Regina Rebels News...
Rebels Scoring and Goaltending Ranked High
In our league's Scoring standings 4 Regina Rebels dominate the highest positions: Congratulations to Chelsea Perepeluk who is ranked first with 59 points, Emma Waldenberger second with 56 points, Delaney Frey third with 50 points and Marlee Clarkson who is 4th place in the league with 30 points.
Congratulations to both our goaltenders for ranking in the top 4 goaltenders of our league: Summer Roberts who places second and Tatum Shand who is the 4th highest ranked goaltender.
Way to go ladies!! Go Rebels Go!
Rebels Quash Sharks Playoff Chances
In 3 games to none the Regina Rebels defeated the Battlefords Sharks and move on to Round 2 of the SMFAAAHL league playoffs. Game 1 was a nail-biter that finished in OT, Rebels 3-2. In net, Tatum Shand stopped 22 shots and Jamie Powers saved 46. Scoring for the Rebels were: Marlee Clarkson, Erica Rieder, Santana Gravelle and Emma Waldenberger
Game 2 was held in Battlefords on Feb. 27, 2014. The Rebels defeated the Sharks 4-0; Goal scorers were Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch, Delaney Frey, Emma Waldenberger, and Chelsea Perepeluk. Goaltender Summer Roberts saved 31 shots while Rachel Michell saved 24.
Game 3, at the Cooperators Centre on March 2nd, solidified our campaign to remain undefeated in Round 1. The Rebels beat the Sharks 10-0 with Tatum Shand earning the shutout. Goal scorers were: Waldenberger for a hat-trick, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch for 2, Perepeluk, J. Carpenter-Boesch for 2, Andie Wilyman and Rieder.
Round 2 will begin on March 11th. Our opponent is to be determined. Go Rebels Go!
Rebels Alumnae Receive Honours
The Regina Rebels would like to congratulate 2 former players who recently received a very impressive honour. Defenseman Nikki Watters-Matthes (U. of Regina Cougars and Rebels 2013 alumna) and forward Hannah Heisler (UBC Thunderbirds and Rebels 2013 alumna) were named to the Canada West Rookie Team. This is truly an honour and we as Rebels are very proud of both Nikki and Hannah. Great job ladies!!
As well, former Regina Rebel Jenny MacKnight of the OUA was named Player of the Year! MacKnight in her 4th season with the University of Windsor led the OUA with 40 points and earned a berth on the All Star Team. We are proud of Jenny and send our congratulations to her and her parents Leigh Anne and Doug MacKnight. Great job Jenny!
Rebels Graduating Players 2014
On Thursday, Feb. 13 the Rebels hosted the Melville Prairie Fire for our last league game of the 2013-2014 season. This night was especially memorable for 5 of our players, all of whom are in Grade 12 and will be graduating from the Regina Rebels program. Team Captain Emma Waldenberger, Assistant Captain Erica Rieder, Assistant Captain Eleanor Lekach, Forward Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch and Goaltender Summer Roberts are all looking forward to promising post-secondary careers and working as leaders in female hockey in the future. Rebels we wish you well wherever life and hockey take you. Go Rebels Go!
As well, Congratulations to a former Regina Rebel Jenny MacKnight who is Top Scorer in the Ontario University League. Jenny played for the Regina Rebels until 2010 (3 years total).
Regina Rebels Spring Camp Dates
The Regina Rebels are pleased to announce the dates and general times for the 2014 Spring Camp. (Registration forms will be released at a later date). Please mark your calendars for the following:
(Sessions will start at 6:00 pm and end at 9:30 depending on which group a player is placed in)
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Blowout in the Battlefords
The Regina Rebels swept the North Battleford Sharks 2 games to 0 in weekend play in the Battlefords. Saturday the final score was 8-1 for the Rebels. Scoring goals: Lilla Carpenter-Boesch (4 Goals), Vayda Kotyk, Chelsea Perepeluk, Andie Wilyman, and Delaney Frey.
Sunday's game ended with a score of 6-1 for the Rebels. Scoring goals: Emma Waldenberger (3 goals), Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch (2 Goals), and Chelsea Perepeluk.
The Rebels travel to Swift Current for 2 games on February 1st and 2nd at the Fairfield West Arena. This final weekend league trip will leave the Rebels with only 2 more league games: Feb 5th @ Melville and Feb. 12th in Regina vs the Notre Dame Hounds. Playoff action begins in Regina on February 26th (Opponent TBD).
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR LEADERS:
Congratulations to Chelsea Perepeluk for being ranked top in the league in points followed by Emma Waldenberger ranked #2, Delaney Frey ranked #3, and Marlee Clarkson ranked #4. As well, congratulations to Summer Roberts who is ranked #1 as goaltenders for the league and Tatum Shand who is also in the top 5 goaltenders of the SFMAAAHL league.
GO REBELS GO!
Congratulations to Chelsea Perepeluk for being chosen 1st Star by the league. Chelsea's news story can be found at: www.sfmaaahl.com
Congratulations as well to all Rebels in the lead of our league's standings:
Emma Waldenberger Ranked #1
Chelsea Perepeluk Ranked #2
Delaney Frey Ranked #3
Marlee Clarkson Ranked #5
Summer Roberts Ranked #2 Goaltender
Tatum Shand Ranked #6 Goaltender
Rebels Net Sharks in Two Game Series
The Regina Rebels played the Battleford Sharks on the weekend and won both matches. Game 1 was played on Saturday: Rebels 14 - Sharks 2. In Net: Tatum Shand for the Rebels and sharing duties for the Sharks was Rachel Mitchell and Jamie Powers
Game 2 on Sunday, January 12, 2013 was our annual Rock the Rink event this year sharing the event with the Pat Canadians who played immediately before our match. Final Score: Rebels 5 - Sharks 1. In Net: Summer Roberts for the Rebels and Rachel Mitchell for the Sharks
The Rebels travel to Notre Dame on Tuesday night: Puck Drop at 8:00 pm. On Thursday, the Rebels will be off to the Shaftsbury Invitational Tournament in Winnipeg. Good luck Rebels in all the games coming up this week.
Go Rebels Go!!
The Regina Rebels & Regina Pat Canadians
Rock the Rink Event
Sunday, January 12th, 2014
Pat Canadians VS Tisdale Trojans 1 PM Cooperators Centre C6
Regina Rebels VS Battleford Sharks 4 PM Cooperators Centre C6
The Regina Rebels and the Pat Canadians invite all Hockey Regina players, both male and female, to come out and watch both matches on Sunday, January 12th. Hockey Regina players who come wearing their team jersey or team clothing will receive free gate admission for both games.
The afternoon includes prizes, sales of a commemorative t-shirt, autograph sessions with the players and our exciting 50/50 draw.
Come and find out what female and male AAA hockey in Regina is all about.
Rebels pose with some of the food they collected for the Regina Food Bank
Rock the Rink Event December 21st, 2013
The Regina Rebels will be hosting the Rock the Rink and Alumni Christmas Event this coming Friday, December 21st. Rebels will play Saskatoon at 2:00 pm in Arena C6 of the Cooperators Centre. We will have a banner presentation event during the game and then a reception after in the Western Pizza lounge for Rebels, families, and alumni.
Any Hockey Regina player who attends wearing their team clothing will receive free admission. See our promotional Poster HERE!
Mother Daughter Rebels Dinner Out
Mandi Schwartz Tournament Mixed Bag for Rebels
Weekend photos - click here
The weekend was a frigid and busy weekend at the Notre Dame Showcase 2013 held in Wilcox, SK this past weekend. The Rebels played Notre Dame AAA, St. Francis Xavier from Edmonton, the Winnipeg Avros, Winnipeg Westmen and Winnipeg Shaftsbury Titans. The results from those matches were a win, a loss, a tie, a win and finally a loss. In typical Rebels style we out shot most of our opponents but we couldn't score enough goals to move forward further than 6th place out of 16 teams invited.
Next action for the Rebels is Thursday Dec. 12 when we host Weyburn Gold Wings. Puck drop will be at 7:45 pm in C6 at the Cooperators Centre.
Go Rebels Go!
Regina Rebels Split Results on Weekend Trip to Toon Town.
