Moose extend shutout streak

Meadow Ridge trip up the Surrey Mavericks 2-0 in South Coast Female Amateur League action last Sunday.

  • Nov. 18, 2015 12:00 p.m.

The Meadow Ridge Moose recorded their third straight shutout, beating the Surrey Mavericks 2-0 in South Coast Female Amateur League action on Sunday, Nov. 15

The win moved the Moose to a perfect 10-0 on he season and extended their goal less streak to 170:10.

The Moose last gave up a goal 10 seconds left in the second period against the Island Surge on Oct. 25. They blanked the South Fraser TNT 4-0 on Nov. 7, and then shutout the Fraser Valley Jets 3-0 a day later.

Kirsten Langston scored the goal the Moose needed Sunday at the 3:04 mark of the first period, with Chelsea Stunden picking up the assist.

The Moose went ahead 2-0 when Saige Pacholock scored her fist of the year. Madeline Cockrill picked up an assist.

The Katie Greenway picked up the win in net, turning aside 25 shots. The Moose fired 49 shots at the Mavericks.

The Moose lead the league  with 39 goals for, while giving up a paltry seven over their first 10 games. They have yet to give up a power play goal, killing all 18 penalties against this year.

Greenway has five wins, with three shutouts, sporting a 0.60 goals against average,  and a save percentage of .968.

The other Moose goalie, Sabrina Mathias, has five wins with two shutouts, a 0.81 GAA and a .969 SV%.

On offence, the team is lead by centre Dayna Briggs, who has 12 goals and five assists.

Cockrill is next with three goals and 12 helpers while Emily Jude is next with five goals and eight assists.

The Moose will face the second place Kamloops Vibe on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 10:15 a.m. at the Langley Sportsplex.

The Moose may catch a break against the 6-0-2 Vibe, as the Kamloops squad will be playing their third game of the weekend when the two teams square off Sunday morning.

Kamloops opens the weekend with a game against Surrey on Friday night, then travel to Richmond to play the Devils on Saturday.

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