Glenlawn Lions, KE Reivers Advance to the Finals

Thrilling, nail-biting, edge of your seat …… are the words that describe both semi-final deciding games in the 2018-19 Hire Marketing Division Playoffs yesterday.

At the East End Arena, the first ranked CPET Canadiennes opened the scoring against the fourth ranked KE Reivers with two goals in the first period, one at 5:23 (Baker, Murphy, St. Laurent) and another at 4:32 (Andrews, Snare). In the final seconds of the period, the Reivers managed to get on the board (Goulet, Fontaine) for a 2-1 first period score. The second period was hard fought with opportunities for both teams, and despite numerous power play opportunities, the second period remained scoreless. The momentum shifted in the third period with the Reivers scoring two goals, one at 15:58 (Baptiste, Cooke) and another at 11:45 (Becker, Alexander). Now down by a goal, the Canadiennes maneuvered up and down the ice looking for an opportunity but were denied. Final Score Reivers 3-2.

The second ranked Scorpions faced the third ranked Glenlawn Lions this evening on home ice. With the series tied 1-1, both teams played to win. The Lions opened the scoring with a goal at the 6:00 mark of the first period (Clarke, Cyrenne, Aptekmann). That goal went unanswered by the Scorpions until the 9:08 mark of the second period (Romanishen, Neil). Early in the third period, Lorette scored again (Boles, Neil, Romanishen), but that goal was quickly answered by the Lions. With the minutes counting down, the Lions scored a breakaway goal at 5.58 (Leonard) to defeat the Scorpions. Final Score Lions 3-2.

The Glenlawn Lions will face the KE Reivers in their Division Playoffs at the Dakota Community Centre March 7, 9 and 13 if necessary. For additional details, check the series schedule.


Regular Season First Half Leaders

December 22 marked the end of a very competitive first half of play in the 2017-18 WWHSHL Regular Season. In CTV Division One, the St. Mary’s Flames, Dakota Lancers and CJS Olympiens are tied for first place with the Selkirk Royals knocking at their door. The SJR Eagles lead the Winnipeg Free Press Division, with the defending division champion Garden City Gophers one point behind. The Lorette Scorpions lead the Hire Marketing Division followed by last season’s championship finalist Glenlawn Lions and the rookie CPET Canadiennes.

The overall point scorers for the League are Ashley Keller, Beliveau Barracudas (33 points), and Dakota Lancers’ Risa Shatford and Sonya Neale (31 points). Leading the Goals against average is Emily Shippam, St. Mary’s Flames (1.88), followed by Rachelle Jeffrey, Beliveau Barracudas (1.49) and Grace Fedirchuk, SJR Eagles (1.50). Grace Fedirchuk also leads the League’s goaltenders with 6 shut-out victories.

For more stats and standings, please follow the links below:
Division StandingsPlayer Stats


Player of the Month November 2017

Lorette ScorpionsHire Marketing Division 3:
Congratulations to Lorette Scorpions Celeste Sabot, a defensive star whose hot hands helped her team claim 6 of 8 games this month. Celeste proved her worth scoring 3 goals and adding 5 assists, and a total of 11 points for the season.


Players of the Week ending January 20, 2017

CTV Division:
Congratulations to Selkirk Royals Jodi Clifton for her incredible goaltending this week. Jodi back stopped two thrilling games – a 2-1 win against the VMC Trojans and a 3-2 SO loss against the Westwood Warriors. Jodi stopped 39 of 42 shots in 1:05 minutes of play this week. Tremendous goaltending!
WFP Division:
Congratulations to Lorette Scorpions Mackenzie Borgfjord who scored two goals in her team’s 3-1 win against the Fort Richmond Centurions, and two goals and an assist in her team’s 3-5 loss to the Springfield Sabres. Mackenzie’s perseverance netted a total of 4 goals and an assist for a total of 5 points this week and 24 for the season.