In weekend action, the Rebels played a double header against the Saskatoon Stars. The first match went to the Rebels. In period one Marlee Clarkson scored assisted by Chelsea Perepeluk and Erica Rieder. Then came a second goal from Vayda Kotyk, assisted by Perepeluk and Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch. Stars forward Jenna Nash scored from Brittany Heuchert and Sophia Shirley. In Period 2, the Stars Danielle Nogier scored from Brooklyn Gillanders and Heuchert. In period 3, Rebels Andie Wilyman scored from J. Carpenter-Boesch and Santana Gravelle. Goaltender Summer Roberts saved 14 shots while Emma Johnson saved 26 shots.
On Sunday, the Rebels and Stars met again ending in a victory for the Stars. The Stars began with a bang capitalizing on the Power Play and scoring at 19:24; Shirley scored from Julia Rongve and Nara Elia. Then Rongve scored from Shirley and Elia. In Period 2, Stars Shirley scored again from Laura Goebel and Kennedy Mann. Emma Waldenberger scored for the Rebels from Perepeluk and Clarkson. Finally the last goal was from the Rebels but it wasn’t enough; J. Carpenter-Boesch scored from Waldenberger. Goaltender Tatum Shand saved 22 shots while Stars’ goalie Johnson saved 31.
Next game action will be Wednesday in Melville vs the Prairie Fire. Go Rebels Go!
Rebels Will Build Off of Road Trip Loss to Gold Wings
A frigid night in Weyburn ended with a disappointing loss in Overtime for our Regina Rebels. The Gold Wings size and strength shut our Rebels down in the neutral zone and hemmed in most of our offensive chances last night. This was a sad loss, but one to build on for the Rebels. Here is how it went…
In period 1, Chelsea Perepeluk opened the scoring assisted by Marlee Clarkson and Emma Waldenberger. Period 2 saw Madison Colbow of the Gold Wings score answered by Waldenberger and Perepeluk. Period 3 Kassidy Sjostrand from Caitlin Dempsey made it 2-2 tie to finish out the period and regulation time. In Overtime, at 3:37 of the 5 minute period, Tatum Shand could not stop the scoring against and Tessa Wilson scored the game winner assisted by Dempsey.
In an uncharacteristically low shooting match, Rebels goaltender Shand saw 18 shots on goal while Weyburn goaltender Jane Kish saw 21.
The Rebels travel during Grey Cup Weekend to Saskatoon for 2 tough matches against the Stars. Next game will be in Saskatoon at the Agriplace West Rink on Saturday at 7:45 pm.
Go Rebels Go! Go Saskatchewan Roughriders Go!
Rebels beat Weyburn
In a closely played match Thursday night (Nov. 14/13) the Regina Rebels beat the Weyburn Gold Wings with a score of 1-0. In the first period, Chelsea Perepeluk scored assisted by Marlee Clarkson and Emma Waldenberger. The remaining periods were scoreless. Goaltender Summer Roberts saw 24 shots on goal while Jane Kish saw 22.
Weyburn hosts the Regina Rebels on Wednesday, November 20th at 8:15.
Go Rebels Go!!
Rebels Goalies Summer Roberts and Tatum Shand
Short Road Trip to Victory
At the Notre Dame Arena in Wilcox on Tuesday night, November 12th (2013) the Rebels finished victorious over the Hounds. Period 1 Vayda Kotyk scored assisted by sisters Lilla and Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch. Period 2, Captain Emma Waldenberger scored from assists by Santana Gravelle and Madison Hammond. Then Delaney Frey scored assisted by Chelsea Perepeluk and Waldenberger. Finally, Waldenberger popped another goal in from J. Carpenter-Boesch and Perepeluk.
Period 2 saw one more goal from Frey assisted by Erica Rieder and Marlee Clarkson. The Hounds got busy scoring 2 goals: Robin Nimegeers from Delayne Aikens and Mackenzie Kuffner scoring assisted by MackKenzie Prouse and Maeve McGauley. The final score is 5-2 Rebels.
Rebels’ goaltender Tatum Shand was in net while Kylee Styles played in net for the Hounds. Shots on goal were 13 taken on Shand to 51 taken on Styles.
Rebels’ next game action is Thursday, November 14, 2013 at the Cooperators. Weyburn Gold Wings will be visiting.
Good luck to Erica Reider, Chelsea Perepeluk and Delaney Frey members of
Team Saskatchewan Under 18 playing in Calgary U18 Canadian Championship
#18 Emma Waldenberger Named October's Second Star in SFMAAAHL
The month’s Second Star goes to a graduating player from the Regina Rebels who is in her fourth year of play in the SFMAAAHL. Emma Waldenberger has once again found her way to the top of the league’s scoring stats as she is tied for the scoring lead with 12 points on 7 goals and 5 assists. She has been instrumental in helping the Rebels get off to a perfect 7 and 0 start in 2013-2014. Congrats Emma!
Rebels Cage Bears in 2 Game Weekend Series
(October 26/27) In a weekend match up of 2 games, the Regina Rebels caged up the Prince Albert A&W Bears with 2 wins. Saturday, the Rebels traveled to Moose Jaw to play the Bears in Mosaic Stadium. In the state of the art stadium, the Rebels defeated the Bears 4-2. Goals were scored by Marlee Clarkson, Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch, Emma Waldenberger and Santana Gravelle. Assists were made by Chelsea Perepeluk, Lilla Carpenter-Boesch, Delaney Frey and Waldenberger. Summer Roberts was in goal for the Rebels saving 20 Shots while Jessica Vance of the Bears saved 34.
Sunday, the Rebels hosted Prince Albert at the Cooperators arena. Period one saw 3 Rebels goals scored by Frey, Waldenberger and Lilla Carpenter-Boesch. Assists were gained by Erica Rieder, Perepeluk (2), Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch and Marlee Clarkson. Crystal Berube of the Bears scored one on the Power Play
Period two and three saw more scoring by both teams. Perepeluk, Rieder, Frey, and Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch all scored assisted by these same players as well as Shelby Ballan and Andie Wilyman. Bears' Brittney Yeager and Sierra Glass both scored. The final score was 8 to 3 for the Rebels; shots on goal were 19 for the Bears and 36 for the Rebels.
The Rebels have a break from games for a while: Next Game Action will be Nov. 12th in Wilcox versus the Notre Dame Hounds. Puck drop is 8:00 pm.
Regina Rebels Training with Canada's Finest
On October 22nd, the Regina Rebels took a field trip away from the rink and into a training centre that was very much out of their comfort zone. The RCMP Depot fitness trainers hosted our players in one of the force's training centers. The girls were put through a double circuit of interval training that was very fun but very difficult. In building as a team, the girls did sit ups, push ups, burpees, and boxing moves on moving and stationary targets. The team bonding session was intended as a workout alternative and to show the girls some of what RCMP recruits experience at Depot. The players were sweaty but smiling and laughing throughout as well as after the fitness session. All the Rebels players and staff would like to thank the RCMP for hosting them and for training with them today. It was a terrific experience!
Rebels Defeat Swift Current in Two Game Series
On Saturday, Oct. 19th, the Regina Rebels hosted the Swift Current Wildcats in the first of a 2 game series. Period one on the Power Play, Vayda Kotyk scored assisted by Lilla Carpenter-Boesch and Andie Wilyman. In Period two, Delaney Frey scored assisted by Chelsea Perepeluk and again assisted by Emma Waldenberger. There was no further scoring and the Wildcats could not answer the Rebels ending the game with a final score of 3-0 Rebels. Jasey Book played goal for the Wildcats and saved 28 shots while the Rebels Summer Roberts earned the shut out with 12 shots on goal.
On Sunday, Oct 20th, the second game was a bit tighter ending 2-1 for the Rebels. In Period one Waldenberger scored assisted by Marlee Clarkson and Wilyman. In Period two Waldenberger scored again assisted by Clarkson. This goal was answered by Brenna Thomson of the Wildcats assisted by Brooklyn Haubrich and Karlie Bell. There was no scoring in the Third period. In net for the Rebels, Tatum Shand stopped 16 shots while Wildcat Brooklyn Weisgerber stopped 36 shots on goal.
Next Game Action will be played at Mosaic Stadium in Moose Jaw, Saturday, October 26th at 7:30 pm when the Rebels host the Prince Albert A&W Bears.
Go REBELS Go!
Rebels Trap Bears in P. A.
In our season's first league matches, the Regina Rebels played a 2 game series hosted by the Prince Albert A & W Bears. Friday night's scoring started for the Rebels; Marlee Clarkson scored assisted by Emma Waldenberger and Delaney Frey. Frey scored the only other goal in the second period. Shots on Rebels goaltender Tatum Shand were 32 while Jessica Vance of P.A. stopped 25.
