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BY THE NUMBERS: Gee-Gees welcome red hot Carabins to Ottawa

Photo: Greg Kolz
Photo: Greg Kolz

November 8, 2019

  • The Matchup: Ottawa Gee-Gees (1-2-1, 4th in the RSEQ) vs #2 Montreal Carabins (3-0-1, 3rd in the RSEQ)
  • Location: University of Ottawa — Minto Sports Complex
  • Puck drop: 7:00 pm EST 
  • Watch Live: youtube.com/theuottawageegees
  • Last Meeting: Ottawa 1 vs. Montreal 2 — October 27, 2019 at Minto Sports Complex

OTTAWA GAME NOTES

  • Major Stat Leaders
  • Rookies Alice Fillion and Ariane Aubin find themselves tied for second in points in the conference. They trail Concordia's Audrey Belzile by one point. Fillion is also tied with Belzile for the most goals in the RSEQ with four.
  • Ottawa have only allowed one power play goal this season. However, they have only scored on the man advantage once.
  • The Gee-Gees earned their first win of the season in the Alerts Cup last weekend. Fillion notched a hat trick, while Dubuc steered aside 22 of 23 shots for the victory.
  • Mélodie Bouchard is inching closer to 100 career regular season points. With five points in four games this season, the fifth-year forward is now just 11 shy of the significant milestone.   

MONTREAL GAME NOTES 

  • Major Stat Leaders
    • Goals:  Joanie Garand — 3
    • Assists: Four players tied — 2
    • Points: Joanie Garand, Alex Labelle — 4
    • Wins: Aube Racine — 2 
  • The Carabins are dominant on special teams. Their 17.6 power play percentage (3-for-17) is the best in the RSEQ. They have yet to allow a power play goal this season, but they have scored once shorthanded.
  • Ottawa and Montreal faced off seven times last season, with the Carabins winning six times. They outscored Ottawa 23-3 in those games. 
  • Ottawa and Montreal have met once this season, with Catherine Dubois and Kelly-Ann Nadeau finding the back of the net for Montréal. Fillion was the only Gee-Gee to beat goaltender Maude Trevisan. 
  • All three Montreal schools in the conference are ranked inside the top four nationally; Concordia at number one, Montréal at two and McGill at four.  

 

For in-game updates, follow @GeeGeesWHOC on Twitter. The game will be streamed on YouTube. Tickets to all Gee-Gees home games are available at tickets.geegees.ca.