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Maschmeyer brings magic to Montreal in first season

Bruderheim goalie Emerance Maschmeyer stands behind her decision to uproot herself from Calgary to play with Les Canadiennes in Montréal this past CWHL season. She earned two three star recognition during the team’s playoff run against the Markham Thunder.
Bruderheim goalie Emerance Maschmeyer stands behind her decision to uproot herself from Calgary to play with Les Canadiennes in Montréal this past CWHL season. She earned two three star recognition during the team’s playoff run against the Markham Thunder.

The following article appeared on www.fortsaskatchewanrecord.com on Thursday, April 26, 2018 featuring former Harvard netminder Emerance Maschmeyer.

By Lindsay Morey
Fort Saskatchewan Record

t’s been a year of adjustments for Bruderheim’s CWHL star goalie Emerance Maschmeyer, but it was a move she does not regret.

Maschmeyer recently finished her first season between the pipes for Les Canadiennes. The Montréal-based team secured an impressive regular season record of 22-5-1, giving them first place in the standings and its eighth Chairman’s Trophy. After a late season trip to China, the team couldn’t land the two wins it needed during a best of three series in the Clarkson Cup semi finals against the Markham Thunder but Maschmeyer’s playoff contributions was not overlooked. She earned a third star in Game 1 saving 29 of 31 shots on net as well as a third star for saving 19 of 22 shots on net in Game 2.

“During the first game, for whatever reason, the effort wasn’t there during the first game but I thought we played really well during the second game but we couldn’t put in the goals that we needed to. The Thunder had a hot streak all weekend so they were definitely more motivated from the streak they had going,” Maschmeyer recalled.

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