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