The SMA Flames has been in the WWHSHL since its second year. The Flames high school hockey team strives to give the girls a great on-ice experience while also helping them balance athletics and academics.
WWHSHL Honours 2000-01 WWHSHL Champions 2001-02 WWHSHL Champions 2003-03 WWHSHL Champions 2004-05 WWHSHL Champions 2005-06 WWHSHL Champions 2006-07 WWHSHL Champions 2007-08 WWHSHL Champions 2009-10 League Finalists 2010-11 League Finalists 2014-15 League Finalists 2017-18 WWHSHL Champions
CTV Division: Congratulations to St. Mary’s Flames’ Aimee Patrick, a power forward who had hot hands in the playoff series battle against the Dakota Lancers. In game one, Aimee had 3 assists in their 4-2 win, and turning it up a notch in game two, she scored 2 goals and 2 assists in their 5-4 OT loss.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Fort Richmond Centurions’ Alyssa Kaminsky, a star goalie who lived up to her billing and potential during the first week of playoffs, slamming the door on the Kelvin Clippers. Game 1 saw Alyssa stop 22 out of 23 shots the 2-1 win, and a flawless performance in game two, stopping all 35 shots in a shut-out 4-0 victory.
CTV Division: Congratulations to St. Mary’s Flames’ Erin Liebzeit on her hat-trick and incredible performance vs Westwood Warriors on Monday night. Erin led her team to a 6-2 win by opening the scoring in the first period, then breaking the game open with another two of her team’s four goals in the second, sealing the win for the Flames.
WFP Division: Congratulations to PCI Saints’ Maddie Shwaluk for her five-point game versus the Beliveau Barracudas. Maddie was fire on ice with a hat-trick and two assists in her team’s 8-0 win. She opened the game with an assist and then exploded in the second period with two goals and an assist.
CTV Division: Congratulations to St Mary’s Flames’ power forward Alana Lesperance who was on fire in the League opener as she potted 1 goal in their 3-2 victory over the Dakota Lancers. Alana followed that up the next day, scoring 2 goals in their 3-1 win over the visiting Westwood Warriors.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Fort Richmond Centurions’ outstanding forward Hannah Pales who scored a goal in regulation time and then potted the winner in over time in their 3-2 win over the Miles Mac Buckeyes. Later in the week, Hannah also lead her team to a 4-1 win over the PCI Saints by scoring all 4 goals.
CTV Division: Congratulations to St. Mary’s Flames’ Jenny Kim who helped lead her team to two victories last week. Jenny scored 1 goal in a hard fought 4-2 victory over the Westwood Warriors, and the following day, potted another goal and a helper in a 2-0 victory over the FRC Centurions.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Beliveau Barracudas’ Jenna Fisette who had a hot hand in her team’s 6-3 victory over the SJR Eagles. Jenna came out strong and worked hard to score 2 goals and 1 assist.
CTV Division: Congratulations to SMA Flames’ Alexa McFadden who was on fire this semi-final series, guiding her team to 2 straight wins over the powerful CJS Olympiens. In the first game, a 3-2 thriller, Alexa was a dominant force on the ice, fore-checking and back-checking with skill; and in game two, another 6-5 thriller, she popped in 2 goals, one on the power play. The SMA Flames advance to the Championship Finals, where they will take on the Dakota Lancers, last season’s League Champions! Gear up – and cheer your favourite team to Victory. For the full schedule.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Miles Mac Buckeyes’ Riley Lapka who was a spark plug on the ice, electrifying her team in this semi-final series against the SJR Eagles. Riley pocketed 1 goal and an assist in a game #1 nail biter (2-1); and then secured the Buckeyes’ victory in game 2, scoring the winning goal in an even more thrilling 2-1 victory. The Buckeyes’ advance to the Finals, where they will take on the CLC Scorpions! Gear up – and cheer your favourite team to Victory. For the full schedule.
CTV Division: Congratulations to SMA Flames’ goaltender Danielle Bonot-Schmidt. Danielle had one of her strongest performances this season, back stopping her team to one of two wins this week. She battled through traffic, controlled her rebounds well and stopped 24 of 26 shots, many with high degrees of difficulty.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Shaftesbury Titans’ goaltender Sara Cusack, who back stopped her team to a 2-0 record this week. In game one, Sara made 23 saves early in the 5-2 win, and then she stood on her head in a hard fought 3-2 win stopping 42 of 44 shots.
CTV Division: Congratulations to SMA Flames’ Ashley McFadden who led her team to two wins this week with 2 goals including the game winner. Later in the week, she added another goal and an assist for a stellar effort and a 4 point week.
WFP Division: Congratulations to Miles Mac Buckeyes’ Chase Kavanagh who had one assist early in the week in a win for her Buckeyes. Two days later, she scored the game tying goal late in the third period. Her hustle and ability to move the puck in both ends of the ice was superb.
CTV Division A: Congratulations to the St. Mary’s Flames’ Holly Reuther who was on fire as she scored 1 goal in a 3-0 victory over the SJR Eagles . Two days later, Hollynotched 3 goals and one assist in defeating the River East Kodiaks 6-3.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B: Congratulations to the PCI Saints’ Sarah Thomson for her outstanding effort this week. Sarah scored one goal and dominated the ice helping to secure a thrilling 2-1 victory over the CLC Scorpions.
CTV Division A Congratulations to SMA Flames #16 Olivia Hewett who played a solid game scoring a goal and assisting one more in a very tight game against the VMCTrojans this week.
Winnipeg Free Press Division B Congratulations to the CLC Scorpions’ rookie goaltender Hannah Dornian whostopped several quality shots on net to help her team maintain a 0-0 tieagainst the Miles Mac Buckeyes.
On Thursday, December 6, St. Mary’s hosted their annual charity hockey game. The girls from Red Lake came out to the Iceplex to participate in this fundraiser. All the proceeds from the game went toward the “Look Good, Feel Better” charity supporting women who have been touched by cancer. There were silent auction prizes, 50/50 draws and great crowd involvement! Overall, the event raised nearly $500.00 for charity. Many thanks to all who showed up and supported this cause!