Game Summary
Saskatchewan  4 -  British Columbia  2

 

SASKATCHEWAN SNAGS SEVENTH PLACE

SURREY, B.C. – British Columbia had a better game Saturday morning in Surrey but still couldn’t beat Saskatchewan, with Bailey Habscheid (Wymark, Sask.) scoring the first and last goals of the game to secure the 4-2 win and seventh place in the standings.

Habscheid’s initial marker came about midway through the first on a power-play, with assists going to fellow forwards Jessica Campbell (Melville, Sask.) and Shelby Nisbet (Dinsmore, Sask.).

Saskatchewan held on to its 1-0 lead going into the second, but B.C. came back in the second with defenceman Anna Kozniuk (North Vancouver, B.C.) and forward Alex Yallouz (North Vancouver, B.C.) giving their team a boost in the game and a much-needed boost in the tournament after a tough 13-0 loss Friday night to Manitoba.

But British Columbia’s 2-1 lead would be short-lived, with Saskatchewan’s Jenna Smith (Swift Current, Sask.) and Ellen Lind (Saskatoon, Sask.) scoring two quick ones and Habscheid securing her second of the night and the 4-2 win for her team.

Saskatchewan heads back to the prairies in seventh, while British Columbia lands in last place and will have to set its rights on the 2011 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.


Game Information
Game Number 13  Round 7th Place
Arena South Surrey Arena City, Country Surrey, B.C., Canada
Month / Day / Year 11/07/2009 Time (local) 10:00 AM PT
Attendance
Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Saskatchewan (SK) 1 0 3 4
British Columbia (BC) 0 2 0 2
Goals/Penalties
First Period
Goals:
   11:55 SK 7 Bailey Habscheid (8 Jessica Campbell, 11 Shelby Nisbet) PP

Penalties:
   11:03 BC 11 Marie Vondracek (Slashing)
   16:02 BC 20 Lauren Kimura (Bodychecking)

Second Period
Goals:
   02:31 BC 12 Anna Kozniuk (7 Breanna Frasca, 20 Lauren Kimura) PP
   19:41 BC 16 Alex Yallouz

Penalties:
   02:26 SK 19 Baylee Gillanders (Cross Checking)
   03:15 BC 10 Sarah Casorso (Interference)
   08:43 BC 6 Mary Claire Geneau (Holding)
   13:16 SK 17 Patricia MacGauley (High Sticking)
   13:51 BC 2 Daniella Matteucci (Hooking)
   15:56 BC 14 Nikola Brown-John (Roughing)

Third Period
Goals:
   01:45 SK 10 Jenna Smith (6 Alexis Larson)
   02:43 SK 20 Ellen Lind (4 Cara Zubko, 12 Jenny MacKnight)
   11:31 SK 7 Bailey Habscheid (17 Patricia MacGauley, 19 Baylee Gillanders)

Penalties:
   12:52 BC 2 Daniella Matteucci (Roughing)
   13:56 BC 14 Nikola Brown-John (Bodychecking)
   15:07 SK 8 Jessica Campbell (Tripping)


Goaltenders
Saskatchewan
1 Samantha Langford On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00
British Columbia
30 Jennifer Gilligan On 1/00:00   Off 3/16:42

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Saskatchewan 10 14 11 35
British Columbia 5 8 5 18

Player of Game
Saskatchewan 11 Shelby Nisbet
British Columbia 12 Anna Kozniuk
Officials
Referee Teresa Anderson
Lines People Christine Durham, Natasha Lowe