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FMAAA Recap – Week 9

Monday, January 11, 2016
 
The six (6) FMAAA teams resumed league play after the holiday break, and the Greater Vancouver Comets (18-4-2, 38 points) remain at the top of the league standings. Catch up on all the FMAAA action with our weekend recap.
 
Greater Vancouver Comets vs. Vancouver Island Seals
Game 1: Greater Vancouver 5, Vancouver Island 2
Game 2: Greater Vancouver 3, Vancouver Island 1
Game 3: Greater Vancouver 3, Vancouver Island 1
The Comets swept the Seals during their trip to Campbell River. In Game 1, Cierra Paisley (2), Alex Allan (2), and Alicia Perez scored for the Comets, while Veda Smith and Montanna Mosher scored for the Seals. In Game 2, Brittney Savard scored for the Seals, but it wasn’t enough to withstand the Comets offense, with Danika Pasqua, Elexa Pakozdy, and Camryn Wong scoring in the 3-1 win. The Comets also won Game 3 by a score of 3-1, with Pakozdy, Paisley, and Perez scoring. V. Smith scored the lone goal for the Seals in the loss.
 
Northern Capitals vs. Thompson-Okanagan Lakers
Game 1: Northern 4, Thompson-Okanagan 0
Game 2: Northern 1, Thompson-Okanagan 0
Game 3: Northern 1, Thompson-Okanagan 1
Fresh off a Mac’s Tournament championship win, the Capitals hosted the Lakers in Prince George. In Game 1, the Capitals continued their winning ways – Kelsey Roberts recorded the shutout and Mckenzie Muir, Katie Young, Jordan Shanks, and Sage Desjardins scored in the 4-0 victory. In Game 2, Tamara William got the shutout and Desjardins scored to get the 1-0 win. In Game 3, Myah Bowal scored for the Capitals, but the Lakers’ Jenna Fletcher scored early in the third period and her team held on for the 1-1 tie.
 
Fraser Valley Rush vs. Kootenay Wild
Game 1: Fraser Valley 1, Kootenay 3
Game 2: Fraser Valley 2, Kootenay 1
Game 3: Fraser Valley 2, Kootenay 1
The Rush and the Wild battled in out in Langley and Coquitlam, with both teams looking quite evenly matched. In Game 1, Kootenay took the win thanks to goals from Tiana Ewasiuk (2) and Maddie Vockeroth-Fisher. Sarah Merx scored the only goal for Fraser Valley. In Game 2, Madaleine Ericsson and Denver Gray scored for Fraser Valley, while Merissa Dawson scored for Kootenay in the 2-1 loss. Game 3 was a similar story, with Ericsson and Amanda Pollock scoring for the Rush, and Haley Elias scoring the lone goal for the Wild.
 
The FMAAA program consists of six (6) zone-based teams that are spread across the province – the Fraser Valley Rush (Langley), Greater Vancouver Comets (Coquitlam), Kootenay Wild (Nelson), Northern Capitals (Prince George), Thompson-Okanagan Lakers (Vernon), and Vancouver Island Seals (Campbell River). The teams play a 30 game regular season, followed by the playoffs. The FMAAA Champion has the opportunity to compete for the ESSO Cup, Hockey Canada's National Female Midget Championship, which will take place in Weyburn, Saskatchewan from April 19 - 25, 2016.
 
The FMAAA program was initiated in the 2007-2008 season in response to the membership’s desire to provide an opportunity for elite female hockey players to come together on zone teams to challenge other elite female Midget teams. The league has had nearly 100 players move on to post-secondary hockey opportunities.
For more information about the BC FMAAA program, please visit the website at www.bchockey.net/fmaaa or email midgethockey@bchockey.net.
 
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