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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