Saturday afternoon at the Art Hauser Arena the game's goaltenders, Summer Roberts for the Rebels and Jessica Vance for the Bears, were kept very busy - each team let loose 26 shots on goal. The final score was 3-1 for the Rebels: Waldenberger opened the scoring assisted by Andie Wilyman, Waldenberger scored again assisted by Chelsea Perepeluk and Clarkson on the powerplay, and finally Lilla Carpenter-Boesch scored the third goal assisted by Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch. The Bears scored a single but couldn't come back from the deficit. The final score was 3-1 Rebels.
Rebels next game action is at home for our season opener on Wednesday, October 16th at 7:45 pm in Rink #6 at the Cooperators Arena.
Stoney Creek Showcase 2013
Stoney Creek Ontario Midget AAA Showcase 2013 Photos
The Regina Rebels flew to Hamilton, ON this past weekend to attend the Stoney Creek Midget AAA Showcase. The Rebels won matches against Brampton, Stoney Creek the host team, Etobicoke, and Mississauga. On Sunday, Sept 8th, Regina faced off against Shaftesbury Prep School's Titans and lost 2-0 finishing in the tournament 5th overall in a huge list of 64 teams invited to the tournament. It was a tremendous showing for our team since we have only practiced together a few days before the tournament. Thank-you's go out to our wonderful parents who attended and helped with food and many other duties in Hamilton. As well, thanks to our coaches and players for a wonderful first tournament experience.
2013 Selection Camp List - Aug 25
August 19th: The full 2013 Fall Selection Camp schedule is now available, CLICK HERE. Players will be required to provide the $80 camp fee at the registration desk upon arrival on August 23rd. Cheques may be made payable to “Regina Rebels AAA Hockey”. A brief parent session will be held Saturday, August 24th between Saturday's two sessions. See the schedule
Rob Harvey Hired for Coaching Staff
The Regina Rebels are pleased to announce the addition of Rob Harvey to their coaching staff. Rob brings to the team a wealth of knowledge and experience. Rob is a former captain and four year member of the Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors and was recently inducted into the Moose Jaw Warrior Hall of Fame. After his junior hockey career Rob attended the training camp with the Quebec Nordiques. After a year of professional hockey Rob went on to attend the University of Regina to continue playing hockey and complete a degree in Business Administration. During his time with the Cougar men 's hockey team, Rob was a CIS and Canada West all-star, a two -year team captain and currently holds the all-time University record for points and games played. Rob resides in Regina and is married with two daughters. The Regina Rebels welcome Rob to our staff.
Fall Preparation Camp News: (July 31/13)
Full registration list is now posted under our "Camps"
menu option (click on the link called 2013 Prep Camp Jersey Colour Groupings).
Please check for your name and information on the charts (both pages) and contact us if there are any corrections to make prior to camp. Camp contact is Greg Rieder at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Where there are two time slots, the WHITE/BLACK jerseys will make up the first group and the RED/GOLDjerseys will make up the second group.
Rebels Camps: Information for all Rebels camps, schedules, registration forms and camp rosters can be found on the "CAMPS" menu option.
Regina Rebels Prep Camp Update
Thank-you to all the players who registered for the Fall Preparation Camp which runs August 17 to 21st, 2013. This camp is open to any female player who is registering in Pee Wee division or older and who wants a chance to prepare for fall hockey. All ice times are at the Cooperators' rink #3. Player groupings and schedules can be found under our "Camps" menu option or HERE
. Questions about camp can be relayed to Greg Rieder at email@example.com
. See you at camp!
Rebels Alumnus McGauley Honored for Academics at Yale
New Haven, Conn., USA: The Regina Rebels alumnus Patricia McGauley has been named to the 2012-2013 ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team, which was announced by the league Wednesday. McGauley is studying Psychology at Yale while playing hockey for the Yale Bulldogs University women's program. McGauley played 3 years for the Rebels finishing in 2009-2010. Congratulations Patricia on receiving this honour for the 3rd year in a row!
Perepeluk to Continue as Head Coach
The Regina Rebels are pleased to announce that Hockey Regina Inc. has formally appointed Kim Perepeluk Head Coach of the Rebels for the 2013-14 season.
We are all looking forward to another successful year under the guidance of Coach Kim.
REGINA REBELS FITNESS PROGRAM OPEN FOR ANY BANTAM/MIDGET PLAYERS
The Regina Rebels off-season conditioning program begins on Monday, May 27th and is for current Rebel players or any bantam/midget aged girls aspiring to one day play for the Rebels. The goal is to leave each workout a better athlete! Many of the Rebels top players started training in this program prior to making the team. There are monthly and drop-in rates available. Contact Brittany for more information or to register. Space is limited.
Esso Cup 2013 Retrospective
It was a long, successful week at the Esso Cup for the Regina Rebels. We won 3 games and lost 4, we finished in the top 4 teams in the country, we were competitive in every game and we finished 2nd in the tournament in the Round Robin. The Esso Cup was a tremendous opportunity for the girls to see the quality of play in other regions in the country. The keynote speakers at the awards banquet, Cheryl Pounder and Caroline Oulette, inspired us to reach for our dreams and to remember all of the wonderful things hockey can bring to our lives.
The Regina Rebels would like to thank Hockey Canada, the Esso Cup organizing committee and volunteers, the hospitable citizens of Burnaby, BC and everyone involved for making us feel very welcomed. We extend our appreciation to Hockey Regina, Inc., The Regina Rebels Legacy Fund and Saskatchewan Hockey Association for sponsorships which made our attendance possible. Finally, the Rebels would like to recognize Esso Canada for underwriting the majority of the cost of attending the tournament in paying for our flights, accommodation and meals while in Burnaby.
ESSO CUP GAME RESULTS
April 21, 2013 - Game #1 Rebels 5 Quebec 2
April 22, 2013 -- Game #2 Rebels 1 Ontario 2 (Shoot Out Final)
April 23, 2013 -- Game #3 Rebels 5 Host (Phantoms) 1
April 24, 2013 -- Game #4 Rebels 4 Pacific (Edmonton Thunder) 5 in Overtime.
April 25, 2013 --- Game #5 Rebels 2 -- Team Atlantic 1
April 26th, 2013 --- Semi Final Rebels 3 Quebec 6
April 27th, 2013 --- April 27th, 2013 ---- Bronze Final Rebels 0 Team Pacific 1
Summary from the Semi-Final game is here: http://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/National-Championships/Women/National-Midget/2013/Schedule/Games/Apr-26-QUE-WST
Esso Cup Semi Finals Begin
After today's play and the Rebels win over Team Atlantic, we are sitting in the position of 2nd place in the top 4 - a spot in the Semi Finals.
The second place Regina Rebels will face off in the first semifinal of the day at 2 p.m. PT on Friday, April 26 against third place LHFDQ Nord (Quebec). The first place Edmonton Thunder will play in the second semifinal of the day Friday at 6 p.m. PT, against whoever wins Thursday’s game between the North Bay Ice Boltz (Ontario) and host team Fraser Valley Phantom.
Watch all the action live on FASTHockey by visiting www.hockeycanada.fasthockey.com and follow the games on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/HC_EssoCup.
Articles from Hockey Canada website:
a) Hockey Players to watch:
Day 1 - Esso Cup preparations involve a photo session.
During the Esso Cup in Burnaby, BC, fans at home can:
C. Enjoy the gold medal final on Saturday, April 27th, at 6pm BC time on TSN or TSN2 Television Network (check your local cable subscriber)
April 12, 2013 Rebels Extend a Message of Thanks
The Regina Rebels organization would like to say Thank-you to our hosts and competitors the Pembina Valley Hawks of Morden, Manitoba and surrounding areas. On April 5th and 6th, 2013 we played for the Western Female Championship in Morden and were met with generous hosts, enthusiastic fans, terrific facilities and highly skilled hockey talent. The Rebels wish the graduating Hawks players all the best in their promising futures and a relaxing and enjoyable off-season to all Hawks players, coaches and fans. We look forward to playing against you next season.
Rebels Win the West
In an incredibly exciting match, Game 2 of our 3 game series against the Pembina Valley Hawks (defending champions), the Rebels won the series. In yet another sudden death overtime Saturday night, all hearts stopped with every scramble at the net, every shot taken, and every shift change of the night. The two teams were very evenly matched so the game was tough to win.
