2016-17 National Women's Development Team

White 4 - Sweden 3 (OT)


BACH SCORES OVERTIME WINNER, WHITE BEATS SWEDEN

JORDAN MADY

CALGARY, Alta. – Victoria Bach (Milton, Ont./ Boston University, HE) wired a shot over the glove of Maria Omberg just 42 seconds into overtime Tuesday to nudge White past Sweden 4-3 at Canada’s National Women’s Development Team selection camp.

It’s the first win of camp for White, which dropped a 4-3 decision to Red on Monday night.

White looked to have a regulation win before the Swedes were awarded a penalty shot with zeroes on the clock in the third period after a Canadian defender closed her hand on the puck in the crease.

Hanna Olsson made no mistake, snapping a quick shot past White goaltender Julia Vandyk (Cambridge, Ont./Colgate University, ECAC) to force the extra period.

White opened the scoring just over a minute in when Emily Clark (Saskatoon, Sask./University of Wisconsin, WCHA) jumped on the rebound of a Kristyn Capizzano (Oakville, Ont./Boston College, HE) shot and beat Omberg.

That would be it for goals in an offensively-tentative first period that included only 10 shots on goal.

But it took just 12 seconds of the second for White to double its advantage; a strong forecheck behind the Swedish net caused a turnover, and the puck squirted in front and onto the stick of Ryleigh Houston (Winnipeg, Man/University of North Dakota, WCHA) who had a yawning cage to extend the lead to 2-0.

The Swedish comeback started early in the third period when Anna Borgqvist one-timed a shot past Vandyk from a sharp angle at 2:10, and Lisa Johansson roofed a shorthanded breakaway past the Canadian goaltender at 11:31 to tie the game.

But White would retake the lead just eight seconds after the Johansson goal; right off the ensuing face-off the puck made its way to Rebecca Leslie (Ottawa, Ont./Boston University, HE), who charged in off the right wing and snapped a shot past Omberg.

That set up the penalty shot goal by Olsson and the eventual game-winner by Bach, capping an eventful final 21 minutes that included four goals, 19 shots and five power plays.

After a day away from the rink Wednesday, both teams will see action again Thursday; White will meet the CIS all-stars (7:30 p.m. MT), right after Sweden faces Red (4 p.m. MT).

Game Information
Game # 3 Round Exhibition
Arena Markin MacPhail Centre – Arena A Location Calgary, Alta.
Date Tuesday, August 9, 2016 Time 4 p.m. MT

 

Box Score 1 2 3 OT Total
WHT 1 1 1 1 4
SWE 0 0 3 0 3

 

Goals & Penalties
First Period
Goals :
01:16 WHT Emily Clark (Kristyn Capizzano, Ève-Audrey Picard)

Penalties :
13:27 SWE Isabell Palm (Tripping)
15:48 SWE Isabell Palm (Body-checking)
Second Period
Goals :
00:12 WHT Ryleigh Houston (Rhyen McGill, Alexandra Labelle)

Penalties :
07:14 SWE Michelle Löwenhielm (Hooking)
15:27 SWE Bench (Too Many Players)
19:48 SWE Anna Borgqvist (High-sticking)
Third Period
Goals :
02:10 SWE Anna Borgqvist (Johanna Olofsson)
11:31 SWE Lisa Johansson SH
11:39 WHT Rebecca Leslie (Karly Heffernan, Victoria Bach) PP
20:00 SWE Hanna Olsson PS

Penalties :
04:25 WHT Emily Clark (Slashing) 
10:00 SWE Johanna Olofsson (Interference)
12:54 SWE Fanny Rask (Body-checking)
16:53 SWE Michelle Löwenhielm (Body-checking)
17:47 WHT Emily Clark (Body-checking)
Overtime
Goals :
00:42 WHT Victoria Bach (Rebecca Leslie)

Penalties :
None

 

Goaltenders
WHT Shea Tiley; Julia Vandyk (2nd/10:22)
SWE Maria Omberg

 

Shots on Goal 1 2 3 OT Total
WHT 6 11 9 1 27
SWE 4 4 10 1 19
Videos
Photos
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Emma Maltais scored, but Canada fell to the U.S. in the series finale.
2018 NWDT Series: USA 3 – CAN 1 (Game 2)
Houston scored, but three-goal third period lead U.S. to victory.
2018 NWDT Series: USA 4 – CAN 1 (Game 1)
Shirley scored the lone goal as Canada dropped the NWDT series opener.
2018 NWDT Camp: BLK 4 – GLD 3
Potomak had a goal and two assists to help Black win the NWDT finale.
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