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QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY GAELS

CIS WOMEN’S HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

March 7-10, 2013 • University of Toronto • Toronto, Ont.

GAELS QUICK FACTS University Information Location: Kingston, Ontario Enrollment: 22,477 Founded: 1841 Chancellor: Dr. David Dodge Principal and Vice Chancellor: Dr. Daniel Woolf University Website: www.queensu.ca Athletics Department Director, Athletics and Recreation: Leslie Dal Cin Manager, Interuniversity Sport: Janean Sergeant Colours: Gold, Blue, Red Athletics & Recreation Website: www.gogaelsgo.com Twitter: twitter.com/queensgaels Facebook: facebook.com/queensgaels

Gaels Women’s Hockey Conference: Inaugural Season: Fight Song:

Ontario University Athletics (OUA) 1923-24 Oil Thigh

Arena: Memorial Centre Capacity: 3,300 Record All-Time: Record 2012-13: League Champions:

333-294-77 26-5-2 2012-13, 2010-11, 1978-79, 1976-77, 1974-75, 1972-73, 1962-63, 1930-31, 1925-26

National Champions: None Head Coach: Matt Holmberg Website: gogaelsgo.com/hockey-w Media Inquiries Shawn MacDonald Sports Information Officer (p) 613-533-6000 x 36990 (e) comm.sio@queensu.ca (c) 613.484.6763

2012-13 SEASON SCHEDULE EXHIBITION Queen’s Triangular Series (Kingston, Ont.) Sept. 21/2012 Guelph W3-0 Sept. 23/2012 McGill SL3-4 National Female Hockey Challenge (Lethbridge, Alta.) Sept. 28/2012 Regina W1-0 Sept. 29/2012 at Lethbridge W2-1 Sept. 30/2012 Alberta W3-2 Theresa Humes Tournament (Montreal, Que.) Jan. 3/2013 Carleton W10-2 Jan. 4/2013 Ottawa L3-4 Jan. 5/2013 Concordia W5-4 REGULAR SEASON Oct. 6/2012 at Toronto Oct. 7/2012 at Ryerson Oct. 13/2012 York Oct. 14/2012 at UOIT Oct. 19/2012 Brock Oct. 20/2012 Guelph Oct. 27/2012 at Laurier Oct. 28/2012 at Waterloo Nov. 3/2012 Windsor Nov. 4/2012 Western Nov. 9/2012 at Ryerson Nov. 10/2012 York Nov. 16/2012 Waterloo Nov. 23/2012 Toronto Nov. 24/2012 Ryerson Dec. 1/2012 at Windsor Dec. 2/2012 at Western Jan. 11/2013 UOIT Jan. 12/2013 at York Jan. 19/2013 Toronto Jan. 26/2013 at Guelph Jan. 27/2013 at Brock Feb. 2/2013 at Windsor Feb. 3/2013 at Western Feb. 9/2013 Laurier Feb. 11/2013 Waterloo

SL0-1 W6-0 W3-0 W5-1 W5-2 W5-4 W4-3 W3-0 W5-2 L2-3 W4-1 W3-1 W4-0 W4-0 W3-0 W4-3 L2-3 W3-1 W5-2 SL1-2 L2-7 W6-1 W3-0 W3-2 L1-3 W2-1

OUA PLAYOFFS OUA Quarter-final Feb. 14/2013 at Windsor Feb. 16/2013 Windsor Feb. 17/2013 Windsor

L1-6 W3-2 W7-1

OUA Semifinal Feb. 20/2013 Feb. 22/2013

at Guelph Guelph

W4-2 W3-1

OUA Championship Feb. 27/2013 at Western Mar. 1/2013 Western

W4-0 W5-4

CIS CHAMPIONSHIPS (Toronto, Ont.) March 7-10, 2013 • University of Toronto • Toronto, Ont.

Final Top 10 ranking: No. 7 (Feb. 19) Regular Season Record: 20-4-2 (Home: 10-2-1 Away: 10-2-1) CIS championship best result: Bronze medal (2010-11) Best Top 10 ranking (2 weeks): No. 4 (Nov. 27 Dec. 4) Regular Season Finish: 3rd - OUA Conference (42 pts) CIS championship last appearance: 2010-11 (3rdplace) Number of weeks in Top 10: All 16 weeks Playoff Record: 6-1 (Home: 4-0, Away 2-1) Head Coach Matt Holmberg (4th Season) CIS championship appearances: 2 (Including 2013) Overall Record: 26-5-2 (Home: 14-2-1, Away: 12-3-1) All-Time Record: 333-294-77 (.528) CIS championship all-time record: 2-1 (.750) Playoff finish: OUA Champions CIS championship all-time medals: 1 (bronze)

By The Numbers

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QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY — KINGSTON, ONTARIO

QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY Queen’s is one of Canada’s leading universities, with an international reputation for scholarship, research, social purpose, spirit and diversity. Consistently highly-ranked, Queen’s is known for its incomparable 24-hour learning environment. Great teaching, great students, community and tradition - these are the hallmarks of the Queen’s experience. History The University was established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841 - twenty-six years before Canadian confederation. Classes were first held in 1842. The earliest degreegranting institution in the united Province of Canada, and the first to establish a student government, Queen’s has reflected and helped shape Canadian values and policies, educating many of the country’s most notable political and cultural figures. Students & Faculty Queen’s student body represents 98 different

KINGSTON, ONTARIO Nestled where the Rideau Canal and St. Lawrence River meet Lake Ontario, Kingston is a city built on a grand heritage and defined by an exquisite ability to blend the beauty of

countries, along with every Canadian province and territory. Our faculty is drawn from some of the most prestigious institutions in the world, and Queen’s faculty members regularly receive international recognition and

Alumni Graduates of Queen’s become part of a living, legendary tradition that spans the globe and 166 years. Queen’s graduates can be found in boardrooms, courtrooms, hospitals, art galleries, laboratories, libraries, and governments around the world. Community & Kingston Queen’s University is located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, a quintessential university community big enough to provide all the conveniences of modern life, but small enough for students, staff and faculty to feel instantly comfortable and at home. For more than a century-and-a-half, the stories of Queen’s and Kingston have been inextricably entwined. Kingston is Canada’s 3rd best “place to live” in Canada according to a 2009 Canadian Business publication survey.

numerous teaching awards for their research and innovative contributions.

For more information visit www.queensu.ca

yesterday with the passion and sophistication of today. Confederation Tour TrolleyStroll through Kingston’s endlessly diverting intricacies: from its urban heart, a bustling gathering place sparkling with a casual boutique and bistro vitality, to its meandering waterfront with a mix of historic neighbourhoods and breathtaking parkland.

• • • •

NHL greats like Kirk Muller, Doug Gilmour and others. Also a reenactment of the first hockey game between Royal Military College and Queen’s University. Fort Henry K-Rock Centre - concerts & events Grand Theatre OHL Kingston Frontenacs

All of this in a city that dazzles with soaring 19th century limestone architecture and the amenities of a major centre, but retains the fascinating allure of a small town. Explore our history; immerse yourself in our vibrant culture. With so much to see and do in Kingston, there is a wealth of attractions to choose from, and each one unravels the secrets of our beautiful city. Kingston is conveniently located between major centres of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and just 20 minutes from the USA border. Key Attractions • FebFest - Four on four shinny with former

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HEAD COACH

SEASON REVIEW

MATT HOLMBERG Holmberg is in his seventh year with the team, and fourth as head coach. This year he led the Gaels to their best regular season record in program history, finishing 20-4-2 for 42 points and a third place finish in the OUA. The Gaels knocked off Windsor, Guelph and Western to win their second championship in three years. In the 2010-11 season, Holmberg guided the Gaels to their eighth OUA Championship and were the bronze medalists at the CIS Championship. In their run to Queen’s first OUA title in 32 years, the Gaels knocked off three nationally-ranked opponents, winning all five of their games in overtime. Included in that run, Holmberg coached the Gaels to victory in the longest game in collegiate hockey history, a six overtime victory over the Guelph Gryphons in Game 1 of the OUA Championship. In his first year at the helm, Holmberg guided the Gaels to a 19-5-3 regular season record. That accomplishment helped Holmberg earn the honour of being named the OUA coach of the year. In addition, he was selected to assist coaching a team of OUA all-stars, which included three Gaels, in a game against the Canada’s U18 team. Holmberg was named the OUA women’s hockey coach of the year in 2009-2010 and the Fox 40 OUA male coach of the year in 2010 2011. The Pembroke, Ontario native graduated from Queen’s Law in 1997.

