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Panthers shut out Mounties 4-0

Mount Allison Mounties defenceman EmmaRae Murphy, left, tries to deflect Jenna Pellerin's shot during Atlantic University Sport women's hockey action Wednesday at UPEI.
Mount Allison Mounties defenceman EmmaRae Murphy, left, tries to deflect Jenna Pellerin's shot during Atlantic University Sport women's hockey action Wednesday at UPEI. - Jason Malloy
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Rachel Colle had a goal and two assists and Camille Scherger stopped all 32 shots she faced Wednesday to pace the UPEI Panthers to a 4-0 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties.

UPEI Panthers forward Jolena Gillard tries to saucer a pass to a teammate at the side of the net Wednesday against the Mount Allison Mounties in Atlantic University Sport women's hockey action at MacLauchlan Arena.
UPEI Panthers forward Jolena Gillard tries to saucer a pass to a teammate at the side of the net Wednesday against the Mount Allison Mounties in Atlantic University Sport women's hockey action at MacLauchlan Arena.

Kelly Clements and Jolena Gillard added power-play goals while Jenna Pellerin scored at even strength during Atlantic University Sport women’s hockey action at MacLauchlan Arena.

Katelynn Nice had two assists while Faith Steeves, Gillard and Clements each had one.

Lindsay Wray stopped 26 shots in the loss.

The Panthers held 2-0 and 4-0 period leads. UPEI went 2-for-2 on the power play while killing all five of Mount Allison’s opportunities.

The Panthers improved to 12-11-1 and are fifth in the conference while Mount Allison (4-20-0) is in the basement. UPEI travels to Halifax Friday to play the Dalhousie Tigers (9-14-2) and then heads to Antigonish, N.S., Saturday to meet the St. FX X-Women (16-6-3).

UPEI Panthers forward Taylor Gillis, a Summerside native, fires a shot on the Mount Allison goal during third period action Wednesday at MacLauchlan Arena.
UPEI Panthers forward Taylor Gillis, a Summerside native, fires a shot on the Mount Allison goal during third period action Wednesday at MacLauchlan Arena.


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