2009 National Women's Under-18 Championship

Atlantic  2 -  Alberta  4



SURREY, B.C. – Brittany Styner (Calgary, Alta.) had a goal and an assist to help Alberta defeat Team Atlantic 4-2 on the ice Saturday at South Surrey Arena but she was the only player to have more than one point in a well-matched, well-played game.

Alberta was the team to walk away with the win, however, with team effort proving to be a major factor in the victory. Rachel Walsh (Calgary, Alta.) opened up the scoring less than five minutes into the first on a pass from Styner, which ended up being the only goal of the period.

Team Atlantic took the lead in the second, with Candace Boudreau (Arichat, N.S.) scoring on a Sarah Davis (Paradise, N.L.) pass and Leanne Gallant (Newbridge, N.B.) making it 2-1 on a power-play opportunity, with the assist going to Shannon MacAulay (Mt. Herbert, P.E.I.).

The East Coast players kept up the pace into the third but the Albertans played even stronger, with Styner, Sadie Lenstra (Calgary, Alta.) and Taylor Sakundiak (Calgary, Alta.) all finding the back of the net.

Styner was named player of the game for the Albertans, who landed in fifth place overall, while Davis walked away with the same honour for Team Atlantic, which improved its eighth place standing from last year to finish in sixth this year.

Game Information
Game Number 14  Round 5th Place
Arena South Surrey Arena City, Country Surrey, B.C., Canada
Month / Day / Year 11/07/2009 Time (local) 01:00 PM PT
Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Atlantic (ATL) 0 2 0 2
Alberta (AB) 1 0 3 4
First Period
   04:21 AB 12 Rachel Walsh (10 Brittany Styner)

   00:48 ATL 19 Sarah Davis (Tripping)
   09:30 ATL 7 Moira Frier (Tripping)

Second Period
   12:26 ATL 2 Candace Boudreau (19 Sarah Davis)
   16:05 ATL 3 Leanne Gallant (8 Shannon MacAulay) PP

   14:51 AB 8 Taylor Sakundiak (Slashing)

Third Period
   06:03 AB 10 Brittany Styner
   07:58 AB 11 Sadie Lenstra (17 Akane Hosoyamada)
   17:54 AB 8 Taylor Sakundiak (20 Bryanne Panchuk)

   02:55 AB 18 Mac Purvis (Tripping)
   08:39 ATL 18 Blayre Turnbull (Hooking)
   13:57 AB 5 Kayla Kaluzny (Holding)
   19:04 AB 7 Vaila Higson (Interference)

31 Ayla Frank On 1/00:00   Off 3/19:04
31 Camille Trautman On 1/00:00   Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Atlantic 7 9 14 30
Alberta 17 7 13 37

Player of Game
Atlantic 10 Sarah Davis
Alberta 10 Brittany Styner
Referee Meghan Mallette
Lines People Michelle Stapleton, Genevieve Bordeleau
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