Regina Rebels News...
The Regina Rebels are pleased to invite the following players to the 2015 Fall Camp. Players will be contacted directly in the near future regarding a mid-May player meeting and information session.
Regina Rebels are please to announce their Spring Camp Tuesday April 14 to Thursday April 16 thteams and schedule are posted under the camps tab.
The Rebels, who ended up in 5th place overall in the 2014/15 standings, met the 4th place finishers, the Swift Current Wildcats in the first round of playoffs. Game 1 was played in Swift Current on Thursday, February 28th and resulted in a 3 – 2 loss for the Rebels. Swift Current returned to Regina the following Sunday. Things looked promising after the first period with a 3 – 1 lead but the Wildcats battled hard and ended up coming back to win in overtime with a final score of 4 – 3. It was a must win situation when Regina headed back to Swift on Tuesday, March 3rd, but unfortunately, despite their efforts and determination, came up short, losing 3 – 2 to end the season.
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This past weekend the Rebels headed north for their last road trip of the regular season. After losing one-point games on home ice, the Rebels were ready for some stiff competition and gave their fans some great hockey to watch as they battled to upset the league-leading Saskatoon Stars. On Friday night, Kennedy Bobyck got everyone fired up when she opened the scoring with a short-handed goal in the first period. Mid-way through the second period Saskatoon snuck a couple past Tatum Shand, but Regina kept the pressure on and their efforts were rewarded when Chelsea Perepeluk found the net on the power play to tie things up. Unfortunately the Rebels started the final period short-handed and were hard-pressed by Saskatoon’s power-play, who scored on Shand within seconds of the third. Despite the Rebels efforts for the remainder of the third, they were unable to capitalize on any scoring chances and lost to the Stars with a final score of 5 – 2.
Sunday’s game was another very entertaining and fast-paced game and like the previous evening, they went into the third tied at 2 – 2, with both goals going to Delaney Frey. The Rebels were determined not to have a repeat of Friday’s outcome and worked hard at pressuring Saskatoon both defensively and offensively in the third. Unfortunately Saskatoon got one past Tatum Shand near the end of the game, giving them the win and final score of 3 – 2 over the Rebels. Regina outshot the Stars 22 – 18, whereas the Stars outshot the Rebels the previous evening 29 – 17.
The Rebels only have two games left in their regular season when they travel to Weyburn this Wednesday, February 11th to take on the Gold Wings and then meet the Notre Dame Hounds on home ice on Thursday, February 19th at 7:45 at the Cooperators C6 Arena. Come cheer them on!!
Regina Rebels headed west this past weekend to play the Battlefords Sharks. Saturday night’s game started off promising with a 3 - 0 lead after the first period for Regina, with goals being scored by Delaney Frey, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch, and Chelsea Perepeluk. The Sharks battled back, scoring two in the second and one in the third period to tie things up. Delaney Frey answered back with a power play goal to put the Rebs back in the lead, but it was to be short-lived when the Sharks scored again, forcing the game to go to overtime. Within a minute, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch found the net, giving the Rebels the win and final score of 4 – 3. Tatum Shand faced 25 shots, while Battlefords goalie faced 33 shots from Regina.
Sunday’s game was another close match but this time it was the Sharks who opened up the scoring on Shand in the first period. It wasn’t until the second that Kelsey Davies evened things up. The Rebels came out strong in the third, scoring three goals (Jordyn Miller, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch, and Mackenzie Kuffner). This gave them a comfortable 4 – 1 lead, but once again, the Sharks did not go down without a fight, scoring a short-handed and power play goal to put them within a one-goal difference. The last few minutes of the game were tense, but Regina came out victorious with a final score of 4 – 3 over the Battlefords Sharks. Way to go girls!
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Come cheer on the Rebels when they take on Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire, Sunday, February 1st. Puck drops in the Cooperators C6 arena at 3:45 p.m.
Shaftesbury Titans Prep Winter Classic
The Regina Rebels travelled to Winnipeg’s MTS Iceplex this past weekend to compete in the Shaftesbury Titans Winter Classic Tournament.
