Jude leads Moose in win

Emily Jude scored twice as the Meadow Ridge Moose won their first game of the season, 3-2 over the Trinity Western University Titans

Emily Jude scored twice as the Meadow Ridge Moose won their first game of the season, 3-2 over the Trinity Western University Titans on Saturday at Pitt Meadows Arena.

Jude, a Pitt Meadows resident, is a former Meadow Ridge Barracuda player who has scored 10 goals in 28 games in each of her past two seasons with the Moose.

Alexandra Chutskoff also scored for the Moose.

The Moose have been one of the top teams in the South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League, an eight-team circuit which includes the Kamloops Vibe, Island Surge and six teams in the Lower Mainland. This year the league is changing its name to the South Coast Women’s Hockey League.

The Moose will play out of both Pitt Meadows and Langley Arenas this season, and their next home game at the Pitt Meadows rink will be Oct. 29 at 9:15 p.m. when they host the Surrey Mavericks.

 

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