Career Record SEASON

GP

W

L

T/OTL/SOL

GF

GA

2008-09

2

2

0

0

2009-10

27

19

5

3

93

63

2010-11*

27

15

2011-12

26

14

8

4

73

58

9

3

78

2012-13*

26

69

20

4

2

88

TOTALS

106

41

68

26

12

332

231

The Gaels women’s hockey team finished their regular season with a program record 20 wins topping their season best mark set in 2010-11. The Gaels finished out the regular season in third place in the OUA with a 20-4-2 record. The team was ranked in the CIS Top 10 rankings for all 16 weeks reaching as high as four and closed out the year as the No. 7 team in the country. In the playoffs, after losing their first game in their OUA quarter-final to Windsor, the Gaels bounced back with two wins at home, including a 6-1 win to clinch the series in a game where twin sisters Morgan and Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) combined for eight points. The Gaels took on No. 6 Guelph, sweeping the series and handing the Gryphons their first loss since Nov. 11 in the process. In the OUA Championship series the Gaels were the top seed hosting the No. 10 Western Mustangs. The series held up to the rivalries standards and after taking game one in London 4-0, the Gaels were able to hold on to a one-goal lead later and secure the OUA Championship with a 5-4 victory, marking the second time in three seasons that Queen’s has won the Judy McCaw Memorial Cup. Queen’s has been led by twin sisters Morgan and Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) in the playoffs. The two have combined for 22 points in 13 games after Morgan missed the Gaels first game of the playoffs. Morgan also had a strong regular season leading the team in points with 33. Other offensive threats include Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) who finished eighth in the OUA in scoring and OUA Second Team All-Star, defence Katie Duncan (Kitchener, Ont.), who finished 17th in the OUA in scoring this season. Veterans Kristin Smith (Toronto) and Shawna Griffin (Calgary) join an emerging young core that includes OUA All-Rookie Alisha Sealey (Elora, Ont.) and the Gaels leading goal scorer Courtenay Jacklin (Regina) as offensive threats for Queen’s. In net, Melanie Dodd-Moher (Stittsville, Ont.) and Karissa Savage (Calgary) have been steallar all season long splitting duties. Dodd-Moher and Savage finished the regular season with nearly identical sparkling stats of a 1.62 goals against average, 0.931 save percentage and a 1.52 goals against average and 0.932 save percentage respectively.

Assistant Coaches

KELSEY TULLOCH

MIRIAM PAAS

A native of Saskatchewan – played for the University of Saskatchewan for five years. Taking post-grad at Queen’s. First year with the team as an assistant coach.

From Toronto, attended Bethel University (DIII) in Minnesota. Coached at Trinity College in Port Hope before joining the Gaels as an assistant in 11-12. In her second year with the team – currently in Teacher’s College at Queen’s.

0.704

Captain and Assistants

C

Kristin Smith

A

Katie Duncan

A

Brittany McHaffie

A

Morgan McHaffie

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QUEEN’S GAELS - ROSTER Last Name

First Name

Pos.

Hgt

Elig Yr.

S/C

Course

Hometown

Province

Last Team

22

#

Biglieri

Allie

W

5-6

2

R

Physical and Health Education

Toronto

Ont.

Leaside Wildcats

24

Coughlin

Mary

D

5-8

2

R

Nursing Science

Amherstburg

Ont.

Southwest Wildcats Int. AA

8

Cudmore

Sydney

D

5-8

1

L

Kinesiology

Oakville

Ont.

Oakville Hornets Midget AA

35

Dodd-Moher

Mel

G

5-6

4

L

Biology

Ottawa

Ont.

NCCP Ottawa Capitals

13

Duncan

Katie

D

5-6

5

L

Chemistry

Waterloo

Ont.

Kent School

9

Fisher

Marlee

D

5-6

3

L

Development Studies

Kingston

Ont.

Wayne State Univ. / NCCP Ottawa Capitals

25

Girard

Danielle

D

5-5

2

R

Biology

Sarnia

Ont.

Sarnia Lady Sting Midget AA

18

Griffin

Shawna

C

5-8

3

R

Life Sciences

Calgary

Alta.

Calgary Flyers Midget AAA

10

Jacklin

Courtenay

W

5-5

1

R

Biology

Regina

Sask.

Notre Dame Hounds Midget AAA

30

Lim

Engi

G

5-4

3

L

Economics

Montreal

Que.

Lac Saint-Louis Elites

23

MacLellan

Molly

D

5-6

1

L

Arts & Science

Calgary

Alta.

Calgary Flyers Midget AAA

27

McHaffie

Brittany

RW

5-6

4

R

Physical and Health Education

Guelph

Ont.

Cambridge Jr. Fury

21

McHaffie

Morgan

C

5-6

4

R

Physical and Health Education

Guelph

Ont.

Cambridge Fury Intermedia AA

7

Morais

Chantal

W

5-7

4

R

Consecutive Education

Guelph

Ont.

Western (Ont.) / Cambridge Jr. Fury

14

Pilon

Taryn

LW

5-6

2

R

Sociology

Peterborough

Ont.

Whitby Jr. Wolves

12

Regier

Samantha

W

5-9

2

L

Physical and Health Education

Beachburg

Ont.

Ottawa Valley Thunder Midget A

1

Savage

Karissa

G

5-4

5

R

Development Studies

Calgary

Alta.

Calgary Chaos Midget AAA

2

Sealey

Alisha

D

5-10

1

L

Engineering

Elora

Ont.

Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers (PWHL)

15

Smith

Alana

RW

5-2

4

R

Kinesiology

Aurora

Ont.

Aurora Panthers Intermediate AA

19

Smith

Kristin

C

5-5

5

L

Kinesiology

Toronto

Ont.

Etobicoke Jr. Dolphins

11

Verbeek

Chelsey

C

5-3

2

R

Physical and Health Education

Beiseker

Alta.

Edge School (JWHL)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Matt Holmberg (4th Season) Assistant Coaches: Kelsey Tulloch, Miriam Paas Scout: Kimberley Pearce Goaltending Coach: Curtis Murray-Waters Equipment Manager: Chris McFie

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

NUMERICAL ROSTER # Name

Position

1

Karissa Savage

G

2

Alisha Sealey

D

7

Chantal Morais

W

8

Sydney Cudmore

D

9

Marlee Fisher

D

10

Courtenay Jacklin

W

11

Chelsey Verbeek

C

12

Samantha Regier

W

13

Katie Duncan

D

A

14

Taryn Pilon

LW

15

Alana Smith

RW

18

Shawna Griffin

C

19

C

Kristin Smith

C

21

A

Morgan McHaffie

C

22

Allie Biglieri

W

23

Molly MacLellan

D

24

Mary Coughlin

D

25

Danielle Girard

27

Brittany McHaffie

A

D RW

30

Engi Lim

G

35

Mel Dodd-Moher

G

Name Pronunciation

Name Pronunciation

Allie Biglieri Mary Coughlin Sydney Cudmore Mel Dodd-Moher Katie Duncan Marlee Fisher Danielle Girard Shawna Griffin Courtenay Jacklin Engi Lim Molly MacLellan Brittany McHaffie Morgan McHaffie Chantal Morais Taryn Pilon Samantha Regier Karissa Savage

Alisha Sealey Alana Smith Kristin Smith Chelsey Verbeek

BIG-LEE-AIR-EE COG-LIN CUD-MORE DAWD-MOW-ER DUN-CAN FISH-ER JER-ARD GRIF-FIN JACK-LIN EN-GEE LIM MA-CLE-LAN MIC-HALF-EE MIC-HALF-EE MORE-AY PEA-LOAN REH-GEAR SAV-AGE

Coaches Matt Holmberg Kelsey Tulloch Miriam Paas

SEA-LEE SMITH KRIS-TIN SMITH VER-BEEK

HOLM-BURG TUL-LOK PAUSE

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MEET THE QUEEN’S GAELS

#1 G

KARISSA SAVAGE Eligibility: Fifth Height: 5-4 Major: Development Studies 2012-13: Started in 13 games for the Gaels during the regualr season splitting starting duties with Dodd-Moher...Won a career high 10 games...Won both games two and three of the opening OUA playoff round against Windsor to advance and then game one of the OUA Final against Western.

Hometown: Calgary Alta. Last Team: Calgary Chaos Midget AAA

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

GAA

SV%

W

L

SO

2012-13

13

1.52

0.932

10

3

5

2012-13

4

1.41

2011-12

12

2.38

0.915

7

4

1

2009-10

1

0

2010-11

14

2.06

0.914

7

4

1

2008-09

1

4.37

2009-10

9

2.96

0.892

6

1

0

TOTAL

6

1.66

2008-09

5

1.49

0.955

2

2

1

TOTAL

53

2.10

0.919

32

14

8

Season

GP

All-Rookie (12-13)

ALISHA SEALEY

Eligibility: First Height: 5-10 Hometown: Elora, Ont. Major: Engineering Last Team: Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers (PWHL) 2012-13: Appeared in all 26 games for Queen’s... First career goal came on the power play in a 6-0 win over Ryerson on Oct. 7... Scored a shorthanded goal against Windsor on Feb. 2... Finished the season with three multi-point games.

SV%

W

L

SO

0.949

3

0

1

1

0

0

0

0.905

0

0

0

0.943

3

0

1

#2 D

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

2

12

14

6

2012-13

7

0

4

4

2

TOTAL

26

2

12

14

6

TOTAL

7

0

4

4

2

CHANTAL MORAIS Eligibility: Fourth Height: 5-7 Major: Consecutive Education

GAA

Hometown: Guelph, Ont. Last Team: Western (OUA) / Cambridge Jr. Fury

#7 W

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS

2012-13: Joined the Gaels after playing for Western for four seasons... Appeared in all 26 games for Queen’s... Scored goals in four straight games from Oct. 13 to Oct. 20 including two game winners... Registered a point in each of the Gaels games against Guelph in the OUA playoffs including a power play goal in game two.

