Canadian Ringette Championship

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Canadian Ringette Championship 2024

Meet our Teams: 

"Dedicated and Driven. This talented group of 15 athletes have had their eye on the prize of representing the West Ottawa Ringette Association as Team Ontario at this year's national competition since team inception one year ago. They demonstrated their commitment early on by participating in a preseason event in Calgary, and subsequently, never settled for less than 4th place at every single event they competed in (clinching 3 gold medals and a bronze along the way). Off ice, they have deepened their team bond by engaging in community events (creating items for the "shoebox project") and many of the athletes have been volunteer coaches with the association. For this team, ringette feels like more than sport: it is friendships, playing for each other, building trust and lifelong memories. Team Ontario 2023-24 will proudly reflect these values on and off the ice at this year's national competition. They are looking forward to high level competition at the CRC, meeting and cheering for athletes across the country, and to experiencing everything Dieppe NB has to offer. Girls- your fans, friends and families are so proud of you!!!!"
"Despite originating from 8 different teams and a 160km radius, these 16 players have formed a strong bond of unity, dedication, and shared purpose. Each player brings a unique set of skills, experiences, and perspectives, boosting the team’s overall abilities. Through several challenges, they’ve forged friendships as strong as the steel of their blades. Their journey perfectly showcases the beauty of sportsmanship, demonstrating that when individuals set aside all else and come together with a common goal, they can achieve greatness as one on the ice.
With the entire group attending CRC's for the first time, the girls are looking forward to the thrill of facing top competition, the opportunity to showcase their skills on a National stage and the chance with continue their bond with teammates along with new friendships with fellow competitors who share their passion for the sport."
"The Richmond Hill U16AA team is made up of 15 athletes who have come together from 4 different associations (Barrie, Newmarket, Markham and Richmond Hill) for a great season.  The team immediately bonded and became teammates at the kickoff BBQ ad scavenger hunt.   Throughout the year the team has grown and improved their physical and mental skill level and understanding of the game.  The team has found success at all tournaments and league play.  Results from the 4 regular season tournaments were as follows, 

Oshawa Tournament - Silver vs Rive Sud (QC-1)

Nepean Tournament - Silver vs West Ottawa (ON-1)

Ajax Tournament - Gold vs Nepean

Richmond Hill Tournament - Gold vs Burlington

Ontario Provincials - Bronze vs Kitchener

The team also had great success throughout the year in their regular GLRL (Great Lakes Ringette League) winning the league with a 16-2-2 record.  The team is most proud of having a plus 72 on goals for vs goals against in regular season play.    This is a testament to their offensive scoring power as well as solid defensive play.

The road to the CRCs was not an easy one, despite our team record.  Our ranking games at the Ajax tournament did not go in our favor. The team was able to show great resilience and determination and finished the tournament with the gold.   We went into the provincials, ranked 5th in the province, playing against the top 3 ranked teams in round robin.  As provincials are it was mentally and physically intense however once again they persevered and ended up in 2nd place after the round robin games losing our only round robin game by 1 goal.  Although we lost the semis to West Ottawa in a mentally tough game, the girls rallied together and came out strong in the bronze medal game and winning in Overtime to clinch their well-deserved spot at CRCs.

The team is very excited to be at CRC-24. The players look forward to taking in the full experience and enjoying all things that CRC-24 represents, from making new friends to playing at the highest level of competition in Canada.  The Richmond Hill Lightning U16AA are proud to represent their Province, Region and Home Association."

