Game Report 1049 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship
PLAYED AT: HarborCenter - Rink 1
Date: Jan 11, 2015
GAME NOTES: CANADA TO PLAY FOR U18 WORLDS GOLD AFTER SEMIFINAL WIN MORGAN BELL BUFFALO, N.Y. – Shae Labbe (Calgary, Alta./Warner School, JWHL) scored with just over six minutes left in the second period to give Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team the lead for good as the Canadians earned a spot in the gold medal game at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship with a 3-1 semifinal win over Russia on Sunday afternoon. Canada will face winner of the United States-Czech Republic semifinal in Monday’s final (7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT), which can be seen live through a FASTHockey webcast at www.fasthockey.com. Labbe added an assist for a two-point game, Sarah Potomak (Aldergrove, B.C./Pursuit of Excellence, Midget AAA) had a goal and an assist and Jaycee Gebhard (Plenty, Sask./Notre Dame, PWHL) also scored. Russia got off to a fast start, going ahead just over a minute into the first period after Fanuza Kadirova beat Marlène Boissonnault (Dundee, N.B./Rothesay Netherwood School, CAHS) on the breakaway for a quick 1-0 lead. Gebhard put Canada on the board and tied the game at 15:36 of the first, banging home a Lindsay Agnew (Oakville, Ont./Mississauga, PWHL) rebound from just outside the crease. The goal was long overdue, as Canada dominated in the offensive zone – outshooting the Russians 22-2 in the opening frame. The Canadians continued to apply pressure in the second, and were rewarded at 13:35 when Labbe converted the rebound of an Élizabeth Giguère (Quebec City, Que./Limoilou, CEGEP) shot for Canada’s first lead. Russian goaltender Valeria Tarakanova was the story through two periods, making 36 saves as the Canadians held a 38-8 advantage in shots on goal after 40 minutes. Potomak added insurance just past the six-minute mark of the third period, taking a feed from Labbe and beating Tarakanova over the glove. Boissonnault was at her busiest in the third period, making 10 of her 17 stops, while Tarakanova stopped 12 of 13 in the third period, and 48 of 51 overall. It is the second year in a row Canada has beat the Russians in the semifinals at the world championship; eight months ago in Budapest, Hungary, Canadian captain Lauren Wildfang was the overtime hero in a 1-0 win.
Visiting Team: Russia
Home Team: Canada
RUSSIA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G Tarakanova, Valeria
G30  Kondakova, Yelizaveta
  Ganeyeva, Liana
  Kadirova, Fanuza
  Klimkina, Anna
  Lobova, Yekaterina
  Gimazetdinova, Alesya
  Kanayeva, Diana
  Zubok, Daria
  Pirogova, Nina
 10  Vodopyanova, Yelena
 11  Rakhimova, Alsu
 12  Verkhovtseva, Karina
 13  Falyakhova, Landysh
 14  Teryoshkina, Daria
 15  Likhachyova, Yekaterina
 16  Yumaguzhina, Regina
 18  Korotkikh, Kristina
 19  Shokhina, Anna
 21  Gamova, Maria
 22  Chistyakova, Anastasia
 23  Seredina, Daria
 24  Bolgareva, Polina
 25  Shtaryova, Alevtina
 26  Dobrodeyeva, Yekaterina
 27  Bobrova, Svetlana
 28  Dorofeyeva, Margarita
RUSSIA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st24 2:00 (auto) Interference minor 6:401 6:4015:20
1st14 2:00 (auto) Cross-Checking minor 17:311 17:314:29
2nd28 2:00 (auto) Interference minor 4:431 4:4317:17
2nd25 2:00 Tripping minor 6:351 6:3515:25
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
CANADA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G Boissonnault, Marlène
G29  Jackson, Carly
G30  Campbell, Kristen
  O’Neill, Kristin
  Eastwood, Lindsay
  Hunt, Melissa
  Gebhard, Jaycee
  Zandee-Hart, Micah
  Sucharda, Stephanie
 10  Giguère, Élizabeth
 14  Labbe, Shae
 15  Houston, Ryleigh
 17  Cogan, Samantha
 18  Quaranta, Sarah
 19  Agnew, Lindsay
 21  Higham, Christian
 22  Matteau, Alyson
 23  McGill, Rhyen
 24  Coutu-Godbout, Sarah-Eve
 25  Tse, Kaitlin
 26  Potomak, Sarah
 27  Pozzebon, Josiane
 28  Field, Madison
   
   
   
   
CANADA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st23 2:00 Slashing minor 4:431 4:4317:17
2nd22 2:00 Tripping minor 6:131 6:1315:47
3rd25 2:00 (auto) Body Checking minor 1:191 1:190:41
3rd10 2:00 Tripping minor 8:241 8:2413:36
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
RUSSIA Goals RUSSIA PLAYERS (plus) CANADA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st1:18  3-13            
                
                
CANADA Goals CANADA PLAYERS (plus) RUSSIA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st15:36  6-19            
2nd13:35  14-10-26            
3rd6:26  26-14            
POWER PLAY OPPORTUNITIES
RUSSIA 0 / 4
CANADA 0 / 4
PENALTY SUMMARY
RUSSIA 8 min / 4 inf
CANADA 8 min / 4 inf
POINT SUMMARY
RUSSIA 1 G + 1 A = 2 Pts
CANADA 3 G + 4 A = 7 Pts
SCORING 1 2 3 Total
RUSSIA1001
CANADA1113
GOALTENDER/SAVES (Time) 1 2 3 Tot. On Off
RUS - Tarakanova (60:00) (L)21151248/0:003rd/20:00
CAN - Boissonnault (60:00) (W)161017/0:003rd/20:00
Stars of the Game TIME OF GAME:
  -  Start: 3:00 PM
  -  End: 3:00 PM
  -  Attendance:
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CERTIFIED CORRECT
 


This report has been checked and verified against the Official IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship Game Report.