Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey

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Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey
Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey athletic logo
University Université de Montréal
Conference QSSF
Head coach Isabelle Leclaire
6 year
Captain(s) Marion Allemoz
Arena l'aréna du CEPSUM
Capacity: 2460
Location Montreal, Quebec
Colors Royal Blue, White, and Black
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The Montreal Carabins women's ice hockey team defend the colors of the Université de Montréal and are members of the Quebec Student Sports Federation (RSEQ), and compete for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey championship. One Carabins player have participated internationally, including the World Student Games. Home games are contested at l'aréna du CEPSUM. In addition, the Women's ice hockey team are connected to the club Montreal Carabins.


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The 2009-10 season was their first competing in CIS. The Carabins finished second during the regular season and claimed the fifth position in the CIS Canadian championship. In their second season (2010-11), the team ranked in second place in the Québécois conference behind McGill Martlets.[1] In the 2011 playoffs, the Carabins eliminated the Concordia Stingers[2] but the Carabins are in turn to eliminate in finale by McGill.[3] In their second season, they did not qualify for the CIS Canadian championships.

Ariane Barker and Casandra Dupuis

On October 29, 2011, Carabins skater Ariane Barker scored with 71 seconds left to give the squad a 3-2 win at McConnell Arena. Martlets goaltender Charline Labonte took the loss for the Martlets, giving her a 69-2 overall record in her CIS career.[4] It marked the Martlets first loss to a Quebec conference opponent for the first time in 108 games.[5]

In the 2011-12 season, the Carabins reach in finale national in their third season of existence only.[6] The Carabins lose however in finale against Calgary Dinos,.[7][8] The Carabins women ice hockey team deserve the first medal of their young history (a Silver medal),[9][10]

Current Roster 2011-2012[edit]

Number Player Former Team Hometown
31 Canada Rachel Ouellette Kirkland, Quebec
32 Canada Marjorie Lessard Dragons du Collège Laflèche Nicolet, Quebec
35 Canada Élodie Rousseau Sirois Dragons du Collège Laflèche Pohénégamook, Quebec
Number Player Former Team Hometown
15 Canada Élizabeth Mantha, Ottawa Gee-Gees Longueuil, Quebec
8 Canada Janique Duval[11] Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Val-d'Or, Quebec
18 Canada Édith Aubert-Lehoux Dragons du Collège Laflèche Ham-Nord, Quebec
19 Canada Jessica Bond Maine Black Bears women's ice hockey LaSalle, Quebec
21 Canada Sophie Brault Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
89 Canada Marie-Ève Couture Moncton Aigles Bleu Trois-Rivières, Quebec
91 Canada Vicky Denis Gaspé, Quebec
Number Player Former Team Hometown
9 Canada Kim Deschênes Bathurst Northern Stars Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick
17 Canada Audrey Fortin Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey La Sarre, Quebec
22 Canada Maxie Plante Stanstead College Sherbrooke, Quebec
24 Canada Casandra Dupuis Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Sherbrooke, Quebec
27 Canada Jessica Gagné Dragons du Collège Laflèche Sherbrooke, Quebec
28 Canada Josianne Legault[12] Dragons du Collège Laflèche Granby, Quebec
39 France Marion Allenoz[13] Pôle France féminin de Chambéry Chambéry, France
40 Canada Caroline Martin-Guay Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
64 Canada Maude Gélinas Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Montreal, Quebec
66 Canada Mélissa Globensky Cégep Marie-Victorin Montreal, Quebec
94 Canada Katia Murray Dawson College Blues women's ice hockey Montreal, Quebec
84 Canada Ariane Barker Lynx du Collège Édouard-Montpetit women's ice hockey Napierville, Quebec


Staff 2011-2012[edit]

Head coach Isabelle Leclaire


Awards and honors[edit]

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  • 2009-10 QSSF First Team All-Star, Kim Deschênes, Forward
  • 2009-10 QSSF First Team All-Star, Marie-Hélène Suc, Defense
  • 2009-10 QSSF Second Team All-Star, Marie-Andrée Leclerc-Auger[16]
  • 2010 QSSF Rookie of the Year, Kim Deschênes

After the 2010-11 season, Forwards Josianne Legault,[17] Kim Deschênes,[18] the Defensemen Stéphanie Daneau,[19] Janique Duval[20] and goaltender Rachel Ouellette[21] were named to the All-Star teams of the league .[22]


Kim Deschênes, captain of Montréal Carabins
Player Event Result
Kim Deschênes[23] 2011 Winter Universiade Gold

See also[edit]


  1. ^
  2. ^ (French) Les Carabins éliminent les Stingers,
  3. ^ (french) Les Carabins n'ont pu résister aux assauts des Martlets,
  4. ^
  5. ^
  6. ^ Les Carabins accèdent à la finale nationale à leur troisième saison d'existence seulement
  7. ^ FINAL: Calgary Dinos win first-ever women’s hockey gold
  8. ^ Quand Wickenheiser bat les Carabins
  9. ^ Les Carabins méritent la première médaille de leur jeune histoire
  10. ^ Les Carabins accèdent déjà à l'élite canadienne
  11. ^ Janique Duval et les Carabins se couvrent d’argent
  12. ^[ Josianne Legault a vécu une belle expérience aux Championnats canadiens]
  13. ^ Une attaquante made in France by Ronald King, La Presse , January 23, 2012
  14. ^ Athlètes
  15. ^ (French) Entraîneurs
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  18. ^
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  20. ^
  21. ^
  22. ^ (French) Kim Deschênes sur la première équipe d'étoiles provinciales,
  23. ^

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