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BY THE NUMBERS: Women’s hockey ready for challenge to start 2019

Gee-Gees players on the ice during the national anthem
Greg Mason

Friday:

  • The Matchup: Ottawa Gee-Gees (2-8) at #1 Montréal Carabins (9-2)
  • Location: Université de Montréal - CEPSUM
  • Puck Drop: 7pm EST
  • Watch Online: Carabins YouTube
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 0 vs Montreal 3 – November 9, 2018

 OTTAWA GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
  • The Gee-Gees have done a good job of staying out of the penalty box this season as they rank ninth in U SPORTS having been shorthanded just 42 times this season.
  • Despite ranking in the top half of U SPORTS in goals against this season, the Gee-Gees have struggled to find the back of the net and are currently last in U SPORTS this season having scored only 11 goals.

 MONTREAL GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Points: 3 tied at 11
    • Goals: Jessica Cormier - 6
    • Assists: Annie Germain - 8
    • Save Percentage: Aube Racine – 94.9%
  • Despite having just 31 poweplay attempts this season, ranking them at 33rd in U SPORTS, Carabins have the highest poweplay success percentage in the country at 29%
  • The Carabins have given up just 15 goals this season which is third lowest this season in U SPORTS
  • The Carabins are scoring 2.91 goals per game this season which is fourth highest in U SPORTS

 Sunday:

 The Matchup: Ottawa Gee-Gees (2-8) vs #3 McGill Martlets (8-2)

  • Location: University of Ottawa - Minto Sports Complex
  • Puck Drop: 2 p.m. EST
  • Watch Online: OUA.tv
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 0 vs McGill 2 – November 25, 2018

 MCGILL GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Points: Jade Downie-Landry - 13
    • Goals: Kellyane Lecours - 5
    • Assists: Jade Downie-Landry - 9
    • Save Percentage: Tricia Deguire – 96.1%
  • Tricia Deguire's save percentage of 96.1% is the second highest in U SPORTS this season and her GAA of 1.09 is fifth in U SPORTS.
  • The Martlets are tied for first this season in U SPORTS in opponent power play goals, having given up only two.
  • The Martlets have been a constant offensive force this season, averaging a U SPORTS best 37.1 shots per game.