The Mississauga News
Nov 1, 2006
The Mississauga Aeros survived a shaky start last night in National Women's Hockey League action at Malton Arena to take a 3-1 decision from the Oakville Ice.
After falling behind 1-0, the Aeros fought back with goals from Kelly Bechard, Jen Botterill and Kate Algood. Sarah Love earned the victory in goal.
On Sunday afternoon the Aeros pounded the visiting Ottawa Raiders 7-1.
Mallory Deluce scored twice for the winners. Other Mississauga scorers included Sommer West, Heather Logan, Jen Raimondi, Bechard and Haley Irwin.
The Mississauga Aeros host Team Sweden in an international exhibition hockey game this Saturday at Iceland Arena beginning at 7 p.m.
Sweden won the silver medal in women's hockey at the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, upsetting the United States in the semi-finals. Sensational goalkeeper Kim Martin will be in the line-up for Sweden.
Of course, Canada won the gold medal in Torino with current Mississauga Aeros Cheryl Pounder, Botterill and Sami Jo Small making contributions.
Admission to the Aeros vs. Team Sweden game is free.
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Since I don't know who left the comment, I'll just thank whoever it was for the comment with the story of Kim Martin's Team Sweden playing agaisnt a NWHL team Saturday night, and her advertised to be there. I guess we'll only see when it happens. The article follows and is available by clicking on the title here