2011 National Women's Under-18 Championship

British Columbia 5 - Ontario Blue 0


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SAGUENAY, Que. – Kimberly Newell (Burnaby, B.C.) was the story on Saturday afternoon, turning aside all 40 shots she faced for the shutout as British Columbia earned fifth place at the 2011 National Women’s Under-18 Championship with a 4-0 win over Ontario Blue.

B.C. opened the scoring at the 6:41 mark off the stick of Stephanie Schaupmeyer (Kelowna, B.C.), who put her own rebound behind Ontario Blue goaltender Kayla Black (Blyth, Ont.). The goal was Schaupmeyer’s tournament-leading fourth in as many games.

In the middle frame, British Columbia doubled its lead with a power play goal from Aimee DiBella (Nelson, B.C.), sending the west coast side to the dressing room with a two-goal lead through 40 minutes. Ontario Blue was at its best in the second period, outshooting B.C. 20-8, but Newell was brilliant, stopping everything thrown her way.

B.C. pulled away in the third, with goals coming from Reaghan Chadwick (Port Coquitlam, B.C.), Brittany Berisoff (Kelowna, B.C.) and Lauren Spring (Kelowna, B.C.) to clinch the province’s best finish at the tournament since winning bronze at the January 2005 on home ice in Salmon Arm, B.C.


Game Information
Game Number 14 Round 5th Place
Arena Centre Georges-Vézina City, Country Saguenay, Que.
Month / Day / Year 11/05/2011 Time 01:00 PM ET
Attendance Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
British Columbia (BC) 1 1 3 5
Ontario Blue (ON-B) 0 0 0 0

First Period
   06:41 BC 17 Stephanie Schaupmeyer 

   09:20 ON-B 17 Bryanna Neuwald (Tripping)
   12:33 ON-B 25 Jillian Skinner (Checking to the Head)

Second Period
   05:17 BC 3 Aimee DiBella (8 Brittany Berisoff, 14 Daley Oddy) PP

   01:11 BC 15 Natasha Panahi (Hooking)
   02:39 ON-B 74 Lauren Merkley (Tripping)
   02:39 BC 3 Aimee DiBella (Roughing)
   05:52 ON-B 94 Leah Buress (Bodychecking)
   07:20 BC 2 Ivana Bilic (Hooking)
   10:01 BC 7 Kirsten Toth (Checking to the Head)
   11:44 BC 6 Alexa Ranahan (Tripping)
   14:21 BC 12 Julia McKinnon (Hooking)
   18:55 ON-B 14 Lindsey Allen (Tripping)

Third Period
   03:36 BC 9 Reaghan Chadwick (16 Nicole Saxvik)
   11:25 BC 8 Brittany Berisoff (5 Jordan Krause)
   18:37 BC 19 Lauren Spring (7 Kirsten Toth) PP

   04:52 BC 10 Jesse Keca (Interference)
   06:40 BC 16 Nicole Saxvik (Tripping)
   08:44 BC 3 Aimee DiBella (Roughing)
   14:27 ON-B 7 Emma Woods (Hooking)
   16:20 ON-B 74 Lauren Merkley (Cross Checking)
   18:14 ON-B 23 Hayley Masters (Tripping)

British Columbia
31 Kimberly Newell On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
Ontario Blue
1 Kayla Black On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
British Columbia 12 8 6 26
Ontario Blue 4 20 16 40

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