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BY THE NUMBERS: Women’s hockey looks to prove themselves once again

Gee-Gees women's hockey lined up for national anthem.
Greg Mason.

January 19, 2019 

  • The Matchup: Ottawa Gee-Gees (3-9) at #4 McGill Martlets (9-3)
  • Location: University of Ottawa – Minto Sports Complex
  • Puck Drop: 2 pm EST
  • Watch Online: OUA.tv
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 2 vs McGill 0 – January 13, 2019 

OTTAWA GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
  • Despite struggling to score this season, the Gee-Gees are still generating good scoring chances as they are 13th in U SPORTS with 28.8 shots per game.
  • Maude Lévesque-Ryan's shutout against McGill last weekend was her second this season and the sixth in her career.
  • The Gee-Gees are now sitting ahead of Carleton for the final playoff spot in the RSEQ. After defeating McGill last weekend, the team will look to carry momentum through this weekend's games.

MCGILL GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Points: Jade Downie-Landry - 15
    • Goals: 3 tied at 5
    • Assists: Jade Downie-Landry - 10
    • Save Percentage: Tricia Deguire – .960
  • Last weekend's game against the Gee-Gees was the only time this season the Martlets have been held without a goal this season, as they are currently ranked 10th in U SPORTS averaging 2.67 goals per game
  • The Martlets have done a good job of staying out of the penalty box this season as they have only been shorthanded 27 times, which ranks them second in U SPORTS 

January 20, 2018

  • The Matchup: Ottawa Gee-Gees (3-9) at #8 Concordia Stingers (6-4-1)
  • Location: University of Ottawa – Minto Sports Complex
  • Puck Drop: 2 pm EST
  • Watch Online: OUA.tv
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 1 vs Concordia 4 – December 18, 2018

CONCORDIA GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Points: Rosalie Begin-Cyr - 13
    • Goals: 2 tied at 5
    • Assists: Rosalie Begin-Cyr - 8
    • Save Percentage: Alice Phlibert - .927
  • The Stingers are fourth in U SPORTS this season in poweplay percentage at 20%
  • The Stingers are third in the country currently averaging 33.5 shots per game