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Robyn Rittmaster
Robyn-Rittmaster
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
135 lb (61 kg)
CIS
NWHL
CWHL Team
Alberta Pandas
Calgary Oval X-Treme
Ottawa Senators
Born July 27, 1979,
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Pro Career present


Robyn Rittmaster (born July 27, 1979) was a competitive goaltender that competed at the CIS and CWHL level. During the 2009–10 CWHL season, she was part of the final season of the Ottawa Senators CWHL team.

Playing careerEdit

OttawaCapitalCanucks 2008CWHL

(Left to right): Rittmaster and Jessica Moffat with the Ottawa Capital Canucks during the 2007-08 CWHL season

She played both competitive soccer and hockey growing up in Nova Scotia. At 16 years old, she represented Nova Scotia at the Canada Winter Games. When Rittmaster graduated high school, she moved to Calgary for the national hockey team development program.[1] With the University of Calgary soccer team, she won the 1998 CIAU championship.

CISEdit

On March 12, 2004, Rittmaster made only seven saves as the Alberta Pandas defeated No. 6 ranked St. Mary's by a 10-0 tally at the CIS women's hockey championships.[2] Alberta outshot the Huskies 61-7. Of note, one of Rittmaster's teammates was future national team member Delaney Collins. In the gold medal game on March 15, Rittmaster only needed to make 11 saves as the Pandas defeated the Ottawa Gee Gees by a 2-0 tally.[3]

Hockey CanadaEdit

In 1999, Rittmaster was the last cut from the Canadian Under 22 National Team. She was part of Team Canada White at the Canadian National Women's Ice Hockey Fall Festival. Her teammate on Team Canada White was Charline Labonte. She participated in the National Women's Fall Festival in Kenora, Ontario for the 2006-07 National Women's Team[4] but was not part of the final roster.

Career statsEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

Year Event GP MIN GAGAAShotsSv%WLTSO
2006National Women's Fall Festival5212195.38157.8791310
[5]
Year Event GP Goals AssistsPoints+/-PIM
2005Esso Women’s Nationals302202
[6]

Award and honorsEdit

PersonalEdit

Her twin sister, Dana was a forward for the McGill Martlets.[8]

ReferencesEdit

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