Washington Wild female hockey 19U AA and 14U AA teams win MLK Tournament

Friday, January 27, 2017

14UAA Team

The Washington Wild 19U and 14U Rep AA teams from the Western Washington Female Hockey Association won the 14th Annual 2017 MLK Girls / Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament Championship title in San Jose, California January 13-16 in their respective age groups!

19UAA Team

The Washington Wild 19U Rep AA team won gold by defeating the Colorado Select 5-1 in the Championship game, their second championship title in two years. In their undefeated tournament run, they beat the Utah Lady Grizzlies (3-0), Colorado Select (4-0), Anaheim Lady Ducks (4-0) and Colorado Tigers (6-0) in pool play before winning the finals.

The team tallied 21 goals, with 3 goals from the power play, and only 1 goal against in five games.

Junior goaltender
Anna Stensland
Residents from Shoreline include junior goaltender Anna Stensland and senior forward Alaura Duguay, both on the 19U AA team.

Stensland turned away 43 shots in 4 games for an impressive save percentage of .977 and .25 goals against average. Duguay had 2 goals and 3 assists in five games for 5 overall points.

Senior forward
Alaura Duguay
The Washington Wild 14U Rep AA team took gold by beating the Anaheim Lady Ducks 3-2. In their undefeated tournament run, they beat the Anaheim Lady Ducks G2 (3-2), Dallas Stars Elite (2-1), and Anaheim Lady Ducks G3 (5-2) in pool play.

They sent the Anaheim Lady Ducks G3 home (4-0) before winning the finals. The team tallied 16 goals, 1 from a power play and 1 on a penalty kill, and only 6 goals against in five games.


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