Tamber Tisdale
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)

CIS Team
Notre Dame Hounds
Carleton Ravens
Born May 3, 1992,
Red Deer, Alberta
Pro Career 2010 – present

Tamber Tisdale is a women's ice hockey player that once competed for the Carleton Lady Ravens ice hockey program.

Playing careerEdit

Notre DameEdit

With the Notre Dame Hounds, Tisdale participated in the Esso Cup. She would win a silver medal with the Hounds as they lost the gold medal game (contested on April 24, 2010) to the Thunder Bay Queens by a 4-3 tally.[1] She had given up the game winning goal to Kaitlyn Tougas. Tisdale made 33 saves in the game.[2]


From November 25 to November 26, 2011, Tamber Tisdale did not allow any even strength goals. In a contest versus the Montreal Carabins, Tisdale made 40 saves in a 6-5 victory. The following day, she stopped 34 shots as she earned her first shutout of the season, in a 3-0 blanking of the Concordia Stingers. After the win, she was the QSSF leader with a save percentage of .930.[3]

On January 22, 2012, Tisdale helped the Ravens to their first ever victory over the McGill Martlets. The number one ranked Martlets were stunned by a 4-3 mark in a shootout. She made 32 of 35 saves in regulation time while stopping five of six Martlets in the shootout.[4]

A January 31, 2015 road loss to McGill saw Tisdale record 61 saves.


In 2015, Tisdale signed a contract to compete with a women's ice hockey team in Thun, Switzerland.

Career statsEdit


2010-11 4 24417 4.18100

Hockey CanadaEdit

2010 Esso Cup 7 38117 12.68520

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week ending November 27, 2011)[7]
  • Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week ending January 22, 2012)[8]


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