Emerance Maschmeyer

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Emerance Maschmeyer
Born (1994-10-05) October 5, 1994 (age 24)
Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada
Height 5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight 141 lb (64 kg; 10 st 1 lb)
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
CWHL team
Former teams
Les Canadiennes de Montréal
Harvard Crimson
Calgary Inferno
National team  Canada
Playing career 2012–present

Emerance Maschmeyer (born October 5, 1994) is a Canadian ice hockey player for Les Canadiennes de Montréal and the Canada women's national ice hockey team. She made her debut with the Canada women's national ice hockey team at the 2014 4 Nations Cup.[1]

Playing career[edit]

Maschmeyer was the second female goalie to compete in the Brick Tournament in Edmonton. A meeting was set up at the tournament for her to meet Shannon Szabados and since then, the two have stayed in contact. She played against her brother Brock, who played for the Fort McMurray Oil Barons, and stopped him in a shoot-out. Maschmeyer played two exhibition games during the 2010–11 season with the Lloydminster Bobcats of the AJHL. In an exhibition game versus the Camrose Kodiaks, Maschmeyer posted no goals against and was named game star.

Hockey Canada[edit]

Maschmeyer won a gold medal with Team Alberta at the 2011 Canada Winter Games. In addition, she claimed a gold at the 2009 Alberta Winter Games.[2] She earned a shutout for Team Canada in the gold medal game at the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship, a 3–0 triumph over the United States.[3]

Maschmeyer would compete for the Canadian Under-22 national team that competed at the 2017 Nations Cup.[4] In the gold medal game against Finland, Maschmeyer made 17 saves as Canada lost to Finland by a 1–0 tally.[5]

Maschmeyer has appeared in 3 consecutive IIHF World Championship Tournaments for Canada, in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Canada earned silver medals in all three tournaments.

NCAA[edit]

In March 2012, Maschmeyer committed to play for the Harvard Crimson.[6] Maschmeyer made 29 saves for Harvard in the championship game of the 2015 NCAA National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Tournament.[7]

Professional career[edit]

In the 2015 NWHL Draft, she was selected by the Boston Pride. In April 2016 she registered for the 2016 CWHL Draft[8] and ended up becoming the Calgary Inferno's first round pick.

Winning the starting goaltender duties, Maschmeyer would earn a spot in the 3rd Canadian Women's Hockey League All-Star Game. In addition, she would gain the start for Calgary in the 2017 Clarkson Cup finals versus Les Canadiennes de Montreal.

Following her release from Canada's Centralization Camp in preparation for the 2018 Winter Games, Maschmeyer would be traded to Les Canadiennes, becoming their starting goaltender. Erin Ambrose, who had also been released from Centralization would join Maschmeyer in Montreal, having been traded from the Toronto Furies.

The 2018–19 season would see Maschmeyer gain the second All-Star nod of her career, playing with Alex Rigsby for Team Purple in the 4th Canadian Women's Hockey League All-Star Game. Coincidentally, the two would play against each other in the 2019 Clarkson Cup Finals, with Rigsby as the starter for the Calgary Inferno, Maschmeyer's former club. Of note, Calgary would emerge victorious, defeating Maschmeyer and Montreal by a 5–2 count.

Career statistics[edit]

NCAA[edit]

Harvard[9]
Season GP MIN GA SVS W L T GAA
2012–13 20 1165:01 28 400 12 6 2 1.44
2013–14 27 1641:19 48 796 16 6 4 1.75
2014–15 26 1503:08 37 617 18 5 3 1.48
2015–16 26 1543:04 48 725 13 12 1 1.87
Career 99 5852.33 161 2538 59 29 10 1.65

Hockey Canada[edit]

IIHF World Championships[10]
Tournament GP MIN GA SVS W L T GAA
2015 Sweden 0 - - - - -
2016 Canada 3 - - - - - 1.25
2017 USA 1 - - - - - 6.59

CWHL[edit]

CWHL[11]
= Indicates league leader
Season Team GP MIN GA SVS W L T GAA SO
2016–17 Regular Season Calgary Inferno 8 484 12 209 5 3 0 1.49
2016–17 Clarkson Cup Calgary Inferno 2 117 6 43 0 2 0 3.07 0
2017–18 Regular Season Canadiennes de Montreal 23 1380 41 469 18 4 0 1.78 6
2017–18 Clarkson Cup Canadiennes de Montreal 2 125 5 48 0 2 0 2.39 0

Awards and honours[edit]

  • Nominee, Fort Saskatchewan (AMHL) Most Valuable Player
  • Gold in the Net Athlete of the Month, January 2011[12]
  • Fort Saskatchewan (Bantam AAA Boys) All-Star Team (2008–09)
  • Fort Saskatchewan (Bantam AA Boys) All-Star Team (2007–08)

CWHL[edit]

Personal[edit]

Her sister, Brittaney Maschmeyer competed for the St. Lawrence Skating Saints and Syracuse Orange of the NCAA. She also has three brothers, Bronson Maschmeyer from the Kamloops Blazers of the WHL, Brock Maschmeyer, who competes for the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the AJHL, and Kache Maschmeyer, a bantam hockey player.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://stats.hockeycanada.ca/roster/show/1112114?subseason=145822
  2. ^ http://www.albertahockey.com/story/15/Female%20Hockey/6867/videos.aspx?id=317
  3. ^ https://reports.iihf.hockey/Hydra/279/IHW279122_74_3_0.pdf
  4. ^ "Canada's national women's team program announces rosters for December series and nations cup". Hockey Canada. November 23, 2016. Retrieved February 15, 2017.
  5. ^ "Canada's National Women's Development Team Claims Silver at Nations Cup". Hockey Canada. January 7, 2017. Retrieved February 15, 2017.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved August 12, 2012.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ http://www.gophersports.com/sports/w-hockey/recaps/032215aaa.html
  8. ^ http://www.stanleycupofchowder.com/2016/4/14/11433442/emerance-maschmeyer-registers-for-cwhl-draft
  9. ^ http://www.uscho.com/stats/player/wid,9363/emerance-maschmeyer/
  10. ^ http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=98230&lang=en
  11. ^ http://calgary.thecwhl.com/stats/goalie-stats/1/15?playertype=goalie&qualified=qualified&rookie=no&sort=gaa&statstype=standard&page=1&league=1
  12. ^ http://www.goldinthenet.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=47%3Aalberta-news&catid=34%3Aalberta&Itemid=59&lang=en
  13. ^ "2019 CWHL Award Nominees". CWHL. March 15, 2019. Retrieved March 19, 2019.

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