It was a Hollywood script come to life in Period 1 when Pembina was awarded a penalty shot. Lauryn Keen deked and held onto the puck right at the last moment popping it in past the toe of our goalie Tatum Shand. The Hawks crowd went wild. The Rebels remained patient.
After a scoreless 2nd period, Teah Anderson tied the game up at 15:28 in the 3rd period. The clock ran out and we found ourselves in sudden death O-T again. Tension palpable, our fans hung on every shift change, every battle on the boards, every shot and every scrum at the net. Finally, Hannah Heisler broke free of the Hawks defense and scored the game winning goal at 5:47 of the 10 minute overtime period. Brittni Mowat stopped 30 shots, while Tatum Shand stopped 34 in net tonight.
The Regina Rebels had won, the girls enjoyed their victory receiving a cup and banner, and drank it all in all the while wondering about...what will come next.
Our win Saturday night garnered us the Western Midget Female Championship and a place at the Esso Cup in Burnaby, BC for the week of April 21 to 27th. Congratulations to all the Regina Rebels and coaching staff on the win. Thanks to all Rebels parents who came to support, supported from home, and made the weekend run smoothly all the way to our victory.
Go Rebels Go!
Friday, April 5, 2013
In the first game of the Western championship final series against the Pembina Valley Hawks, the Regina rebels won in Overtime!! Score in Period one was 0-0 and shots on goal were even 10-10. By the end of period 2, Delaney Frey scored assisted by Hannah Heisler and Leah Bohlken which was answered by Pembina's Cassidy Carels' goal sending us into a tie for Period 3. Shots on goal were 22-20 for Pembina. An exciting game, the girls skated fast and kept it clean allowing little effective offensive drive to our net. The third period saw the Rebels break the tie when Kelsey Bohay scored unassisted. With a mere 11 seconds left in the third period Pembina Valley tied it up when they took the one-man advantage and pulled their goalie.
Overtime was tense but our chance came when Pembina took two penalties within seconds of each other. We had the 2-man advantage and were able to pull away their defence to allow for a beautiful wrist shot from Leah Bohlken at the blue line. Game ended in OT 3-2 Rebels. Tatum Shand played a remarkable game seeing 30 shots. She kept her cool in more than one scrum at the net. Pembina's goalie Brittni Mowat saw 34 shots.
The Rebels play game 2 tomorrow at 5 p.m. Go Rebels Go!!
Rebels Travel to Manitoba for Regional Challenge
The Regina Rebels have advanced to Regional finals which will be held in Morden, Manitoba this weekend, April 5 to 7th. This is a best of 3 game series and will be played against the Pembina Valley Hawks. The Rebels are well-rested, practiced and pumped to begin the next series. Go Rebels Go!!
Rebels featured in The Leader Post - HERE
Rebels' Moose Jaw girls featured in a Moose Jaw Times Herald article - HERE.
Regina Rebels Take the Fedoruk Cup!
On Tuesday, March 26th, the Regina Rebels played the 3rd match in a 5 game series against Prince Albert A&W Bears. The anticipation surrounding this game was palpable, the fans were numerous and the Rebels were ready.
In Period 1, Emma Waldenberger scored assisted by Chelsea Perepeluk and Melissa Murray. Almost immediately after, Kelsey Bohay popped one in the PA net, scoring unassisted. Then Leah Bohlken scored assisted by Erica Rieder and Emma Waldenberger. And finally to round out the period's 4 goals, Bohay fed the puck to Jylelle Carpenter- Boesch who scored the 4th goal.
No goals were scored in Period 2, but then in Period 3 Waldenberger squeaked one by PA's goaltender scoring our 5th goal and her second of the night.
Tatum Shand stood strong in the Rebels' net tonight saving all 32 of Prince Albert's shots. Goalkeeping was split by Jessica Vance and Sarah Olson who collectively saved 29 shots on goal.
The Rebels would like to thank all of their fans who came out to watch them take the Championship tonight. It was a big crowd! After the game, the players took pictures and spent some time with their fans. Click HERE for pictures of tonight's events.
Stay tuned for details of the next series which will be played in Manitoba.
Series 3 -- Game 1 - Rebels 2 Prince Albert 0
Series 3 -- Game 2 - Rebels 2 Prince Albert 1
Series 3 -- Game 3 -- Rebels 5 Prince Albert 0 -- CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!
Series 2 - Game 1 -- Rebels 6 Saskatoon Stars 1
Series 2 - Game 2 -- Regina 3 Saskatoon 1
Series 2 -- Game 3 - Rebels 3 Saskatoon 2
Series 1 - Game 1 -- Rebels 5 Sharks 0
Series 1 - Game 2 -- Rebels 6 Sharks 0
Series 1 - Game 3 -- Rebels 4 Sharks 3
On Wednesday night, March 20th, the Rebels traveled to P. A. with hopeful anticipation about the match and some trepidation about the weather. Period one was all Rebels offense - Captain Hannah Heisler scored the period's only goal. Although the second period was scoreless P. A. came out to play and showed us some of their offensive skills. The third period started off scoreless until at 14:26 in the period, Lexi van Camp scored assisted by Payton Ostrom and Megan Sloboshan. The game remained tied until Delaney Frey forced one in sent to the net by Chelsea Perepeluk and Missy Murray.
The Rebels were storm-stayed in Saskatoon due to the extreme blizzard conditions and high winds. We will be looking forward to staying home for Game 3 of the series. Please come out to the Cooperators arena on Tuesday, March 26th at 7:30 to watch our Rebels take on Prince Albert. Go Rebels Go!
Rebels Open Final Series at Home
Tonight the Rebels hosted the Prince Albert Bears in Game one of the final series. In Period one, Vayda Kotyk scored assisted by Andie Wilyman and Eleanor Lekach. Period 2 saw no goals. Delaney Frey scored in the third assisted by Teah Anderson and Emma Waldenberger.
Tatum Shand took her shutout in net for the Rebels tonight making 34 saves. For the Bears, goaltender Jessica Vance saved 30 shots.
On Wednesday, March 20th, the Rebels travel to Prince Albert for Game 2 of the series. Live update can be viewed at www.sfmaaahl.com
Go Rebels Go!
The final series in the Championship race will start here at the Cooperators Centre at 7:45 pm, Monday night. Come out and cheer on the Rebels! Go Rebels Go!
Congratulations to Rebels Award Winners:
Announced March 15, 2013
Hannah Heisler - SFMAAAHL - Top Scorer and Most Sportsmanlike Player Awards
Nikki Watters-Matthes - SFMAAAHL - Top Defenseman
Rebels Sweep Saskatoon in Series 2
Series 2 of SFMAAAHL playoffs went to the Rebels in Game 3 of a 3 game sweep over Saskatoon Stars. We were hardly back in our seats after O Canada was played when Emma Waldenberger scored assisted from Talia Terry at the 8 second mark. Delaney Frey took one assisted by Alyssa Hein at 14:09 of the first period. Saskatoon replied with Emma Yanko's goal from Haley Girolami at 10:04. Frey drilled in her second goal a mere 30 seconds later which ended the Rebels scoring and the period. Teah Anderson assisted Frey's goal.
In Period 2, Kennedy Harris snuck one in from Yanko and Hailey Tyndall. That would be the last of the goals scored for the night. The Rebels won the match 3-2. Tatum Shand stopped 27 shots while Samantha Ridgewell stopped 28.
Rebels await the victor of the Weyburn-Prince Albert series to know who our next opponent will be for the Championship Final.
Great Job Rebels on winning Series #2
Rebels Great Start to Series 2 of Playoffs
Saturday night at the Cooperators Arena, victory was not in the stars for Saskatoon. The Regina Rebels met the Saskatoon Stars for the first of Series 2 in SFMAAAHL action. Opening the scoring Hannah Heisler banged one in from Vayda Kotyk and Kelsey Bohay. Emma Waldenberger scored for the Rebels assisted by Heisler and Teah Anderson to finish off the first period.
A Saskatoon goal by Amber Rennie assisted by Kori Herner opened the second period, but the Rebels didn't take long to answer Saskatoon's goal. Talia Terry of the Rebels scored on a pass from Delaney Frey and Eleanor Lekach. The final goal of Period 2 was scored by Heisler assisted by Emma Waldenberger.