Players of the Week ending December 2, 2016

CTV Division:
Congratulations to Selkirk Royals Courtney Sorokopud-Jones, who in a battle of two heavyweights, scored a goal and an assist as the Royals knocked off the Jeanne Sauve Olympiens 4-2 in an action-packed game that was fun to watch and fun to play. Courtney has a total of 9 points for the season.
WFP Division:
Congratulations to Lorette Scorpions’ Emily Whittington, the back bone of her team, who stopped 21 of 22 shots fired her way defeating the SJR Eagles 2-1, and then later in the week, stopped 33 of 35 shots mustered up by the Fort Richmond Centurions in a 4-2 victory.

Players of the Week ending January 29, 2016

CTV Division:
Congratulations to Lorette Scorpions’ Reilli Howden who scored two goals in her team’s win against the FRC Centurions this week. Reilli also had a strong game earlier in the week, creating several scoring chances in her team’s win against the Springfield Sabres.

WFP Division:
Congratulations to Miles Mac Buckeyes’ Grace Fedirchuk, who backstopped her team to three wins this week. Grace made a total of 48 saves (26 vs Selkirk Royals; 17 vs CSHC Huskies and 5 vs. West Kildonan Wolverines) and let in only 5 goals in the 3 games played.


Players of the Week ending November 7, 2015

CTV Division:
Congratulations to CLC Scorpions’ Matti Borgfjord who scored a hat trick in a thrilling 7-6 victory over the Garden City Gophers. Matti was also on the ice for the final 45 seconds defending the 1 goal lead against 6 attackers who stormed the goal and came up short handed.

WFP Division:
Congratulations to SJR Eagles’ Nicole Van der Meulen who was on fire against the West Kildonan Wolverines as she scored 5 goals and added an assist . Nicole worked hard both offensively and defensively as she helped her team limit the Wolverines to just 1 goal.


CLC Scorpions claim the WFP Division title

CLC Scorpions team photo 2014-15

The CLC Scorpions win the Winnipeg Free Press Division title against the Miles Mac Buckeyes in a thrilling 3-2 series deciding game victory. This is the first WWHSHL title for the Scorpions. With well-matched talent on both benches, the fans remained on the edge of their seats until the very end of the game. Breaking the deadlock in the second period, the Scorpions took the lead with two unanswered power play goals scored by Nicole Levasseur and Samantha Bernardin. Coming back strong in the 3rd, the Buckeyes Tesia Romaniw closed the gap to one goal at 3:59, but Scorpions Milene Wiebe responded 55 second later. At the 2 minutes mark, Buckeyes’ Mikaela Robinson brought the fans to their feet with a goal of her own, but playing the remainder of the period largely short-handed the Buckeyes were unable to tie up the game. Congratulations to the CLC Scorpions, the 19th Annual WFP Division Champions. The Scorpions will be honoured at the 19th Annual Excellence and Leadership Awards April 15, 2015. #wwhshl #hockey #winnipegnews


Players of the Week ending October 17, 2014

team-dakotaCTV Division 1: Congratulations to Dakota Lancers’ red hot goalie Sydney Urwin who was brilliant in her 27 save 4-1 victory over the CSHC Huskies. If not for her calm, cool net minding, the game could have easily swayed CSHC favour.

team-lorettescorpionsWinnipeg Free Press Division 2: Congratulations to CLC Scorpions’ forward Mattison Borgfjord who scored 2 goals and 1 assist in her team’s 6-3 victory over the West Kildonan Wolverines. Her late goal in the 3rd, sealed her team’s momentum and put the game out of reach.


Players of the Week ending February 14, 2014

CTV Division A:
Congratulations to Oak Park Raiders’ fleet footed forward # 11 Jessica Thomas who helped her team secure a 4-1 victory over the Kelvin Clippers, and then 3 days later scored a crucial goal midway through the third period to break a 2-2 tie against the Louis Riel Voyageurs eventually winning 5-3.

Winnipeg Free Press Division B:
Congratulations to Lorette Scorpions’ goalie Hannah Dornian who played absolutely phenomenal in her team’s victory over the top ranked Westwood Warriors. She made key saves at key times to help lead her team to a 1-0 victory.