2014 Esso Cup

2014 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

Whether between the posts, on the blue line or up front, shining stars are appearing all over the ice at the Gateway Ice Centre in Stoney Cr...
For Kennedy Lanktree, Deidre Debassige and Victoria Pitawanakwat, there’s no such thing as too far to drive when it comes to hockey. For the...
In her last year as a Sabre, the former captain led her team to provincial bronze. Now at the University of Wisconsin, McKibbon says she wou...
The Esso Cup coming to Stoney Creek means more than just a chance for the hometown Sabres to play for a national title; it’s also given loca...
Courtney Vorster, Sarah Nelles and Raine Smith are the first 2000-born players to compete at the Esso Cup. With talent like theirs, age is j...
Jessica Wong’s hockey journey took her from Nova Scotia to Alberta before she landed in Stoney Creek. In two seasons with the Sabres she col...
Elaine Chuli backstopped both the Midget and juniors Sabres during her time in Stoney Creek. The goalie says playing for a perennial power p...
Sarah Nurse recorded more than 200 points in her three seasons with the Sabres. Even more important, she grew into the type of leader she ad...
With goals from Tessa Wilson and Bailee Bourassa and a 29-save performance from Jane Kish, the Weyburn Gold Wings defeated the Edmonton Thun...
Brianne Jenner scored the goal that kick-started the comeback to Olympic gold in Sochi, Russia. Six years earlier in Stoney Creek, Ont., she...
With goals from Tessa Wilson and Bailee Bourassa and a 29-save performance from Jane Kish, the Weyburn Gold Wings defeated the Edmonton Thunder Saturday afternoon to win the 2014 Esso Cup.
Goals from Sydney Walker, Karli Shell and Victoria Pitawanakwat and a 23-save performance by Stephanie Pascal led the Sudbury Lady Wolves past the Stoney Creek Sabres in the bronze medal game.
Jessica Healey scored the shootout winner, as well as her team’s only goal in regulation, and Tracie Kikuchi stopped 31 shots as the Edmonton Thunder defeated the Stoney Creek Sabres and advanced to the gold medal game.
Bailee Bourassa, Cassidy Pirlot and Paige Smith scored and Jane Kish made 25 saves in picking up her first shutout of the tournament, as the Gold Wings advanced to the gold medal game with a win over the Lady Wolves on Friday.
Alexandra Poznikoff’s goal 4:21 into overtime, her second of the game, gave the Edmonton Thunder the win over the Stoney Creek Sabres in the final preliminary round game of the 2014 Esso Cup.
Madison Colbow, Whitney Thorp and Bailee Bourassa provided the goals, Jane Kish supplied the saves and the Weyburn Gold Wings defeated the Moncton Rockets for its fourth win of the Esso Cup.
Kennedy Lanktree, Victoria Pitawanakwat and Karli Shell scored two goals each and Danika Lefrancois stopped 24 shots in picking up her second win as the Lady Wolves defeated the Phantom in Thursday’s first game.
First period goals from Kayla Vespa, Megan Korzack and Alexa Vasko, and a 25-save performance by Serena D’Angelo, clinched a Sabres win over Weyburn Wednesday night, as well as first place at the Esso Cup.
Melisa Kingsley, Karli Shell and Jenna Gough provided the scoring, the defence allowed only 18 shots on net and the Sudbury Lady Wolves improved to 3-1 after its win over the Edmonton Thunder Wednesday afternoon.
Kirsten Martin had two goals and an assist, six other players had multiple points and Valencia Yordanov made 18 saves as Fraser Valley defeated Moncton Wednesday afternoon to pick up its first win of the Esso Cup.
Alexa Vasko’s shorthanded goal as time expired on the second period proved to be the difference as the Stoney Creek Sabres defeated the Sudbury Wolves Tuesday night to improve to 3-0.
Caitlin Dempsey scored twice, Tessa Wilson and Kassidy Sjostrand each pitched in with two assists, and Jane Kish made 38 saves as the Weyburn Gold Wings moved to 3-0 and atop the leaderboard at the Esso Cup.
Faith Steeves scored a goal in each period and Brooke Murphy chipped in with two goals of her own as the Moncton Rockets found its way into the win column Tuesday afternoon at the Esso Cup.
Amanda Butterfield, Natasha Costello and Victoria Klimek each scored and goalie Serena D’Angelo stopped all 18 shots she saw as the Stoney Creek Sabres made it two in a row with a shutout win over the Phantom.
Karli Shell scored twice in the first and added an assist in the third, while Kennedy Lanktree, Taylor McGaughey and Victoria Pitawanakwat also scored, en route to Sudbury’s 5-1 win over Moncton on Monday at the 2014 Esso Cup.
Cassidy Pirlot had a goal and two assists, Jenica Whitrow and Bailee Bourassa added two points apiece and Jane Kish turned aside 18 shots as the Gold Wings improved to 2-0 at the 2014 Esso Cup.
Stephanie Ayres and Claire Merrick each scored twice and four other players found the back of the net as the host Stoney Creek Sabres dominated the Atlantic Region champion Moncton Rockets in the opening day finale.
Jessica Healey scored the game’s only goal with less than five minutes to play in the third and Tracie Kikuchi made 33 saves as the Edmonton Thunder defeated the Fraser Valley Phantom in the Esso Cup’s Battle of the Pacific.
Jenica Whitrow scored with less than two minutes to play in the third and goaltender Jane Kish turned aside 26 of 27 shots as the Weyburn Gold Wings opened the 2014 Esso Cup with a win over the Sudbury Lady Wolves.
2014 Esso Cup: EDM 1 - WEY 2
Jane Kish made 29 saves to backstop the Gold Wings to the 2014 Esso Cup.
2014 Esso Cup: SUD 3 - STC 2
Sudbury Lady Wolves defeated Stoney Creek Sabres to win bronze.
2014 Esso Cup: SUD 0 - WEY 3
Gold Wings shut out Lady Wolves and advance to gold medal game.
2014 Esso Cup: EDM 2 - STC 1 (SO)
Jessica Healey’s shootout winner sends Thunder to gold medal game.