The women’s hockey, as we know, is in full progress. And it arouses more and more interest also. In fact, there were more people in the stands of the ice than in those of mirrors B and C, on Wednesday evening, while the Bad Girls Yamaska-Missisquoi fought the Elites of the eastern Townships in class AA women’s Tournament bantam de Granby.
But now, the representatives of the region have not made the weight against the Elite, mainly made up of players of the sectors of Drummondville, and of the Mauricie region, who have easily won 9-1 in the first game of the women’s class.
“Our worst game of the season, has launched the coach of the Bad Girls, Benoit Pitre. The girls are disappointed, they would have liked to do better in front of parents and friends, but it didn’t work. “
The Bad Girls, despite all their good will, do not have a season easy, point. They have only one victory in 21 games in the regular season, they have added two wins in tournaments. But the heart is there. No, they never gave up on Wednesday.
“We have five girls, four who play with the boys in the bantam BB and another who plays in the bantam B also with the guys, who should be here, with us, has taken up Pitre. Let’s say that our associations do not help us always… “
But word of coach Pitre, the Bad Girls have progressed since the start of the season. It has not necessarily appeared in the face of the Elites, but they are making progress, he swears.
“The important thing is to keep the morale. The defeats pile up, and it is hard. But it is necessary to continue having fun. “
Maricka Mailly was the only scorer of the Bad Girls. With three goals and as many assists, Audrey Massicotte has had a lot of fun in the camp of the winners.
The Bad Girls team will compete against the swiss education Saturday morning.
The Eagles perfect in the A
In boys, class A, Eagles of Granby have completed the preliminary phase of the tournament with a third victory in as many games, the ones who have crushed the Gunners Chambly 9-2.
Anthony Dodier, with a hat trick, and Samuel Won, with three assists, led the attack of the victors. With two goals, Jeffrey Pontbriand has also had a big game.
The Rockies Bromont have added a second win to their record in whitening the Eagles (3) St. John’s 6-0. Noah Charbonneau, the son of the ex-football player Steve Charbonneau, and of the minister Isabelle Charest, has managed two goals and one while Arnaud Ostiguy, him, earned the shutout.