebe scored the game-winner on a two-man advantage with just 35 seconds to go, giving Saskatchewan a 4-3 win over Manitoba in Group A action at the 2007 National Women’s Under-18 Championship on Wednesday afternoon.

Wiebe snapped a shot past goaltender Delayne Brian just six seconds after Manitoba’s Bailey Bram was sent off for tripping, giving Saskatchewan (1-0) a 5-on-3 advantage. The win was the first for the Prairie province in their last seven games at this event, dating back to the January 2005 event.

Rianne Wight, Tiara Schoenroth and Shelby Nisbet also scored for Saskatchewan, who built an early 2-0 lead only to see Manitoba (0-1) come back to take a 3-2 lead into the third period. Saskatchewan will face Ontario Red on Thursday afternoon (1:00 p.m. ET).

Bram – who was named Manitoba’s Player of the Game – scored once and added two assists, while captain Chelsea Karpenko had a pair of goals in a losing cause. Manitoba, who held a 39-22 advantage in shots on goal, will face Alberta on Thursday afternoon (4:00 p.m. ET).

 

Game Information
Game Number Round Preliminary
Arena Kitchener Memorial Auditorium City, Country Kitchener, Ont., Canada
Month / Day / Year 11/07/2007 Time (local) 01:00 PM ET
Attendance 364 Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Manitoba (MB) 1 2 0 3
Saskatchewan (SK) 2 0 2 4
Goals/Penalties
First Period
Goals:
   02:19 SK 14 Rianne Wight (20 Kali Gillanders) PP
   08:23 SK 18 Tiara Schoenroth (20 Kali Gillanders, 3 Megan Frohaug)
   17:48 MB 16 Chelsea Karpenko (7 Bailey Bram) PP

Penalties:
   01:14 MB 9 Breann Frykas (Hooking)
   01:33 MB 17 Chelsea Illchuk (Interference)
   03:38 MB 4 Kylie Klassen (Holding)
   15:59 SK 9 Jessica Campbell (Interference)
   17:11 SK 15 Danille Braaten (Cross Checking)

Second Period
Goals:
   04:19 MB 16 Chelsea Karpenko (7 Bailey Bram) PP
   08:52 MB 7 Bailey Bram (8 Rebecca Hewett, 20 Christine Bestland)

Penalties:
   03:47 SK 2 Paige Pyett (Interference)
   09:26 MB 8 Rebecca Hewett (Interference)
   16:45 SK 9 Jessica Campbell (Tripping)

Third Period
Goals:
   03:34 SK 11 Shelby Nisbet
   19:25 SK 16 Alyssa Wiebe PP

Penalties:
   00:33 MB 16 Chelsea Karpenko (High Sticking)
   06:46 SK 10 Lauren Cromartie (Bodychecking)
   13:01 MB 14 Brittany Phillips (Interference)
   14:17 MB 4 Kylie Klassen (Hooking)
   17:39 MB 2 Brittany Hergesheimer (Roughing)
   19:19 MB 7 Bailey Bram (Tripping)


Goaltenders
Manitoba
1 Delayne Brian On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00
Saskatchewan
31 Michala Jeffries On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Manitoba 12 15 12 39
Saskatchewan 6 7 9 22

Player of Game
Manitoba 7 Bailey Bram
Saskatchewan 31 Michala Jeffries
Officials
Referee Krista Whitebone
Lines People Lisa Grison, Shauna Wing
Videos
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