2015 National Women's Under-18 Championship

2015 National Women's Under-18 Championship

These 24 players have come from Kentville, N.S., Campbell River, B.C., and points in between to Huntsville, Ont. Meet the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship’s players to watch.
Ashton Bell is a multi-sport athlete unlike any other at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship. For four years the Manitoba forwar...
That’s why they call her captain. Lindsay Agnew scored 18:10 into overtime as Ontario Red beat Manitoba on Saturday to win the gold medal at...
Ontario Blue took a three-goal lead thanks to goals from Victoria Klimek, Meaghan Hector, Celine Frappier and Brianna Gaffney, then hung on ...
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That’s why they call her captain. Lindsay Agnew scored 18:10 into overtime – and Sarah Verbeek had a goal in regulation – as Ontario Red beat Manitoba to win the gold medal at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Ontario Blue took a three-goal lead thanks to goals from Victoria Klimek, Meaghan Hector, Celine Frappier and Brianna Gaffney, then hung on to beat British Columbia and claim the bronze medal at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Maria Dominico, Kristin O’Neill and Anonda Hoppner scored their first goals of the tournament and Stephanie Neatby made 21 saves for the shutout as Ontario Red defeated British Columbia to advance to the 2015 gold medal game.
Savannah Rennie scored twice, but it was Sheridan Oswald’s goal with 2:26 left in regulation that won it, sending Manitoba to the gold medal game and giving it the chance to win its first National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Atlantic scored three times in the third period, with Heather Newman getting the game-winner with only 1:55 left in the third period, to come back and defeat Quebec and claim fifth place at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Nara Elia had two goals and an assist, Sophie Shirley had a goal and an assist of her own and Emma Johnson made 23 saves as Saskatchewan shut out Alberta in the seventh place game at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Saroya Tinker’s wrist shot 3:54 into overtime won it for Ontario Red, which erased a three-goal third period deficit to defeat Manitoba on Friday night and clinch first place in Group A at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Kirsten Martin’s redirection of Amy Potomak’s shot 53 seconds into overtime lifted British Columbia over Ontario Blue, securing the team second place in Group B and sending it into the semifinals of the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Tianna Ko scored what could be the goal of the tournament Friday, batting the puck out of the air only 55 seconds into overtime as Alberta defeated Atlantic for its first win of the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship
Goals by Amélie Lemay, Alice Fillion and Deziray De Sousa and 29 saves by Edith D’Astous-Moreau let Quebec sneak past Saskatchewan in the preliminary round finale for both teams at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Celine Frappier provided the offence – scoring the game’s only goal – and Carmen Lasis the defence - stopping all 21 shots she saw – as Ontario Blue shut out Alberta Thursday night at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Lindsay Agnew scored twice and Annie Berg, Saroya Tinker and Julia Edgar added a goal each to lead Ontario Red to a 5-1 win over Saskatchewan, clinching a spot in the medal round at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Goals from Kayla Friesen and Jenai Buchanan erased an early two-goal deficit and for the second game in a row Ryleigh Houston scored in the shootout, as Manitoba improved its record to 2-0 with its win Thursday over Quebec.
Outplayed, outshot but not outscored, Atlantic got goals from Brette Pettet and Katie Peddle and 26 saves from Shelby Ryan to sneak by British Columbia 2-1 in Thursday’s opener at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Ontario Red fired 51 shots on net, but it was goals by Saroya Tinker and Annie Berg 26 seconds apart in the first period that lifted the team past Quebec in the opening day finale of the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship
Ontario Blue got goals from Emma Buckles, Shelby Wood, Victoria Klimek and Alexa Vasko – and a dominant performance all around – and skated to an opening day win over Atlantic at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Sheridan Oswald and Ryleigh Houston scored in the shootout and Tory Micklash stopped 18 shots overall to lead Manitoba past Saskatchewan in a battle of Prairie provinces Wednesday at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
In a battle of the West Coast, Cassidy Bell and Leona Sim scored the goals and Alex Gulstene stopped 19 of 20 shots as British Columbia beat Alberta in the opening game of the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
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2015 NWU18C: ON-B 4, B.C. 3 (Bronze medal game)
Ontario Blue got goals from four different players to take a three-goal lead, then hung on to beat B.C. for the bronze medal.
2015 NWU18C: ON-R 2, MAN 1 (OT) (Gold medal game)
Agnew scored 18:10 into overtime, giving Ontario Red the gold medal at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
2015 NWU18C: MAN 3, ON-B, 1 (Semifinal)
Rennie scored twice, but Oswald’s goal with 2:26 left in the third is the one that sent Manitoba to the gold medal game.
2015 NWU18C: ON-R 3, B.C. 0 (Semifinal)
With their first goals of the tournament, Dominico, O’Neill and Hoppner led Ontario Red past B.C. and into the gold medal game
Scoring
Goaltending
R Player Goals Assists PTS
1. Sheridan Oswald 3 3 6
1. Lindsay Agnew 4 2 6
2. Daryl Watts 1 4 5
2. Nara Elia 3 2 5
2. Sophie Shirley 2 3 5
3. Annie Berg 3 1 4
3. Kirsten Martin 1 3 4
3. Amy Potomak 2 2 4
4. Ashton Bell 0 3 3
4. Kayla Friesen 2 1 3
R Player GAA SV %
1. Stephanie Neatby 0.54 .967
2. Zoe De Beauville 0.87 .951
3. Shelby Ryan 0.99 .961
4. Kerigan Dowhy 1.44 .923
5. Carmen Lasis 1.49 .930
6. Morgan Skinner 1.89 .895
7. Jasey Rae Book 1.92 .927
8. Marie-Pier Coulombe 1.93 .933
9. Nicole Cece 2.00 .910
10. Édith D’Astous-Moreau 2.02 .951
Results
Standings
Nov 04, 2015
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2
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1
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1
4
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2
1
Final
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Nov 05, 2015
1
2
Final
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2
3
Final
Canada Summit Centre, Huntsville, Ont.
1
5
Final
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1
0
Final
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Nov 06, 2015
3
2
Final
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1
0
Final
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3
2
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5
4
Final
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Nov 07, 2015
4
0
Final
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3
1
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3
1
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Canada Summit Centre, Huntsville, Ont.
0
3
Final
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Nov 08, 2015
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4
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2
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Group A
Team GP W L OTW OTL PTS
ON-R (ON-R) 3 2 0 1 0 8
MB (MB) 3 0 0 2 1 5
QC (QC) 4 1 2 0 1 4
SK (SK) 3 0 2 0 1 1
Group B
Team GP W L OTW OTL PTS
ON-B (ON-B) 3 2 0 0 1 7
ATL (ATL) 4 2 1 0 1 7
BC (BC) 3 1 1 1 0 5
AB (AB) 3 0 2 1 0 2
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