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

8

5

13

12

2012-13

7

1

2

3

2

2011-12

1

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

7

1

2

3

2

2010-11

27

3

4

7

14

2009-10

27

12

8

20

16

2008-09

27

3

9

12

20

TOTAL

108

26

26

52

62

*Played 08-09 season to 11-12 season with Western Mustangs

#8 D

SYDNEY CUDMORE Eligibility: First Height: 5-8 Major: Kinesiology

Hometown: Oakville, Ont. Last Team: Oakville Hornets Midget AA

2012-13: Appeared in all 26 games for Queen’s... Registered her first career point in a 6-0 win over Ryerson on Oct. 7... Played in all seven of the Gaels OUA playoff games.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

0

2

2

0

2012-13

7

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

26

0

2

2

0

TOTAL

7

0

0

0

0

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#9 D

MARLEE FISHER Eligibility: Third Height: 5-6 Major: Development Studies

Hometown: Kingston, Ont. Last Team: WayneStateUniv./NCCPOttawaCapitals

2012-13: Scored first career OUA goal in a 6-1 win over Brock on Jan. 27... Played in all seven OUA playoff games recording five points... Registered a three game point streak to start the playoffs... Recorded one assist in OUA Championship clinching game.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

13

1

2

3

12

2012-13

7

1

4

5

4

TOTAL

13

1

2

3

12

TOTAL

7

1

4

5

4

#10 Hometown: Regina, Sask. W Last Team: Notre Dame Hounds Midget AAA

COURTENAY JACKLIN Eligibility: First Height: 5-5 Major: Biology

2012-13: Led the team in goals with 13... Recorded a hat-trick in a 4-3 win over Windsor on Dec. 1... Registered two or more points in eight games this season... Finished 18th in OUA scoring with 21 points... Scored the game winner to eliminate Windsor in the OUA playoffs... Scored in the final game of the OUA Championship.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

13

8

21

16

2012-13

7

2

0

2

0

2011-12

3

0

0

0

2

TOTAL

7

2

0

2

0

TOTAL

29

13

8

21

18

#11 C

CHELSEY VERBEEK Eligibility: Second Height: 5-3 Hometown: Beiseker, Alta. Major: Physical and Health Education Last Team: Edge School (JWHL) 2012-13: Set a career high in points with 10... Registered three assists in a 6-1 win over Brock on Jan. 27... Appeared in all regular season and playoff games... Had an assist in 6-1 win to eliminate Windsor in OUA playoffs... Had one assist in final game of the OUA Championship.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

1

9

10

6

2012-13

7

0

2

2

6

2011-12

26

4

3

7

12

2011-12

3

0

0

0

2

TOTAL

52

5

12

17

18

TOTAL

10

0

2

2

8

#12 Eligibility: Second Height: 5-9 Hometown: Beachburg, Ont. W Major: Physical and Health Education Last Team: Ottawa Valley Thunder Midget A

SAMANTHA REGIER

2012-13: Played in all but one of the Gaels games this season and played in all seven playoff games... Had two assists in a 6-1 win over Brock on Jan. 27.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

25

0

3

3

8

2012-13

7

0

0

0

2

2011-12

26

0

6

6

12

2011-12

3

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

51

0

9

9

20

TOTAL

10

0

0

0

2

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Two time All-Star (12-13, 11-12)

KATIE DUNCAN Eligibility: Fifth Height: 5-6 Major: Chemistry

Hometown: Kitchener, Ont. Last Team: Kent School

2012-13: Set a career high in points with 22... Finished 18th in OUA scoring... Had a six game point streak from Nov. 9 to Dec. 1 with one goal and eight assists... Finished with six multi-point games... Scored a goal and added an assist in the Gaels series clinching 6-1 win over Windsor in the OUA quarterfinal... Had two assists in the Gaels 5-4 OUA championship winning game.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

5

17

22

28

2012-13

7

1

4

5

12

2011-12

26

6

9

15

26

2011-12

3

0

2

2

4

2010-11

26

1

2

3

30

2010-11

5

0

1

1

4

2009-10

27

1

12

13

20

2009-10

2

0

1

1

5

2007-08

27

0

4

4

24

2007-08

2

0

1

1

2

TOTAL

132

13

44

57

128

TOTAL

19

1

9

10

27

All-Rookie (11-12)

TARYN PILON Eligibility: Second Height: 5-6 Major: Sociology

Hometown: Peterborough, Ont. Last Team: Whitby Jr. Wolves

2012-13: Set new career highs in goals (12), assists (15) and points (27)... Five power play goals tied for team lead... Had a four point game with three goals and one assist in a 6-0 win over Ryerson on Oct. 7... Finished with eight multipoint games on the season... Scored both game winning goals in OUA finals.

ALANA SMITH Eligibility: Fourth Height: 5-2 Major: Kinesiology

#14 LW

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

12

15

27

0

2012-13

7

4

3

7

0

2011-12

26

9

12

21

2

2011-12

3

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

52

21

27

48

2

TOTAL

10

4

3

7

0

#15 Hometown: Aurora, Ont. RW Last Team: Aurora Panthers Intermediate AA

2012-13: Played in 14 games for the Gaels... Had a goal in 6-0 win over Ryerson on Nov. 7... Has not played since Dec. due to injury.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

14

1

1

2

0

2011-12

3

1

0

1

2

2011-12

25

5

9

14

10

2010-11

5

0

1

1

2

2010-11

27

0

8

8

14

2009-10

2

1

0

1

0

2009-10

27

3

5

8

8

TOTAL

10

2

1

3

4

TOTAL

93

9

23

32

32

SHAWNA GRIFFIN Eligibility: Third Height: 5-8 Major: Life Sciences

#13 D

Hometown: Calgary, Alta. Last Team: Calgary Flyers Midget AAA

2012-13: Set a career high with 20 points... Finished fifth (tie) in team scoring on the season... Had six multi-point games... Recorded a point in all but two of the Gaels seven playoff games... Scored the game winning goal in game two against Windsor of the OUA quarter-final.

#18 C

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

7

13

20

20

2012-13

7

2

4

6

2

2011-12

26

8

9

17

20

2011-12

3

1

0

1

2

2010-11

27

5

5

10

2

2010-11

5

1

0

1

0

TOTAL

79

20

27

47

42

TOTAL

15

4

4

8

4

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#19 C

KRISTIN SMITH Eligibility: Fifth Height: 5-5 Major: Kinesiology

Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Last Team: Etobicoke Jr. Dolphins

2012-13: Finished fifth (tie) in team scoring on the season... Had a career high 13 assists... Owned two four game point streaks this season... Had a three point night with two goals and one assist in a 4-0 win over Toronto on Nov. 23... Extended a four game regular season point streak to eight games including playoffs... Finished with three points in the two games of the OUA Finals.

PLAYOFF STATS REGULAR SEASON STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

7

13

20

8

2012-13

7

3

4

7

6

2011-12

26

6

9

15

12

2011-12

3

0

1

1

2

2010-11

26

4

9

13

16

2010-11

5

0

1

1

0

2009-10

27

12

10

22

12

2009-10

2

0

1

1

0

2008-09

27

4

6

10

8

2008-09

3

1

0

1

2

TOTAL

132

33

47

80

56

TOTAL

20

4

7

11

10

Three time All-Star All-Rookie (12-13,11-12, 10-11) (09-10)

MORGAN MCHAFFIE

Eligibility: Fourth Height: 5-6 Hometown: Guelph, Ont. Major: Physical and Health Education Last Team: Cambridge Jr. Fury

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS

2011-12 MVP, Top Scorer 2012-13: Led team in scoring, third in OUA scoring... Had nine, six game point streaks and a six game multi-point streak... Finished with 10 multi-point games... Gaels won every playoff game she played in... Recorded at least one point in every playoff game... Tied for the OUA playoff scoring lead with 11 points... Finished with five points in 6-1 series clinching win over Windsor.

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

12

21

33

56

2012-13

6

4

7

11

10

2011-12

25

16

22

38

52

2011-12

3

2

5

7

8

2010-11

26

15

12

27

14

2010-11

5

3

5

8

6

2009-10

27

16

8

24

20

2009-10

2

1

1

2

2

TOTAL

104

59

63

122

142

TOTAL

16

10

18

28

26

#22 W

ALLIE BIGLIERI Eligibility: Second Height: 5-6 Hometown: Toronto, Ont. Major: Physical and Health Education Last Team: Leaside Wildcats 2012-13: Scored game winner in 3-0 win over York on Oct. 13... Game winning goal against Waterloo established program best 20th win to close out the season... Scored first career playoff goal in 4-2 win over Guelph in game one of OUA semifinal’s.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

24

4

2

6

4

2012-13

7

1

0

1

2

2011-12

24

1

2

3

4

2011-12

3

0

1

1

2

TOTAL

48

5

4

9

8

TOTAL

10

1

1

2

4

MOLLY MACLELLAN Eligibility: First Height: 5-6 Major: Arts & Science

#21 C

Hometown: Calgary, Alta. Last Team: Calgary Flyers Midget AAA

2012-13: Registered first career point in 5-2 win over York on Jan. 12... Played in all seven playoff games.

