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January 30, 2011

Winter Universiade women’s hockey: Canada crushes Great Britain 14-0

Photo Credit Erzurum Winter Universiade http://www.universiadeerzurum.org/news/513-canadian-success-in-ice-hockey

ERZURUM, Turkey (CIS) – Candice Styles scored four goals while Breanne George and Andrea Boras tallied five points apiece as defending champion Canada easily improved to 3-0 in women’s hockey at the 25th Winter Universiade with a 14-0 shutout of Great Britain, Sunday morning, Cemal Gursel Arena.
 
IIHF game summary: http://www.erzurum2011.gov.tr/pdfts/IHW400A07/C74
Team Canada website: http://english.cis-sic.ca/universiade/winter
2011 Winter Universiade website: http://www.erzurum2011.gov.tr/english
 
The Canadians dominated their rivals from start to finish and were ahead 4-0 after the opening period and 8-0 after two, before adding six goals in the final 20 minutes. The CIS all-star cast outshot Great Britain 48-4 including a 13-0 advantage in the first, 15-2 in the middle frame and 20-2 in the third.
 
Styles, a Wilfrid Laurier University forward from Orangeville, Ont., made it 8-0 Canada midway through the second period before adding three goals in a span of 11 minutes in the third.
 
George, a University of Saskatchewan student from Saskatoon, also had a hat-trick with a goal in each period, and added a pair of assists. Boras, a University of Alberta rearguard from Calgary, amassed five helpers.
 
Three other players tallied at least three points including Dalhousie’s Jocelyn Leblanc of Moncton, who had two goals and two assists, York’s Courtney Unruh of Fort St. John, B.C., who finished with a goal and two helpers, and Laurier’s Alicia Martin of Etobicoke, Ont., who set up three scoring plays.
 
Also finding the back of the net for Canada were McGill’s Ann-Sophie Bettez of Sept-Îles, Que., with a pair, as well as York’s Kelsey Webster of Duncan, B.C., and Montreal’s Kim Deschênes of Saint-Quentin, N.B., who both had singles.
 
Deschênes scored the game-winner just 79 seconds into the contest and the Canadians were up 3-0 after only 5:14 of play.
 
In a game that featured only one penalty - to Great Britain - all of Canada’s goals were scored at even strength.
 
Laurier netminder Liz Knox recorded her first shutout and her second win of the tournament. The Stouffville, Ont., native was in net for Canada’s 2-1 shootout victory over Finland on Thursday.
 
Lita-Lee Jarrold took the loss despite a 34-save effort.
 
With two games remaining in the preliminary round, Canada is the only undefeated team in the six-country field and has a one-point lead over Finland (2-0-1) in the standings. The top four teams advance to the semifinals.
 
Canada wraps up round-robin play with duels against the United States (1-2) Monday at 11 a.m. local time (4 a.m. ET) and Turkey (0-2) Wednesday at 8 p.m. local (1 p.m. ET).
 
SCORING SUMMARY
 
Canada 14, Great Britain 0
 
FIRST PERIOD
 
SCORING:
 
1. CAN Kim Deschênes (1) (Alicia Martin), 1:19
2. CAN Breanne George (2) (Jenna Downey), 4:15
3. CAN Ann-Sophie Bettez (1) (Jacalyn Solis, Andrea Boras), 5:14
4. CAN Ann-Sophie Bettez (2) (Andrea Boras), 14:45
 
PENALTIES:
 
Georgina Farman (GBR) body checking, 10:11.
 
SECOND PERIOD
 
SCORING:
 
5. CAN Courtney Unruh (1) (Breanne George, Jocelyn Leblanc), 7:55
6. CAN Breanne George (3) (Courtney Unruh, Jocelyn Leblanc), 8:05
7. CAN Kelsey Webster (1) (Erin Lally), 9:45
8. CAN Candice Styles (1) (unassisted), 12:13
 
PENALTIES:
 
None
 
THIRD PERIOD
 
SCORING:
 
9. CAN Breanne George (4) (Alicia Martin), 2:09
10. CAN Candice Styles (2) (Andrea Boras), 3:57
11. CAN Jocelyn Leblanc (1) (Courtney Unruh), 8:55
12. CAN Candice Styles (3) (Erin Lally, Breanne George), 10:51
13. CAN Candice Styles (4) (Alicia Martin, Andrea Boras), 15:19
14. CAN Jocelyn Leblanc (2) (Andrea Boras), 17:58
 
PENALTIES:
 
None
 
GOALS (by period)
CAN: 4-4-6:14
GBR: 0-0-0:0
 
SHOTS ON GOAL (by period)
CAN: 13-15-20: 48
GBR: 0-2-2:4
 
POWER PLAY:
CAN: 0-1
GBR: 0-0
 
GOALTENDERS
CAN – Liz Knox (W, 2-0, 4 shots, 4 saves, 0 GA, 60:00)
GBR – Lita-Lee Jarrold (L, 48 shots, 34 saves, 14 GA, 60:00)
 
REFEREE: Zuzanna Findorova (SVK)
 
LINESMEN: Jenni Herranen (FIN), Merve Sarimert (TUR)
 
ATTENDANCE: 322
 
START: 11:00
END: 12:51
LENGTH: 1:51
 
PRELIMINARY ROUND STANDINGS (each team plays 5 games)
 
                          GP       W         L          GF       GA       PTS
1. Canada          3          3          0          19        1          8         
2. Finland           3          2          1          10        3          7
3. Slovakia         2          1          1          5          4          3
4. USA                3          1          2          17        8          3
5. Great Britain   3          1          2          10        20        2
6. Turkey            2          0          2          0          25        0
 
TEAM CANADA SCHEDULE & RESULTS (local time)
 
Thursday, Jan. 27: Canada 2, Finland 1 (1-0 in shootout)
Friday, Jan. 28: Canada 3, Slovakia 0
Sunday, Jan. 30: Canada 14, Great Britain 0
Monday, Jan. 31, 11:00: Canada vs. USA
Wednesday, Feb. 2, 20:00: Canada vs. Turkey
Friday, Feb. 4, 16:00: Semifinal #1 (3 vs. 2)
Friday, Feb. 4, 20:00: Semifinal #2 (4 vs. 1)
Saturday, Feb. 5, 9:30: Bronze
Saturday, Feb. 5, 13:00: Final
 
 
-CIS-

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