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The Saskatchewan Prairie Ice were a professional women's ice hockey team in the Western Women's Hockey League (WWHL). The team played its home games in Lumsden, Saskatchewan, Canada.


HistoryEdit

After playing exhibition games throughout Saskatchewan in 2003-04, the Prairie Ice joined the Calgary Oval X-Treme, Minnesota Whitecaps, Edmonton Chimos and British Columbia Breakers in forming the Western Women's Hockey League in 2004-2005. In 2006, the two leagues were reunited under the NWHL banner. However, this was short lived as the NWHL and WWHL could not reach an agreement upon a playoff schedule. As a result, the merger was not consummated. With the collapse of the NWHL in the summer of 2007, the Western Women's Hockey League was once again a completely independent league. The Prairie Ice have suspended operations in summer 2007.

Season-by-seasonEdit

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Year GP W L T GF GA Pts
2004–05 21 1 19 1 24 132 3
2005–06 24 4 16 4 49 114 12
2006–07 24 0 22 2 31 164 2

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points,


Season standingsEdit

Year Regular Season Playoffs
2004-05 5th no participation to playoff
2005-06 4th elimined in first round
2006-07 5th no participation to playoff

Last Roster 2006-07Edit

Goalies
Number Player Former Team Hometown
31 Flag of Canada Hearn Sara
20 Flag of Canada Rachel hubert
1 Flag of Canada Robin Petkau[1] University of Saskatchewan Huskies Pense, Saskatchewan
Defense
Number Player Former Team Hometown
23 Flag of Canada Jessica Pennel Saskatchewan Prairie Ice
18 Flag of Canada Landa Hain Saskatchewan Prairie Ice Regina, Saskatchewan
12 Flag of Canada Jamie Lee Magnusson Saskatchewan Prairie Ice Regina, Saskatchewan
10 Flag of Canada Erin Balfour Saskatchewan Prairie Ice
9 Flag of Canada Trina Rissling University of Regina Cougars Regina,Saskatchewan
7 Flag of Canada Stephanie Reinhart Saskatchewan Prairie Ice Regina, Saskatchewan
5 Flag of Canada Robyn Presley
4 Flag of Canada Emily Henry Canadian Women's National Team from 1994-2002 Lumsden,Saskatchewan
2 Flag of Canada Sally Sutter[2] Saskatchewan Prairie Ice
Forwards
Number Player Former Team Hometown
25 Flag of Canada Kylie Rosssler Saskatchewan Prairie Ice
24 Flag of Canada Melanie Kell Edmonton, Alberta
22 Flag of Canada Dru Black University of Regina Cougars Craven, Saskatchewan
21 Flag of Canada Gina Campbell Saskatchewan Prairie Ice
19 Flag of Canada Jocelyn Kratchmer University of Regina Cougars Watrous, Saskatchewan
17 Flag of Canada Julie Foster Saskatchewan Prairie Ice Regina, Saskatchewan
16 Flag of Canada Beckie Bailey University of Saskatchewan Huskies Kyle, Saskatchewan
15 Flag of Canada Courtney MacDougall
14 Flag of Canada Christina Badgley
11 Flag of Canada Erin Tady
6 Flag of Canada Brandy West-McMaster University of Regina Cougars Langbank, Saskatchewan
3 Flag of Canada Janet Babchishin Regina Sharks Priestville, Saskatchewan
[3] and [4]


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