#23 D

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

23

0

1

1

0

2012-13

7

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

23

0

1

1

0

TOTAL

7

0

0

0

0

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#24 D

MARY COUGHLIN Eligibility: Second Height: 5-8 Major: Nursing Science

Hometown: Amherstburg, Ont. Last Team: Southwest Wildcats Int. AA

2012-13: Set a career high with 11 points on the season... All her goals were on special teams with two coming on the power play and one being shorthanded... Scored two goals in a 5-4 win over Guelph on Nov. 3... Scored the game winning goal in game one of the OUA semifinal against Guelph.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

3

8

11

24

2012-13

7

2

1

3

4

2011-12

26

0

8

8

24

2011-12

3

0

0

0

4

TOTAL

52

3

16

19

48

TOTAL

10

2

1

3

8

#25 D

DANIELLE GIRARD Eligibility: Second Height: 5-5 Major: Biology

Hometown: Sarnia, Ont. Last Team: Sarnia Lady Sting Midget AA

2012-13: Set a career high with 11 points... Finished with three mult-point games... Scored the game winner and added an assist in a 3-0 win over Windsor on Feb. 2... Had a goal and an assist in each of the Gaels wins over Western in the OUA Championship series... Was named player of the game in OUA title clinching 5-4 win over Mustangs.

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

26

4

7

11

6

2012-13

7

2

2

4

2

2011-12

26

1

4

5

6

2011-12

3

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

52

5

11

16

12

TOTAL

10

2

2

4

2

#27 RW

BRITTANY MCHAFFIE Eligibility: Fourth Height: 5-6 Hometown: Guelph, Ont. Major: Physical and Health Education Last Team: Cambridge Jr. Fury 2012-13: Played in 100th OUA regular season game to close out the year... Five power play goals tied for team lead... Had a nine game point streak from Oct. 7 to Nov. 4 (4g, 6a)... Finished with three multi-point games... Tied for OUA playoff scoring lead with 11 points... Had four multi-point playoff games... Registered a hat-trick in the Gaels 7-1 OUA quarter-final winning game against Windsor... Enters CIS play with a five game point streak (4g, 6a).

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

Season

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

2012-13

23

8

11

19

40

2012-13

7

4

7

11

24

2011-12

23

10

15

25

38

2011-12

3

3

1

4

0

2010-11

27

4

13

17

34

2010-11

5

3

3

6

10

2009-10

27

7

13

20

22

2009-10

2

0

3

3

0

TOTAL

100

29

52

81

134

TOTAL

17

10

14

24

34

#30 G

ENGI LIM Eligibility: Third Height: 5’4 Major: Economics 2012-13: Did not dress during the regular season... played in exhibition play in 2012-13.

Hometown: Pierrefonds, Que. Last Team: Lac Saint-Louis Elites

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

GAA

SV%

W

L

SO

Season

GP

GAA

SV%

W

L

SO

2012-13

0

0

0

0

0

0

2012-13

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

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MEL DODD-MOHER Eligibility: Fourth Height: 5’6 Major: Biology

10-11 Championship All-Star 09-10 All-Rookie

09-10 All-Rookie

Hometown: Stittsville, Ont. Last Team: NCCP Ottawa Capitals

2012-13: Finished with a career best 1.62 goals against average... tied career high wiht three shutouts... Won eight straight decisions from Oct. 14 to Dec. 1... Combined with Savage for the third best goals against average (1.57) and save percentage in the country (0.932)... Goaltender of record in OUA Championship clinching game.

#35 G

REGULAR SEASON STATS PLAYOFF STATS Season

GP

GAA

SV%

W

L

SO

2012-13

14

1.62

0.931

10

3

3

2012-13

4

3.20

0.882

3

1

0

2011-12

16

2.68

0.910

7

8

2

2011-12

3

3.68

0.899

1

2

0

2010-11

16

1.84

0.933

8

8

3

2010-11

5

0.75

0.971

5

0

0

2009-10

20

1.79

0.942

13

7

3

2009-10

2

6.75

0.760

0

2

0

TOTAL

66

1.98

0.93

38

26

11

TOTAL

14

2.31

0.913

9

5

0

Season

GP

GAA

SV%

W

L

SO

Queen’s Statistic National Ranks

2013 WOMEN’S HOCKEY

CHAMPIONSHIP

STATISTICS CATEGORY

TOTAL/AVG

OVERALL

Goals

88

6th

Assists

149

4th

Goals-per game

3.38

7th

Shots

931

1st

Power-play goals

30

1st

Power-play opportunities

131

7th

Power-play percentage

22.9

3rd

Times Short-handed

104

11th

Short-handed goals

3

9th

Goals against

41

6th

Goals-against average

1.57

3rd

Save percentage

.932

3rd

Nine Gaels enter the CIS Tournament as holdovers from the team that went to the championship in 2010-11. Mel Dodd-Moher started all three games for the Gaels in 2010-11 and was named a Championship All-Star after posting two wins and a shutout. Kristin Smith is the only Gael to have recorded a point in the three games with one assist while Katie Duncan, Shawna Griffin, Alana Smith, Morgan and Brittany McHaffie all suited up for the Gaels. Karissa Savage and Engi Lim did not see game action.

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2012-13 OPPONENTS BRIEF RECAP Toronto TORONTO – In the Gaels regular-season opener, Kelly O’Hanion (Markham, Ont.) scored the game’s only goal in a shootout leading Toronto to a 1-0 win over Queen’s at Varsity Arena in Toronto. Ryerson TORONTO – A hat trick by Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) led the Queen’s Gaels to a 6-0 shutout of the Ryerson Rams in OUA women’s hockey action at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The second-year left-winger scored a pair of goals in the first period, and completed the triple with a second-period shorthanded marker. Pilon also picked up an assist, to finish with four points. York KINGSTON, Ont. – Karissa Savage (Calgary, Alta.) put up a shutout leading the Gaels to 3-0 win over the York Lions in their first regular season home game at the Memorial Centre Saturday night. UOIT OSHAWA, Ont. – Chantal Morais (Guelph, Ont.) Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) each scored two goals leading Queen’s to a 5-1 win over UOIT on Sunday at the Campus Ice Centre in Oshawa. Brock KINGSTON, Ont. – The Queen’s Gaels moved to 4-0-1 in the regular season as they defeated the Brock Badgers 5-2 in OUA women’s hockey Friday night at the Memorial Centre. Guelph KINGSTON, Ont. – A pair of goals by Katie Duncan (Kitchener, Ont.) and Mary Coughlin (Amherstberg, Ont.) led the No. 7-ranked Queen’s Gaels to a 5-4 win over the No. 6-ranked Guelph Gryphons in OUA women’s hockey action at the Memorial Centre Saturday night. Laurier WATERLOO, Ont. – A power play goal scored by Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) in overtime edged the Gaels past the Golden Hawks for a 4-3 win Saturday at the Sun Life Arena in Waterloo. Waterloo WATERLOO, Ont. – Karissa Savage (Calgary, Alta.) stopped 19 shots leading the Gaels to a 3-0 shutout over the Waterloo Warriors Sunday at the Columbia Ice Field arena in Waterloo. Windsor KINGSTON, Ont. – The Queen’s Gaels had five different goal scorers as they picked up a 5-2 win over the Windsor Lancers at the Memorial Centre, Saturday afternoon. Western KINGSTON, Ont. – The No. 6-ranked Queen’s Gaels were unable to bounce back from a 2-0 deficit, as they fell, 3-2, to the No. 10-ranked Western Mustangs in OUA women’s hockey action at the Kingston Memorial Centre Sunday afternoon. UOIT KINGSTON, Ont. (January 11, 2013) - The No. 5 Queen’s Gaels (15-2-1) offence led the women’s hockey team to a 3-1 victory over the UOIT Ridgebacks (7-8-2) in women’s hockey at the Kingston Memorial Centre Friday night. York TORONTO (January 12, 2013) - A dominant third period led the No. 5 Queen’s Gaels (16-2-1) to a 5-2 win over the York Lions (4-11-2) in women’s hockey Saturday afternoon. Toronto KINGSTON, Ont. (January 19, 2013) The No. 5 Queen’s Gaels women’s hockey team (16-2-2) was in action Saturday evening at the Memorial Centre against the Toronto Varsity Blues (11-8-1) in their lone match of the weekend. The Gaels took an early lead but the Varsity Blues scored with 40 seconds left in the final frame to force overtime, which solved nothing. After a scoreless extra frame Toronto was able to upset Queen’s scoring with their fifth shooter. Guelph GUELPH, Ont. (January 26, 2013) – The No. 6 Queen’s Gaels (16-3-2) recorded a tough 7-2 loss on the road to the No. 8 Guelph Gryphons (18-3-2) at the Gryphon Centre Arena Saturday afternoon. The Gryphons extended their win streak to 11-games with the win. Brock ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (January 27, 2013) – Courtenay Jacklin (Regina, Sask.) had two goals for the No. 6 Queen’s Gaels (17-3-2) contributing to a 6-1 win over the Brock Badgers at the Seymour-Hannah Centre Sunday night. Windsor WINDSOR, Ont. (February 2, 2013) - Danielle Girard (Sarnia, Ont.) had a goal and an assist for the No. 7 Queen’s Gaels (18-3-2) in a 3-0 road win over the Windsor Lancers (12-93). Mel Dodd-Moher stopped all 22 shots faced for the shutout. Western LONDON, Ont. (February 3, 2013) - Danielle Girard (Sarnia, Ont.) continued her scoring touch into Sunday’s afternoon match between two top ranked team’s in Canada, the No. 7 Gaels and No. 9 Mustangs. Girard potted the overtime winner to give the Gaels a 3-2 win a day after getting the game winner in a 3-0 win over Windsor. Laurier KINGSTON, Ont. (February 9, 2013) - The No. 7 Queen’s Gaels (19-4-2) played host to the No. 4 Laurier Golden Hawks (21-2-3) in a battle between two of Canada’s top teams. It was the Golden Hawks coming out on top at the Memorial Centre in Kingston 3-1. Waterloo AMHERSTVIEW, Ont. (February 11, 2013) - The Gaels (20-4-2) locked up the third spot in the OUA East division with a 2-1 win over the Waterloo Warriors (9-14-3) on Monday afternoon in Amherstview, Ontario. With the win the Gaels set a Queen’s women’s hockey single season record with their 20th regular season victory topping their previous best of 19 from 2009-10.

