GAMEDAY! EWSHL Week 5 Drops The Puck At 6:30 PM!

GAMEDAY! EWSHL Week 5 Drops The Puck At 6:30 PM!
July 23, 2020

Team Blue got back in the win column last Thursday night thanks to a late goal from Paige Voight. Due to prior commitments, Team Blue will have to try to make it two straight without Voight and NWHL first overall pick Sammy Davis. It’ll be Davis’ second consecutive game out of the lineup for Team Blue. Both are expected to return for Week 6 action.

Alex Carpenter opened the scoring with her league-leading fourth of the summer just 4:12 into last week’s contest. Maureen Murphy scored her first in her first game at 9:06 for Team Blue, but Finley Frechette had Team Red up 2-1 at the half. For Frechette, it was her first goal of the summer in just her second game.

Frechette added her second of the night at 13:16 of the second half, but it was the only Team Red goal against veteran Brittany Ott. Team Blue saw Jacquie Greco, Hayley Scamurra and Voight light the lamp to propel them to a 4-3 victory. It was their first regulation victory of the summer, and pushed their record to 2-2-0.

Watch the full highlights below.

Lineup News And Notes:

Lots of week-to-week changes in the EWSHL as we approach Week 5. Team Blue will be without forwards Kate Annese, Bailey Larson and Lindsey Dumond. Jacquie Greco and Hayley Scamurra are also out for Week 5. Defensively, Olivia Zafuto, Bridget Prentiss and Kim Tiberi are out, while both goalies change week over week. Jetta Rackleff and Brittany Ott skated last week.

Aerin Frankel, slated to start tonight for Team Blue, is a late scratch and will not make her debut. She’ll play in Week 6 instead.

Team Blue, in goal, will have Kassidy Sauve and Dana DeMartino. It is Sauve’s debut for the summer, while DeMartino played one game for Team Red (Week 3).

Erin Kickham joins Team Blue from Team Red at forward, while Sonja Bjornson (Brown) and Makenna Newkirk (PWHPA) make their EWSHL debuts up front for Team Blue. Marissa Massaro and Shannon Griffin return after missing Week 4.

Toni Ann Miano makes her debut on the Team Blue defense, while Skylar Podvey returns to action.

Team Red will be without Haley Skarupa and Savannah Norcross up front. Katie Burt starts, while Jessica Strack will play the second half.

The Lines:

Team Red:

Megan Myers – Alex Carpenter – Michaela Boyle
Olivia Finocchiaro – Kelly Browne – Abby Volo
Eric D’Errico – Gillis Frechette – Finley Frechette

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

Katie Burt
Jessica Strack

Team Blue:

Courtney Turner – Emily Field – Maureen Murphy
Marissa Massaro – Meghan Turner – Sonja Bjornson
Erin Kickham – Makenna Newkirk – Shannon Griffin

Megan Keller – Toni Ann Miano
Carrie Atkinson – Paige Capistran
Skylar Podvey

Kassidy Sauve
Dana DeMartino

Week 5 of the EWSHL starts at 6:30 pm tonight at Cyclones Arena in Hudson! Follow along on Twitter at @WIH_Tribune for live updates and watch the stream on YouTube!

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