Heisler would capture her hat-trick in Period 3 tapping a soft one through Saskatoon goaltender Samantha Ridgewell's legs scoring unassisted on a breakaway. That goal would be the end Ridgewell's time in net tonight. In net for the remaining eleven minutes was Karlee Fetch. After a miscue between Stars goalie and defenseman Charlie Elke, Rebel's Waldenberger was assigned the final goal of the night which made the score 6-1 Rebels. Saskatoon's Ridgewell saw 38 shots on goal, Fetch saw 5 and Rebels goaltender Tatum Shand saw 21.
In the second game of the series played in Saskatoon Sunday, the Regina Rebels beat the Stars 3-1. Anderson, Frey and Bohay all scored singles. Rebels Tatum Shand stopped 17 saves. Kennedy Harris scored for Saskatoon and goaltender Samantha Ridgewell stopped 37 shots on goal.
Rebels New "Away" Jersey
2012-2013 SFMAAAHL League All Stars
#4 Nikki Watters-Matthes
Melissa Murray #23
Hannah Heisler #16
Emma Waldenberger #18
Teah Anderson #8
Series 1 Wraps Up
Sunday night at the Cooperators, under the veil of hopefully our last blizzard this winter, the Regina Rebels defeated the Battleford Sharks with a score of 4-3. The Rebels' roster was missing 3 of our players who were mending physical ailments. We would like to thank Peyton Mallory and Sydney Simpson of the Midget AA Capitals for stepping in and playing in their places.
In the first period, Emma Waldenberger opened up the scoring assisted by Hannah Heisler. Next, Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch scored from Eleanor Lekach and Chelsea Perepeluk. Mallory Roy of the Sharks answered with their first goal assisted by Keinyn Nordell. Finishing out the period, Vayda Kotyk scored our 3rd goal assisted by Heisler and Waldenberger.
Period 2 opened with the Sharks scoring a goal at 17:34: Morgan Fraser assisted by Brooke Lonoway. Jetta Derenoski assisted by Nordell, scored the final goal of the night.
In Period 3 Waldenberger took her second of the night unassisted getting us our 4th goal. The game ended 4-3 Rebels. Great Job Rebels!!!
Congratulations goes out to Emma Waldenberger #18, whom the league named as February's 1st Star. Emma's beautiful picture can be seen along with an article written about her hockey accomplishments this season at this website: http://www.sfmaaahl.com
Great Job Emma!!!
Congratulations to the following Rebels for being named as 2012=2013 League All Stars: Hannah Heisler, Teah Anderson, Nikki Watters-Matthes, Melissa Murray and Emma Waldenberger. We are so proud of you all; great job girls!!
Swift Current Game: Feb 2 & 3, 2013 - Photos
Leader Post sports news article on our Delaney Frey (Feb 26/13)
Rebels Victory Gain Not Without Pain
In the first two games of Series 1 of the SFMAAAL playoffs, the Regina Rebels have shown they are determined to reel in the big catch. Sharks busy goaltender Jacy Akre saved 43 shots of the 48 we sent her way. Rae McClintock had an amazing game deterring any dealings in front of her crease. Of the 13 they shot on goal she saved them all and gained her shutout.
Singles were scored by Rebels Teah Anderson, Delaney Frey, and Hannah Heisler; Emma Waldenberger put in 2 for the final score of 5-0 Rebels.
Last night in Game 2, we traveled to the Battlefords. A tense atmosphere set the scene for some exciting hockey. The game was fast but spent mostly in the Sharks own end: goals were scored by Erica Rieder, Talia Terry, Chelsea Perepeluk, Heisler and 2 for Frey. Sharks goaltenders shared duty: Akre saved 42 while Rachel Michel saved 6. Rebels goaltender Tatum Shand saved all 12 shots sent her way. A physical game, our slightly banged up Rebels roster got home late, but with the lead in the series.
Game 3 of the series is in Regina: Cooperator's Centre, Sunday, March 5th at 5:45 pm.
Playoffs Begin This Week
The Rebels begin the first round of playoffs against the Battlefords Sharks whose current record is 3-22-0. We hope to see our faithful and supportive fans in the stands for the first of a best of 5 series beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, February 26th at 7:30 at the Cooperators Rink #6.
GO REBELS GO!
Spring Identification Camp Information
Parents and players can now access Spring ID Camp information and application form on our Camps Tab. Please print the application off
and mail it to Lynn Tulloch at the address provided.
Rebels Make History in Much Anticipated Match Up
The Regina Rebels made history for the organization this past weekend. After winning both games against the second place Prince Albert A&W Bears in a series played on Saturday and Sunday (Feb 16 & 17), the Rebels have tied for the top finishing stats in regular league play and have set a new league record for the least number of goals scored against. Rebels' regular league play ends with 27 wins and one "over time" loss, 131 Goals For and 19 Goals Against.
On Saturday the Rebels won 2-0. Hannah Heisler scored a pair of goals while Tatum Shand had the shutout with 29 saves. Jessica Vance stopped 30 shots for P.A.
On Sunday the Rebels won 3-1. Heisler scored two; Emma Waldenberger also scored for the Rebels. Brooke Hobson scored the lone goal for the Bears. Rae McClintock stopped 24 shots for the Rebels while Sarah Olson kept out 25 for P.A.
Congratulations on a stellar season, Rebels!
Hounds Shut Out in Regina
The Regina Rebels beat the Notre Dame Hounds 6-0 Wednesday evening, February 13th at the Co-operators Centre.
Stopping 14 shots, Tatum Shand had the shutout in net making it "Lucky Number 7" in regular season shut outs for the rookie goalie.
Emma Waldenberger scored two for the Rebels; Melissa Murray, Delaney Frey, and Hannah Heisler scored. As well, defenseman Erica Rieder scored her first regular season goal. in net for the Hounds, Laura Wiebe stopped 43 shots.
The Rebels will play a pair of games at the Co-operators Centre this weekend against the Prince Albert A&W Bears. Saturday puck drop is 12:00 noon; on Sunday the game will begin at 4:30 pm.
Rebels' SFMAAAHL First Place Standing
Congratulations Regina Rebels on a capturing first place in the Sask. Female Midget AAA Hockey League! The Rebels are first in the league among 8 teams. Many hours of practice, drills, skating, off-ice conditioning, travel, planning, coaching and much much more have gone into this remarkable achievement. Your fans and families are very proud of you.
Graduating Players Signed onto College Futures
Exciting news has been confirmed for our graduating players Nikki Watters-Matthes, Teah Anderson, and Hannah Heisler. These girls are looking ahead to continuing their elite hockey careers in post-secondary institutions. Nikki Watters-Matthes has been signed by the University of Regina Cougars women's hockey team for the 2013-2014 season. Watters-Matthes is considering her options; she is interested in either Education or Nursing as areas of study at the U. of R.. Anderson has signed with St. Thomas University women's hockey team in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Teah plans to major in Psychology. Heisler has been signed by the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds women's hockey team. Heisler is considering a Kinesiology undergrad degree intending to enter the college of Law one day.
From all of us in the Rebels program, congratulations and best of luck in your futures ladies!
Rebels Successful in Swift
The Regina Rebels played a two-game series in Swift Current over the February 2nd weekend. Both games were won by the Rebels.
On Saturday, February 2nd, the Rebels defeated the Diamond Energy Wildcats by a score of 6-0. Emma Waldenberger picked up two goals; Hannah Heisler, Melissa Murray, Teah Anderson, and Delaney Frey scored singles. Veteran goaltender Rae McClinock stopped seven shots while Moriah Andrews kept out 25.
On Sunday, February 3rd, in a tight game peppered with penalties, the Rebels won 2-1. Heisler and Talia Terry scored for the Rebels while Tori Carlson scored for the Wildcats. Rebels goaltender Tatum Shand stopped 15 shots for the Rebels while Brooklyn Weisgarber kept out 26 for the Wildcats.
The Rebels next play Wednesday night at 6 pm in Notre Dame.
Penalty-Riddled Victory for Rebels in Melville
On Wednesday, January 30th, the Regina Rebels traveled to Melville to play the Fox FM Prairie Fire. In a match fraught with no less than 36 penalty minutes, the Rebels came home with a victory winning 3-1 over the Prairie Fire.