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STANDINGS AND STATISTICS CIS WOMEN’S HOCKEY - FINAL STANDINGS OUA

GP W L OTL GF

Laurier Guelph Queen’s Western Toronto Windsor UOIT Waterloo York Brock Ryerson

26 21 2 3 26 21 3 2 26 20 4 2 26 19 5 2 26 15 8 3 26 12 10 4 26 11 12 3 26 9 14 3 26 8 15 3 26 5 20 1 26 2 23 1

GA PTS Win %

99 46 45 96 46 44 88 43 42 83 52 40 71 66 33 84 68 28 57 70 25 33 63 21 51 78 19 51 109 11 35 107 5

0.808 0.808 0.769 0.731 0.577 0.462 0.423 0.346 0.308 0.192 0.077

AUS GP W L OTL StFX 24 23 1 0 St. Thomas 24 16 7 1 Saint Mary’s 24 12 8 4 UPEI 24 13 10 1 Moncton 24 11 11 2 Mount Allison 24 7 13 4 Dalhousie 24 2 20 2

GF GA 80 23 58 38 38 47 38 41 48 51 37 62 14 51

PTS Win % 46 0.958 33 0.667 28 0.500 27 0.542 24 0.458 18 0.292 6 0.083

Note: 12 games forfeited by Dalhousie from January 5 to February 17. Scores recorded as 1-0.

CANADA WEST GP W L OTL Calgary 28 23 4 1 Regina 28 18 7 3 UBC 28 17 7 4 Alberta 28 16 9 3 Sask. 28 11 12 5 Manitoba 28 10 12 6 Lethbridge 28 9 16 3 Mount Royal 28 8 17 3

GF 97 74 72 68 66 63 56 50

RSEQ GP W L OTL McGill 20 20 0 0 Montreal 20 15 5 0 Ottawa 20 7 9 4 Carleton 20 6 13 1 Concordia 20 2 17 1

GF GA PTS Win % 111 29 40 1.00 96 53 30 0.750 62 79 18 0.350 46 91 13 0.300 37 100 5 0.100

GA 46 69 63 50 73 79 77 89

PTS Win % 47 0.821 39 0.643 38 0.607 35 0.571 27 0.393 26 0.357 21 0.321 19 0.286

CIS WOMEN’S HOCKEY - FINAL CIS TOP 10 FINAL February 12 - previous ranking () 1. McGill (1) 2. Calgary (2) 3. Montreal (3) 4. Laurier (4) 5. StFX (5) 6. Guelph (6) 7. Queen’s (7) 8. Regina (9) 9. UBC (NR) 10. Western (10)

REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS - QUEEN’S GAELS (2012-13) ##

Player

POS

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

PPG

SHG

21

Morgan McHaffie

F

26

12

21

33

56

4

0

14

Taryn Pilon

LW

26

12

15

27

0

5

1

13

Katie Duncan

D

26

5

17

22

28

2

0

10

Courtenay Jacklin

F

26

13

8

21

16

4

0

18

Shawna Griffin

F

26

7

13

20

20

2

0

19

Kristin Smith

F

26

7

13

20

8

1

0

27

Brittany McHaffie

RW

23

8

11

19

40

5

0

2

Alisha Sealey

D

26

2

12

14

6

1

1

7

Chantal Morais

RW

26

8

5

13

12

3

0

25

Danielle Girard

D

26

4

7

11

6

1

0

24

Mary Coughlin

D

26

3

8

11

24

2

1

11

Chelsey Verbeek

F

26

1

9

10

6

0

0

22

Alexandria Biglieri

F

24

4

2

6

4

0

0

9

Marlee Fisher

D

13

1

2

3

12

0

0

12

Samantha Regier

LW

25

0

3

3

8

0

0

15

Alana Smith

RW

14

1

1

2

0

0

0

8

Sydney Cudmore

D

26

0

2

2

0

0

0

23

Molly MacLellan

D

23

0

1

1

0

0

0

GP

MIN

SO

##

Goaltenders

GAA

W-L

SA

SVS

SAV%

1

Karissa Savage

13

752:10

5

1.52

10-3

280

261

0.932

35

Melanie Dodd-Moher

14

813:35

3

1.62

10-3

319

297

0.931

OUA LEADERS - 2012-13 Rank

Player

1

Amanda Parkins

Team

GP

G

A

PTS

PIM

GUELPH

26

19

24

43

24

2

Jessica Pinkerton

GUELPH

26

11

26

37

20

3

Morgan McHaffie

QUEEN'S

26

12

21

33

56

4

Christine Grant

5

Alyssa Baldin

6 7 8 9

GUELPH

26

14

18

32

8

WINDSOR

26

15

13

28

20

Stacey Scott

WESTERN

26

14

14

28

44

Kelly O'Hanlon

TORONTO

26

12

15

27

20

Taryn Pilon

QUEEN'S

26

12

15

27

0

Katelyn Gosling

WESTERN

26

7

19

26

14

10

Brittany Crago

LAURIER

26

6

19

25

26

11

Laura Brooker

LAURIER

26

14

10

24

12

12

Jenna Lanzarotta

GUELPH

26

12

12

24

30

13

Kaitlyn Mora

GUELPH

23

7

16

23

20

14

Caitlin Muirhead

LAURIER

26

9

13

22

14

15

Courtney Spoors

WINDSOR

24

8

14

22

8

16

Tamara Bell

GUELPH

26

8

14

22

12

17

Katie Duncan

QUEEN'S

26

5

17

22

28

18

Courtenay Jacklin

QUEEN'S

26

13

8

21

16

19

Jessica Fickel

BROCK

25

10

11

21

28

20

Tammy Freiburger

LAURIER

22

9

12

21

4

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PLAYOFF GAME BY GAME Lancers take game one with 6-1 win over No. 7 Gaels

No. 7 Gaels force deciding game with 3-2 win over Windsor

WINDSOR, Ont. (February 14, 2013) - The No. 7 Queen’s Gaels opened up their OUA best-of-three playoff series with the Windsor Lancers in Windsor on Thursday night where the Lancers bested Queen’s 6-1.

KINGSTON, Ont. (February 16, 2013) - An offensively charged second period led the No. 7 Queen’s Gaels to a 3-2 win over the Windsor Lancers in OUA playoff action at the Cataraqui Community Centre Saturday night.

Kristin Smith (Toronto) scored the lone goal for the Gaels while Windsor was led by three point nights from both Courtney Spoors (Kingsville, Ont.) and Kayla Dodson (Windsor, Ont.).

Bree Polci (London, Ont.) opened the scoring for the Lancers with a powerplay goal at the 10:39 mark of the first period assisted by Erinn Noseworthy and Candace Kourounis (Markham, Ont.) putting Windsor up 1-0. The Gaels out shot the Lancers 14-13 in the first period, but were unable to get on the board.

The Lancers used home ice to their advantage early with a goal from Spoors only 3:17 into the opening period to give the number six seed the upper hand. Candice Chevalier (Essex, Ont.) scored a shorthanded marker just over four minutes later and Spoors followed with a shorthanded goal of her own to give Windsor a comfortable 3-0 lead after one. Queen’s was outshot 17-9 in the period. Windsor kept the offence coming in the second period tallying three goals once more and chasing Gaels netminder Mel Dodd-Moher (Stittsville, Ont.) from the goal. The Gaels outshot Windsor in the final period 16-6 but could not get back into the game. Smith scored a power play goal 5:40 into the period from Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) and Marlee Fisher (Kingston, Ont.) bringing the game to its 6-1 final score. Karissa Savage (Calgary) and Dodd-Moher combined for 28 saves while Karlyle Robinson (St. Catharine’s, Ont.) stopped 30 of 31 shots for the win. Queen’s went 1-5 on the power play but allowed two shorthanded goals. The Lancers were 0-2 on the man-advantage on the night.

