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Ice Lynx Shut-Out in Loss to Ice Dogs

By M. Vandermeuse 12/09/2019, 11:45am CST

Ozaukee Outskated Lynx in 8-0 defeat at home

The Ozaukee Ice Dogs came to the KMIC for a match-up with the Ice Lynx of Washington County.

The Ice Dogs left with a big in.  The Ice Lynx had a slow start and just couldn't get anything going against the Ice Dogs Defense.  The shut-out loss is only second of the Ice Lynx's young season. 

Goalie Corah Pouzar saw 18 shots, while Wing Alanna Smiley was penalized for Tripping in the 2nd period. The Ozaukee Ice Dogs outscored the Ice Lynx 2-0 in the 1st, 4-0 in the 2nd, and 2-0 in the 3rd.  The Ice Lynx could only muster up 4 shots on goal for the entire game.

The Ice Lynx travel to Sauk Prairie to take on the Sauk Monkeys for a double-header next weekend, Saturday, Nov. 30th.

Lake Country Co-op team dominates over Ice Lynx

By M. Vandermeuse 11/19/2019, 4:15pm CST

Ice Lynx couldn't get control, lose time of posession

The WCYHA Ice Lynx just couldn't keep it out of their defensive zone as they were dominated by the Lake Country Co-Op Girls team from Heartland and Waukesha.

Though there were many saves, goaltender Gwen had a rough go of it allowing 5 goals on 16 shots.  The defensive lines did all they could, but there were a few Lake Country Skaters that dominated the ice.

Scoring the only goal of the game in the 3rd Period was Cheyenne Mojica on a breakaway from center ice. It rallied the bench and the stands, but the Ice Lynx couldn't get anything else started for the rest of the period. Overall, they had 14 shots on goal.

The Ice Lynx take on the Ozaukee Ice Dogs next at home on Nov. 30th.

Ice Lynx 10U Enact Revenge Game over Elmbrook 10U

By M. Vandermeuse 11/18/2019, 11:30am CST

Ice Lynx call for revenge win in locker room - get it

With the locker room getting fired-up pre-game, the players all agreed this was their change to get their revenge for their first loss of the season to the Elmbrook Eagles at home 1-0.

It was on the Elmbrook Home ice at The Ponds of Brookfield where the Ice Lynx 10U girls enacted their revenge.  Playing from behind most of the game, the Ice Lynx took advantage of 2 goals late in the game to come up with the 3-2 win.  Stellar defense and a goalkeeping performance that saw 10 saves made the difference and the Lynx were able to hold on to their 3-2 lead, and advance their record to an overall 3-2.

Goals from the Ice Lynx came from Bryn Schairer, (1st period) Asst from Brinley Fortney,  and third period (unassisted), and scoring her first as a Squirt (10U) Harper Vlasik. Harper's goal (unassisted) tied the game and sparked the charge that led the Ice Lynx to victory.

The Ice Lynx takes on the Lake Country Girls Coop from Arrowhead next weekend on Saturday November 23rd at 12:00 PM. This will be the first match-up for these two teams this season.

Nicole Vandermeuse

Squirt Girls Manager