Thunder Bay Queens Season Comes to Close

Thunder Bay Queens Womeen's Hockey

TORONTO – The Thunder Bay Queens season came to a close Saturday at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association provincial championships in Toronto.

The Goldcorp midget A side finished up their 2015-16 campaign with a narrow 3-2 loss vs. the Markham-Stouffville Stars.

Jessie Page and Allyson Lesperance tallied for Thunder Bay in defeat while Cameron Ivall was in goal.

As for the RBC Dominion Securities bantam AA Queens then began the day with a 3-0 victory over the Nepean Wildcats before dropping a narrow 1-0 decision to the Stoney Creek Sabres in a play-in game with a berth to the quarter-finals on the line.

In the win over Nepean, the contest was scoreless into the third before the Queens stuck three times in the third to secure the decision.

Mackenzie Lehto, Lucy Newman and Brynne Lambert notched the markers for Thunder Bay while Josée Robinson posted the shutout.

Against Stoney Creek, the Sabres scored the lone goal of the contest in the first and held on from there for the triumph.

Robinson suffered the setback in net for Thunder Bay.

Team tryouts for the 2016-17 season will commence May 7-8 for the midget AA and bantam AA teams and May 14-15 for the midget A and bantam A squads.

All ice sessions will be hold at Fort William First Nation Arena.

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