"Ajax Pickering U19AA is proud to represent Ontario as Team Ontario for a back-to-back season at the 2024 CRCs! 
This is the first time that a team from our association has won AA provincials two years in a row, and we could not be more excited to make our association proud. Hard-working, dedicated, passionate and committed are all words that can be used to describe the athletes and coaching staff on this team. We are very happy to say that we achieved our team goal of coming top 3 in the province, and have been working as hard as we can to ensure we can perform to the best of our abilities against teams from across the country! 
We are looking forward to competing on a National-level stage alongside the best players and coaches in the country. CRCs unlocks a whole new-level of competition, passion, and fun, and we are so grateful to have the opportunity to experience it in Dieppe. We are also grateful our season gets to be extended past provincials so we have more time to make life-long memories with our teammates!"
"Going into provincials, we were ranked 9th, but ended up finishing 2nd. This was due to our drive, motivation and perseverance. Before attending provincials, we came together and discussed our team “identity”. Each player wrote down a word on a cue card that resonated with them when it comes to playing the sport we love. By the end, the word the team decided on is trust. We now have a poster with the word trust written on it, along with other quotes that meant something to us; which we now bring to every game and hang up on the inside of our change room. Many players touch the sign before leaving the change room to remind themselves that trust is one of the core parts of our team. We are made up of different associations but we all share the same amount of determination and a common goal. We were able to come together as a team and build a bond, which we believe to be the reason for our great success. Over the course of this season, we’ve spent a lot of time together; watching and analyzing our games, and also making time to create meaningful relationships amongst each other. All the time we’ve spent together has allowed us to develop chemistry on and off the ice, which creates an uplifting environment, as well as a positive attitude towards the game and each other. A few of our members participated in The Ontario Winter Games and proudly represented GCRA. Tia Flynn-Mantyla and Thalia Nalley played for team green and were able to win the first place medal. Maya Howard and Avery Krajewski from team orange acquired a silver medal, and finally, Kate Mcdonald and Abbi Beck with the bronze. We were able to accomplish things together and apart, which made us a stronger team. Also, an honorable mention, Maya Howard, Geneviève Robichaud and Morgan Forrest, who attended the Team Canada U18 development program. GCRA’s U19AA team is made up of talented and skilled athletes, as well as an incredible group of girls."

"It seems like it’s been a long journey at times, with the disappointment of missing last year’s CRC’s make it seem like it has taken two years to get to the National finals. This season began with a trip to Calgary for their annual “Ring it On” tournament. Continuing after that, the Team competed in the LERQ, a league comprised of the U19AA Teams from Quebec. The result would be a 3rd place overall finish. Along the way, two gold medals and one silver medal  in various tournaments, and of course a Bronze medal finish at Provincials 
earning a spot as Ontario 3.
At the beginning of the 2023/24 season, the Team dealt with the passing of “Coach Grandpa” Bill Hubbs. The memory of the beloved Coach has provided inspiration and the Team wears a special reminder with their heart shaped “BH” helmet stickers. His daughter assistant coach Carrie Lindsay and granddaughter Team Captain Danika Lindsay continue the many years of the Hubbs family’s involvement in the sport of Ringette. 
The Team is looking forward to competing against the best Teams in the Country, getting reacquainted with some competitors from over the years, making new friends along the way and visiting New Brunswick and the Moncton area."
"Despite being one of the youngest teams in the league, Nepean NRL puts up a fight each and every game. The team is composed of players from the Ottawa and Waterloo-Kitchen regions who are finishing up their post secondary education or are young professionals. Outside of the rink, you can find them playing modified handball or at the Karaoke bar. The team is looking forward to its third nationals as an NRL team and can’t wait to put their hard work into action."
"As we eagerly anticipate the 2024 Nationals, the competition in the NRL division couldn't be tighter, making every game a great challenge. With the championship up for grabs, our team is gearing up to hit the ice with determination and passion. We're driven by the desire to bring home a medal this year, and we're ready to give it our all to make our city proud. Get ready for an unforgettable journey as we strive to leave our mark on the national stage."
"We are the Cambridge Turbos NRL team! Our team is made up of all different ages and we all come from different areas from around Ontario but together we are one Team, one Unit, a Family. We have been training hard all season and we are ready to hit the ice running at Nationals! Come on out to watch our games and cheer us on at Nationals and if you’re not there you can catch the action online! If you see athletes and coaches walking around in all orange at nationals come on up and say hi. And remember: Any given Sunday! TURBO CHARGE!!"

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