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2007–08 Alberta Pandas women's ice hockey season

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The Pandas finished the season ranked first in the Canada West Conference with 21 wins, compared to 2 losses and one overtime loss. The Pandas appeared at the 2008 CIS National Championship Tournament and ended with a fourth place finish.


Number Name Position Height
1 Dana Vinge Goaltender 5'4"
4 Kathleen Keen Defence 5'6"
6 Katie Borbely Forward 5'5"
7 Jessica Kolopenuk Defence 5'10"
8 Jennifer Newton - C Forward 5'7"
9 Patty Tulloch Forward 5'7"
10 Nicole Pratt Forward 5'10"
11 Andrea Boras Defence 5'6"
12 Andrea Wiebe Defence 5'5"
13 Mia Mucci - A Forward 5'7
14 Leah Copeland Forward 5'6"
15 Lindsay Robinson Forward 5'4"
16 Laura Salomons Forward 5'3"

Coaching staffEdit

  • Howie Draper, Head coach
  • Danielle Bourgeois, Assistant coach
  • Judy Diduck, Assistant coach
  • Dave Marcinyshyn, Assistant coach
  • Dave Crowder, goalie coach
  • Stacey Phillips, goalie coach


Date Opponent Team
Sat., Sept. 22 Red Deer 5-0
Fri, Oct. 05 UBC 9-5
Sat, Oct. 06 UBC 5-1
Fri, Oct. 12 Regina 4-2
Sat, Oct. 13 Regina 5-2
Fri, Oct. 19 Lethbridge 7-1
Sat, Oct. 20 Lethbridge 4-0
Fri, Nov. 02 Saskatchewan 9-2
Sat, Nov. 03 Saskatchewan 5-3

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Leah Copeland, Canada West leader, Assists
  • Jennifer Newton, Canada West Player of the Year
  • Jennifer Newton, Canada West scoring champion
  • Jennifer Newton, Canada West leader, Goals scored

Canada West All-Star teamEdit

  • Jennifer Newton, First Team All-Star
  • Alana Cabana, First Team All-Star
  • Leah Copeland, Second Team All-Star
  • Rayanne Reeve, Second Team All-Star
  • Andrea Boras, All-Rookie team

See alsoEdit


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