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National Champions were crowned & all-stars were named at Canadian Ringette Championships in Regina

The stands were packed, and the energy was high as the skates hit the ice our first game of this

championship day. Team Prince Edward Island won out against QC2-Québec 2-1 to take the

gold medal in the consolation final. Moving on to the championship round, the AB2-St Albert

Mission beat AB3 Calgary CORE 3-2 to take the U16 bronze medal. The U16 gold medal match

was an absolute thriller, with some excellent end-to-end play, by the time the final whistle

blew, team New Brunswick had clearly asserted their dominance, and took the gold medal over

Team AB1 – Team Alberta by a score of 6-2.

The U19s were on ice next, starting with the consolation final. Team New Brunswick defeated

ON2 Waterloo Wildfire by a score of 3-2 to take the consolation gold. Over to the championship

round where the bronze medal match saw two Alberta teams going head-to-head. AB3 Alberta

FUSION won out, defeating AB1-Team Alberta by a score of 3-2 to take the bronze medal. The

gold medal game was another electrifying match up featuring AB2 Sone 2 Blaze and AB4 - St.

Albert Mission. When the curtain fell, the Mission took gold 8-1 and the Blaze had to settle for

the silver medal.

photo by Andre Vandal of NRL Edmonton WAM! athlete Annie Debaji

The National Ringette League was last up on the docket. In the consolation round, the gold was

given to the Nepean Ravens, who downed the Edmonton Black Gold Rush by a score of 5-4. The

bronze medal went home with the Calgary RATH as they downed the Waterloo Wildfire 4-1.

The gold medal match was another high-level game. The Edmonton WAM! were looking to

continue their fine form in this tournament against the Montreal Mission. The game was

exhilarating and the Edmonton WAM! took home the gold and won out over the Mission by a

score of 7-4.

Agnes Jacks True Sport awards were presented in each division to teams who demonstrated

the best sportsmanship throughout the tournament. Winners included AB2-St Albert Mission in

the U16 division, Team Alberta FUSION in the U19 division and Calgary RATH in the National

Ringette League division.

All-Star line-ups were named in each division.

Second line all-stars were:


Offence/Offense - ON1-Team Ontario #3 - Jenna Martin

Offence/Offense - NB1 - Team New Brunswick #22 Audree LeBlanc

Offence/Offense - AB2- St. Albert Mission #16 Kylie Stolk

Defence / Défense - AB1-Team Alberta #21 Rowan Cameron

Defence / Défense - QC2 - Lac St. Louis #88 Hillary Bolduc

Goalie / de but - AB2 - St. Albert Mission #31 - Alysa Carew


Offence/Offense : AB3-FUSION- Mia Hemstreet

Offence/Offense : SK1-Team Saskatchewan- Lauren Schoenhofen

Offence/Offense : ON 2-Waterloo Wildfire -Jace Cormier

Defence/Défense : AB2-Zone 2 Blaze - Cailyn Bevis

Defence/Défense : QC1-Équipe Québec -Charlie K. Martel

Goalie/ de but - SK1 Saskatchewan - Maddie Nystrom


Offence/Offense : Atlantic Attack - Brittany Snowden

Offence/Offense : CambridgeTurbos - Paige Lanteigne

Offence/Offense : Waterloo Wildfire - Kelsey Youldon

Defence/Défense : Rive Sud Revolution - Lauriane Alain

Defence/Défense : Julie Vandal - Gatineau Fusion

Goalie/ de but : Brea Beck - Calgary Rath

First line all-stars were:


Offence/Offense - AB1-Team Alberta #14 Leah Schmidt

Offence/Offense - NB1 - Team New Brunswick #8 Ashley Bourgeois

Offence/Offense - AB4 - Zone 2 Blaze #8 Madison Rice

Defence / Défense - BC1 - Team B.C. #8 Nerissa Beeby

Defence / Défense - AB1-Team Alberta #4 Danae Funnel

Goalie / de but - NB1 - Team New Brunswick #31 Noemie Morin


First all star line:

Offence/Offense :AB4 - Jasmin Fevin

Offence/Offense : ON3 - Morgan Forrest

Offence/Offense : AB 1 - Regan Meier

Defence/Défense :QC - Maude Ouelette

Defence/Défense : AB 3 - Kaylee Armstrong

Goalie/ de but : AB 4 -St Albert Mission AbbyRuth Gering


First all star line:

Offence/Offense : Montreal Mission - Megane Fortin

Offence/Offense : Edmonton WAM! - Gillian Dreger

Offence/Offense : Atlantic Attack - Jenny Snowden

Defence/Défense : Edmonton WAM! - Melissa Mitsuka

Defence/Défense : Edmonton WAM! - Annie Debaji

Goalie/ de but : Waterloo Wildfire - Cam Schnnar

The National Ringette League (NRL) also presented its awards at the CRC 2023 closing banquet.

Trophies were presented in the following categories:

Rookie of the Year (the most outstanding player in their first year of NRL competition)

Erin Ung – Calgary RATH

Most Valuable Player (the player judged to be the most valuable to their team)

Kaitlyn Youldon – Calgary RATH

Top Centre (the most outstanding player that played predominantly the centre position)

Molly Lewis – Nepean Ravens

Top Forward (the most outstanding player that played predominantly forward position)

Britney Snowdon – Atlantic Attack

Top Defense (the most outstanding player that played predominantly the defense position)

Melissa Misutka – Edmonton WAM!

Top Goalkeeper (the most outstanding goalkeeper)

Laurie St-Pierre – Rive Sud Revolution

Coaching Staff of the Year (the most outstanding coaching staff group of the year, this award is

voted on by the teams)

Calgary RATH – Head Coach -Barb Bautista

Assistant Coaches Nicole Prokop & Dallas Robbins and trainer Jeffery Ung

NRL Top Scorer

Jenny Snowdon – Atlantic Attack

NRL Scoring Champion

Britney Snowdon – Atlantic Attack

Volunteer of the Year

Darrin Kruger (Saskatchewan Heat)

Congratulations to all the winners and to all the teams for some exceptional skill throughout

the week.

And a big thank you to all of our coaches, trainers, officials, volunteers, host committee

members, parents, grandparents and those supporting ringette all over the world this week by

tuning in to our YouTube channel and TELUS’s Optik TV network

If you missed anything you can catch up on the games on the Ringette Canada YouTube

For more information on the event, including links to rosters, schedules, standings and stats can

be found at



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