Windsor carried their 1-0 lead into the second period. Kristin Smith (Toronto) evened the score with a goal for the Gaels at the 1:09 mark of the second period; Morgan McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) and Alisha Sealey (Elora, Ont.) had assists. Katie Duncan (Kitchener, Ont.) added a powerplay goal for the Gaels at 9:07 with assists from Marlee Fisher (Kingston, Ont.) and Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.). Less than two minutes later, Sealey added another powerplay goal for Queen’s with an assist from Chantal Morais (Guelph, Ont.) putting the Gaels up 3-1 to end the second period. Kourounis added a second goal for the Lancers at the 5:31 mark of the third period bringing the Gaels’ lead to just one goal. The Gaels were able to hold on to the 3-2 lead bringing the best of three game series to a 1-1 tie. Karissa Savage (Calgary, Ont.) had 31 saves for Queen’s, while Windsor’s Karlyle Robinson (St. Catharine’s, Ont.) stopped 22 shots. The Gaels were 2-6 on the power play, while the Lancers were 1-6.

The Gaels handed No. 6 Guelph their first loss since Nov.

No. 7 Gaels hand No. 6 Gryphons their first loss since November 11 with 4-2 win in game one GUELPH, Ont. (February 20, 2013) -- The No. 7 Queen’s Gaels beat the No. 6 Guelph Gryphons 4-2 on Wednesday night in Guelph to take a 1-0 series lead in their OUA semifinal match. The loss marks the first time since November 11 that the Gryphons have suffered a loss. Mel Dodd-Moher (Stittsville, Ont.) had a strong night between the pipes for Queen’s stopping 31 of the Gryphons 33 shots on goal and Morgan McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) scored a goal and added an assist. Mid-way through the first Shawna Griffin (Calgary) fired a shot through to the net and Allie Biglieri (Toronto) picked up a rebound at the side of the goal and beat Nehring on the short side to give Queen’s a 1-0 lead. Kristin Smith (Toronto) added the second assist for the Gaels. Only 2:30 into the second Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) put the Gaels up 2-0. Pilon fired a shot from the high slot that fooled Nehring as the puck found it’s way through the Goaltender and into the Gryphon net. Guelph took control offensively and at the 6:18 mark it was Christine Grant (Mississauga, Ont.) whose shot found its way off a Gaels defender and past Dodd-Moher to cut the Gaels lead in half. Queen’s got in penalty trouble giving the Gryphons a four minute power play of their own where Guelph was able to capitalize. The puck came to Michelle Sabourin (Pickering, Ont.) in the slot whose wrist shot beat DoddMoher to tie the game at 2-2. Only 30 seconds later the Gaels responded when Mary Coughlin (Amherstburg, Ont.) took a shot from just off the boards that traveled through a crowd to beat Nehring.

Three minutes after that Brittany McHaffie was knocked down in the slot and her sister Morgan picked up the loose puck and beat Nehring to close out the Gryphons and give Queen’s a 4-2 win. Dodd-Moher picked up her first win of the playoffs stoping 31 shots while Nehring made 20 saves in the loss.

No. 7 Gaels advance to OUA Championship after 3-1 win over Guelph to sweep series KINGSTON, Ont. (February 22, 2013) - The No. 7 Queen’s Gaels are headed back to the OUA Championship after defeating the No. 6 Guelph Gryphons 3-1 on Friday night in Kingston to sweep their best-of-three series.

McHaffie’s combine for eight points as No. 7 Gaels advance to OUA semi-final with 7-1 win over Lancers KINGSTON, Ont. (February 17, 2013) - The No. 7 Queen’s Gaels closed out their best-of-three series against the Windsor Lancers on Sunday with a 7-1 win, advancing to the OUA semi-final with a two games to one series win. Morgan and Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) combined for eight points in the win. The Gaels scored five times in the second period, including three in less than a three minute span. Brittany McHaffie had a hat-trick while her sister Morgan McHaffie had a five point game with one goal and four assists. It was Windsor that opened the scoring in the first period as Savage could not find the puck at the side of the goal and a scramble ensued, Caitlin Connell (Edmonton, Alta.) buried the puck as it bounced out in front the Gaels net for a 1-0 lead. The Gaels offence came alive in period number two, only 31 seconds in Pilon and Morgan McHaffie broke in and got the puck in front of the Lancer goal. After a few shots, Brittany McHaffie came into the play at the side of the goal and forced the puck past Robinson to draw even. Morgan and Pilon drew the assists. Courtenay Jacklin (Regina, Sask.) gave the Gaels their first lead of the game a few minutes later. Jacklin broke in on the right wing and wristed a shot on net that Robinson had trouble with. The Lancer goaltender was unable to get a good piece of the shot and the puck slipped by her and into the net. Verbeek added the assist for the Gaels. With 3:26 remaining in the period a Katie Duncan (Waterloo, Ont.) shot top shelf over the glove of Robinson put the Gaels ahead by two. Morgan and Brittany McHaffie each scored before the period was out to put the Gaels ahead 5-1. Mary Coughlin (Amherstburg, Ont.) scored her first of the playoffs and Brittany McHaffie completed her hat-trick to close out the game giving the Gaels a 7-1 win. Savage made 25 saves for the win, her second in as many days. below the blocker. Brittany McHaffie added the assist for the Gaels. Queen’s defenders stepped up their game late as in the dying moments the blueliners were blocking shots. The offence responded and the Gaels stayed strong on their puck possession getting the play deep into the Gryphon zone. With 28 seconds left Griffin sealed the win for Queen’s with a power play goal, sending the Gaels to the OUA Championship. Dodd-Moher made 21 saves for the win while Nehring stopped 37 in a losing effort.

Shawna Griffin (Calgary) and Morgan McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) each had a goal and an assist while Mel DoddMoher (Stittsville, Ont.) was the star in net stopping 21 shots for the win. Guelph found themselves in penalty trouble again and the Gaels went up on a five on three advantage. Sealey stepped in from the point on the half boards and made a slick pass through the blue ice to a wide open Chantal Morais (Guelph, Ont.) for an easy goal to put Queen’s up 1-0. Special teams continued to be the story of the game in the second period as the Gryphons went on the offensive with a power play early, Jessica Pinkerton (Oshawa, Ont.) fired a shot from the slot that deflected off the post and wide. After a face-off win in the Gaels zone, the puck made its way to Emily Corbett (Toronto) whose point shot was stopped by Dodd-Moher but Christine Grant (Mississauga, Ont.) put away the rebound to tie the game at 1-1. Morgan McHaffie broke the game open for Queen’s early in the third as she made a deke through the legs of a Guelph defender then beat Nehring with a low wrist shot

Shawna Griffin battles for the puck

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PLAYOFF GAME BY GAME CONT’D... Savage gets the shutout, Pilon with two goals as Gaels win 4-0 over Mustangs to take game one LONDON, Ont. (February 27, 2013) - The Queen’s Gaels took game one of their best-of-three OUA Championship series beating the Western Mustangs 4-0 on Wednesday night in London. Karissa Savage (Calgary) stopped 26 shots for the shutout and Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) scored two goals, including the winner. Queen’s came out firing in the first period outshooting the Mustangs 22 to 11. Gaels captain Kristin Smith (Toronto) started things off with a few great chances on the backhand but couldn’t get the puck past Western starting goalie and OUA All-Star Kelly Campbell (St. Thomas, Ont.). After the Gaels were unable to beat Campbell on a power play, Smith nabbed a loose puck off the boards and fired a shot on net. Campbell let loose a big rebound out front and Pilon shovelled the puck past the Western goaltender to give the Gaels a 1-0 advantage. Danielle Girard (Sarnia, Ont.) put the Gaels up 2-0 early in the second period with her first of the post-season coming on the power play. After Kingston native Marlee Fisher kept the puck in at the blue line, Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) circled the net and flipped the puck out front into a crowd, Girard got her stick on it and beat Campbell giving the Gaels a 2-0 lead. The two teams tightened up their defensive play in the second period as the shot count went from 33 total in the first to only 15 in the second. Queen’s defensive play was strong, keeping the Mustang shots away form the net while blocking everything they could. In the final period the Gaels once again got on the scoreboard early. Pilon managed to get her stick on a point shot from OUA All-Star Katie Duncan (Kitchener, Ont.) putting the Gaels up with a comfortable 3-0 lead. Western finally started to get some momentum going in the third with a few power play opportunities but were unable to beat Savage. With the Mustangs on the power play they pulled their goalie late in the game. Gaels forward and OUA All-Star Morgan McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) got to centre ice and sealed the victory for the Gaels with an empty net shorthanded goal to make it 4-0. Savage stopped 26 shots for the win, her third of the playoffs.

