2009 National Women's Under-18 Championship

British Columbia  2 -  Alberta  4


SURREY, B.C. – Defender Akane Hosoyamada (Banff, Alta.) stepped off the blue line and into the offensive zone on the ice Wednesday night in Surrey, securing Alberta’s first two goals of a 4-1 win over fellow Westerners British Columbia.

Following a scoreless first period, Hosoyamada’s first one of the night came just less than a minute into the second, on passes from Brittany Styner (Calgary, Alta.) and Danielle Brown (Cold Lake, Alta). She followed her own example, pocketing her next one at 18:05 in the same period.

But British Columbia put a quick stop to that trend, with Breanna Frasca (Kamloops, B.C.) claiming her team’s lone goal of the night, putting the score at 2-1 going into the second intermission.

Brittany Laing (Port Coquitlam, B.C.) made a comeback even more possible for her team with a goal at 6:41 in the third, but Alberta’s Styner and Rachel Walsh (Calgary, Atla.) ended that dream with goals of their own by the end of the final period, Walsh’s in the last eight seconds of the game.

British Columbia is back on the ice to take on Quebec (0-1) on Thursday night (8 p.m. PT), while Alberta faces off against Manitoba (1-0) for the afternoon game of the day (1 p.m. PT).


Game Information
Game Number Round Preliminary
Arena South Surrey Arena City, Country Surrey, B.C., Canada
Month / Day / Year 11/04/2009 Time (local) 08:00 PM PT
Attendance Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3  Total
British Columbia (BC) 0 1 12
Alberta (AB)0224
First Period

   00:19 BC 13 Kaleigh Fratkin (Roughing)
   03:49 AB 18 Mac Purvis (Cross Checking)
   06:33 BC 15 Brittany Laing (Cross Checking)
   10:11 BC 13 Kaleigh Fratkin (Cross Checking)
   17:14 AB 19 Karlee Odland (Bodychecking)

Second Period
   00:49 AB 17 Akane Hosoyamada (10 Brittany Styner, 3 Danielle Brown)
   18:05 AB 17 Akane Hosoyamada (12 Rachel Walsh)
   19:20 BC 7 Breanna Frasca (9 Carling Chown, 2 Daniella Matteucci)

   14:12 BC 20 Lauren Kimura (Interference)
   19:42 BC 11 Marie Vondracek (Hooking)
   20:00 BC 13 Kaleigh Fratkin (Interference)

Third Period
   06:41 BC 15 Brittany Laing
   09:07 AB 10 Brittany Styner (5 Kayla Kaluzny) PP2
   19:52 AB 12 Rachel Walsh EN

   02:52 AB 8 Taylor Sakundiak (Slashing)
   07:50 BC 12 Anna Kozniuk (Hooking)
   08:38 BC 2 Daniella Matteucci (Interference)
   10:08 AB 7 Vaila Higson (Interference)
   10:42 BC 18 Michelle Jones (Holding)
   13:00 BC 11 Marie Vondracek (Bodychecking)

British Columbia
30 Jennifer Gilligan On 1/00:00   Off 3/19:00
31 Camille Trautman On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
British Columbia4149

Player of Game
British Columbia 30 Jennifer Gilligan
Alberta 17 Akane Hosoyamada
Referee Sylena Mutsaers
Lines People Molly Simon, Vanessa Stratton
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