Period one saw Emma Waldenberger scoring off passes from Delaney Frey and Nikki Watters-Matthes. Brooklyn McKenna of the Prairie Fire answered with a goal soon after. Then Teah Anderson scored one assisted by Erica Rieder and Waldenberger scored again unassisted. That would be all of the scoring for the entire game. Periods 2 and 3 saw no goals but plenty of whistles blown for penalty calls. The Rebels served 18 minutes in the box while Melville matched us evenly with 18 minutes as well. Among Melville's infractions there were two 4 minute penalties; one was for Butt Ending and the other was for Head Contact.
Goaltender Tatum Shand of the Rebels kept out 23 shots, while Melville's Nicole Clay stopped 21.
Rebels Outstanding National Ranking a Badge of Honour
The website http://myhockeyrankings.com provides a calculated summary of teams from all over the U. S. and Canada in a ranking system. The ranking system is composed by providing the site with team stats (thank-you Melinda Anderson for all the hours you've spent entering data) and then a comparison is made against teams of the same caliber across the country.
The Regina Rebels program has achieved a huge success this year and the team is ranked 5th out of 110 female U17 Tier1 teams in all of Canada! The Rebels ranking of 92.66 is only a 0.97 difference from the #1 ranked team in the country, demonstrating that our rating is incredibly high and incredibly close to the top team in the country.
Congratulations, coaches, management, and players for rating so high among the most elite teams in the country. Fifth overall is a tremendous achievement and you should all be proud of your contribution to the program!
Spring Camp 2013
Regina Rebels Spring Camp is being held at the Cooperators Centre on April 8, 9, and 10th, 2013. Registration information will be coming out through Hockey Regina Inc. and available on this website. Please check back for further details to be posted in March 2013.
Rebels Blast Sharks out of the Water in Weekend Sweep
The Regina Rebels won a pair of games this weekend over the North Battleford Sharks.
The Rebels won 13-0 on Saturday, January 19th. Emma Waldenberger and Delaney Frey each scored four goals. Andie Wilyman added two while Talia Terry, Teah Anderson and Chelsea Perepeluk also scored. Tatum Shand stopped 18 shots for the shutout. Jacy Akre and Rachel Mitchell split time in net and stopped 56 shots.
On Sunday, January 20th, the Rebels won 4-0. Kelsey Bohay, Hannah Heisler, Waldenberger and Vayda Kotyk scored. Rae McClintock had the shutout with 17 saves. Akre stopped 40 shots for North Battleford.
The Rebels remain in first place in the Saskatchewan Female Midget AAA Hockey League with a record of 20 wins and one overtime loss. They next play January 30th in Melville.
The Regina Rebels finished the Regina Rebels Summit Tournament in second place this weekend, losing 4-3 to the Pembina Valley Hawks in the A Final on Sunday. Teah Anderson, Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch and Hannah Heisler scored for the Rebels in the final; Cassidy Carels and Lauryn Keen each scored two for the Hawks. Rae McClintock stopped 16 shots for the Rebels while Brittni Mowat kept out 31 for the Hawks.
The Rebels began the tournament with a 5-2 win over the Hawks. Delaney Frey scored the hat trick for the Rebels, while Emma Waldenberger and Heisler also scored for the Rebels. Kate Friesen and Keen scored for the Hawks. Tatum Shand stopped 30 for the Rebels while Mowat kept out 2.
In a pair of games on Saturday, the Rebels first lost 2-1 to the Saskatoon Stars. Talia Terry scored the lone goal for the Rebels while Hailey Tyndall had a pair of goals for Saskatoon. McClintock stopped 8 shots for the Rebels while Samantha Ridgewell stopped 38 for Saskatoon. The Rebels went on to beat the Red Deer Chiefs 10-1 Saturday night. Anderson, Waldenberger and Chelsea Perepeluk each scored two goals for Regina; Kelsey Bohay, Heisler, Melissa Murray and Terry also scored. Nisa Bartlett scored the lone goal for Red Deer. Shand stopped 14 for the Rebels; Chiefs goaltender Reanna Arnold stopped 36.
The Rebels next play this upcoming weekend in North Battleford, where they will take on the Sharks.
Thanks to the Summit Organizing Committee Marnie Perepeluk,
Bob Brennan and Wendy Shand and to committee Chair Glenn Bohay.
Thanks also to all the parents who took on the jobs necessary
to make this tournament weekend possible. Our Rebels' parents are the best!
Congratulations to our Progressive 50/50 Draw Prize Winner:
Shawn Wilyman $1,000 Prize
Summit Champions Pembina Valley Hawks
Stars of the Game: Pembina Hawks' #23 & Rebels' Kelsey Bohay #11
Sun. Jan 13 Game 8: Pembina Hawks 4, Regina Rebels 3
Sun. Jan 13 Game 7: Saskatoon Stars 2, Red Deer Sutter Chiefs 1
Sat. Jan 12 Game 6: Pembina Hawks 1, Saskatoon Stars 0
Sat. Jan 12 Game 5: Regina Rebels 10, Red Deer Sutter Chiefs 1
Sat. Jan 12 Game 4: Pembina Valley Hawks 6, Red Deer Sutter Chiefs 1
Sat. Jan 12 Game 3: Saskatoon Stars 2, Regina Rebels 1
Fri. Jan 11 Game 2: Regina Rebels 5, Pembina Valley Hawks 2
Fri. Jan 11 Game 1: Red Deer Sutter Chiefs 3, Saskatoon Stars 1
Rebels Snuff Out a Prairie Fire
Wednesday, January 9th, 2013, the Regina Rebels dominated in every way the match played at Melville's impressive Communiplex Arena. Home ice advantage simply didn't ignite the Prairie Fire who lost to the Rebels 11-1. Period One, the Rebels played with spirit and energy beginning the scoring of the game with a give-and-go play from Missy Murray to Chelsea Perepeluk and then to Delaney Frey who scored the match opening goal at 12:24. Then Talia Terry passed to Murray who gave it to Perepeluk; Perepeluk muscled a Melville player out of the crease while waiting for the feed from Murray. Perepeluk scored the second of the night for the Rebels. Melville answered at 5:53 when Bailey Brayden scored on Rebels' Rae McClintock. But the first period was far from being over for the Rebels' relentless offence - at 3:23 deeking and dangling Teah Anderson dazzled the fans with a stunner she slipped past the Melville net-minder Breanne Sanson. Anderson was assisted by defensemen Erica Rieder and Hannah Heisler. And finally at 1:01 Frey scored her second from Perepeluk and Leah Bohlken making the first period score 4-1 Rebels.
Second period was much the same as the first period offensively with the added challenge of killing off 8 minutes of Rebel penalties. At 14:03 Rieder assisted Perepeluk in her second of the night, Wilyman scored unassisted at 6:57 on a power play and then at 3:20 Hannah Heisler batted one in assisted by Emma Waldenberger. Some excitement arose for Melville when they were awarded a penalty shot near the end of the 2nd period. Rebels' goaltender McClintock wasn't having any of that and easily cleaned up the crease while denying Melville's Theresa Lenkhart her opportunity to score on this penalty shot. The second period ended 7-1 Rebels.
The timekeeper had barely flipped the clock's switch starting the third period when, short-handed no less, Frey took her hat-trick at 19:00 minutes in. Then at 15:26, Alyssa Hein and Heisler got the puck to Waldenberger for her first of the night. Rebels' rookie offensive wingers Jyllelle Carpenter-Boesch and Vayda Kotyk handed the puck in sequence to rookie Kelsey Bohay for her first goal of the night. After killing off a couple more penalties and enjoying several power plays to finish off this game, Frey scored her 4th goal of the game from Perepeluk making the final score 11-1. Our Chelsea Perepeluk, recently back after briefly on the injury roster, was honoured by the Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire organization as one of the Stars of the Game. Congratulations Chelsea, great game! And congratulations Rebels on a well-played week-night match.
Next action for the Regina Rebels will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday this weekend, January 11, 12 and 13th when we play host to the first ever Rebels Summit Tournament. Please refer to the Summit tab of this website for the game times and locations.
The Rebels organization would like to welcome to Regina, the Saskatoon Stars, the Pembina Hawks from Manitoba and the Red Deer Sutter Chiefs from Alberta. We invite all our fans to come to the Cooperators and watch the tournament action and take part in our progressive 50/50 draw. Go Rebs Go!!
