2011–12 Carleton Lady Ravens ice hockey season

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2011–12 Carleton Ravens women's ice hockey season
Conference 4 QSSF
Home ice Carleton Ice Arena
Rankings
CIS Not ranked
Record
Overall 6-6-3
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Shelley Coolidge
Assistant Coaches Mandi Duhamel
Miguel Filiatrault
Valerie Charbonneau
Captain(s) Sydnie MacDonald
Sadie Wegner

The Carleton Lady Ravens women's ice hockey program represents Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Preseason[edit]

Date Opponent Location Score
Sept. 17 York York University 1-0 Loss
Sept. 18 Ryerson York University 3-0 Win

Carleton Ravens invitational tournament[edit]

Date Teams Rink Score
Sept. 22 Queen’s vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink A Queen’s 4 – Ottawa 3 SO
Sept. 22 Calgary vs. Toronto Carleton Rink B Calgary 3 – Toronto 1
Sept. 22 Carleton vs. UBC Carleton Rink A Carleton 7 – UBC 1
Sept. 23 Toronto vs. Carleton Carleton Rink A Toronto 4 – Carleton 3
Sept. 23 Ottawa vs. UBC Carleton Rink B Ottawa 2 – UBC 0
Sept. 23 Queen’s vs. Calgary Carleton Rink A Calgary 6 – Queen’s 1
Sept. 24 UBC vs. Queen’s Carleton Rink A Queen’s 2 – UBC 0
Sept. 24 Toronto vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink B Ottawa 3 – Toronto 2 SO
Sept. 24 Calgary vs. Carleton Carleton Rink A Calgary 5 – Carleton 0
Sept. 25 Calgary vs. Ottawa Carleton Rink A Calgary 4 – Ottawa 2
Sept. 25 Toronto vs. UBC Carleton Rink B UBC 3 – Toronto 0
Sept. 25 Carleton vs. Queen’s Carleton Rink A Queen’s 5 – Carleton 2

Regular season[edit]

  • In her first two games back from injury, forward Claudia Bergeron helped the Lady Ravens remain undefeated in regulation. On October 22, Bergeron assisted on the Lady Ravens third goal of the game in a 4-3 shootout loss to the cross-town Ottawa Gee-Gees. In the October 23 4-2 victory over Concordia, she notched two goals (including one on the first shot of the game) before the midway point of the first period.[1]
  • October 30: Despite outshooting the Martlets 49-21, the Ravens were bested by a 3-0 tally. The game was scoreless through two periods, although Ravens skater Claudia Bergeron beat Martlets goaltender Charline Labonte with a shot in the second period. The shot hit the crossbar, but the Martlets registered a trio of goals (including an empty net goal) to win the match.[2] Ann-Sophie Bettez scored the game-winning goal and was recognized as the player of the game for the Martlets, while Ravens goaltender Tamber Tisdale was player of the game for the Ravens.
  • From November 25 to November 26, 2011, Tamber Tisdale did not allow any even strength goals. In a contest versus the Montreal Carabins, Tisdale made 40 saves in a 6-5 victory. The following day, she stopped 34 shots as she earned her first shutout of the season, in a 3-0 blanking of the Concordia Stingers. After the win, she was the QSSF leader with a save percentage of .930.[3]
  • On January 22, 2012, Tisdale helped the Ravens to their first ever victory over the McGill Martlets. The number one ranked Martlets were stunned by a 4-3 mark in a shootout. She made 32 of 35 saves in regulation time while stopping five of six Martlets in the shootout.[4]
  • February 4: In a tribute to the late Daron Richardson, daughter of Ottawa Senators assistant coach, Luke Richardson, the Ravens were on the winning end of a 5-4 shootout win against the Concordia Stingers. The club held a charity drive for the Daron Richardson Fund (known as Do It For Daron), a program focused on raising awareness about youth mental health. Bruce MacDonald, Daron’s former coach and the father of Ravens player Kristen MacDonald participated in the ceremonial face off.[5]

The win helped the Ravens clinch a playoff berth as they posted a 6-6-3 record. The lead changed multiple times during the match. Mallory Lawton and Danielle Scarlett contributed to an early 2-0 Stingers lead. Kristen MacDonald and Melanie McKnight tied the game until Catherine Rancourt gave Concordia the lead.

