2020-21 National Women's Team

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Today at the BFL National Women’s Team Training Camp, presented by Sobeys (Jan. 29)

The 35 athletes attending the BFL National Women’s Team Training Camp, presented by Sobeys, are split into two teams, Red and White. Intrasquad games are scheduled for Jan. 24, 26, 27 and 29. The teams will have a 15 minute warm-up, followed by four 12½ minute periods with a flood after 25 minutes and a four-minute break between periods. A one-minute TV timeout will also occur at the six-minute mark of each period and any overtime played will be an additional 12 minutes. Along with five-on-five play, other situational play (four-on-four, three-on-three) will also be practiced.

Game Summary

RED 5 – WHITE 1 (Scrimmage #4)

Blayre Turnbull (Stellarton, N.S.) and Jaime Bourbonnais (Mississauga, Ont.) finished with a goal and an assist apiece as Red pulled away late to earn a 5-1 win over White in the finale Friday afternoon at the BFL National Women’s Team Training Camp, presented by Sobeys. Rebecca Leslie (Ottawa, Ont.), Jessie Eldridge (Barrie, Ont.) and Brianne Jenner (Oakville, Ont.) added the other goals for Red, which took three of the four scrimmages at camp. After a period-and-a-half of scoreless hockey, Bourbonnais set up Leslie midway through the second for the opening goal. Mélodie Daoust (Valleyfield, Que.) responded on the power play for White with four minutes left in the third period, but Turnbull gave Red back the lead for good with a man-advantage marker with just 29 seconds to go in the frame. Red dominated the fourth and final period, getting goals from Bourbonnais, Eldridge and Jenner in a span of 6:59 to wrap up the scoring.

RED

Goaltenders
Ann-Renée DESBIENS
Geneviève LACASSE

 

Defence
Ella SHELTON Erin AMBROSE
Laura FORTINO Brigette LACQUETTE
  Jaime BOURBONNAIS

 

Forwards
Kristin O’NEILL Blayre TURNBULL Emily CLARK
Jill SAULNIER Brianne JENNER Natalie SPOONER
Julia GOSLING Rebecca LESLIE Jessie ELDRIDGE

WHITE

Goaltenders
Emerance MASCHMEYER
Shea TILEY

 

Defence
Jocelyne LAROCQUE Renata FAST
Lauriane ROUGEAU Meaghan MIKKELSON
Claire THOMPSON

 

Forwards
Jamie Lee RATTRAY Marie-Philip POULIN Mélodie DAOUST
Sarah POTOMAK Ann-Sophie BETTEZ Laura STACEY
Loren GABEL Sarah FILLIER Victoria BACH

 

Highlights (Jan. 29): Red (5), White (1)

 

 

Highlights (Jan. 27): Red (4), White (3)

 

 

Highlights (Jan. 26): White (2), Red (1)

 

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