2009–10 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey season

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The 2009-10 CIS women's ice hockey season began in October 2009 and ended with the Alberta Pandas claiming the 2010 CIS National Championship.

Season outlook[edit]

Pre-season polls[edit]

  • 1. McGill [1]
  • 2. Wilfrid Laurier
  • 3. Manitoba
  • 4. Moncton
  • 5. Alberta
  • 6. StFX
  • 7. Guelph
  • 8. York
  • 9. Toronto
  • 10. Saskatchewan

Exhibition[edit]

NCAA Exhibition[edit]

Throughout the season, various NCAA schools played Canadian Interuniversity Sport hockey teams in exhibition games.

Date Location NCAA school CIS team Score
Fri. Sept 25 Detroit Wayne State York [2] Wayne State, 3-2[3]
Fri. Sept 25 Grand Forks, N.D. North Dakota Manitoba [2] North Dakota, 3-1[4]
Sat. Sept 26 Erie, Pa. Mercyhurst Guelph Mercyhurst, 10-0[5]
Sat. Sept 26 Columbus, OH Ohio State Wilfrid Laurier[6] Tie, 1-1 (Ohio State scores in shootout)[7]
Sat. Sept 26 Grand Forks, N.D. North Dakota Manitoba Manitoba, 3-2[8]
Sun. Sept 27 Matthews Arena Northeastern[9] McGill McGill, 3-1[10]
Sun, Sep 27 Pittsburgh, Pa. Robert Morris Wilfrid Laurier[11] RMU, 4-0[12]
Sun. Sept 27 Tennity Ice Pavilion Syracuse Guelph[13] Guelph, 3-1[14]
Sun. Sept 27 Dwyer Arena Niagara Brock University Niagara, 5-2
Sat. Oct 3 Appleton Arena St. Lawrence McGill St. Lawrence, 2-1[15]
Sun. Oct 4 Burlington, VT Vermont McGill McGill, 2-1[16]
Fri. Oct 23 Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth McGill [17] St. Lawrence, 2-1[15]
Sun. Oct 25 New Haven, CT Yale McGill [18] Yale, 4-2
Sat. Jan 2 Orono, Maine Maine University of Moncton Maine, 4-2[19]
Sun. Jan 3 Orono, Maine Maine University of Moncton Maine, 6-3 [20]

Regular season[edit]

  • February 16: The undefeated McGill Martlets were the No. 1 ranked team for the 38th consecutive week, dating back to Nov. 6, 2007.[21]

Polls[edit]

As of February 16

  • 1. McGill (18-0-0) / (1)
  • 2. Wilfrid Laurier (26-0-1) / (2)
  • 3. Alberta (21-1-0) / (3)
  • 4. Moncton (18-2-1) / (4)
  • 5. StFX (17-2-3) / (5)
  • 6. Manitoba (18-4-0) / (6)
  • 7. Queen’s (19-5-3) / (7)
  • 8. Saskatchewan (14-5-3) / (10)
  • 9. York (17-9-1) / (9)
  • 10. Montreal (12-5-1) / (8)

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Standings[edit]

Atlantic University Sport[edit]

Conference
GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
Moncton 24 21 2 1 95 45 43
StFX 24 18 2 4 85 36 40
Saint Mary’s 24 13 10 1 80 80 27
St. Thomas 24 12 10 2 51 57 26
Dalhousie 24 11 13 0 66 64 22
UPEI 24 7 16 1 45 88 15
Mount Allison 24 2 21 1 37 89 5

Canada West[edit]

In Canada West, an overtime loss is worth 1 point

Conference
GP W L OTL PTS GF GA
Alberta 24 23 1 0 46 94 21
Manitoba Bisons 24 18 6 0 36 63 46
Saskatchewan 24 16 8 3 35 88 50
Regina 24 7 17 6 20 43 83
Univ. of British Columbia Thunderbirds 24 8 16 1 17 48 67
Calgary 24 7 17 2 16 35 68
Lethbridge 24 5 19 4 14 36 72
  • The top four teams qualify for the playoffs

