Canadian Ringette Championships – Day 3

All three Alberta U19 teams remain undefeated as high-performance scouts build National Team Programs in addition to selecting the 2022 CRC all-star lines

Calgary, Alberta – April 6, 2022 – In the lead up to the Canadian Ringette Championships, Ringette Canada announced the list of high-performance scouts who have been selected to attend the CRC. The high-performance scouting program aims to increase the number of active coaches involved in its high-performance ringette programs.

“We are very pleased to continue our high-performance scouting program for another year,” said Stephanie Laurin, Manager of High Performance and Athlete Services, Ringette Canada. “This program gives our coaches an opportunity to develop their skill set and be part of our national team scouting process.”

The following scouts will be part of a team led by Ringette Canada’s High Performance Lead Scout that will populate the Athlete Scouting Database for future National Team Programs in addition to selecting the 2022 CRC all-star lines.


Dallas Robbins

Sue Bray-Wong

Kim Marson

Ashley Lutz

Jody Nouwen

Trevor Hall

Todd Sauve

Bob Kerr



Bob Kerr

Alexis Snowdon

Carly Ross

Jodi Gach

Abbey Van Roekel

Nadia LaJeunesse


Sr. National Team

Shelley Coolidge

There were a whopping 12 National Ringette League (NRL) matchups on Day 3. The first clash of the day featured the Calgary Rath and the Saskatchewan Heat, the Rath stayed on form and took the win 12-4.  Next, the Atlantic Attack took on the Montréal Mission and finished with a win of 12-8.  There was a tight match-up between the Rive-Sud Revolution and the Manitoba Herd, Rive-Sud edged out a 6-5 win. In another close match, the Edmonton WAM! beat out the Cambridge Turbos with a score of 7-6.  The Waterloo Wildfire won 5-3 over the Gatineau Fusion and the Nepean Ravens and the Edmonton Black Gold Rush had a very lively match, that Edmonton took in overtime 8-7. A battle of the prairies was next, and the Herd came out victorious over the Saskatchewan Heat 7-4. The Montreal Mission downed the Cambridge Turbos 4-2. The Rath were back in action again against Waterloo and took the win 5-3. The Atlantic Attack notched their second win of the day 5-4 over the Edmonton Black Gold Rush. The Edmonton WAM! also took win number 2 with a 6-5 win over the Nepean Ravens. And the Rive-Sud Révolution rounded out day 3 with their second win 8-1 over the Gatineau Fusion.

In the U16 division, team Alberta are still undefeated and continue to lead pool A. Sherwood Park Power is back on top is pool B. While team New Brunswick also remain undefeated and continue to lead the way in pool C. Morgan Forrest from Team Ontario, holds on to the top of the leader board for the second day in a row, scoring 16 points. Goaltender Noémie Morin from Team New Brunswick has moved to the top with a save percentage of 0.961.

In the U19 division, the 3 teams from Alberta are all on a hot streak. The Calgary Raid continue their winning ways today and remain at the top of pool A. St Albert Mission, who are also undefeated in pool play are leading group B, and Team Alberta who are similarly yet to drop a game are holding their spot as the leaders in pool C. Calgary Raid player Mia Hemstreet has moved to the front of the leader board for the U19s with 15 points. While goaltender Taryn Elvey of the Calgary Raid, spends her second day as the top shot-stopper with a save percentage of 1.

You can watch the Canadian Ringette Championships on the Ringette Canada YouTube channel; or on channel 1999 on TELUS’ Optik TV Network in British Columbia and Alberta.

For more information on the event, including links to rosters, schedules, standings and stats can be found at

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Competition continues Thursday, April 7 at 8.00 a.m. (MDT).

Territory acknowledgement

While we are a proud Canadian organization, we acknowledge that our head office is located on traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Ringette Canada extends our respect to all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples for their valuable contributions to this land. We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

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