CRC Day 1 – April 8, 2024

Dieppe, New Brunswick – April 8, 2023 – The first day of competition of the Canadian Ringette Championships has officially concluded. Full of wins, losses, first goals, and even an inflatable pink flamingo mascot – but above all, lots of incredibly exciting ringette.

In the National Ringette League (NRL) division, the Waterloo Wildfire defeated the Rive Sud Revolution 5-4, while BC Thunder beat the Edmonton WAM! 2-1 in the first games of the day. The Manitoba Herd won 9-5 over the Cambridge Turbos, the Calgary RATH defeated the Montréal Mission 5-2, the Nepean Ravens bested the Edmonton Black Gold Rush 5-3, and the hometown Atlantic Attack beat Gatineau Fusion 7-4. In their second game of the day, the Waterloo Wildfire defeated the Saskatchewan Heat 7-5, the Calgary RATH triumphed over the Edmonton WAM! 8-2, and Rive Sud Revolution had a decisive 11-5 victory over the Cambridge Turbos. The Atlantic Attack also won their second game 5-1 over the BC Thunder, and the Manitoba Herd defeated the Nepean Ravens 9-5. In the final games of the day, the Edmonton Black Gold Rush bested the Saskatchewan Heat 10-8, while the Montréal Mission came out with a narrow 8-7 victory over the Gatineau Fusion in overtime.

Meanwhile, in the U19 division, the three pool leaders are Team Alberta, Team New Brunswick, and Zone 2 Blaze. Team Alberta’s Ashley Anderson put up impressive numbers, tallying five goals and five assists in two games. For the goaltenders, Rive Sud’s Annabelle Sylvestre ends day 1 as the top tendy with a save percentage of 1.000 on 24 shots.

After the first round of play in the U16 division, Team Alberta, Équipe Quèbec, and the Cyclones de Quèbec sit atop the leaderboards in their respective pools. Hailey Kane, Team Alberta, leads with three goals and 7 assists after day one. Team Alberta’s Sophia Coli was dominant in the crease with a 1.000 save percentage after 60 minutes of play.

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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.

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

Competition will continue Tuesday, April 9 at 8:00 a.m. (ADT).


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