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First Games and Practices Fill Up Day 2 of Girls 15 PDC

By, 07/13/19, 8:15PM EDT


Day two of the Girls 15 Player Development Camp got started bright and early with warmups and stretches led by the strength and conditioning staff to get the girls ready for a busy day ahead.

Teams then hit the ice for their first practices of camp. Each practice included two teams on the ice to participate in a variety of small-area games and fun drills. The netminders also hit the ice together for a separate goalies-only practice, highlighted by individual drills, and group games such as keep away and knockout.

Teams gathered for a presentation by U.S. U18 Women’s National Team head coach Maura Crowell, who arrived in St. Cloud late last night (July 12). During the 45-minute talk, the girls avidly took notes as Crowell laid out what she’s looking to see from players throughout the week and broke down footage of the 2019 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship, as well as discussing the style of play they’re looking to implement at next year’s tournament. 

The first set of games began at 3:45 p.m. Central Time. Short recaps and box score links can be found below.

Following the games, team leaders held their last meetings of the day with the girls before heading back to campus and calling it a night in preparation for Day 3.

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Today's Results

Red 4, Gold 2: Despite the first goal belonging to Team Gold, the Red Team won its first game of Girls 15 Camp with Mia Kenmore recording the game-winning goal, while goalies Bailey Callaway and Evelina Sheridan combined for a .929 save percentage.

Black 7, Royal 3: Eight players recorded points and four players tallied multiple points in Team Black's 7-3 victory over Royal, highlighted by Danielle Brunnette's two goals and Emily Crovo's goal and two assists. Avery Callison and Caroline Mower recorded stopped a combined 21 shots in the win.

Orange 2, Maroon 4: Mia Langlois collected a goal and an assist in Team Maroon's 4-2 victory over Orange this evening. Goaltenders Olivia Bolino and Uma Corniea made a combined 22 saves on 24 shots on goal.

Gray 1, Teal 2: Cornelia Nicholson netted the overtime game winner tonight to give Team Teal its first win of the camp. Goaltenders Hannah Fritz and Elizabeth Simmons made 11 saves in the victory.

Purple 3, White 0: Goaltenders Hailey Hansen and Ella Park teamed up for the shutout, stopping 27 total shots tonight against Team White. Ella Blackmore recorded a goal and an assist in victory for Team Purple.

Light Blue 7, Green 0: A four-point night for Isa Goettl lead the way for Team Light Blue's 7-0 victory over Team Green in the opening slate of games. Six players including Goettl recorded multiple points in tonight's contest.

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