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The McGill Martlets women's ice hockey team represented McGill University during the 2011–12 CIS women's ice hockey season. The Martlets were unable to repeat as national champions for the second consecutive season.

Regular seasonEdit

  • October 29: Montreal Carabins skater Ariane Barker scored with 71 seconds left to give the squad a 3-2 win at McConnell Arena. Martlets goaltender Charline Labonte took the loss for the Martlets, giving her a 69-2 overall record in her CIS career.[1] It marked the Martlets first loss to a Quebec conference opponent for the first time in 108 games.[2]
  • October 30: Despite outshooting the Martlets 49-21, the Ravens were bested by a 3-0 tally. The game was scoreless through two periods, although Ravens skater Claudia Bergeron beat Martlets goaltender Charline Labonte with a shot in the second period. The shot hit the crossbar, but the Martlets registered a trio of goals (including an empty net goal) to win the match.[3] Ann-Sophie Bettez scored the game winning goal and was recognized as the player of the game for the Martlets, while Ravens goaltender Tamber Tisdale was player of the game for the Ravens.

Schedule Edit

Date Score Opponent
Sept. 17 WON 2-1 Queen's Golden Gaels
Sept. 23 Tied 2-2 @ Connecticut (NCAA)
Sept. 24 Lost 3-5 @ Providence (NCAA)
Sept. 25 Lost 1-5 @ Boston College (NCAA)
Sept. 30 WON 2-1 @ St-Lauwrence (NCAA)
Oct. 1 WON 3-2 @ Vermont (NCAA)
Oct. 7 WON 7-5 Concordia Stingers
Oct. 14 Won 6-1 @ Montreal Carabins
Oct. 15 WON 3-0 Ottawa Gee-Gees
Oct. 21 Lost 2-3 @ Dartmouth (BCAA)
Oct. 22 Lost 1-3 @ Harvard (NCAA)
Oct. 29 Lost 2-3 Montreal Carabins
Oct. 30 WON 3-0 @ Carleton Lady Ravens
Nov. 4 Lost 1-2 @ Syacuse (NCAA)
Nov. 6 WON 1-0 Concordia Stingers
Nov. 12 WON 4-1 Carleton Lady Ravens
Nov. 18 WON 10-1 @ Montreal Carabins
Nov. 20 WON 5-1 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees
Nov. 25 WON 3-0 Ottawa Gee-Gees
Nov. 27 WON 6-2 @ Concordia Stingers
Dec. 28 WON 4-0 St-Francis Xavier X-Women
Dec. 29 WON 3-0 Manitoba Bisons
Dec. 30 WON 5-4 Laurier Golden Hawks
Jan. 7 WON 4-0 @ Yale (NCAA)
Jan. 13 WON 4-0 Concordia Stingers
Jan. 14 WON 5-0 Montreal Carabins
Jan. 18 Lost 4-1 Montreal Stars (CWHL)
Jan. 22 Lost 3-4 (OTS) Carleton Lady Ravens
Jan. 27 WIN 7-1 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees
Jan. 28 WIN 10-0 @ Carleton Lady Ravens
Feb. 3 WIN 2-1 @ Montreal Carabins
Feb. 10 WIN 6-0 @ Ottawa Gee-Gees
Feb. 11 WIN 6-1 @ Carleton Lady Ravens
Feb. 17 Cancel by McGill Montreal Stars (CWHL)
Feb. 19 WIN 3-0 Concordia Stingers

Playoffs Edit

RSEQ Best-of-three Semifinal Series
Février 22, McGill Martlets 0-2 Ottawa Gee-Gees
Février 24, McGill Martlets 8-0 Ottawa Gee-Gees
Février 26, McGill Martlets 9-1 Ottawa Gee-Gees[4]
RSEQ Best-of-three Championship Series[5]
Février 29, McGill Martlets 5-1 Montreal Carabins[6]
March 2, McGill Martlets 4-0 Montreal Carabins[7]
March 4, ---
CIS National Championship
March 8 to 11

Current Roster 2011-2012 Edit

Goaltenders
Number Player Former Team Hometown
1 Flag of Canada Taylor Salisbury Vancouver Fusion Surry, British-Colombia
29 Flag of Canada Andrea Weckman Brampton Junior Thunder Kitchener, Ontario
54 Flag of Canada Charline Labonté Collège Lionel Groulx Boisbriand , Quebec
Defence
Number Player Former Team Hometown
2 Flag of Canada Stacie Tardif Dawson College Blues women's ice hockey St-Anne de Bellevue, Quebec
5 Flag of Canada Elizabeth Hiller Vimy Ridge Academy Edmonton, Alberta
8 Flag of Canada Cathy Chartrand Montreal Axion Lac nominingue, Quebec
11 Flag of Canada Michelle Daigneault Nepean Junior Hay River, North West Territories
13 Flag of Canada Kelsie Moffatt Pine Ridge Secondary Pickering, Ontario
14 Flag of Canada Britney Fouracres Edge School Calgary, Alberta
22 Flag of Canada Adrienne Crampton Bishop Strachan School Toronto, Ontario
27 Flag of Canada Gillian Ferrari Calgary Olympic Oval Thomhill, Ontario
Forwards
Number Player Former Team Hometown
03 Flag of Canada Kim Tom-That Hotchkiss School Beaconsfield , Quebec
4 Flag of Canada Leslie Oles Montreal Stars Beaconsfield , Quebec
6 Flag of Canada Ionna Caglanos Dawson College Blues women's ice hockey Montreal, Quebec
9 Flag of Canada Darragh Hamilton John Abbott Islanders Omstown, Quebec
10 Flag of Canada Jordanna Peroff Keswick High School Keswick, Ontario
12 Flag of Canada Chelsey Saunders Nepean Junior Widcats Ottawa, Ontario
16 Flag of Canada Logan Murray Edge School Calgary, Alberta
17 Flag of Canada Melodie Daoust Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Valleyfield, Quebec
19 Flag of Canada Katia Clément-Heydra Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey St-Bruno , Quebec
20 Flag of Canada Lainie Smith Cardinal center Catholic HS Aurora, Ontario
21 Flag of Canada Stefanie Pohlod Edge School Calgary, Alberta
23 Flag of Canada Erika Pyke Appleby College Spryfield, Nova Scotia
24 Flag of Canada Ann-Sophie Bettez Dawson College Blues women's ice hockey Sept-Iles, Quebec

Staff 2011-2012 Edit

  • Councillor-Adviser: Derek Drummond
  • Head Coach: Peter Smith[8]
  • Assistant Coach: Amey Doyle
  • Assistant Coach: Stewart McCarthey
  • Equipement Coordinator: Erika Petosa
  • Therapist: Amélie Brais, Stéphanie Antoniades, Micheline Lagace, Lishani Mahendrajah, Julie Mercier
  • Team Physician: Dr. Monica Cermignani
  • Communications Officer: Earl Zukerman

Awards and honorsEdit

Bettez2012

Ann-Sophie Bettez (right) being awarded the 2012 Brodrick Trophy.

ReferencesEdit

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