They kicked off the tournament on Friday, meeting one of the top ranked teams in North America (and eventual tournament champions), the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sabres U19 team. Zoe Istace played outstanding, facing 42 shots, while the Rebels collectively worked hard at putting 11 shots on the opposition’s goalie. With a 7 – 0 loss, the girls put that game behind them and came out strong against the Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs later that evening, playing a much better game. Red Deer scored their only goal on Tatum Shand in the first, while the Rebels’ Chelsea Perepeluk got two and Delaney Frey netted one in the remaining periods of the game, giving the Rebels a 3 – 1 win.
Saturday morning’s game was against St. Mary’s Academy Flames. These two teams were very evenly matched and gave each other a great game for the entire sixty minutes. Tatum Shand stopped 24 of the 25 shots, while St. Mary’s goalie faced 21 shots, allowing only Emelia MacDougall to get one past her. The Flames pulled their goalie with just over a minute left to give them a one-man advantage and hopes of winning the game, but the Rebels held strong, forcing the tie. This gave Regina an overall record of 1 – 1 – 1 and a second place finish in their pool to advance to the quarter finals.
Saturday evening’s game was a must win to advance to the semi-finals and again, the Rebels gave their competitors, Pursuit of Excellence Black, stiff competition! It wasn’t until half way through the second that Rebels’ Kennedy Bobyck opened up the scoring. The Rebels held the lead going into the third until Pursuit scored on Tatum Shand with only seven minutes left in the game. After sixty minutes of regular play, the tie had to be broken in a five minute, four-on-four overtime period. The Rebels battled hard, creating an excellent scoring chance that almost ended the game, but unfortunately Pursuit came back hard into the Rebels end and scored a quick one on Shand making it a final score of 2 – 1 for the B.C. team. A heartbreaker for sure!
On Sunday morning the Rebels played for seventh place in the sixteen team tournament against Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sabres U16 team and again, it was an evenly matched, fast-paced game that was very entertaining to watch! Kelsey Davies scored the Rebels only goal and Tatum Shand only allowed one goal in the regular sixty minutes of play, which meant another overtime period for the Rebels. Despite the girls’ gritty effort and determination, the Sabres scored in overtime and claimed the win. Although disappointing, the Rebels had an excellent showing at this tournament and played very well, demonstrating excellent team work! Their coaches and fans were very proud of their efforts!
Their next game is on home ice against Melville on Wednesday, January 21st at 7:45 in the Cooperators C6 arena. Come cheer them on!
The Rebels got right into the swing of things after the holiday season, playing three games their first week back.
On Wednesday they headed to Wilcox to take on the Notre Dame Hounds. The Rebels outplayed the Hounds with final shots being 38 to 11 in the Rebel’s favour. Santana Gravelle and Kennedy Bobyck scored the only two goals of the game, while Tatum Shand allowed only one goal in sixty minutes of play, giving the Rebels a 2 – 1 victory.
The following weekend Regina hosted the league’s first place team, the Saskatoon Stars. The girls gave their spectators some great entertainment in two very closely matched games. On Saturday, the Stars held a two goal lead for most of the first period until Delaney Frey netted one near the end of the first. The Rebels battled hard for the next two periods, pulling Tatum Shand with fifty seconds left on the clock, hoping the extra man advantage would force the tie. Unfortunately Saskatoon found the empty net with only 43 seconds left, making it a final score of 3 – 1 over the Rebels. Final shots on net were 41 – 11 for the Saskatoon hockey club.
A similar battle ensued the following day, with no scoring in the first forty minutes of play. It wasn’t until the third period that Saskatoon put a power play goal past Zoe Istace, but Rebels’ Chelsea Perepeluk answered right back, tying the game at 1 – 1. It was looking like things were going to go into overtime but Saskatoon snuck one past Istace with only 46 seconds left on the clock. With dying seconds on the clock, the Rebels didn’t give up and kept battling, forcing some good shots on the Saskatoon tender. Unfortunately they lost the game with a final score of 2 – 1 for the Stars. It was a very evenly matched game with final shots on net being 22 – 21 for the Stars.
