Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey

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The Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey team represents Collège Édouard-Montpetit. Their home games are contested at the Aréna Émile Butch Bouchard in Longueuil, a south part of Greater Montreal, Canada. In addition, the team is a member of the Hockey collégial féminin RSEQ.

Lynx logo
The Lynx gathering around the bench discussing strategy

Team history[edit]

On April 2004, the Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA announced that two new women's hockey teams would debut for the 2005-2006 season. The Lynx were founded in the autumn of 2004. In 2009, the Lynx gained their first prominent attention when they eliminated the Dawson Blues in a 2009 playoff as they claimed their first championship.[1] A second consecutive championship confirmed their superiority in Quebec women's collegiate ice hockey.[2]

Season by season results[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

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Year GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
2005–06 27 15 10 0 2 101 75 32
2006–07 27 12 14 0 1 70 103 25
2007–08 27 12 13 0 2 92 89 26
2008–09 24 19 5 0 0 105 61 38
2009–10 21 19 1 0 1 136 27 39
2010–11 21 19 1 0 1 139 42 39
2011–12

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Season standings[edit]

= Indicates First Place finish
= Indicates Playoff championship
Year Reg. Season Playoffs
2005-06 5th [4] Did not qualify
2006-07 7th [5] Did not qualify
2007-08 6th [6] Did not qualify
2008-09 2nd [7] Champions
2009-10 1st Overall [8] Champions [9]
2010-11 1st Overall [10] lost the final game [11]
2011-12

Playoffs results[edit]

Following the regular season, a playoff was held to determine the Collegial women's champion in Quebec.

Playoff 2011-12[edit]

First round
Semi-finals and Championship Final game 2011-12

Playoff 2010-11[edit]

First round

The Lynx finished in first place in Group A.

GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
6 5 0 1 36 14 15

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Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

Semi-finals and Championship Final game 2010-11
Playoff Date Time Teams Attendance
Semi-final April 2 3:30 pm Lynx Édouard-Montpetit 4 - 0 Dawson Blues 450 supporters
Semi-Final April 2 5:30pm Patriotes St-Laurent 2 - 1 (wins in shootout) Titans Limoilou 400 supporters
Final Bronze Medal Bronze medal icon.svg April 3 12:30 noon Titans Limoilou 2-0 Dawson Blues 280 supporters
Final Gold Medal Gold medal icon.svg April 3 3:00 pm Patriotes St-Laurent 5 - 2 Lynx Édouard-Montpetit [13] 420 supporters

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Playoff 2009-10[edit]

First round

The Lynx finished in first place in their respective group.

GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
7 7 0 0 44 9 21

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Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

Semi-finals and Championship Final game 2009-10
Playoff Date Teams
Semi-Final April 3 Cheminots Saint-Jérôme 2 - 4 Lynx Édouard-Montpetit
Semi-final April 3 Titans Limoilou 3 - 4 Dragons Laflèche
Final Bronze Medal Bronze medal icon.svg April 4 Cheminots Saint-Jérôme 2 - 1 Titans Limoilou
Final Gold Medal Gold medal icon.svg April 4 Dragons Laflèche 5 - 6 Lynx Édouard-Montpetit

winner: Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit [16][17]

Playoffs 2008-09[edit]

Semi-finals and Championship Final game
Playoff Date Teams
Semi-Final April 11 Dawson Blues 6-2 Titans Limoilou
Semi-final April 11 Lynx Édouard-Montpetit 7- 1 Dragons Laflèche
Final Gold Medal Gold medal icon.svg April 12 Lynx Édouard-Montpetit 3 - 2 (wins in shootout) Dawson Blues

winner:Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit [18]

Current roster 2011-12[edit]

