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Gridlink Queens Bringing Silver home from CAN/AM in Wisconsin

02/16/2020, 3:15pm EST
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Sunday, February 16, 2020

Gridlink Queens Find Tight Competition at CAN/AM

MADISON, WI — The Gridlink Midget A Queens took on the St. Louis Blues in Madison, Wisconsin's CAN/AM Tournament for the Desbiens Gold Medal Game on Sunday. The Queens had previously lost to St. Louis 2-1 and hoped to get a better result this game.

After a scoreless first period, the Blues opened the scoring and then added to their lead before the Queens finally struck back on a goal from Mylee Zechner assisted by Natasha Lawson. 2-1 after two. The Queens, however, didn't have an answer to a trio of Blues goals, as St. Louis took the game 5-1.

The Gridlink Queens come home with the Desbiens Silver Medal.

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

Gridlink Queens Find Tight Competition at CAN/AM

02/15/2020, 8:45pm EST
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Saturday, February 15, 2020

Gridlink Queens Find Tight Competition at CAN/AM

MADISON, WI — The Gridlink Midget A Queens are in Madison, Wisconsin for the CAN/AM Tournament.

Friday, the Queens got things rolling against host Madison Capitols and would strike first and second, scoring twice in 55 seconds on goals from Bria Filice and Meggie Mallon. Madison would get one back before the period ended. 2-1 after one. The Queens would carry the play for the most part outshooting Madison 24-10 but neither side would allow another goal. 2-1 final.

That evening, Thunder Bay took on the Anaheim Lady Ducks in a tight contest that left the game scoreless through two. Finally Caitlyn McGuire would find Julia Buchan with a pass who’d in turn setup Kaitlyn Intini’s goal for the opening goal of the game. Anaheim pushed back but Intini would get on the scoresheet again, making a play to Emma Johnston who’d score with 96 seconds left putting the game out of reach for the Lady Ducks. Camryn Williams earned a shutout in the 2-0 win.

On Saturday morning, the Queens got up to play the San Jose Jr Sharks. The Sharks would score first and quickly tied by the Queens 1:42 later when Johnston and Buchan’s handwork would get the puck to Mallon who’d bury it in the net. 1-1 after one. San Jose would break the tie early in the third to which the Queens had no answer, losing 2-1.

In the evening the Queens put their 2-1 record up against the St. Louis Blues. St. Louis scored the lone goal of the first period. Alessia Ricciardi put home Mylee Zechner’s pass to tie the game in the second but the Blues regained the lead–the final goal of the game, another 2-1 loss for the Queens.

The Queens will get a second crack at St. Louis as have they've been placed against each other in the Desbiens Gold Medal Game for Sunday.

Queens fans can check out their schedule at: https://www.canamhockey.com/gameinfo/madison-february-14-16-2020

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

2010 Esso Cup - National Banner

01/27/2020, 12:00pm EST
By TBWHA Queens

As the TBWHA Queens prepare to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Esso National Cup victory, we have hit a stumbling block.  The 2010 Esso Cup championship banner, that this group of 17 Midget AA Queens players and staff worked tirelessly to achieve, has gone missing.

There are lots of rumors to the whereabouts of the banner and when it was last seen or where it was last hanging.  The current Thunder Bay Queens Board members would like to secure the whereabouts of this banner and return it to its rightful place, raised to the rafters of a local arena, where all of Thunder Bay can be proud and reminded of this great achievement. 

If you or someone you know, has the banner or has seen this part of Thunder Bay Queens history recently, please reach out to us at tbqueensboard@gmail.com