Rebels Continue Winning Streak
Saturday, January 5th, the Rebels hosted the Wildcats at the Cooperators Centre beating Swift Current 4-1. Rae McClintock denied the Wildcats advances on goal stopping 18 shots on net. Moriah Andrews saw 43 shots on goal allowing 4 goals. Emma Waldenberger strong-armed the Wildcats for 2 goals, Talia Terry and Kelsey Bohay picked up one goal each.
In Sunday's game The Rebels' consistent defensive wall kept shots on goal to a bare minimum of 8 shots for the entire game. Tatum Shand took the shutout while Moriah Andrews endured a 53 shot pelting. Sunday's game ended 3-0 for the Rebels. Hannah Heisler dropped 2 goals. Defenseman Leah Bohlken fired one past Andrews in the second period, Bohlken's 3rd goal of the regular season.
The Rebels play Wednesday, January 9th night in Melville against the Fox FM Prairie Fire.
Happy New Year!
Welcome back to Rebels' hockey. Please join the Regina Rebels in a two game series against Swift Current: Saturday, January 5th at 3:00 PM and Sunday, January 6th at 1:30 PM at the Cooperators Centre in Regina. The Rebels remain in 1st place and Swift Current is in 7th place.
Hannah Heisler, Teah Anderson and Emma Waldenberger are currently in the first, second and third place for points in the league while Tatum Shand and Rae McClintock hold first and second place in the goaltenders standings in the statistics race.
Weekend Play and Rock the Rink Huge Success
On December 21st and 22nd the Regina Rebels played a two-game series against the Saskatoon Stars maintaining their first place position in the Saskatchewan Female AAA League. Friday night, the Regina Rebels beat Saskatoon 6-1 in the first match. Samantha Ridgewell and Karlee Fetch split Stars' goal-tending duty seeing 43 Rebels' shots on goal while our Rae McClintock denied Saskatoon 18 shots.
Saturday night, December 22nd, the Rebels invited female players of all age divisions as well as Rebels' alumni to our annual Rock the Rink promotional event. Rock the Rink is a chance for the Rebels program to be showcased to all of Hockey Regina players from the female league and on the 22nd we hosted 8 teams of girls at this event. Along with the HRI teams, the many parents, coaches, alumni, friends and family in attendance made for a boisterous and energetic evening of hockey. The Rebels would like to thank the volunteers who organized Rock the Rink and all in attendance for cheering and supporting them.
Saturday's game was exciting! The Rebels beat the Stars 5-1 with single goals going to Nikki Watters-Matthes on power play, Teah Anderson, Kelsey Bohay, Talia Terry and Hannah Heisler on power play. Carisbrooke Macnab scored the single for Saskatoon. In net, Rebels Tatum Shand saw 17 shots on goal while Stars goaltending was split between Samantha Ridgewell and Karlee Fetch who saw 37 shots on goal combined.
The Rebels take a well-deserved break for Christmas and New Year's and then host Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats on Saturday, January 5th at 3:00 pm and on Sunday, January 6th at 1:30 pm.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and Happy Holidays from your Regina Rebels!!
Rebels Take First Place in League
On Wednesday night, December 19th, it seemed that the Fox FM Prairie Fire couldn't tune it's channel to meet the the wave of scoring offense from the Regina Rebels. Nice work by Rebels' offense brought 8 goals to 7 of our offensive players: Delaney Frey scored 2 goals, Emma Waldenberger, Nikki Watters-Matthes, Melissa Muray, Teah Anderson, Kelsey Bohay and Andie Wilyman all scoring singles. Rebels' goaltender Tatum Shand got the shut-out with 15 shots on goal, while net time was split between Nicole Clay and Breanna Sanson of the Prairie Fire who saw 45 shots on goal. The final score was 8-0 for the Rebels.
Rebels Dominate Two Game Series
Saturday and Sunday began the fishing season at the Cooperators Centre when the Battlefords Sharks entered Rebels infested waters giving up both games of a 2-game series.
Saturday, December 15th, scorekeepers were kept busy in the match ending 12-0 when the Rebels defeated the Sharks in game one. The Rebels dozen was made up of: a hat trick for Teah Anderson, a pair for Hannah Heisler and Delaney Frey; singles for Nikki Watters-Matthes, Erica Rieder, Leah Bohlken, Vayda Kotyk and Emma Waldenberger.
Rookie goalie Tatum Shand had the shutout with 14 saves. Jacy Akre and Rachel Mitchell split time in the Shark net stopping 39 shots.
Sunday, December 16th, in a matinee match up, the Rebels won 2-1. Waldenberger and rookie Andie Wilyman scored for the Rebels; Morgan Lamontagne scored for the Sharks. Akre made 44 saves while Rae McClintock stopped 12.
The Rebels are next on the ice Wednesday night at 7:45 at the Co-operators Centre against the Melville Fox FM Prairie Fire.
Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament: Day 4
On the final day of the tournament the Regina Rebels played St. Albert Slash for the B side Championship. In the first period rookie Vayda Kotyk put one in for the Rebels. Ashley Morin answered with a goal from the Slash in the second period and then several minutes went by with Rebels' defense turning it on to shut down the Slash's strong offense. Back and forth play ensued until the Rebels gained a few offensive break-throughs leading to two quick goals by Hannah Heisler and Emma Waldenberger within the last minute of play of the 3rd Period.
Taking part in the Rebels' victory, Rae McClintock was in net and stopped 20 shots to Kaelin Klim's 16 stops in the net for the Slash.
The Rebels next game will be Saturday, December 15th against North Battleford - puck drop 4:30 PM at the Cooperators Centre.
Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament: Day 3
Back in action this morning, the Rebels penned up the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox. Opening the scoring for the Rebels was rookie Vayda Kotyk followed by Delaney Frey and Chelsea Perepeluk. Shots on goal were 50 to 13 in favour of the Rebels demonstrating the defensive strength of the team once again.
Tonight join us to see the following Rebels in Skills Competition at Notre Dame: Missy Murray competing in Accuracy Shooting, Rae McClintock in Shoot-out Goaltending, Nikki Watters-Mathes, Hannah Heisler, and Teah Anderson competing in Shoot Out, and rookie Kelsey Bohay competing in Fastest Skater. We know you'll make us all proud! Go Rebels!
The Rebels will play for 5th place on Sunday at 1:00 pm in Wilcox.
Mandy Schwartz Memorial Tournament: Day 2
It was a day for the early bird but who wants a worm when you can take home another Rebels win and a shutout for your goaltender rookie Tatum Shand! In the Rebels' game 2 of the Mandy Schwartz Tournament Hannah Heisler scored on Calgary Flames' Alicia Anderson. Anderson stopped 37 Rebels' shots on goal while our Tatum Shand stopped 12.
The game ended with a tempting opportunity for rookie Kelsey Bohay who couldn't resist the empty net goal making the final score 2-0 Rebels. Great job to all the Rebels for taking home a win on such an early morning.
Game 3 is tonight at Notre Dame versus Warner - 6:00 PM.
Mandy Schwartz Memorial Tournament: Day 1
High speed, keen effort and outstanding talent visited the Milestone Memorial Arena this afternoon when your Regina Rebels met and tied the St. Mary's Flames in their first game of the Mandy Schwartz Memorial Tournament. In an impassioned match where shots on goal ended at 27 to 17 in favour of the Rebels, the tournament began.
Chelsea Perepeluk and Emma Waldenberger scored singles for the Rebels while Jordyn Zacharias and Randi Marcon scored for the Flames making the game's final score 2-2. Rae McClintock was in goal against St. Mary's Flames.
Friday's schedule includes: Rebels vs the Calgary Flyers at 8 am in Milestone and Rebels vs the Warner Warriors at 6 pm in Notre Dame Arena.
Rebels Capture First Place in the SFMAAAHL League
The Regina Rebels won both games in a home-and-home series this weekend against the Weyburn Southern Range Gold Wings in regular season Midget AAA Hockey League action. With the wins, the Rebels move into first place ahead Prince Albert and Weyburn.
The Rebels beat the Gold Wings 4-0 on Saturday at the Cooperator's Centre. Rae McClintock recorded the shutout with 17 saves while veteran goaltender Jane Kish made 18 saves for the Weyburn squad. Talia Terry scored a deuce along with Emma Waldenberger's and Teah Anderson's singles.
Regina won again on Sunday with a final score of 4-1 in Weyburn. Hannah Heisler scored two for the Rebels; Anderson and Melissa Murray also scored. Tessa Wilson scored the lone goal for the Gold Wings on Rebels goaltender Tatum Shand who recorded the win with 15 saves. Taelor Bayda stopped 34 of our shots for Weyburn.