Claudia Bergeron tied the game, but Concordia would break the tie in the third period. Meghan George would notch her first tally of the season. Team captain Sara Seiler netted a goal on own rebound forcing overtime. Tamber Tisdale made 42 saves in the game, as the Ravens claimed victory in the shootout.[6]

  • February 5: Kelsey Vander Veen notched a hat trick (all goals were scored in the second period) as the Ravens fought back from a three goal deficit versus the Montreal Carabins. The Ravens would go on to win the match by a 6-5 mark in a shootout. Vander Veen scored her first goal 30 seconds after Carleton found themselves down by a 4-1 mark. With less than a minute to go in the second period, she completed the natural hat trick.[7]

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Time Score
Oct. 15 Montreal Carabins Carleton University 2 p.m. 2-3 (OT)
Oct. 16 Concordia Stingers Concordia University 3 p.m. 3-2
Oct. 22 Ottawa Gee-Gees Carleton University 7 p.m. 3-4
Oct. 23 Concordia Stingers Carleton University 2 p.m. 4-2
Oct. 29 Ottawa Gee-Gees University of Ottawa 7 p.m. 3-6
Oct. 30 McGill Martlets Carleton University 2 p.m. 0-3
Nov. 12 McGill Martlets McGill University 8 p.m.
Nov. 19 Ottawa Gee-Gees Carleton University 7 p.m.
Nov. 25 Montreal Carabins Universite de Montreal 7 p.m.
Nov. 26 Concordia Stingers Carleton University 7 p.m.
Jan. 14 Ottawa Gee-Gees Ottawa 2 p.m.
Jan. 22 McGill Martlets McGill University 2 p.m.
Jan. 28 McGill Martlets Carleton University 2 p.m.
Jan. 29 Montreal Carabins UdeM 2 p.m.
Feb. 4 Concordia Stingers Carleton University 7 p.m. 5-4 (SO)
Feb. 5 Montreal Carabins Universite de Montreal 2 p.m. 6-5
Feb. 11 McGill Martlets Carleton University 7 p.m.
Feb. 12 Concordia Stingers Concordia University 3 p.m.
Feb. 18 Ottawa Gee-Gees University of Ottawa 2 p.m.
Feb. 19 Montreal Carabins Carleton University 2 p.m.

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Current roster[edit]

Date Opponent Location Time Score
1 Tamber Tisdale Goaltender 5-9 Notre Dame College
31 Victoria Powers Goaltender 5-5 Durham Lightning
98 Eri Kiribuchi Goaltender 5-3 Bemidji State
3 Kaila Lassaline - A Forward 5-3 Bluewater Jr. Hawks
4 Jasmine Levesque Defense 5-3 Balmoral Hall
5 Chantal Rivest Forward 5-8 Team Yukon
7 Claudia Bergeron - A Forward 5-2 Cegep Limoilou
8 Victoria Gouge Forward 5-11 Oakville Jr. Ice
9 Erin Beaver Defense 5-11 Oakville Jr. Ice
12 Ainslee Kent Forward 5-5 Peterborough Jr. Ice Cats
13 Jessica O’Grady Forward 5-6
14 Kristen MacDonald Forward 5-2 Nepean Jr. Raiders
15 Stephanie Plourde Defense 5-6
16 Alexandra Yallouz Forward 5-4 Nepean Jr. Raiders
17 Sara Seiler - C Forward 5-7 German National Team
18 Sydnie MacDonald Forward 5-3 Nepean Wildcats
19 Kelsey Vander Veen Defense 5-11 Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers
20 Alexandra Monuk Defense 5-3 Plattsburg State
21 Blaire MacDonald - A Defense 5-7 Brampton Jr. Thunder
22 Brittany Simpson Forward 5-5 Ontario Hockey Academy
44 Sadie Wegner Forward 5-6 Ottawa Lady Senators
91 Melanie McKnight Defense 5-7 Aurora Jr. Panthers

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Claudia Bergeron, Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week of October 24, 2011)[9]
  • Tamber Tisdale, Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week ending November 27, 2011)[10]
  • Tamber Tisdale, Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week ending January 22, 2012)[11]
  • Kelsey Vander Veen, Carleton University Female Athlete of the Week (Week ending February 5, 2012)[12]

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