Champions! Gaels down Mustangs 5-4 for OUA Title KINGSTON, Ont. (March 1, 2013) -The Queen’s Gaels women’s hockey team was able to complete the sweep of the rival Mustangs and claim the Judy McCaw Memorial Cup and OUA Championship title. The Gaels were diligent offensively wasting no time firing shots on the Western goaltenders and finding the back of the net, outshooting the Mustangs 45-18--with 19 of those shots coming in the first. Morgan McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) got the first good chance for the Gaels early in the first period. The Guelph native stepped over the blue line on a two-on-one and fired a wrist shot just wide of the low corner of the net. Queen’s continued their offensive pressure with defenseman Danielle Girard (Sarnia, Ont.) showing her offensive touch, putting three chances on Mustang’s goalie Kelly Campbell (St. Thomas, Ont.) in the opening ten minutes. A defensive breakdown for the Gaels a few minutes later resulted in a two-on-none for the Mustangs. Stacey Scott (London, Ont.) went cross bar and in on Gaels starting goaltender Mel Dodd-Moher (Stittsville, Ont.) for a 1-0 Western lead. Queen’s caught a break shortly after with Western recording their second and third penalties of the game to give the tricolour a minute of 5-on-3 action. On the power play, a beautiful set-up by the Gaels Katie Duncan (Kitchener, Ont.) from the point on a slap-pass went to a wide open Girard who made a great play to deflect the hard pass up off the cross bar and in. Just after their power play ended the Gaels struck again with Kristin Smith (Toronto) netting a deflection from a Mary Coughlin (Amherstburg, Ont.) shot. A Casey Rosen (Toronto) interference penalty for Western closed out the first frame, with the Gaels leading 2-1. With the Mustangs suffering an injury to starting goalie Campbell after the first, Olivia Ross (Huntsville, Ont.) took the helm heading into the final two periods of the door-die game. The Gaels wasted no time firing shots on Olivia Ross, with Brittany McHaffie (Guelph, Ont.) buring her fourth goal of the playoffs off a rebound shot from Girard under 30 seconds into the period. Girard was named the Gaels player of the game for her efforts, finishing the game with two points--a goal and assist.

Three minutes later Gaels rookie forward Courtenay Jacklin (Regina) was able to find the twine off a snapshot from a Chelsey Verbeek (Beiseker, Alta.) pass to give Queen’s a commanding 4-1 lead early in the second period. Despite the two early goals from the Gaels, Western was able to regain some momentum and rally behind their goalie change. A Mustangs power play five minutes into the period sparked some Western offence, with Stacey Scott (London, Ont.) netting a rebound goal past DoddMoher. A Duncan penalty allowed the Mustangs to score their second power play goal with Cassidy Gosling (London, Ont.) netting the puck as the result of a scramble which left Dodd-Moher out of position. The goal gave Western some much needed momentum heading into the third trailing Queen’s 4-3. Early in the third the Gaels found themselves on a power play as the result of a Kryshanda Green (Caledon, Ont.) face-off interference penalty. Despite not being able to convert on the power play the Gaels were able to find the score-sheet early in the third with Taryn Pilon (Peterborough, Ont.) capitalizing on a rebound over a sprawled out Ross with an assist coming from Brittany McHaffie. Unfortunately for the Gaels they found themselves in the box again with Verbeek recording a minor for hooking. On the power-play rookie forward Katelyn Gosling (London, Ont.) was able to convert, netting a slap hot past a screened Dodd-Moher. An exciting final five minutes of regulation ensued, with Western turning up the tempo and keeping the puck deep in Gaels territory. The Queen’s defenders were able to stand tall however, led by veteran net minder DoddMoher, and close out the game with a 5-4 victory. The victory marks the second Judy McCaw Memorial Cup for the Gaels in the past three years, with their last one coming in the 2010-2011 season. The Gaels veteran goaltender Mel Dodd-Moher, who shared her duties this season with fellow veteran Karissa Savage (Calgary), had the following to say about Queen’s impressive home victory. “Western gave us all they had. They could have just given in, but they didn’t, so it was a tough game for sure. In the last few minutes I just knew I had great teammates and we could pull out the win.”

TEAM PHOTO

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ALL-TIME RECORD CONFERENCE RECORD

CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS

CIS/CIAU CHAMPIONSHIP

SEASON

GP

W

L

OTL

GF

GA

GP

W

L

GF

GA

2012-13

26

20

4

2

88

41

7

6

1

27

16

2011-12

26

14

9

3

78

69

3

1

2

8

9

-

-

-

-

-

29

15

11

3

86

78

2010-11

27

15

8

4

73

58

5

5

0

11

6

3

2

1

4

4

35

22

9

4

88

2009-10

27

19

5

3

93

63

2

0

2

6

12

-

-

-

-

-

29

19

7

3

2008-09

27

13

13

1

57

67

3

1

2

6

12

-

-

-

-

-

30

14

15

2007-08

27

12

9

6

69

61

3

1

2

3

4

-

-

-

-

-

30

13

2006-07

24

14

7

3

64

53

3

2

1

6

7

-

-

-

-

-

27

16

2005-06

24

14

8

2

56

42

2

0

2

3

5

-

-

-

-

-

26

2004-05

22

11

8

3

90

61

3

2

1

10

9

-

-

-

-

-

2003-04

22

17

4

1

105

41

3

2

1

?

?

-

-

-

-

2002-03

22

14

6

2

87

51

3

2

1

9

5

-

-

-

-

2001-02

20

11

9

0

71

70

3

2

1

10

7

-

-

-

-

2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

GP

W

L

GF

GA

OVERALL GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

PCT.

COACH

CONFERENCE

Matt Holmberg

OUA

0.569

Matt Holmberg

OUA

68

0.686

Matt Holmberg

OUA

99

75

0.707

Matt Holmberg

OUA

1

63

79

0.483

Harold Parsons

OUA

11

6

72

65

0.533

Rob Lalonde

OUA

8

3

70

60

0.648

Harold Parsons

OUA

14

10

2

59

47

0.577

Harold Parsons

OUA

25

13

9

3

100

70

0.580

Harold Parsons

OUA East

-

25

19

5

1

105

41

0.780

Harold Parsons

OUA East

-

25

16

7

2

96

56

0.680

Harold Parsons

OUA East

-

23

13

10

0

81

77

0.565

Harold Parsons

OUA East OUA East

*Holmberg Recorded two wins

22

7

14

1

51

90

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

7

14

1

51

90

0.341

Diana Drury/Jacques Tremblay

20

2

18

0

26

87

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20

2

18

0

26

87

0.100

Diana Drury/Jacques Tremblay

OUA

20

4

13

3

43

68

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20

4

13

3

43

68

0.275

Diana Drury/Jacques Tremblay

OUA

15

3

9

3

29

61

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

3

9

3

29

61

0.300

Diana Drury/Jacques Tremblay

OUA

15

2

12

1

20

45

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

2

12

1

20

45

0.167

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

OWIAA

15

4

9

2

30

50

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

15

4

9

2

30

50

0.333

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

OWIAA

15

8

4

3

69

35

1

0

1

0

4

-

-

-

-

-

16

8

5

3

69

39

0.594

Diana Drury

OWIAA OWIAA

12

2

8

2

15

40

1

0

1

0

3

-

-

-

-

-

13

2

9

2

15

43

0.231

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

12

4

6

2

21

26

1

0

1

1

2

-

-

-

-

-

13

4

7

2

22

28

0.385

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

OWIAA

12

3

8

1

30

42

1

0

1

0

1

-

-

-

-

-

13

3

9

1

30

43

0.269

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

OWIAA

16

9

3

4

54

36

4

2

2

6

9

-

-

-

-

-

20

11

5

4

60

45

0.650

Diana Drury/Anne Symes

OWIAA

1989-90

16

14

2

0

66

22

2

0

2

3

11

-

-

-

-

-

18

14

4

0

69

33

0.778

Diana Drury

OWIAA

1988-89

16

11

2

3

52

29

4

2

2

6

7

-

-

-

-

-

20

13

4

3

58

36

0.725

Diana Drury

OWIAA

1987-88

16

1

12

3

31

62

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

1

12

3

31

62

0.156

Martha Roberts

OWIAA

1986-87

16

1

12

3

32

69

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

1

12

3

32

69

0.156

Kim Ferguson

OWIAA

1985-86

16

2

13

1

28

93

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

2

13

1

28

93

0.156

Kim Ferguson

OWIAA

1984-85

16

10

4

2

59

46

1

0

1

1

3

-

-

-

-

-

17

10

5

2

60

49

0.647

Janean Sergeant

OWIAA

1983-84

16

3

11

2

65

113

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

3

11

2

65

113

0.250

Janean Sergeant

OWIAA

1982-83

16

3

12

1

36

79

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

3

12

1

36

79

0.219

Janean Sergeant

OWIAA

1981-82

16

3

12

1

32

79

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16

3

12

1

32

79

0.219

Janean Sergeant

OWIAA

1980-81

12

5

6

1

37

28

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

12

5

6

1

37

28

0.458

John Sergeant

OWIAA

1979-80

12

10

1

1

53

21

2

1

1

2

3

-

-

-

-

-

14

11

2

1

55

24

0.821

Janean Sergeant

OWIAA

1978-79

12

12

0

0

68

13

2

2

0

16

5

-

-

-

-

-

14

14

0

0

84

18

1.000

Dave Best

OWIAA

1977-78

12

5

6

1

39

34

2

1

1

7

9

-

-

-

-

-

14

6

7

1

46

43

0.464

Terry Miller

OWIAA

1976-77

10

8

2

0

?

?

