Queens get nod

Two members of the RDC Queens were named to the Alberta Colleges Women’s Hockey League All-Conference teams. Goaltender Camille Trautman was named to the first team with forward Jayna Kitchen on the second team.

Two members of the RDC Queens were named to the Alberta Colleges Women’s Hockey League All-Conference teams. Goaltender Camille Trautman was named to the first team with forward Jayna Kitchen on the second team.

Trautman finished the season with a 2.01 goals-against-average and a .934 save percentage. Kitchen was the leading goal scorer among rookies with 10, which tied her for second overall in the league. She finished with 14 points in 24 games.

Jesslyn Legasse of Mount Royal University and Jenaya Townsend of Grant MacEwan University were on the first team defence with Danielle Brown of NAIT, Chrissy Hodgson of MRU and Jayden Skoye of MacEwan at forward.

MRU goaltender Kendall Kilgour was on the second team with Jocelyn Froehlick of MRU and Emma Sommerfeld of NAIT on defence and Tanika Dawson of MRU and Ashley Holt of MacEwan joining Kitchen up front.

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