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Goaltenders
Number Country Player Year with Lynx Hometown
1 Canada Meng Maltais-Séguin 2nd Gatineau, Quebec
29 Canada Frédérique Desmarais 2nd Saint-Hubert, Quebec
55 Canada Amélie Roy 2nd Varennes, Quebec
Defensemen
Number Country Player Year with Lynx Hometown
9 Canada Emmanuella Leboeuf 1st Sainte-Catherine, Quebec
14 Canada Kristel Morin 1st Gatineau, Quebec
16 Canada Cynthia Whissell 2nd Dorval, Quebec
21 Canada Émilie Provencher 2nd Boucherville, Qc.
24 Canada Valérie St-Onge 1st Brossard, Quebec
25 Canada Roxanne Rioux 1st Rimouski, Quebec
77 Canada Claudianne Delorme 1st Lasalle, Quebec
Forwards
Number Country Player Year with Lynx Hometown
3 Canada Geneviève Legault 1st Ste-Julie, Quebec
4 Canada Gabrielle Savoie 2nd Mirabel, Quebec
5 Canada Kassie Beaudry 3rd Rougemont, Quebec
10 Canada Sylvie-Anne Bégin 2nd Léry, Quebec
15 Canada Rika Pilon-Robert 2nd Île Bizard, Quebec
17 Canada Dominique Gagnon-Goyette 1st Quebec city, Quebec
22 Canada Camille Pauck-Therrien 1st Boucherville, Quebec
30 Canada Élizabeth Audette-Bourdeau 1st Chambly, Quebec
37 Canada Mélodie Bouchard 1st Sept-Îles, Quebec
74 Canada Alexandra Champagne 1st Saint-Eustache, Quebec
84 Canada Émilie Tessier 1st Marieville, Quebec

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Coaching staff[edit]

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  • General Manager: Patrick Larivière
  • Head Coach: Patrick Larivière [22]
  • Assistant Coach: Éric Miculescu
  • Assistant Coach: Marie-Laurence Cyr
  • Assistant Coach: Caroline Ouellette
  • Physioherapist: Marie-Josée Lefebvre & Marie-Claude Lapointe

Team awards and honors[edit]

  • 2009-10 Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA Championship
  • 2010 won the Challenge féminin Panthères AAA U-17 ans [23]
  • 2009 McGill Tournament invitation champions
  • 2009 won the Tournoi universitaire de Moncton
  • 2008-09 Ligue de hockey féminin collégial AA Championship
  • 2008-09 Champion of Tournoi Cergy (in France)

Individual awards and honors[edit]

2010-11 season
  • Player of the Year Award: Mélodie Daoust
  • 5 Lynx were named to the All-Star teams of the league:[24] Mélodie Daoust (forward), Ariane Barker (forward), Maude Gélinas (forward), Valérie Watson (defensemen), Cynthia Whissell (defensemen).
Season 2009-10
  • Rookie of the Year Award: Mélodie Daoust
  • 5 Lynx were named to the All-Star team of the League:[25] Mélodie Daoust (forward), Katia Heydra-Clément (forward), Sophie Brault (defensemen), Janique Duval (defensemen), Roxanne Douville (goaltender),
Season 2008-09
  • Fair-play Award: Katia Clément-Heydra
  • 3 lynx on the star team of the League:[26] Katia Clément-Heydra (forward), Casandra Dupuis (forward), Roxanne Douville (goaltender),

Awards and individual honors are not available for the other seasons.

Players in CIS or NCAA[edit]

Player School
Roxanne Douville (2007-2010) Vermont Catamounts women's ice hockey [27] and Canada's national women's under-22 team.[28]
Katia Clément-Heydra (2007-2010) McGill Martlets women's ice hockey [29][30]
Janique Duval (2007-2010) Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey [31]
Ariane Barker, (2009-2011) Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey
Maude Gélinas, (2009-2011) Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey
Mélodie Daoust, (2009-2011) McGill Martlets women's ice hockey [32] and Canada's National women's team Under-18 team.[33][34]

International[edit]