2

2

0

11

2

-

-

-

-

-

12

10

2

0

11

2

0.833

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

1975-76

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

-

-

-

-

-

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

1974-75

10

8

0

2

61

28

2

2

0

9

2

-

-

-

-

-

12

10

0

2

70

30

0.917

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

1973-74

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

-

-

-

-

-

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

1972-73

12

10

1

1

44

22

2

2

0

9

2

-

-

-

-

-

14

12

1

1

53

24

0.893

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

1971-72

12

5

4

3

22

19

1

0

1

0

1

-

-

-

-

-

13

5

5

3

22

20

0.500

Katherine Cartwright

OWIAA

TOTALS

704

333

294

77

2044

2014

68

38

30

170

156

3

2

1

4

4

775

373

325

77

2218

2174

0.531

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PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 1926 1931 1963 1973 1975 1977 1979 2011 2013

AWARDS OUA AWARDS

1994-95 (3) Stacey Harvey, Tammy Edger, Julie Walker

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

1993-94 (1) Stacey Harvey

2011-12 .....................................................Morgan McHaffie 2003-04 ..................................................Elizabeth Chiasson 2002-03...................................................Elizabeth Chiasson

1992-93 (1) Stacey Harvey

TOP SCORER

1991-92 (3) Stacey Harvey, Julie Stevens, Heather White

2011-12 .....................................................Morgan McHaffie 2009-10.........................................................Elizabeth Kench 2004-05...................................................Elizabeth Chiasson 2003-04 ..................................................Elizabeth Chiasson 2002-03...................................................Elizabeth Chiasson

1990-91(3) Sue Patterson, Stacey Harvey, Julie Stevens 1989-90 (3) Julie Stevens, Sue Patterson, Rebecca Higgins 1988-89 (1) Julie Stevens 1986-87 (1) Ann Fisher Dodd-Moher was a Championship CIS All-Star in 2010-11

2010-11 (2) Kelsey Thomson, Morgan McHaffie 2009-10 (5) Alison Bagg, Becky Conroy, Elizabeth Kench, Mel DoddMoher (Rookie Team), Morgan McHaffie (Rookie Team) 2007-08 (2) Elizabeth Kench, Michelle Hunt (Rookie Team)

1985-86 (1) Ann Fisher 1984-85 (1) Carolyn Aylesworth 1983-84 (1) Carolyn Aylesworth 1982-83 (1) Carolyn Aylesworth

2006-07 (1) Michelle Clark-Crumpton Holmberg was OUA Coach of the year in 2009-10

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

2006-07 ........................................................Elizabeth Kench 2005-06....................................................Victoria Kaufmann 2002-03 (East)..................................................Nicole Trotter 1998-99................................................................Claudia Tom

COACH OF THE YEAR

2009-10..........................................................Matt Holmberg 2003-04 (East)...............................................Harold Parsons 2002-03 (East)...............................................Harold Parsons

CIS ALL-CANADIANS

2005-06 (1) Amanda Stenson 2004-05 (3) Keri Baker, Elizabeth Chiasson, Michelle Clark-Crumpton 2003-04 (2) Elizabeth Chiasson, Keri Baker 2002-03 (3) Elizabeth Chiasson, Caroline Hare, Tanya Vlahovich 1998-99 (1) Lori Loftus 1995-96 (1) Julie Walker

2009-10 (2) Becky Conroy (2nd), Mel Dodd-Moher (Rookie Team) 2004-05 (1) Elizabeth Chiasson (1st) 2003-04 (1) Elizabeth Chiasson (1st) 2002 -03(1) Elizabeth Chiasson (2nd)

CIS CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-STARS 2010-11 (1) Mel Dodd-Moher

OUA ALL-STARS 2012-13 (3) Morgan McHaffie, Katie Duncan, Alisha Sealey (Rookie Team) 2011-12 (3) Morgan McHaffie, Katie Duncan, Taryn Pilon (Rookie Team)

3-time OUA All-Star Morgan McHaffie

Pilon was an OUA All-Rookie member in 2011-12

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PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS: 1926 1931 1963 1973 1975 1977 1979 2011 2013

TEAM AWARDS MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2011-12............................Morgan McHaffie 2010-11..............................Kelsey Thomson 2009-10..Becky Conroy/Elizabeth Kench 2008-09.................................. Michelle Hunt 2007-08.....................................Melissa John 2006-07...... Cassandra Sparks/Michelle ..............................................Clark-Crumpton 2005-06................................ Miranda Costie 2004-05.........................Elizabeth Chiasson 2003-04................................... Caroline Hare 2002-03.........................Elizabeth Chiasson 2001-02................................... Caroline Hare 2000-01.............................................................. 1999-00......................................... Lori Loftus 1998-99......................................... Lori Loftus 1997-98......................................... Sarah Reid 1996-97..........................Sarah Easterbrook 1995-96...................... Stephanie Backman 1994-95..............Sarah Hurst/Julie Walker 1993-94.................................. Stacey Harvey 1992-93.................................. Stacey Harvey 1991-92.................................. Stacey Harvey 1990-91.... Charlyn Gibson/Julie Stevens 1989-90.....................................Julie Stevens

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2011-12........................................ Taryn Pilon 2010-11.Shawna Griffin/Kelly Eustace/ ................................................Alex Cieslowski 2009-10............................Morgan McHaffie 2008-09.....................................Kristin Smith 2007-08.................................. Michelle Hunt 2006-07.............................. Elizabeth Kench 2005-06......................... Victoria Kaufmann 2004-05............................Amanda Stenson 2003-04...........Miranda Costie/Michelle ..............................................Clark-Crumpton 2002-03................................... Nicole Trotter 2001-02.........................Elizabeth Chiasson

2000-01....................... Melinda Casselman 1999-00.............................................................. 1998-99......................................Claudia Tom 1997-98..................................Kim Bjorklund 1996-97......................................... Sarah Reid 1995-96..........................Sarah Easterbrook 1994-95....................................Colleen Salak 1993-94............................Shannon Heward 1992-93........................ Catherine Drimmel 1991-92............................ Michele Lemieux 1990-91........ Stacey Harvey/Tanya Casey 1989-90......................................Tanya Casey 1988-89............................... Marla MacNaull 1987-88.............................................................. 1986-87..Charlyn Gibson/Jennifer Sasaki 1985-86.. Catherine Parker/Julie Stevens 1984-85...Lesly Donaldson/Susan Spratt 1983-84.....................................Robin Brown 1982-83....................... Carolyn Aylesworth

MOST IMPROVED 2011-12....................................Shawna Griffin 2010-11.............................. Shelby Aitcheson 2009-10...................................Megan McNutt 2008-09..............................................Jess Cone 2007-08..................................Andrea LeBlanc 2006-07................................ Kelsey Thomson 2005-06...........................................Claire Hunt 2004-05............................................. Keri Baker 2003-04..................................... Alison Barclay 2002-03............................ Amy Saundercook 2001-02.......................................Rachel Calley 2000-01.......................................Rachel Calley 1999-00....... Stephanie McMillan/Heather .................................................................McNally 1998-99.................................... Kathryn White 1997-98................................. Mandy Ferleyko 1996-97..........................Colleen MacDonald 1995-96...........Erin Dixon/Janna Lehrbrass 1994-95.................................Catharine Clapp

1993-94..........................................Wendy Eley 1992-93........................................ Tammy Egar 1991-92...................................... Jacquie Robb 1990-91..............................Monica Eickmeier 1989-90...................................Suzzane Shortt 1988-89.................................. Cathy Redshaw 1987-88.................................................................

1986-87.Sherry Gibson/Anna MacDonald

TOP +/-

2011-12.............................. Morgan McHaffie 2010-11................................................................. 2009-10.............................. Brittany McHaffie

COACHING RECORDS Coach

Seasons

GP

W

L

T

W%

Seasons

W

L

4

15

6

1

1

2

7

11

9

0

0

0

0.366

4

2

5

6

0.766

3

2

5

12

3

0.156

0

0

0

3

25

4

0.156

0

0

0

12

5

6

1

0.458

0

0

0

5

76

29

40

7

0.428

2

1

2

David Best

1

12

12

0

0

1.00

1

2

0

Terry Miller

1

12

5

6

1

0.458

1

1

1

Katherine “Cookie” Cartwright

6

44

31

7

6

0.773

?

6

1

Matt Holmberg

4

108

70

26

12

0.704

Rob Lalonde

1

27

12

9

6

0.556

Harold Parsons

7

161

94

55

12

0.621

Diana Drury/ Jacques Tremblay

4

77

16

54

7

0.253

Diana Drury/ Anne Symes

6

82

24

46

12

3

47

33

8

Martha Roberts

1

16

1

Kim Ferguson

2

32

John Sergeant

1

(2009-10 - current) (2007-08)

(2001-02 - 2008-09)

(1997-98 - 2000-01)

(1990-91 - 1993-94, 1995-96 - 1996-97)

Diana Drury

(1988-89 - 1989-90, 1994-95)

(1987-88)

(1985-86 - 1986-87)

(1980-81)

Janean Sergeant (1979-80, 1981-82 1984-85) (1978-79)

(1977-78)

P L A Y O F F S

(2001-02 - 2008-09)

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Women's Hockey Media Guide 12-13  

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