WORLD GIRLS' Hockey Weekend, News (TCDMHA)

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Oct 12, 2013 | Vonnie Crawford | 2535 views
WORLD GIRLS' Hockey Weekend
Congratulations to Gabby McNabb and Brontae Frook who will be representing TCDMHA Rebels and the OWHA in the World Girls Hockey Weekend.  Gabby will be playing for OWHA White, and Brontae will play for -  OWHA RED

The OWHA will join in the celebration of World Hockey Weekend with the girls of all ages playing consecutive games.  Gabby and Brontae will participate in the PeeWee age group with the game starting at 12:00pm in Brampton.

Now in its third season, the IIHF has developed World Girls’ Hockey Weekend to help grow the women’s game at all levels, and in all participating countries.

In Canada, this year’s event includes the new Long Game Initiative, which features four of the longest-running female games ever running from the east to west coast. In total, 1,584 players on 88 teams will play in 44 games across the country, which will run continuously at the Atom, Peewee, Bantam and Midget levels. The first puck drop is set for 7 a.m. NT in Mount Pearl, N.L., and the final face-off is at 4 p.m. PT in Parksville, B.C

Best friends off the ice, on opposing teams on the ice
with all that REBEL power they put one on each team

TEAM WHITE is Leading 18-14 when PeeWee Girls left Ontario and moved to Manitoba

Angela James with Gabby & Brontae

Angela James became one of the first two women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. She was a member of the Team Canadas that won IIHF Women’s World Championships in 1990, 1992, 1994 and 1997. 


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