May 27th, 2020

Express drop first game in Medicine Hat

By Medicine Hat News on December 2, 2019.

Southern Alberta Express centre Brittney Kambeitz (right) battles for a face-off against Calgary Fire centre Skye Mathew during a girls midget elite hockey game - Southern Alberta's first-ever game in Medicine Hat - on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019 at the Moose Recreation Centre. Calgary won the game 4-3 in overtime.

The Southern Alberta Express came one shot short of winning their first-ever game in Medicine Hat following a 4-3 overtime loss to the Calgary Fire on Saturday afternoon at the Moose Recreation Centre.

Kendal Pierson led the Vauxhall-based Express with a goal and two assists, while Madison King had one of each and Megan Draffin added a goal.

Ashley Shypitka, Carys Ursell and Skye Mathew all scored in regulation for Calgary, then Erika Wenzel scored the overtime game-winner.

Kalynah Fong Martin collected the 21-save victory for the Fire, while Express netminder Devyn Amundson settled for the loss on 23 saves.

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