2012 CIS Women's Ice Hockey Championship

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The 2012 CIS Women's Ice Hockey Tournament involved 6 Canadian universities in single-elimination play that determined the national champion of women's CIS ice hockey. The tournament will be contested in Clare Drake Arena at University of Alberta, Edmonton to march 8-11, 2012.


Pool A[edit]

Team Member conference
Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks OUA
UPEI Panthers AUS
Montréal Carabins RSEQ

Pool B[edit]

Team Member conference
McGill Martlets RSEQ
Calgary Dinos Canada West
Alberta Pandas Canada West


Game Summaries[edit]

Date Time Teams Score Notes
March 8 15:30 MST Pool A #1: No. 6 Montréal Carabins vs. No. 1 Laurier Montréal Carabins win 6-5 2 goals score by Kim Deschênes[1]
March 8 19:00 MST Pool B #1: No. 3 Calgary vs. No. 2 McGill Calgary Dinos win 1-0 The goal score by Sinead Tracey
March 9 15:30 MST Pool A #2: Laurier vs. No. 4 UPEI Laurier win 3-0
March 9 19:00 MST Pool B #2: McGill vs. No. 5 Alberta McGill win 4-0 Leslie Oles score two goals[2]
March 10 15:30 MST Pool A #3: Montreal Carabin vs. No. 4 UPEI Montreal win 4-1[3]
March 10 19:00 MST Pool B #3: Calgary vs. No. 5 Alberta Calgary win 4-2


CIS Medal Round[edit]

5th Place Game[edit]

March 11, 2012
11:00 am
Alberta Pandas 1-0, Alberta
UPEI Panthers Clare Drake Arena, Edmonton, Alberta
Attendance: 434

Bronze Medal Game[edit]

March 11, 2012
14:00 pm
McGill Martlets[5] McGill, 4-0
Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Clare Drake Arena, Edmonton, Alberta

Gold Medal game[edit]

March 11, 2012
18:00 pm
Calgary Dinos Calgary, 5-1
Montréal Carabins Clare Drake Arena, Edmonton, Alberta

Final Results[edit]

1st, gold medalist(s) Gold 2nd, silver medalist(s) Silver 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bronze 4th Place 5th Place 6th Place
Calgary Dinos,[6][7] Montréal Carabins[8] McGill Martlets Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks Alberta Pandas UPEI Panthers

Awards and honors[edit]

All-Tournament Team[edit]

Goaltender: Amanda Tapp, Calgary Dinos
Defence: Stephanie Ramsay, Calgary Dinos
Defence: Élizabeth Mantha , Montréal Carabins
Forward: Kim Deschênes, Montréal Carabins
Forward: Leslie Oles, McGill Matlets
Forward: Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Dinos


Tournament MVP: Amanda Tapp, Calgary Dinos
R.W. Pugh Fair-Play Award: Andrea Boras, Alberta Pandas

Player of the game awards[edit]

5th Place game: Sarah Hilworth, Alberta, Laura Bradley, PEI
Bronze Medal game:
Gold Medal game: Elizabeth Mantha, Montreal, Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary

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