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The Moncton Aigles Bleues represent the University of Moncton which is located in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Home games are contested at the Jean-Louis Lévesque Arena.

HistoryEdit

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Marieve Provost celebrates after becoming the all-time leading scorer in CIS history

At the midway point of the 2008-09 CIS season, Marieve Provost led the CIS in scoring with 15 goals and 27 assists in 11 conference games. [1] She represented Canada in their entry at the 2009 World Universidade, which was the first appearance for the Canadian women in ice hockey at the Universidade. Provost finished the seven game tournament with seven points (four goals, three assists).

In the first 12 conference games of the 2010-11 CIS season, Provost led the CIS in scoring with 30 points (14-16-30). At the midway point of that season, she ranked third in CIS all-time scoring with 205 points (105-100-205)[2].

Season by Season RecordEdit

Team League GP W L T OL GF GA Pts Finish Tournament Nationals
1999-00 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament Lost Final N/A
2000-01 AUS-Women Exhibition Schedule Only with Conference Tournament Lost Semifinals N/A
2001-02 AUS-Women 10 5 5 0 - 51 33 10 4th Lost Semifinals N/A
2002-03 AUS-Women 12 6 6 0 - 38 40 14 5th Lost Semifinals N/A
2003-04 AUS-Women 14 4 8 1 - 28 59 10 6th Lost Quarterfinals N/A
2004-05 AUS-Women 18 2 16 0 - 32 107 4 7th Did not qualify N/A
2005-06 AUS-Women 21 1 20 0 0 32 145 2 8th Did not qualify N/A
2006-07 AUS-Women 21 18 3 - 0 91 55 36 2nd Won Tournament Fifth Place
2007-08 AUS-Women 21 15 5 - 1 87 48 31 3rd Lost Semifinal N/A
2008-09 AUS-Women 24 22 0 - 2 97 44 46 1st Won Tournament Bronze Medal
2009-10 AUS-Women 24 21 2 - 1 95 45 43 1st Lost Final N/A
2010-11 AUS-Women 24 17 5 - 2 94 65 36 2nd Lost Final N/A
2011-12 AUS-Women 24 16 5 - 3 86 55 35 2nd Lost Final N/A
2012-13 AUS-Women 24 11 11 - 2 48 51 24 5th 3rd in Round Robin Pool N/A
2013-14 AUS-Women 24 14 9 - 1 54 41 29 3rd Won Tournament Fifth Place
2014-15 AUS-Women 24 17 5 - 2 75 40 36 2nd Lost Final Sixth Place
2015-16 AUS-Women 24 16 6 - 2 72 43 34 2nd Lost Semifinal N/A
2016-17 AUS-Women 24 8 12 - 4 54 61 20 5th Lost Semifinal N/A
2017-18 AUS-Women 24 10 10 - 4 48 59 24 5th Lost Semifinals N/A

2004-05 season had games worth 4, 2, or 1 point. No criteria was listed for which game was worth how many points.

ExhibitionEdit

NCAAEdit

Date OpponentScore
Jan. 2, 2010 Maine Black Bears2-4[3] Jill Stockton, Valerie Boisclair

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Marieve Prevost, 2010-11 CIS Scoring Champion[4]

AUSEdit

  • Kathy Desjardins, 2009-10 AUS First Team All-Star
  • Mariève Provost, 2009-10 AUS First Team All-Star[5]
  • Valérie Boisclair, 2009-10 AUS Second Team All-Star

CISEdit

  • Marie-Pier Arsenault, 2011-12 CIS All-Rookie Team[6]
  • Rhéal Bordage, 2006-07 CIS Coach of the Year[7]
  • Kathy Desjardins, 2008-09 CIS All-Rookie Team[8]
  • Mariève Provost, 2007-08 CIS First Team All-Star
  • Mariève Provost, 2007-08 CIS All-Rookie team [9]
  • Mariève Provost, 2009 CIS Playoff All-Star team[10]
  • Mariève Provost, 2009-10 CIS First Team All-Star[11]
  • Mariève Provost, 2010-11 CIS First Team All-Star[12]

ReferencesEdit