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Red Deer Wins Third ACAC Championship

For the third time in conference history, and the first time since 2001-02 when the team went undefeated in the regular season, the Red Deer Queens are ACAC champiions. The Queens ended the Ooks three season reign as ACAC champions in four games.

On Thursday, March 3rd at the Red Deer Arena in Red Deer, the Ooks held on for a 2-1 victory over the Queens as Tehnille Gard stopped 36 of 37 shots.

 

 

On Saturday, March 5th at the NAIT Arena in Edmonton, Emily Switer lit the lamp twice for the Queens as they downed the Ooks 5-1.

On Thursday, March 10th at the Red Deer Arena in Red Deer, Jessica Anderson netted the winner with 16:14 gone in the third as the Queens shaded the Ooks 2-1.

 

 

On Friday, March 11th at the NAIT Arena in Edmonton, Emily Swier's second goal of the game with 6:38 elapsed in the second overtime vaulted the Queens to a 4-3 win over the Ooks.

The teams met seven times previously in the playoffs. The Ooks won one quarter final, two of four semi finals and two championship finals including last season's finale which went four games.

 

The teams split the season series with the Queens winning twice in regulartion and once in overtime and the Ooks winning twice in regulation and once in a shootout.

  THURSDAY, MARCH 3
at Red Deer
SATURDAY, MARCH 5
at Edmonton
Watch
  THURSDAY, MARCH 10
at Red Deer
 
  SATURDAY, MARCH 12
at Red Deer
 
NAIT Ooks
2
1 2 3
1 0 1
G: Hanson, Iglesias
Red Deer Kings
5
1 2 3
1 2 2
G: Swier (2), Graf, Holden, Kitchen
NAIT Ooks
1
1 2 3
0 1 0
G: Roth
Red Deer Kings
4
1 2 3 0T
2 0 1 1
G: Swier (2), Petrie, Graf
A: Gauchier, Lucova, Rammel A: Connor (2), McMurtry, Anderson, Petrie, Brown A: Rammel, Iglesias A: Leonard, McMurtry, Connor, Anderson, Petrie, Nicholson
Goal:

Gard (36 saves, 1 goal against, 60:00)

 

Goal:

West (24 saves, 1 goals against, 60:00)

 

Goal:

Gard (43 saves, 2 goals against, 58:12)

 

Goal:

West (38 saves, 3 goals against, 75:10)

 

Red Deer Kings
1
1 2 3
0 0 1
G: Graf
NAIT Ooks
1
1 2 3
0 0 1
G: Goebel
Red Deer Kings
2
1 2 3
1 0 1
G: Kitchen, Anderson
NAIT Ooks
3
1 2 3 0T
0 3 0 0
G: Boey, Gauchier, Roth
A: Petrie, Swier A: Iglesias, Tibbatts A: Nordell, Murrell A: Rammel, Boey, Kitt, Tibbatts
Goal: West (19 saves, 2 goals against, 58:35) Goal: Gard (17 saves, 5 goals against, 60:00) Goal: West (25 saves, 1 goal against, 60:00) Goal: Gard (43 saves, 4 goals against, 76:38)
 
2015-16 ACAC Women's Playoff Season Scoreboard

BEST OF THREE SEMI FINALS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Red Deer 6, SAIT 0

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Red Deer 1, SAIT 0 (20T)

(Red Deer wins series 2-0)

 

 

BEST OFTHREE SEMI FINALS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
NAIT 6, MacEwan 2

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27
NAIT 3, MacEwan 1

(NAIT wins series 2-0)

BEST OF FIVE FINALS

THURSDAY, MARCH 3
NAIT 2, Red Deer 1

SATURDAY, MARCH 5
Red Deer 5, NAIT 1

THURSDAY, MARCH 10
Red Deer 2, NAIT 1

FRIDAY, MARCH 11
Red Deer 4, NAIT 3 (2OT)

(Red Deer wins series 3-1)

 

2015-16 ACAC Award Recipients

FIRST TEAM ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

GOALTENDER
Sandy Heim, MacEwan

DEFENSE
Casey Nicholson, Red Deer
Dominique Scheurer, MacEwan

FORWARD
Michelle Pochapsky, MacEwan
Emily Swier, Red Deer
Jenna Suokko, Olds

 

 

SECOND TEAM ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

GOALTENDER
Laticia Castillo, SAIT

DEFENSE
Alyssa Imler, NAIT
Cora Sutton, SAIT

FORWARD
Breanna Frasca, NAIT
Ashley Graf, Red Deer
Shyla Jans, MacEwan

COACH OF THE YEAR

Kelly Coulter, Red Deer

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Michelle Pochapsky, MacEwan

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Jenna Suokko, Olds

TOP SCHOLASTIC PLAYER

Cora Sutton, SAIT

PLAYOFF MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

Emily Swier, Red Deer

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