Manitoba U16, Quebec U19 and Atlantic Attack pick up national gold at the 2018 Save-On-Foods Canadian Ringette Championships

Winnipeg, Manitoba – April 14, 2018 – Atlantic Attack are the National Ringette League champions after beating Edmonton WAM! 5-3 in today’s gold medal final at the 2018 Save-On-Foods Canadian Ringette Championships in Winnipeg. This is the Attack’s first gold medal at the national championships, with Moncton’s Jenny Snowdon contributing a hat trick in the final.

In the U16 division, Team Manitoba claimed gold when they beat previously undefeated Calgary Surge 3-1 in today’s final. Winnipeg’s Kiana Adolphe picked up a goal and an assist and talked about her team’s success shortly after the game.

“We worked so hard all year and we really wanted to win. We lost in overtime to Calgary in the round-robin and coming into today’s game I did some visualization, this was our biggest goal, we were ready,” said Adolphe.

In the U16 bronze medal game earlier in the day, the Nepean Ravens downed the Regina Stingers 4-3 to claim bronze.

In the U19 division, Team Quebec (Laurentides) picked up the gold medal after downing Team Manitoba (Angels) 3-2 in the gold medal final. Blainville’s Jasmina Morroni scored the game winner for Québec. The bronze medal game earlier in the day saw the Eastman Flames down Waterloo Wildfire 7-2.

Games have been taking place at the Seven Oaks Arena, BellMTS IcePlex. BellMTS Place all week. All-stars and the NRL Annual Awards will be announced at the closing ceremony on Saturday night.

All games are being archived here: For more information on the event, including links to rosters, schedules, standings and stats can be found at

Results for Saturday, April 14 at the 2018 Save-On-Foods Canadian Ringette Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba:

Bronze game:
Nepean Ravens 4 Regina Stingers 3

Gold game:
Team Manitoba 3 Calgary Surge 1
Gold: Team Manitoba
Silver: Calgary Surge
Bronze: Nepean Ravens
4: Regina Stingers
5: Team New Brunswick
6. Zone 2 (AB)
7. Team Québec (Rive Sud)
8. Team BC (LMRL Thunder)
9: Team Saskatchewan
10: Team Alberta (Calgary Shock)
11: Team PEI
12: Manitoba Magic
13: Mississauga Mustangs
14: Central Alberta Sting
15: BLL (QC)
16: Spruce Grove Pursuit (AB)
17: Central Whitby Sharks
18: Zone 5 Pack (AB)
19: Sherwood Park Power (AB)
20: Manitoba Wild
21: Eastman Flames (MB)


Bronze game:
Eastman Flames (MB) 7 Waterloo Wildfire 2

Gold game:
Team Québec (Laurentides) 3 Team Manitoba (Angels) 2
Gold: Team Québec (Laurentides)
Silver: Team Manitoba (Angels)
Bronze: Eastman Flames (MB)
4: Waterloo Wildfire
5: Team Ontario (Guelph Predators)
6: Manitoba Magic
7: Team New Brunswick
8: BLL (QC)
9: Team Alberta (Calgary Strive)
10: Team Nova Scotia
11: Team Saskatchewan
12: Zone 5 GRIT (AB)
13: Mississauga Mustangs
14: Team BC (LMRL Thunder)
15: Edmonton Elite
16: TORL Force (BC)
17: St. Albert Mission
18: Team PEI (Wave)


Gold game:
Atlantic Attack 5 Edmonton WAM! 3
Gold: Atlantic Attack
Silver: Edmonton WAM!
Bronze: Cambridge Turbos
4: Calgary RATH
5: Richmond Hill Lightning
6: Montreal Mission
7: Gatineau Fusion
8: Manitoba Intact

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