2010–11 McGill Martlets women's hockey season

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2010–11 McGill Martlets women's ice hockey season
Bison Hockey Holiday Classic champions
CIS National Championship
Conference 1 QSSF
Home ice McConnell Arena
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Peter Smith
Assistant Coaches Amey Doyle
McGill Martlets 18 janvier 2011 184.jpg

The McGill Martlets will represent McGill University in the 2010-11 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's hockey season. The Martlets will attempt to win their third Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey championship. The Martlets head coach is Peter Smith and he is assisted by Amey Doyle, Stewart McCarthey and Shauna Denis. The Martlets captured the CIS title on Sunday with a 5-2 victory over the St. Francis Xavier X-Women [1]

CIS Exhibition[edit]

Date Opponent Score
Sept. 18 Wilfird Laurier 3-2
Sept. 19 Guelph 3-0
Nov. 20 Saint Mary’s 6-0

CWHL exhibition[edit]

Date Opponent Score
Feb. 4 Montreal Stars

NCAA Exhibition[edit]

  • October 23: The Harvard women's hockey team took a 2-1 lead into the third period but allowed a goal for a 2-2 tie at Bright Hockey Center. McGill took advantage of a five-on-three situation early in the first period as Cathy Chartrand took a feed from Gillian Ferrari and beat Bellamy for an 1-0 lead. Harvard had several opportunities on the power play in the 17th minute, but could not score on McGill netminder Andrea Wickman. With less than a minute to play in the game, McGill pulled its goaltender. With an extra skater, Ann-Sophie Bettez and Leslie Oles almost scored. In the end, Katia Clement-Hydra converted from close range to tie the score at 2-2. The overtime stanza did not result in a game winning goal.[2]
Date Opponent Score
Sept. 24 Providence 1-3 [3]
Sept. 25 Providence 4-6[4]
Sept. 26 Northeastern 2-3 (OT), Northeastern[5]
Oct. 1 St. Lawrence 1-2[6]
Oct. 2 Vermont Tie, 2–2[7]
Oct. 15 Princeton 4-3[8]
Oct. 17 Yale 1-0[9]
Oct. 22 Dartmouth 3-2[10]
Oct. 23 Harvard Tie, 2-2


Number Position Player Years
1. G Taylor Salisbury (2)
2 D Stacie Tardiff (3)
3 F Kim Ton-That (2)
4 F Leslie Oles (1)
6 F Caroline Hill (5)
7 F Alessandra Lind-Kenny (4)
8 D Cathy Chartrand (4)
9 F Darragh Hamilton (2)
10 F Jordanna Peroff (4)
11 D Michelle Daigneault (1)
12 F Chelsey Saunders (2)
14 F Alyssa Cecere (5)
15 D Lisa Zane (5)
16 F Logan Murray (1)
18 D Jasmine Sheehan (5)
19 F Katia Clement-Heydra (1)
20 F Lainie Smith (3)
22 D Adrienne Crampton (1)
24 F Ann-Sophie Bettez (4)
27 D Gillian Ferrari (1)
29 G Andrea Weckman (2)
54 G Charline Labonté (4)

Regular season[edit]

News and notes[edit]

  • On September 18, 2010, Gillian Ferrari, a first-year Martlets player scored her first-ever CIS goal. It was on a 4-on-3 power play versus Wilfrid Laurier University.[11]
  • On October 8, 2010, Leslie Oles, a first-year Martlets player scored once and added a pair of assists as the Martlets skated to a 7-4 win over Concordia Stingers in the season opener. The victory extended McGill's win streak to 82 consecutive games over QUHL opponents.[12]
  • On February 10, 2011, Melodie Daoust signed a letter of intent to play for the McGill Martlets.[13] She refused offers from numerous Canadian and American universities, including Cornell, Dartmouth and a full scholarship from Boston University.


Date Opponent Location Score Record
Oct. 8 Concordia McConnell Arena 7-4
Oct. 20 Montreal McConnell Arena 5-2
Oct. 30 Carleton McConnell Arena 3-0
Oct 31 Ottawa uOttawa Sports Complex 3-0
Nov. 7 Carleton
Homecoming Game
McConnell Arena 6-1
Nov. 13 Montreal McConnell Arena 4-3 (OT)
Nov. 21 Ottawa uOttawa Sports Complex 3-0
Nov. 26 Montreal 4-0 Arena CEPSUM
Nov. 27 Carleton 2-1 (OT) Carleton Ice House
Dec. 4 Concordia 4-1 Ed Meagher Arena
Jan. 7 5-1 Ottawa McConnell Arena
Jan. 8 3-0 Concordia Ed Meagher Arena
Jan. 23 Montreal McConnell Arena
Jan. 29 Carleton Carleton Ice House
Jan. 30 Ottawa uOttawa Sports Complex
Feb. 5 Carleton McConnell Arena
Feb. 11 Concordia Ed Meagher Arena
Feb. 12 Ottawa McConnell Arena
Feb. 18 Montreal Arena CEPSUM
Feb. 19 Concordia McConnell Arena



