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Women’s Hockey Wednesday 2-25-2015

Summarized by David F. Pendrys (Info from various sites, cited.)

Just a quick summary with links for more info of the happenings in women’s hockey for teams I follow from the CWHL, College, SPHL, EWHL, and Japan.


The CWHL released a full overview of last weekend’s action in which Boston, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto qualified for the Clarkson Cup playoffs.

Boston defeated Brampton 6-2 Feb. 21st. [Full Boston Blades Report] and again 4-0 on Feb. 22nd. [Boston Blades Report]

Montreal defeated Toronto 6-1 on the 21st and then 5-1 on the 22nd. [Full Montreal Report] She Shoots and Scores blog also recapped both the 21st and 22nd.

The game from the 21st has been provided online by the CWHL.

Shannon Szabados made 25 saves in the Columbus Cottonmouths 4-1 win on February 20th.  [Source: Cottonmouths Website]


College Locals


Yale travels to Harvard in the ECAC Quarterfinals this weekend [Source: Yale] after upsetting Quinnipiac 3-0, and defeating Princeton 2-1. [Source: DFPSports  & Yale respectively.] Yale reports that goaltender Jamie Leonoff and forward Krista Yip-Chuck both won ECAC awards. Not surprising after their performance this weekend especially versus Quinnipiac.

Despite Quinnipiac’s loss on Friday, they defeated Brown 1-0 on a Taylar Cianfarano goal and host Princeton in the ECAC Quarterfinals starting Friday night. [Source: Quinnipiac]

Sacred Heart will be attempting to make it into the ECAC open tournament Wednesday night. [Source: Sacred Heart]

Trinity hosts Williams in the NESCAC Quarterfinals this weekend after winning both their games this past week. [Source: Trinity]



The Vienna Sabres won 12-0 over the Neuberg Highlanders. Anna Meixner & Kaitlin Spurling had 3 goals apiece. Charlotte Wittich and Pia Pren each had 2. Katharina Heuberger and Anna Hanser had 1 as well. Victoria Vigilanti shut out the Highlanders and had an assist. [Source: EHV Sabres website (google translated) & Vienna Sabres Facebook Page for name confirmation]



The Seibu Princess Rabbits (whose were the counterpart to the Seibu Prince Rabbits) recently played multiple games and they have posted photos on their website. Results are currently unknown.

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