Reds make strides in women's hockey with four-game win streak

Photo courtesy of UNB Athletics
Photo courtesy of UNB Athletics

The newly reinstated UNB Reds women's hockey team is finding their stride. After opening the season with four losses, three in overtime, the Reds are now on a four-game win streak.

After topping Mount Allison and UPEI last weekend, the Reds managed to topple the defending AUS champion Saint Mary's Huskies 3-2 in overtime Friday night in Fredericton, N.B. 

They followed that up with a 3-1 win over the Dalhousie Tigers Sunday at home, moving to fourth place in the conference standings with a 4-1-3 record.

They'll face the crosstown rival St. Thomas Tommies (6-2-0) Wednesday night at the Grant-Harvey Centre, followed by the Moncton Aigles Bleues (4-5-0) Saturday afternoon at home.

Here's a look at what happened around the conference this week in AUS women's hockey action:


Wednesday, Oct. 31

Moncton 1 at Saint Mary's 4 Box Score

Friday, Nov. 2

StFX 0 at Moncton 3 Box Score

UPEI 2 at St. Thomas 4 Box Score

Saint Mary's 2 at UNB 3 (OT) Box Score

Saturday, Nov. 3

Saint Mary's 0 at St. Thomas 2 Box Score

Dalhousie 5 at Mount Allison 3 Box Score

UPEI 0 at Moncton 1 (2OT) Box Score

Sunday, Nov. 4

Dalhousie 1 at UNB 3  Box Score

Mount Allison 0 at StFX 5 Box Score

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