GAMEDAY: EWSHL Week 3 Drops The Puck At 6:30 PM

GAMEDAY: EWSHL Week 3 Drops The Puck At 6:30 PM
July 9, 2020

The EWSHL, after a week off for Canada Day and July 4th, returns with Week 3 action TONIGHT at Cyclones Arena in Hudson, New Hampshire. Team Red (1-0-1) is coming off of a 3-0 victory in which Katie Burt collected the league’s first shutout. Team Blue (1-1-0) is looking to rebound after their first loss of the summer.

Both sides will be adding skaters to their lineup for this game. Team Red adds Gillis and Finley Frechette, who will be seniors at Cornell this coming season. Savannah Norcross, who enjoyed a breakout season at Boston College, will also suit up for Team Red at forward. Megan Myers, who missed Week 2, returns to action.

Defensively, 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist Cayla Barnes will make her EWSHL debut for Team Red.

Team Blue, meanwhile, will see Lindsey Dumond and Shannon Griffin make their debuts. Dumond is entering her junior season at UNH, while Griffin will be a senior at Princeton this fall. Forward Sharon Frankel, who played for Team Red each of the first two weeks, will shift to Team Blue.

Danielle Doherty returns after missing Week 2.

Skylar Podvey, who played the first two games on Team Red, will suit up for Team Blue moving forward on defense.

Two new goalies will also enter the mix tonight. Brittany Ott will play alongside Jessica Strack on Team Blue, while Dana DeMartino joins Katie Burt on Team Red.

Here are tonight’s anticipated lineups.

Team Red:

Erica D’Errico – Alex Carpenter – Michaela Boyle
Olivia Finocchiaro – Kelly Browne – Abby Volo
Megan Myers – Gillis Frechette – Finley Frechette
Erin Kickham – Savannah Norcross

Baye Flanagan – Kali Flanagan
Claire Dudley – Cayla Barnes
Maddie Crowley-Cahill

Katie Burt
Dana DeMartino

Team Blue:

Sammy Davis – Paige Voight – Kate Annese
Danielle Doherty – Emily Field – Lindsey Dumond
Courtney Turner – Sharon Frankel – Shannon Griffin
Marissa Massaro

Megan Keller – Maddie Truax
Carrie Atkinson – Paige Capistran
Skylar Podvey – Madison Cardaci

Jessica Strack
Brittany Ott

You can watch tonight’s game LIVE at 6:25 pm with pregame notes on YouTube. The link to watch is here.

Highlights will be posted to social media on Friday. Tonight’s game will also be live Tweeted on our Twitter feed, and you can check back right here after the game for our official game story.

Here are the highlights from Week 2, which was won by Team Red 3-0.

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