The Rebels look forward to a busy tournament weekend coming up at the Mandi Schwartz Classic Notre Dame Tournament. Their first game is Thursday at 1:00 pm against the St. Mary’s Titans. Check out the Rebels' Schedule tab for future game times and locations.
Our next promotional event is the "Rock the Rink" night which is on Saturday, December 22nd at 4:30 pm. Information on Rock the Rink can be found at: http://www.sfmaaahl.com
Rebels Weekend Action vs Weyburn
Rebels Social Time
(Delaney, Vayda and Talia off to high school football banquet)
Rebels Capture Win at Notre Dame
Wednesday, November 28th the Notre Dame hounds couldn't skate, shoot or paw their way out of the deep hole dug by your Regina Rebels on Hounds' home ice. Rookie Vayda Kotyk lead the scoring followed by rookie defenseman Leah Bohlken. Veteran centre Teah Anderson continued her scoring trend with 2 goala by the game's end. Hounds' Olivia Ellis scored the only goal for Notre Dame; the final score was 4-1 Rebels. Once again the Rebels took the lead in shots on goal with 32 fired at Laura Wiebe, while the Hounds shot 17 on our rookie goaltender Tatum Shand.
Join your Regina Rebels at the Cooperators Centre on Saturday, December 1st versus the Weyburn Golden Wings at 3:00 pm.
The Regina Rebels split today at the Minnesota Thoroughbreds Thanksgiving Tournament. In the morning, the Rebels lost to the Shaftesbury Titans 4 goals to 0. Tatum Shand was the Rebels' net-minder today.
In the evening, the Rebels rallied and defeated the Chicago Young Americans 1 goal to 0. Talia Terry scored the game winner and only goal for the Rebels in this match. The Rebels hurled 49 shots against a busy Young American goaltender Alanna Serviss. Our Rae McClintock saved 19 shots and took the shutout.
Final Day and a Long Ride Home
This morning the Rebels finished the Minnesota Thoroughbred Tournament with a 2 - 0 victory over the Capitals of Madison Wisconsin (www.madcapgirls.com
). Goal scorers were Emma Waldenberger and Teah Anderson. Tatum Shand got the shutout in goal with 14 saves today.
Out of a total of 16 elite teams, Regina finished the tournament with a 3 and 1 record ending in 5th place overall. The girls should be proud of their showing. Thanks so much for all the help and support from the team staff and the attending parents who made the weekend a success. Great job Rebels and families!
You can take in a Regina Rebels next game this Wednesday at Notre Dame in Wilcox - 8:00 pm puck drop.
Black Friday Match a Great "Deal" for Rebels
Our Regina Rebels played late in Day 1 of the Minnesota Thoroughbreds' 2012 Thanksgiving Tournament. In the Rebels' opening match versus Manitoba's Yellowhead Chiefs, Emma Waldenberger opened up the scoring in the first period. Besides Waldenberger, both Hannah Heisler with one and Teah Anderson with 2 goals bested the Chiefs' goaltender. The Chiefs' goalie held out 23 shots on goal to Rebels' goalie Rae McClintock's 6. The game was decidedly our victory ending 4-1 for the Rebels.
Saturday's games will see the Rebels square off in 2 games versus Shaftsberry, a prep school from Manitoba, and the Chicago Young Americans.
Go Rebs Go!
After a scoreless first period Wednesday night (November 14th), the Regina Rebels came out to extinguish the Melville Fire. Veteran Teah Anderson along with rookies Jylelle Carpenter-Boesch and Vayda Kotyk scored for the Rebels. Rebel rookie net-minder Tatum Shand stopped 15 shots for the Rebels. Brianna Sanson, Melville Fire goalie, kept out 39 shots. The Regina Rebels will be off to Minneapolis Minnesota on Thursday for a 3 day tournament hosted by the Minnesota Thoroughbreds. We wish the players, coaches, management staff and accompanying parents a safe trip. Cheer loudly for all the Rebel fans who aren't able to be there. Go Rebels Go!!
Mark your calendars: the next Rebels' home game will be Saturday, December 1st at 3 pm against the Weyburn Gold Wings.
Rebels now dressed head to toe
Rebels Showing in Prince Albert a Mixed Bag
On Friday, October 26th, 2012 the Regina Rebels travelled to take on the P. A. A&W Bears in Melfort for the first game of a weekend double header that saw them take home 3 out of a possible 4 points overall. P. A., a strong opponent, came out ready to play making the victory a challenging one. Eventually the game was ours: Talia Terry, Teah Anderson, Chelsea Perepeluk and Delaney Frey scored singles while Tylor Lindsay dropped one for P. A. Bear’s goalie Jessica Vance stopped 25 shots and our Tatum Shand denied 18 shots for the Rebels.
Then on Saturday, October 27th, the Rebels played P. A. in Prince Albert. This too was an eventful match ending 3-2 in a shootout! Unfortunately, victory eluded our Regina team. Emma Waldenberger and Hannah Heisler scored for the Rebels. Scoring for P. A. was Kelly Regnier and Kaitlin Willoughby. Overtime was scoreless, then in the shootout Willoughby scored as well as Lindsay. Goaltender Vance stopped 36 shots in net for the Bears while our Rebel Rae McClintock stopped 19 shots.
Home games return us to the Cooperators on November 14th at 7:45 p.m. against the Melville Prairie Fire.
Thanks so much to all the Rebel Volunteer parents for travelling a long ways and feeding, coaching and managing the girls all weekend.
Stars Extinguished by Rebels' Roadtrip Sweep
The twinkle went out on the Saskatoon Stars this past weekend when our Regina Rebels travelled to challenge Saskatoon on their own ice. During Saturday's evening game the Rebels pummelled Stars goalie Samantha Ridgewell with 37 shots earning them 3 goals. Rebels scoring trio was Teah Anderson, Hannah Heisler, and Emma Waldenberger. Rebels netminder Tatum Shand stopped 15 shots and Hayley Tyndall scored Saskatoon's lone goal.
On Sunday, October 21st, the Rebels trio of Waldenberger, Heisler and Anderson continued their scoring streak during the Rebels' matinee victory ending 4-1. Emma Waldenberger drilled in 2 goals along with singles from Hannah Heisler and Teah Anderson. Kori Herner scored the single for Saskatoon. Goalie Rae McClintock denied Saskatoon's scoring attempts stopping 23 shots while Saskatoon goaltender Samantha Ridgewell stopped 26.
The wins in Saskatoon this past weekend earned our Regina Rebels a 5-0 record in the Saskatchewan Midget Female AAA Hockey League. SMFAAAL stats on all the league players and teams can be found at: http://www.sfmaaahl.com
The Regina Rebels continue on the road next weekend when they meet the Prince Albert A&W Bears in Melfort Friday night at 7:30. The players, coaches and management staff would like to thank all the parents who volunteered for duties on the Saskatoon trip.
Rebels' Accomplishments Go Beyond the Rink
The Regina Rebels hockey team is an organization that prides itself on our players achieving exemplary standards and accomplishments both on and off the ice. Last week at the Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School academic awards night, Rebel Eleanor Lekach received high accolades for her incredible academic achievements. Lekach, a second year defenseman with the Rebels, earned highest marks in individual course awards for Physics 20, History 10, AP English 10(A and B), Math Foundations 20 and highest average overall for Grade 10 and for the Grade 10 French Immersion program with an average of 96.9%. The Rebels staff and players congratulate Eleanor on her hard work and academic achievements.
On a blustery Wednesday night in Regina, our Rebels chained up the Notre Dame hounds at the Cooperators Arena. After 2 periods of play it seemed like the night would end in a one-all tie even though the shots on goal were decidedly in our favour. However, there would be relief followed by a solid lead for the Rebels with 2 goals in the third period. Scoring goals for the Rebels were Kelsey Bohay, Hannah Heisler and Emma Waldenberger. Notre Dame Hound Maeve McGauley scored the lone goal for her squad. Goaltender Rae McClintock saved 17 shots while Hounds' goalie Summer Roberts saw a whopping 40 shots come her way.
The Regina Rebels would like to thank all fans in attendance of Wednesday's game. The team goes on the road to meet the Saskatoon Stars on Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Saskatoon is currently 2 and 0 sitting third in league standings behind the Regina Rebels.