Girl’s Hockey Faces Strong Competition, Goes 0-1-1 in Boston

The Huskies traveled to Boston, MA before Thanksgiving break to face off against two teams from the East Coast Wizards hockey program. The East Coast Wizards have a legacy of bringing strong competition, and they did not back down when the Huskies challenged them on their home ice.


Ashley Davis ‘17 (PG) in net .

The girls faced off against East Coast Wizards U16 in the first game of the weekend. The play was even, consistently going back and forth. The East Coast Wizards went up early 1-0 and pushed that lead to 3-1 by the beginning of the third period. Keeley Rose (Forward, 2018) scored the lone goal for the Huskies in the first period. As the game neared the end the girls rallied energy to make a comeback in the final minutes. Moe Tsukimoto (Forward, 2018) and Nicki Kendrick (Forward, 2018) scored to tie the game 3-3. Oliva Skriloff (Goalie 2018) was in net.

The following morning the Huskies faced off against East Coast Wizards U19. The Huskies were heavily outshot but held the game at 0-0 until late in the third period when the Wizards struck after many attempts. The Huskies recorded their 5th loss of the season against a strong Wizard team, dropping the game 0-1. Ashley Davis (Goalie, 2017 PG) stopped 29 of 30 shots.

With this weekend’s results, the Huskies move to 15-5-3 on the season. Next weekend  the girls will host Hoosac School at the Olympic Center in two NAPHA conference games. The Huskies are currently 2-0 in NAPHA play and are looking to continue their win streak.

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