Saturday 30 January 2010

Huskies shut down Tommies

Playing short handed with eight forwards and five defencemen, the Tommies were shut out 4 to 0 by the Saint Mary's Huskies. With the win the Huskies tie St. Thomas for third in the conference with 20 points.

Scoring three powerplay goals and one even strength goal just as a penalty expired, SMU took advantage of the short staffed Tommies. In the second frame Charity Walls went down leaving the team even further in the hole, as Walls is one of the Tommies best penalty killers. The PK was busy facing 10 SMU opportunities. Julia Sharun played well in the loss facing 49 shots.

The Tommies that remain will take to the LBR ice tomorrow afternoon at 2 PM against UPEI.


  1. any word on the extent of the injuries to Kelbaugh and Brewster? Those girls are key to our offense.

    ~Tommies Video Guy~

  2. Kelbaugh was the 8th forward. Brewster didn't play.

  3. Game photos...enjoy!

  4. Brewtser has an upper body injury that vould keep her out for awhile.