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The Saskatchewan Huskies are an ice hockey team that represents the University of Saskatchewan. They compete in the Canada West Conference in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport athletic program.

HistoryEdit

Women have been playing hockey at the University as early as 1912.

The team only rarely played against other university teams in the early years. Its main competition was in the Saskatoon City League which was mostly composed of local high school and college teams.

  • 1919-20 Won 3-0 @ Alberta on Feb. 28.
  • 1920-21 Won 7-1 Alberta plus other exhibitions.
  • 1921-22 Won 3-2 @ Alberta. Tied Manitoba 2-2 on Feb. 27.
  • 1922-23 No team.
  • 1923-24 Exhibitions only.
  • 1924-25 Won City League.
  • 1925-26 Won City League.
  • 1926-27 Won City League. Lost 8-1 @ Manitoba on Feb. 12. Won 3-2 to Alberta on Feb. 21.
  • 1927-28 Won City League. Lost 2-1 @ Manitoba on Feb. 24. Won 2-1 to Alberta on March 1. Since Manitoba beat Alberta 1-0, they won the Intercollegiate title.
  • 1928-29 Won City League. Lost 1-2 to Alberta o Feb. 18. Tied 1-1 @ Manitoba on Feb. 22. Won 1-0 @ Alberta on March 2.
  • 1929-30 Won City League.
  • 1930-31 Exhibition games only.
  • 1931-32 Won City League.
  • 1931-32 Won City League.
  • 1933-34 Won City League.
  • 1934-35 Won City League.
  • 1935-36 Played in City League.
  • 1936-37 Played in City League.
  • 1937-38 Played in City League.
  • 1938-39 Won City League.
  • 1939-40 Played in City League.
  • 1940-41 No team.
  • 1941-42 Won City League.
  • 1942-43 Played in City League.
  • 1943-44 Exhibitions only.
  • 1944-45 Exhibitions only.

During the 2009-10 season, Breanne George scored a conference-high 28 goals and 18 assists for a league-leading 46 points in 24 games.

InternationalEdit

Player Position Event Result
Breanne George[1]Forward 2011 Winter UniversiadeGold

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Breanne George, 2010 Canada West scoring champion

Canada West All-StarsEdit

Season Player Honor
1998-99 Joanna Mould Second team
1998-99 Gwen Bramwell Second team
2000-01 Beckie Bailey Second team
2001-02 Laurie Blair Second team)
2001-02 Robin NuttallSecond team)
2002-03 Misty Bertam First team
2002-03 Beckie Bailey Second team
2003-04 Laurie Alexander Second Team
2007-08 Robin Ulrich First team
2007-08 Vanessa Frederick Second team
2008-09 Robin Ulrich Second team
2008-09 Breanne George Second team
2008-09 Danny Stone All-Freshman Team
2009-10 Breanne George First Team
2009-10 Julie Paetsch Second Team
2010-11Breanne George First team
2010-11 Cara Wooster Second team
2010-11 Kristin Bews Second team

Canada West awardsEdit

Season Award Winner
2002-03Rookie of the Year Erin McKay
2002-03 Canada West Marion Hilliard Award Misty Bertram
2007-08 Canada West Marion Hilliard Award Robin Ulrich
2007-08 Coach of the Year Steve Kook
2009-10 Most Valuable Player Breanne George
2009-10 Canada West Coach of the Year Steve Kook

CIS honorsEdit

  • Breanne George, 2010 CIS MVP[2]
  • 2010 CIS First Team, Forward, Breanne George
  • 2010 CIS Second Team, Julie Paetsch
  • 2011 CIS First Team, Forward, Breanne George

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