Player Position Event Result
Roxanne Douville Goaltender 2009 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Silver
Melodie Daoust Forward 2009 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Silver
Melodie Daoust Forward 2010 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship Gold

References[edit]

  1. ^ (French) Hockey féminin: Roxanne Douville arrête Dawson, http://exruefrontenac.com/sports/hockey/3665-hockey-feminin
  2. ^ (French) Hockey féminin: Un deuxième championnat de suite pour les Lynx, http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&news_id=1217&newsItemID=1217
  3. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/index.php
  4. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0506/resultats.php
  5. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0607/resultats.php
  6. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0708/resultats.php
  7. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0809/resultats.php
  8. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0910/resultats.php
  9. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0910/stats.php
  10. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/index.php
  11. ^ (French) Les Lynx sont passées tout près du but, http://lecourrierdusud.canoe.ca/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=185882&id=224&classif=Nouvelles
  12. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/series.php
  13. ^ (French) Les Lynx sont passées tout près du but, http://lecourrierdusud.canoe.ca/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=185882&id=224&classif=Nouvelles
  14. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/series.php
  15. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0910/series.php
  16. ^ http://www.sportetudiant-stats.com/collegial/hockey-f-AA/stats/0910/series.php
  17. ^ (French) Un deuxième Championnat de suite pour les Lynx,http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&news_id=1217&newsItemID=1217 ,April 6, 2010
  18. ^ http://ruefrontenac.com/sports/hockey/3665-hockey-feminin
  19. ^ http://www.lehockey.ca/Equipe/lynxep/Page?S=11060&M=1&ISM=100636
  20. ^ Alignement des joueuses
  21. ^ Staff
  22. ^ (French) Un douanier à la tête des Lynx : Patrick Larivière, http://lecourrierdusud.canoe.ca/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=185112&id=224&classif=Nouvelles , April 4, 2011
  23. ^ http://www.stagedehockeybegin.com/tournoi_pantheres/index.php?page=equipe
  24. ^ (French) Hockey collégial féminin: Mélodie Daoust choisie joueuse par excellence, http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&news_id=1577&newsItemID=1577
  25. ^ (French) Hockey collégial féminin: Les étoiles dévoilées:http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&news_id=1212&newsItemID=1212
  26. ^ (French) Les Étoiles du hockey collégial féminin dévoilées:http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&news_id=877&newsItemID=877
  27. ^ Vermont's Douville Named to Hockey East All-Rookie Team, http://www.uvmathletics.com/news/2011/3/2/WHOCKEY_0302114057.aspx
  28. ^ Roxanne Douville added to Canada's national women's Under-22 team roster, http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/16980/la_id/1/ss_id/74006/nr_id/152801.htm
  29. ^ (French) Hockey universitaire féminin, http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=1524
  30. ^ (French) Katia Clément-Heydra sacrée recrue de l'année, http://monteregieweb.com/main+fr+01_300+Katia_ClementHeydra_sacree_recrue_de_l_annee.html?ArticleID=687550&JournalID=8
  31. ^ (French) Janique Duval parmi les meilleures recrues au Québec, http://www.abitibiexpress.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-03-01/article-2289646/Janique-Duval-parmi-les-meilleures-recrues-au-Quebec/1
  32. ^ High-profile recruit Daoust signs letter of intent with hockey martlets, http://www.sportetudiant.com/fre/nonAuthGenProg/redirect.cfm?sectionID=extranetNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=1508
  33. ^ (French) Mélodie Daoust : rien à envier aux gars, http://lecourrierdusud.canoe.ca/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=182828&id=224&classif=Nouvelles , March 19, 2011
  34. ^ (French) Mélodie Daoust rêve aux Jeux Olympiques, http://monteregieweb.com/main+fr+01_300+Melodie_Daoust_reve_aux_Jeux_Olympiques.html?ArticleID=627473&JournalID=12 , February 17, 2010

Team website[edit]

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