OUA[edit]

2009–10 OUA standings
Conference
GP W L OTL PTS GF GA
Laurier 27 26 1 1 53 98 23
Queen's 27 19 8 3 41 93 63
York 27 17 10 1 35 78 61
Guelph 27 14 13 3 31 89 66
Toronto 27 14 13 2 30 89 89
Windsor 27 13 14 0 26 64 68
Brock 27 11 16 3 25 55 79
Western 27 10 17 3 23 66 87
Waterloo 27 7 20 3 17 49 90
UOIT 27 4 23 5 13 54 109

QSSF[edit]

2009–10 QSSF
Conference
GP W L T GF GA PTS
McGill 20 20 0 0 79 18 40
Montréal 20 13 6 1 58 55 27
Ottawa 20 8 11 1 51 67 17
Carleton 20 8 12 0 39 47 16
Concordia 20 1 16 3 35 75 5

2010 Olympics[edit]

The following active and former CIS players represented their respective countries in Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Player CIS school Nationality Position Goals Assists Points Finish
Jayna Hefford Univ. of Toronto  Canada Forward 5 7 12 Gold
Charline Labonté McGill  Canada Goaltender 0 0 0 Gold
Lucrèce Nussbaum St. Thomas University  Russia Defense 6th Place
Kim St. Pierre McGill  Canada Goaltender 0 0 0 Gold
Catherine Ward McGill  Canada Defense 1 3 4 Gold
Hayley Wickenheiser Calgary  Canada Forward 2 9 11 Gold

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Stats leaders[edit]

Skaters[edit]

Player School GP Pts G A PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG GTG Shots Pct.
M Provost Moncton 24 51 29 22 14 +32 8 1 3 1 169 .172
B George Sask 24 46 28 18 28 +28 17 0 5 0 89 .315
Tarin Podloski Alberta 24 43 22 21 12 +54 10 0 5 0 104 .212
E Kench Guelph 27 38 12 26 38 +0 4 0 0 0 0 -
J Paetsch Sask 24 36 10 26 22 +19 4 0 1 0 55 .182
B Conroy QUE 27 34 17 17 32 +0 5 1 5 0 0 -
J Leblanc Dalhousie 20 34 16 18 32 +15 5 1 3 0 86 .186
E Seedhouse Western Ont. 27 32 15 17 24 +0 7 1 3 0 0 -
Ann-Sophie Bettez McGill 18 31 22 9 4 +2 6 3 5 0 0 -
L Copeland Alberta 24 31 11 20 28 +38 7 0 6 0 91 .121
Vanessa Davidson McGill 20 31 13 18 18 +2 5 1 3 0 0 -
D Kanis Guelph 25 31 10 21 16 +1 2 0 1 0 0 -
K Thomson Guelph 27 31 14 17 14 +0 2 1 2 0 0 -
V Boisclair Moncton 19 30 13 17 8 +17 5 0 6 0 70 .186

AUS conference leaders[edit]

Player School Pos GP Goals Ast Pts
Marieve Provost Moncton F 24 29 22 51
Jocelyn LeBlanc Dalhousie F 20 16 18 34
Valerie Boisclair UDM F 19 13 17 30
Kori Cheverie St. Mary's F 24 19 11 30
Kristine Labrie UDM F 24 11 19 30
Jessica Shanahan St. FX F 24 13 15 28
Lauren McCusker St. Mary's F 24 11 17 28

Postseason[edit]

CIS Tournament[edit]

  • The Alberta Pandas defeated the McGill Martlets to claim the 2010 Canadian Interuniversity Championship. The Pandas ended the Martlets historic 86 game unbeaten streak against CIS opponents. Said streak dated back to December 30 of 2007. It was the Pandas who also beat the Martlets back on that date. Alberta had notched a 2-1 shootout victory. With the win, the Pandas also snapped the Martlets 20 game unbeaten streak in the postseason. This streak is also linked to the Alberta Pandas who claimed a 4-0 win in the 2007 CIS gold medal game. In the 2010 Championship Game, Melody Howard’s unassisted goal at 6:09 in the first period held up as the game-winning goal. Forward Alana Cabana scored the second goal of the game.[25]
Date Opponent Location Score
March 14 McGill Martlets Antigonish, NS 2-0