The Rebels will spend this week preparing for a road trip to the Shaftesbury Titans Winter Classic in Winnipeg, Manitoba from January 16th to 18th. Good luck Rebels!
On Dec 16th the Regina Rebels players took time out of their busy schedule to give back to the community. They joined the Big Sister Christmas party that took place at the Northwest Leisure Center in Regina.
The players were paired up with a child and they spent the night making Christmas cards, crafts and swimming. The Big Sisters Christmas party was a huge success with lots of laughter and Christmas spirit.
The Rebels finished the last week of their 2014 hockey season with three home games. The first game, played on Thursday, December 18th, was against the Weyburn Gold Wings and despite some moments of gritty effort, the Rebels lost the game, 3 – 0. They left the rink disappointed, but returned the following Saturday and Sunday with more energy and a desire to give the Battleford Sharks some good competition. On Saturday, Zoe Istace took the win in net, stopping 17 of the 21 shots on net. Rebel goal scorers were Lilla Carpenter-Boesch (3), Delaney Frey, Kennedy Bobyck, and Chelsea Perepeluk. Final shots on net were 30 – 21 for the Rebels and a final score of 6 -4 over the Sharks. On Sunday, the Rebels continued to work hard as a team, both offensively and defensively, giving their fans another great game to watch. Tatum Shand got the shut-out, stopping all 19 shots on her net, while Battleford’s faced an astounding 46 shots on net, only letting Vayda Kotyk and Mackenzie Kuffner shoot a couple past them, giving the Rebels the win!
The Regina Rebels players, coaches and management would like to wish you Merry Christmas and the best in 2015.
Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament 2014
The Rebels certainly lived up to their motto of “pride, passion, and purpose”, demonstrating excellent team work and skill for all six games of this prestigious tournament. Pool play started on Thursday morning against the Winnipeg Avros, with the Rebels winning 3 – 2. Later that evening, they faced off against Spruce Grove and handily defeated the Alberta team 7 – 0.
Friday afternoon’s game against B.C.’s Fraser Valley was another shut out, with a 4 – 0 win for the Rebels. Shaftesbury gave the Rebels a very exciting game on Friday evening that ended in a tie, which ended up going in Regina’s favour to win their pool and advance to the semi-finals against Pembina on Saturday. This was another very exciting game but unfortunately the referees decided to pull out the whistle with less than a minute left in the last period to give the Manitoba team a one-man advantage going into overtime and a 4 – 3 win over the Rebels. This heartbreaking loss put the Rebels into the bronze medal match against the Swift Current Wildcats on Sunday. Despite having already played five games, the Rebels dug deep and gave it their “all” in a very aggressive and fast-paced game. Their efforts were awarded with a 2 – 0 win over the Wildcats and a third place finish overall in the tournament! Way to go girls - what a great show of determination and desire!
Their next games are all on home ice when they meet Weyburn on Thursday, December 18th and Battlefords on Saturday, December 20th, and Sunday December 21st! GO REBELS!
December 7, 2014
The Rebels hosted the Weyburn Gold Wings on Wednesday night, giving the spectators a great game to watch. Regina had some very good scoring chances on Weyburn’s Chantal Burke, who made some really great saves on the 22 shots faced. Kelsey Davies and Kennedy Bobyck each put one past her, while Tatum Shand faced 34 shots in sixty-five minutes of play, allowing only two goals in. Tied at 2 -2 after regulation time, it ended up going to yet another shoot out – the fourth of the Rebels’ regular season! After five shooters each, Weyburn’s Madison Solie snuck one past Shand, giving the Wings a 3 – 2 over the Rebels.
The following Friday, spectators “Rocked the Rink” at the Cooperators Centre when the Rebels hosted the Swift Current Wildcats. Once again the crowd was entertained to a fast-paced game with end to end action. Swift opened up the scoring on Tatum Shand, before Kelsey Davies answered back, tying things up before the end of the first. The game remained tied at 1 -1, until Lilla Carpenter-Boesch scored the game winning goal with less than 3 minutes left on the clock. Final shots on net were 33 – 29 for the Wildcats.
