Amanda Leveille made 22 saves for her second shutout of the tournament as Ontario Red won gold for the
seventh consecutive time by blanking Quebec. Jaimie McDonell, Victoria Pittens and Laura Stacey scored the
goals for Ontario Red, which is 35-1 all time at the U18 Nationals.
Danielle Krzyszczyk scored the game-winner late in the second period as Manitoba took home the U18 bronze
medal for the third time in the last four tournaments. Danielle Leslie and Ashleigh Brykaliuk also scored for
the Manitobans, who outshot Team Atlantic 38-11.
Ann-Renée Desbiens made 47 saves and Catherine Dubois scored twice as Quebec advanced to the gold medal
game for the sixth time in seven tries despite being outshot 48-34. Mélodie Bouchard, Camille Pauck-Therrien,
Alexandra Labelle and Vickie Lemire also scored in the win.
Jaimie McDonell scored a hat trick and the Ontarians held Atlantic to just 11 shots on goal, advancing to
the gold medal game for the seventh consecutive tournament, in search of its seventh national title. Hilary
Lloyd and Rebecca Kohler also scored.
FROM EXPERIENCE A DREAM
TO REPRESENTING B.C.
From participating in the Experience a Dream program at the 2005 National Women's Under-18 Championship,
to representing her province at the 2011 tournament, coming to Saguenay is a full circle accomplishment for
Maggie Shykula-Ross. » more
ERIN AMBROSE (ONT.)
"Participating in the National Women's U18 Championship helped me grow
immensely thanks to the help of my coaches and teammates. Whether we were the underdogs or favourites, each
day we played the best hockey we could."
CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL U18
NATIONALS GUIDE & RECORD BOOK
Who scored the most points at a single U18 Nationals? Who scored the fastest goal? Which goaltender had
the longest shutout streak? Get the answers and more in the National Women's U18 Championship Guide &
Record Book. » more
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