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Queens Celebrate, Say Goodbye at Year End Banquet

05/02/2019, 8:45pm EDT
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Thursday, May 2, 2019

Queens Celebrate, Say Goodbye at Year End Banquet

THUNDER BAY, ON — This past Wednesday, the Thunder Bay Queens celebrated their annual year end banquet at the Victoria Inn with 296 people in attendance.

The Queens would like to especially celebrate the 14 players graduating from Midget this year.

 

#7 MacKenzie Lehto

Mackenzie is a 7 time Queens player.  Mackenzie will be pursuing a degree in Education at Lakehead University and trying out for the LU team.

 

#8 Lucy Newman

Lucy is a 3 year Midget AA player.  Lucy has accepted a Scholarship to Mount Allison University to play hockey and study Chemistry.

 

#9 Jocelyn Wojciechowski

Jocelyn is a 7 time Queens, Jocelyn will attending Confederation College to study Dental Hygiene and play for the college team.

 

#10 Brynne Lambert

Brynne is a 7 time Queens player.   Attending Lakehead University studying Honors Bachelor of Arts majoring in English & completing her Bachelor of Education (Sr. Specialization) Double Degree and trying out for LU team.

 

#11 Hannah Leung 

Hannah received multiple hockey and academic offers and has decided to pursue a degree in Applied Human Nutrition at the University of Guelph and has received an entrance exam there based on her GPA which is well over the 90 percentile.

 

#11 Riley Thompson

Riley is debating between multiple program choices to further her education at Lakehead University next year.

 

#12 Molly Kunnas

Molly is a 3 time MAA player.  Molly has accepted a hockey Scholarship to University of Manitoba.  She will be pursuing a degree in Kinesiology.

 

#16 Caitlin Olinski 

Caitlin declined multiple hockey scholarships, instead accepting a 4 year academic scholarship from Lakehead University where she will pursue a degree in Education. Caitlin also attended a ceremony in Winnipeg where she accepted 1 of the 2 Travis Price Spirit Award Scholarships that are given to a minor hockey player in Canada.

 

#17 Jessie Scott 

Every season since 2013, Jessie Scott has re-located to Thunder Bay from Terrace Bay to play for the Queens.  She will be Attending the  University of Ottawa, studying in French with a double major in Criminology & Education and will try out for the University hockey team.

 

#17 Victoria Darosa

Victoria is a 7 time Queens player.  Victoria was the MAA captain this year.  Victoria will be attending Lakehead University and taking concurrent Education and will try out for LU team.

 

#18 Sydnie Crocker 

Sydnie declined a hockey offer from the University of Michigan and will be staying in Thunder Bay to study Nursing at Lakehead University.

 

#18 Jamie Ricklefs

Jamie committed to the Queens Program back in 2016.  Jamie moved each season to Thunder Bay to pursue her passion for hockey and play for the Queens.  She has accepted a hockey Scholarship to University of Manitoba.

 

#30 Mya Gowanlock

Mya has declined an offer from the University of Michigan.  She will be pursuing a Biology Major at either the university of Guelph or Lakehead.  

 

#30 Josee Robinson

Josee will be attending Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology in Ottawa and studying in the Child and Youth Care field.

 

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association

Peewee Queens Impressive Run Ends in Quarters

04/06/2019, 10:15pm EDT
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Saturday, April 6, 2019

Peewee Queens Impressive Run Ends in Quarters

MISSISSAUGA, ON — After going on an impressive 3-0-0 run and not allowing a goal, the Peewee Queens have been ousted from the OWHA Provincial Championship tournament after a 3-2 loss to the Nepean Wildcats.

The two teams traded goals in the first. The Wildcats scored first but Bridget Cameron would get a setup feed from Rhae Thomas and Brynn Hannula and score with 10 seconds left in the period.

In the second, the Queens took the lead as Hannula sniped with 3:52 remaining in the period. Cameron and Taylee Marks drew assists on the goal.

Early in the third though, Nepean drew even scoring just 1:33 into the final frame and then managed the go ahead goal in the last five minutes, which the Queens couldn’t come back from.

Overall, a really good run for the Peewee Queens. They go 3-1-0 over the tournament, outscoring their opponents 10-2.

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association

Perfect Peewees Earn Bye to the Quarters

04/06/2019, 12:45pm EDT
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Saturday, April 6, 2019

Perfect Peewees Earn Bye to the Quarters

MISSISSAUGA, ON — The Peewee Queens taking their first two games 1-0 and 3-0 (with two empty net goals) hoped to remain perfect in game three but also to provide their goaltending some run-support so they wouldn’t have to be perfect as well.

A scoreless first period led to an outbreak of scoring in the second as Thunder Bay posted four unanswered goals. Bridget Cameron got things rolling early in the period and Makara Magbanua would put in another just 1:14 later. Makenzee Kostiuk fired home the Queens’ third of the game and Cameron would bookend the scoring 1:11 after that with her second goal and the final goal in the game. Abby Wills kept her, and the team’s, shutout streak going stopping all 14 shots.

The 3-0-0 record with a goal differential of +8 easily put the Peewee Queens first in their pool but also the top team in the entire Peewee division. They’ll play at 7:00pm Saturday evening in the Quarterfinals against an opponent to be determined.

 

Queens fans can follow along at http://owha.pointstreaksites.com/view/owha/events-416/provincials-1 just use the dropdown and choose “Peewee A”.

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association