The Rebels will be participating in Notre Dame’s Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament from December 11 – 14th. They will face Spruce Grove, Fraser Valley, and Shaftesbury in their pool play. Good luck and play hard Rebels!
Road Trip to Swift Current
The Rebels travelled to Swift Current this past weekend to take on the Wildcats. Saturday’s game was a hard fought battle that ended in a shoot-out victory for Regina. The Rebels defense and offence worked hard the entire sixty minutes. Mackenzie Kuffner, Chelsea Perepeluk, and Kelsey Davies put in 3 of the 24 shots on Swift’s goalie Jacey Book. Tatum Shand took the win in net, stopping 24 of the 27 shots during regulation time. With no scoring in overtime, Shand went on to shut down all three of Swift Current’s shooters. Regina’s second shooter, Kelsey Davies, put one past Book, giving the Rebels the win! These teams faced off again Sunday afternoon. Scoring didn’t open up until into the second period when the Wildcats put two goals past Zoe Istace. Delaney Frey narrowed the scoring gap in the third, but the Wildcats quickly answered back with their third and final goal of the game. Shots on net were 23 to 13 in favour of the Wildcats and a final score of 3 to 1 over the Rebels.
The Rebels next home game is on Wednesday, December 5th against the Weyburn Gold Wings. Come cheer them on at the Cooperator’s Centre when the puck drops at 7:45!
The Regina Rebels are pleased to announce that 4th year player Delaney Frey has committed to the University of Calgary for the 2015 school year.
Delaney has had an exciting career during her time with the Rebels full of many team and individual successes. During Delaney’s career with the Rebels she has experienced winning the Mac’s International Tournament in Calgary, SFMAAAHL provincial champions and provincial finalists, Hockey Canada Western Regional Champions and a 4th place finish at the Esso Cup which is the Canadian midget AAA Female championship. She was also a member of Team Saskatchewan U18 last year that competed in Calgary. Delaney is excited about this decision and felt both academically and athletically this was the best fit for her.
The Rebels are proud of Delaney’s accomplishments and wish her all the best next year.
Rebels Night Out!
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Road Trip to Prince Albert
There were no “treats” this Halloween for the Rebels, who played a two game series hosted by the Prince Albert A & W Bears. On Friday night, the Bears came out strong and gave the Rebels a great game that ended up being a shut-out win for the Bears’ Jessica Vance, who faced 20 shots over the course of sixty minutes. Rebel’s goalie, Tatum Shand, played very well, stopping 37 of the 38 shots on net. Clarkson’s power play goal was the only one to make the scoreboard, giving the Bears the win.
Saturday’s game saw a lot of end-to-end action, with both teams battling hard. The first period went scoreless and it wasn’t until half way through the second that Prince Albert’s Madison Cassavant put one past Shand. A few minutes later, Kennedy Bobyck answered back, tying things up. Despite the Rebels best efforts, this was to be their only goal of the game. The final score ended up being 4 – 1 for the Bears. It was a tough couple of losses but the Rebels will build from this and spend the next week and a half regrouping, and mentally preparing for their next home game against the Swift Current Wildcats on Wednesday, November 12th at 7:45! GO REBELS!
Cougars add Perepeluk for 2015-16 season
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Rebel Alumnae Receives Governor General's Bronze Medallion
Eleanor Lekach, Regina Rebels defensemen and jersey #7 from 2011 to 2014, is the recipient of the 2014 Governor General's Bronze Medallion awarded by Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School in Regina for maintaining the highest overall academic average of a graduate for all 20 and 30 level classes offered. Lekach, whose overall Grade 12 average was 97.2%, also achieved the highest average for both the Grade 12 French Immersion program and the Grade 12 program overall. Lekach was the top academic player on the Rebels for all 3 years she played in the SFMAAA Hockey League and is the first Rebel to receive a Bronze Medallion. Along with the Bronze Medallion, Lekach won 10 other academic and school awards. She is currently studying science at Campion College at the University of Regina in preparation for her planned application to dentistry/orthodontics.
