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Tommies defeat Panthers in women's hockey

UPEI Panthers forward Emma Weatherbie, right, battles with St. Thomas Tommies defenceman Kristina Kocsis for a loose puck in the Tommies crease during Wednesday's Atlantic University Sport women's hockey game at MacLauchlan Arena. Jason Malloy/The Guardian
UPEI Panthers forward Emma Weatherbie, right, battles with St. Thomas Tommies defenceman Kristina Kocsis for a loose puck in the Tommies crease during Wednesday's AUS women's hockey game at MacLauchlan Arena. Jason Malloy/The Guardian

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The St. Thomas Tommies used two power-play goals to defeat the UPEI Panthers 3-1 Wednesday in Atlantic University Sport womens hockey action.

Olivia Reid and Lauren Henman scored with the man advantage while Stephanie Ford added an even-strength marker at MacLauchlan Arena. Alisha Gilbert, Alex Woods and Kristina Kocsis had assists.

Rachel Colle scored on the power play for the Panthers with assists going to captain Emma Martin and Faith Steeves.

Abby Clarke made 23 saves for the win while Megan Sullivan stopped 15 shots in the loss. The game was scoreless after the first period while the Tommies took a 2-0 lead to the third.

The Tommies improved to 7-3-1 with their fourth straight win while the Panthers fall to 2-5-4. UPEI travels to Halifax Sunday to play the Saint Marys Huskies at 3 p.m.

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