Bison Hockey Holiday Classic[edit]

  • December 31: Charline Labonte required only 13 saves to post her 59th career shutout as McGill defeated the nationally ranked fifth overall Alberta Pandas by a 3-0 mark in the final game of the Bisons Holiday Classic tournament at Max Bell Arena. In the game, the Martlets held a 31-13 edge in shots. Gillian Ferrari was credited with the game-winner on the power-play at 5:49 of the first period. Jasmine Sheehan, a fifth-year defender scored the second goal of the game. Logan Murray, a freshman from Calgary, scored the last goal of the contest.[15]
Date Opponent Location Score
Dec. 29 Manitoba Max Bell Arena 5-0
Dec. 30 Saskatchewan Max Bell Arena 9-2
Dec. 31 Alberta Max Bell Arena 3-0


Quebec semis[edit]

Date Opponent Location Score
Feb 23
Feb 25
Feb 27

Quebec finals[edit]

Date Opponent Location Score
March 2
March 4
March 6

CIS finals[edit]

McGill went into the six-team national tournament as the No. 1 seed for the fifth straight year after posting a 20-0 record to finish first in the Quebec conference for the sixth consecutive year and the seventh time in school history.[16] Their CIS final opponents, StFX finished with a 29-1 record in league and playoff action and a silver-medal finish, the best result ever by an Atlantic conference team. The five Martlets goals were scored by Ann-Sophie Bettez, Jordanna Peroff, Caroline Hill, Jasmine Sheehan, and Alessandra Lind-Kenny.

Date Opponent Location Score
March 10 Alberta Pandas Waterloo, ON 4-2
March 12 Queen's Golden Gaels Waterloo, ON 3-1
March 13 St. Francis Xavier X-Women Waterloo, Ontario 5-2

Outgoing seniors[edit]

  • The Martlets will lose five fifth-year seniors, including forwards Caroline Hill and Alyssa Cecere, along with defenders Lisa Zane and Jasmine Sheehan.

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Jordanna Peroff, CIS finals Most Valuable Player[17]
  • 2011 CIS Tournament All-Stars
    • Defence: Cathy Chartrand, McGill
    • Forward: Jordanna Peroff, McGill
    • Forward: Leslie Oles, McGill[18]


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-10-19. Retrieved 2011-01-20. 
  3. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Lost 1-3 at Providence (EXHIBITION) Archived September 26, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.. Mcgill.ca (2010-09-24). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  4. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Lost 4-6 at Providence (EXHIBITION) Archived October 19, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.. Mcgill.ca (2010-09-25). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  5. ^ Northeastern University Athletics – Huskies win overtime thriller over McGill, 3–2. Gonu.com (2010-09-26). Retrieved on 2010-12-23.
  6. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Lost 1-2 at St. Lawrence (EXHIBITION). Mcgill.ca (2010-10-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  7. ^ University of Vermont – Walsh Leads Two-Goal Comeback to Tie McGill. Uvmathletics.com. Retrieved on 2010-12-23.
  8. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Won 4-3 at Princeton (EXHIBITION). Mcgill.ca (2010-10-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  9. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Won 1-0 at Yale (EXHIBITION). Mcgill.ca (2010-10-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  10. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Won 3-2 at Dartmouth (EXHIBITION). Mcgill.ca (2010-10-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  11. ^ http://www.mcgill.ca/channels/events/item/?item_id=164766
  12. ^ http://www.mcgill.ca/athletics/newsroom/spotlight/?from=&to=2010-10-14&group=group_athletics
  13. ^ http://www.mcgill.ca/channels/spotlight/item/?item_id=171610
  14. ^ http://www.mcgill.ca/athletics/varsitysports/teamshome/ice_hockey_w/schedule/
  15. ^ http://www.mcgill.ca/athletics/newsroom/events/item/?item_id=164843
  16. ^ http://www.montrealgazette.com/sports/Winning+doesn+come+easy/4447244/story.html#ixzz1HpPhljjo
  17. ^ http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wice/2010-11/releases/20110313-final
  18. ^ http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wice/2010-11/releases/20110313-final

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