October 12, 2014
The Rebels hosted the Prince Albert A & W Bears in an exciting double header this Thanksgiving weekend, giving their fans some great entertainment! It was a team effort that helped Andie Wilyman, Chelsea Perepeluk, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch, and Kennedy Bobyck score their goals, but after sixty minutes of regular play and five minutes of overtime, it went to a shoot-out that unfortunately didn’t go in the Rebels’ favour. The final score was 5 – 4 for the Bears. Sunday’s rematch proved no different, as the Bears and Rebels battled it out in another tight game. Delaney Frey got the Rebels only goal near the end of the third period to tie things up and force the Bears into overtime. After five minutes of play, the fans were once again put on the edge of their seats as it went to a shoot-out but again, Prince Albert came out on top, taking the game with a final score of 2 – 1 over the Rebels. Tatum Shand played very well in net, facing 67 shots over the course of both games and stopping 62. The Rebels will spend the next week preparing for their road trip to Blaine, Minneapolis for the CCM National Invitational Tournament from October 17th – 19th! Best of luck Rebels!
The Rebels kicked off their season at the Duncan McNeill Arena against the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday, October 4th. They were a dominant force the entire sixty minutes, outshooting the Hounds 48 to 9. Goal scorers were Kennedy Bobyck (2), Lilla Carpenter-Boesch (2), Kelsey Davies, and Mackenzie Kuffner, making it a final score of 6 – 0, with Tatum Shand getting the shutout. The Hounds returned to Regina for the home opener on Monday, October 6th giving the Rebels more of a challenge the second time around. First period action started off slow, but the Rebels picked it up for the remainder of the game, playing well both offensively and defensively. Zoe Istace faced a total of 18 shots on net, allowing only 3 in. Scorers for the Rebels were Mackenzie Kuffner, Delaney Frey, Shelby Ballan, and Brooke Pellerin, for a final score of 4 – 3 and the second win of the season. The Rebels next games are on home ice against the Prince Albert A & W Bears, Saturday, October 11th at 3:00 and Sunday, October 12th at 12:00. Go Rebels!
September 25, 2014
The Rebels travelled to Weyburn for their final exhibition match of the season. First period action saw Weyburn put two goals on the scoreboard and it wasn’t until the beginning of the second period that Kelsey Davies scored, with the assists going to Chelsea Perepeluk and Lilla Carpenter-Boesch. Weyburn answered back at the end of the second, scoring their third goal of the evening on Tatum Shand. Shortly into the third, Carpenter-Boesch scored from Perepeluk, putting the score within a one goal range, but the Wings kept the pressure on, scoring two more before the final buzzer, making it a final score of 5 – 2 over Regina. Next game action is in Wilcox on October 4th where they kick off the season against the Hounds!
Sept. 18, 2014
The Rebels met Melville on home ice in an exhibition game. After going scoreless in the first, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch scored a couple minutes into the second, with the assist going to Andie Wylyman. The only other goal during the regular sixty minutes of play came in the third, when Melville tied things up, scoring on Rebel goalie, Zoe Istace. After five minutes of overtime and the scoreboard still at 1 – 1, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch and Mackenzie Kuffner both scored in the shoot-out, giving the Rebels a final 2– 1 victory.
The Regina Rebels participated in the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcat pre-season midget AAA female hockey tournament held this past weekend in Swift Current. All games were close and the level competition was very high!
The Rebels played two games on Friday beating the Weyburn Goldwings by a score of 3-2. Goal scorers were Mackenzie Kuffner, Kennedy Bobyck and Chelsea Perepeluk. Both Tatum Shand and Zoe Istace split the duties in the net. Our evening game was against the always tough Westman Wildcats from Manitoba. This game went back and forth ending in a 3-3 draw. Once again both goalies shared the duties and the Rebel goal scorers were Emilia MacDougall, Santana Gravelle and Chelsea Perepeluk.
