Players of the Week ending December 18, 2015

CTV Division:
Congratulations VMC Trojans’ Leah Hibbert, a power forward who helped her team to a 4-1 win over the CLC Scorpions by showing great leadership and class throughout the game. Leah made a marvelous play to set up the game’s first goal followed by scoring the short-handed, game winning goal midway through the 2nd period.

WFP Division:
Congratulations CSHC Huskies’ Annaliese Meier, who had a monster week, scoring 5 goals and 2 helpers in her team’s victory over the SJR Eagles and finished off the week scoring 3 goals and adding 4 assists in their victory over the West Kildonan Wolverines.


Players of the Week ending November 21, 2014

CTV Division:
team-vincentmasseyCongratulations to VMC Trojans’ Korianna Soroka who personified fire on ice this week helping her team defeat the CSHC Huskies 7-2. Korianna scored two goals, and her never ending power skating created several turnovers and many other scoring opportunities.

WFP Division:
team-pci_saintsCongratulations to PCI Saints Kylee Nelson, who was on top of her game as she scored 2 goals and added an assist in helping her team beat the Shaftesbury Titans 6-3. Kylee was also instrumental in her teams 3-1 victory over the Miles Mac Buckeyes with her ferocious back and fore checking.


Players of the Week ending January 10, 2013

CTV Division A:
Congratulations to VMC Trojans’ Ally Kropp, who despite the teams 1-2 lossto the Dakota Lancers, stopped 29 of 30 shots and one shoot-out attempt tokeep VMC in the game all the way to the end.

Winnipeg Free Press Division B:
Congratulations to Beliveau Barracudas’ Vanessa Ronald, who stopped 17 of 18 shots to lead her team to a 3 -1 victory over the Shaftesbury Titans.


Players of the Week ending November 16, 2012

CTV Division A
Congratulations to VMC Trojan’s Shyan Elias (#10) who played with a lot of heart scoring 1 goal and an assist in her team’s 3-5 loss to the West Kildonan Wolverines. Shyan also scored 2 goals and an assist in her team’s later 6-3 win over the Sanford Sabres for a total of 7 points to date this season.

Winnipeg Free Press Division B
Congratulations to St. Norbert Celtics’ Sydney Parker (#9) who racked up the goals this week, scoring 2 goals and an assist in her team’s 4-1 win over the Beliveau Barracudas and 2 more goals and an assist in her team’s 5-2 win over the CJS Olympiens, for a total of 13 points to date this season.

Players of the Week 2012-13 Archive


Players of the Week ending January 27, 2012

CTV Division A
Congratulations to Vincent Massey’s # 10 Shyan Elias who was on fire as she battled hard, scoring her team’s lone goal in a thrilling loss to 2:1 loss to CJS. The next day, Shyan was instrumental in her team’s 3 to 3 tie against Oak Park, scoring 1 goal and assisting on 2 others.

Winnipeg Free Press Division B
Congratulations to the Lorette Scorpions’ # 8 Kendall Smith, whose contributions both offensively and defensively led to a 1 – 0 victory against the SJR Eagles, despite playing with only 8 skaters.


Players of the Week ending November 4, 2011

CTV Division A
Congratulations to Brinn Gilrie of the Vincent Massey Trojans who backboned her team to a thrilling 1-0 win over the Lord Selkirk Royals. She was brilliant in the third period stopping all 13 shots and made some key saves as the period ended.

Winnipeg Free Press Division B
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Bodnarchuk of the SJR Eagles as they battled the Sturgeon Heights Huskies to a 1-1 tie. Kaitlyn scored the Eagles only goal, fore-checked relentlessly and moved the puck with authority.


Players of the Week ending October 29, 2010

CTV Division:
Courtney Zajac #16, Vincent Massey Trojans, was instrumental in helping her team beat the PCI Saints by a score of 5-0. She worked hard continuously throughout the game and never stopped skating until the final whistle.

Winnipeg Free Press Division:
FRC was losing 4-2 mid way through the second period until Jessica Kaminsky #8 took over, scoring 4 goals and assisting on 3 others to lead Fort Richmond Collegiate to a 11-4 win over the John Taylor Pipers.