The ctv news app: Canada's most trusted news. The team beat Stoney Creek 3 — 2, with forward Madisyn Papineau scoring the game winner with just over a minute left to play. The annual competition is in its 11 th year and has only been hosted in Ontario once before, back in in Hamilton.
As they laid eyes on the freshly-painted ice, Hockey Canada logo in the centre, eyes grew wide and smiles even wider. Those experiences have created the tight-knit group that may well contend for a gold medal next weekend. As soon as we came back, it was just such a good group dynamic.
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Come this Thursday, a parade of 10 teams representing the Sudbury Lady Wolves will make their way to a variety of rinks strewn across the Greater Toronto Area, the annual crusade that is the OWHA provincial championships. The reality for the vast majority of the local entries, and their counterparts across the province, for that matter, is that they will not be returning home as Ontario medal winners. A favourable outcome will have to be measured in something that is perhaps slightly different than just their win-loss record.
In the semi-finals, the Lady Wolves faced off against the Central Plains Capitals, a team from Manitoba, winning the game handily at It was then off to the championship game where the Wolves took to the ice against the hometown Red Deer Chiefs, who they beat earlier in the week with the Chiefs obviously looking for redemption. Debassige said of the win.
The quest for the three-peat is complete. Mackenzie Kordic scored two goals to deliver the Slash a win over the Lady Wolves and a third-consecutive Esso Cup championship. Stoney Creek 3, Saskatoon 2 SO.
From April 21 to 28, the local squad will play host to the Esso Cup, having secured both a gold and a bronze medal at the event over the course of the past five to six years. Understandably, the team would like to enter play at nationals right at their peak, with at least a couple of top-end opportunities to fine-tune their game over the course of the next month. Now things get interesting, as the locals will face the Toronto Aeros in a best of three affair, beginning next Saturday at Seneca College.
Photo supplied. Though their berth at the Esso Cup nationals was already assured, the local midgets entered through the front door, as more than a few have suggested, claiming gold at the all-Ontario playdowns thanks to a six-game winning streak that culminated with a big triumph over the Stoney Creek Sabres yesterday afternoon. A goal by Madisyn Papineau with just over three minutes to play snapped a tie, lifting Sudbury to victory as the program claimed top spot in this division for the third time in the past six years. Hannah Smith and Katie Chomiak also found their way on to the scoresheet, netting one goal each.
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The Lady Wolves rolled through the preliminary round at the OWHA championships, winning all three of their group games while outscoring their opponents by a combined score of Sudbury met the Kingston Ice Wolves in the quarter-finals and advanced to the semis with a win. A pair of unbeaten teams met in the semi-finals as the Lady Wolves took on the Chatham Outlaws, who had surrendered just one goal in their first four games.