Our third game of the tournament was against the SHA U16 team. This fast paced game ended in a 1-1 draw with Tatum Shand playing very well in the net. Goal scorer in this game was Kuffner. Sunday’s game was an early morning tilt with Central Plains. This game ended up in a 2-2 tie with goal scorers Delaney Frey and Mackenzie Kuffner. Zoe Istace played net and stopped 32 of 34 shots.
The Rebels ended the tournament with a 1 Win, 0 Losses and 3 ties. The next Rebel action is this Thursday September 11th against the U of R women Cougars at the Cooperators centre puck drop 4:30.
Please check our Camps
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We look forward to seeing all our attendees starting on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
A message to all Atom and PeeWee aged parents/coaches of female hockey players:
The Regina Rebels will be hosting an Information Session on April 15, 2014 at 7:30-8:15 pm in Banner Hall at Queensbury Centre. All parents and coaches of female players are welcome to attend – but the primary audience is likely Atom and PeeWee age groups.
If you have a daughter playing hockey on either a female or a boys’ team, you are likely starting to wonder about her playing options for hockey in the years ahead and after Grade 12. This session will be geared to providing general information to help you start to think about the right decisions to support your daughter’s personal, educational and hockey future.
The session will include topics and answers to questions such as:
- Who are the Regina Rebels AAA team? – team goals, organization structure, philosophy, coaching, commitment, cost
- What is the SFMAAAHL, what is the JWHL?
- How realistic is it to pursue hockey in university or college?
- Is high performance hockey the right choice for my daughter?
- How do I best prepare my daughter to enhance her opportunities?
- How do I get her scouted? What ages do they start to scout female players?
- Should my daughter leave home to play hockey?
- How do I maximize scholarship opportunities?
- What else should I be thinking about with my daughter at this poin
The session will be led by Lynn Tulloch, the Chair of the Regina Rebels Management Council. Lynn has been involved with the Regina Rebels since the club’s inception in 2005. She is a former Hockey Regina Female Director and Chaired the 2010 Esso Cup National Midget AAA Championship. Lynn is also the parent of a former Regina female hockey player who went on to play college hockey and therefore has firsthand knowledge from a parent’s perspective!
Rebels Goaltender to Alberta League in 2014-2015
Regina Rebels are pleased to announce that goaltender - Summer Roberts has committed to the Red Deer Queens of the Alberta College Athletic Conference (ACAC).
Summer has had a fantastic year for the Rebels in her senior year. She has lead the
SFMAAAL in almost all categories finishing first overall in goals against for the season. Summer has provided strong leadership, has good size, technical skills and aggressive compete level on loose pucks. She will no doubt be a strong addition to the Queens roster this coming season.
Roberts commitment to academics is equally impressive as she has been accepted to the Dentistry, Bachelor of Science Pre-Professional Program at Red Deer College in the fall. Best of luck Summer!"
Regina Rebels August 2014 Fall Prep Camp
The Regina Rebels hockey club invites you to apply to the 3rd annual Regina “Future Rebel” Fall Preparation Camp for your upcoming season. This camp will consist of five 75 minute ice sessions to be held at the Cooperators Centre in Regina. Camp dates & times are as follows:
Friday 15 – Aug – 2014
Saturday 16 – Aug – 2014
Sunday 17 – Aug – 2014
Monday 18 – Aug – 2014
Tuesday 19 – Aug – 2014
4:30 – 5:45 & 6:00 – 7:15 PM
4:30 – 5:45 & 6:00 – 7:15 PM
4:30 – 5:45 & 6:00 – 7:15 PM
5:15 – 6:30 & 6:45 – 8:00 PM
5:15 – 6:30 & 6:45 – 8:00 PM
This camp will consist of skill development, power skating and scrimmage sessions. The on-ice instruction will feature former NHL, WHL, and CIS players, and local female coaches.
This camp is geared toward female hockey players born in 1997 through 2003 who aspire to play at the highest level. Each applicant is expected to be punctual for the sessions, focused during ice times, prepared to work hard and enjoy this experience. Participants will be assigned to groups based on age and skill level.
Please refer to our "Camps" menu option for Information Letter and Registration Form.