CRC Day 2 – April 9, 2024

Dieppe, New Brunswick – April 9, 2024 – The second day of the Canadian Ringette Championships featured some close scores, several school visits, and a super fan from Gatineau who has attended every Fusion game for well over a decade. 


In the National Ringette League (NRL) division, the day opened the Cambridge Turbos defeating the Nepean Ravens 11-5, while the Edmonton WAM! beat the Atlantic Attack 6-3. The Rive-Sud Revolution won 12-2 over the Saskatchewan Heat, the Montreal Mission won 5-4 over the BC Thunder, Manitoba Herd defeated the Edmonton Black Gold Rush 12-5, and the Calgary RATH beat the Gatineau Fusion 7-4. The Waterloo Wildfire defeated the Cambridge Turbos 10-2, the Montreal Mission won 7-6 over the Atlantic Attack in overtime. The Saskatchewan Heat defeated the Nepean Ravens 10-9 in the final seconds of the game, Edmonton WAM! beat the Gatineau Fusion 7-4, and the Manitoba Herd beat Rive-Sud Revolution 3-1. In the final games of the day, the BC Thunder defeated the Calgary RATH 4-2, and the Waterloo Wildfire bested the Edmonton Black Gold Rush 7-0.


In the U19 division, the three pool leaders remain the same from day one with Team Alberta, Team New Brunswick, and Zone 2 Blaze. Team Ontario’s Charlotte Anderson leads all skaters in scoring with eight goals in three games. For the goaltenders, Rive Sud’s Annabelle Sylvestre ends day two a save percentage of 0.982, blocking all but one shot.


After the second day of play in the U16 division, Team Alberta, Calgary Peak, and the Cyclones de Quèbec sit atop the leaderboards in their respective pools. Emily Barteaux, Team Ontario, leads in points with nine goals and six assists. Team New Brunswick’s Arianne Belliveau leads goaltenders in saves with a 0.938 average.

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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.

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Competition will continue Wednesday, April 10 at 8:00 a.m. (ADT).

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