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Liz Knox, Laurier, Brodrick Trophy (CIS Player of the Year)[26]
  • Caitlin MacDonald, Manitoba, CIS Rookie of the Year
  • Kaitlyn McNutt, Dalhousie, CIS Marion Hillard Award (achievements as athlete, student and volunteer)[27]
    • Christine Allen,[28] Ottawa, QSSF Marion Hillard Award
    • Veronica Johnston,[29] Western Mustangs, OUA Marion Hillard Award
    • Stacy Corfield,[30] Manitoba Bisons, Hockey West Marion Hillard Award
  • Steve Kook, Saskatchewan, CIS Coach of the Year

CIS All-Star teams[edit]

First Team[edit]

  • Goaltender, Liz Knox, Laurier
  • Defence, Cathy Chartrand, McGill
  • Defence, Caitlin MacDonald, Manitoba
  • Forward, Ann-Sophie Bettez, McGill
  • Forward, Mariève Provost, Moncton
  • Forward, Breanne George, Saskatchewan

Second Team[edit]

  • Goaltender, Stacey Corfield, Manitoba
  • Defence, Kelsey Webster, York
  • Defence, Nicole Pratt, Alberta
  • Forward, Tarin Podloski, Alberta
  • Forward, Vanessa Davidson, McGill
  • Forward, Rebecca Conroy, Queen's

CIS All-Rookie team[edit]

  • Goaltender, Mel Dodd-Moher, Queen's
  • Defence, Caitlin MacDonald, Manitoba
  • Defence, Rayna Cruickshank, UBC
  • Forward, Kim Deschênes, Montreal
  • Forward, Candice Styles, Laurier
  • Forward, Abygail Laking, StFX

CIS Tournament awards[edit]

  • CIS Tournament championship player of the game: Jennifer Jubb (Alberta Pandas)
  • CIS Tournament MVP: Stephanie Ramsay, Alberta
  • CIS Tournament All-Stars
    • Goaltender: Dana Vinge, Alberta
    • Defense: Stephanie Ramsay, Alberta
    • Forward: Leah Copeland, Alberta

AUS All-Stars[edit]

First Team[edit]

  • G, Kathy Desjardins, Moncton Aigles Bleues
  • D, Suzanne Fenerty, St. Francis Xavier X-Women
  • D, Marilyn Hay, St. Francis Xavier X-Women
  • F, Mariève Provost, Moncton Aigles Bleues
  • F, Kori Cheverie, Saint Mary's Huskies
  • F, Jocelyn LeBlanc, Dalhousie Tigers [31]

Second Team[edit]

  • F, Valérie Boisclair, Moncton
  • F, Jessica Shanahan, StFX
  • F, Carolyn Campbell, StFX
  • D, Laura Shearer, Dalhousie
  • D, Lucrese Nussbaum, St. Thomas
  • G, Meghan Corley-Byrne, Mount Allison

All-Rookie Team[edit]

  • F, Fielding Montgomery, Dalhousie
  • F, Abygail Laking, StFX
  • F, Amy Kelbaugh, St. Thomas
  • D, Rebecca Mosher, Saint Mary's
  • D, Jenna Downey, StFX
  • G, Kristin Wolfe, St. Thomas

Hockey West All-Stars[edit]

First Team[edit]

  • F: Breanne George, Saskatchewan
  • F: Tarin Podloski, Alberta
  • F: Leah Copeland, Alberta
  • D: Caitlin MacDonald, Manitoba
  • D: Nicole Pratt, Alberta
  • G: Stacey Corfield, Manitoba[30]

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