December 9, 2018
ST. THOMAS - Two host teams won gold while two more settled for silver at the St. Thomas Panthers on the Prowl tournament. The annual three day event attracted teams from across southern Ontario competing in novice, atom, peewee, bantam and midget divisions.
September 23, 2018
ST. THOMAS - The St. Thomas Panthers hosted the first of two tournaments this season, the Big Cat Preseason Showdown, at the Joe Thornton Centre and East Elgin Community Centre, in Aylmer.
The three day event with nine divisions started Friday, with teams from as far away as Whitby, Sarnia and Buffalo. The host team won two divisions, Midget A and bantam A. The BAD Girls took the bantam B title.
April 8, 2018
TORONTO, ON. - The St. Thomas Panthers are Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) Novice C provincial champions. The Panthers defeated the Sarnia Lady Sting in the gold medal game, 4-2, after downing the Goulbourn Rockets, by the same score, in a semifinals this morning. The Panthers were 3-0 in pool play, before edging Kemptville, 2-1, in the quarter-finals.
April 8, 2018
TORONTO, ON - The St. Thomas Panthers' novice C team will be playing for a gold medal, at the Ontario Women's Hockey Assocation (OWHA) provincial championships. The Panthers face the Sarnia Lady Sting in the gold medal game, at noon today, after defeating the Goulbourn Rockets, 4-2, in a semifinals this morning. Following a 3-0-0 record in pool play, the Panthers edged Kemptville, 2-1, in the quarter-finals. The Panthers' midget C team blanked the Kanata Rangers in their quarter-final and now play Brockville in the semis this morning.
Schedule & Results
The Panthers had five teams in action at provincials this weekend. The Atom A Panthers, lost 6-3, to Niagara Rapids, in the quarters, while the peewee BB team won their pool with a 2-0-1 record, but lost a playoff game, to the Waterloo Ravens, 1-0. The bantam A Panthers failed to advance from their pool, going winless over three games.
March 27, 2018
AYLMER, ON. - It is more hardware for their trophy case.
The St. Thomas Novice C Panthers grew their wave of momentum towards the Ontario Women's Hockey Association provincial championship, by winning the Western Ontario Girls Hockey League Novice Division One title, defeating the Mitchell Meteors, in the final.
Emma Bovin with two goals, Georgia Cusick and Sadie Payne, scored as St. Thomas took the series in three games, with a 4-1 win, at the East Elgin Community Centre.
Following a 1-1 tie in the opener, the Panthers blanked the Meteors, 2-0, in game two, back-stopped by goalie Brooklyn Smith. Bovin and Karis Beattie scored. are 37-3-3 overall.
March 25, 2018
TORONTO, ON. - At the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League (LLFHL) peewee BB championship, the St. Thomas Panthers head home with silver medals.
In the final, the Woolwich Wild blanked the Panthers, 2-0. St. Thomas went 3-1-1 in the six team division, defeating Napanee, Etobicoke and Stoney Creek, tying Barrie and losing to Woolwich, 1-0. Woolwich never allowed a goal over six wins.
March 23, 2018
March 23, 2018
TORONTO, ON. - The St. Thomas peewee BB Panthers were 2-0, on day one of the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League championship weekend. St. Thomas blanked the Napanee Crunch, 2-0 and the Etobicoke Dolphins, 2-0. Their five game round robin continues Saturday with games against Stoney Creek and Barrie, before concluding on Sunday versus Woolwich.
The top two teams advance to the gold medal game.
January 30, 2018
AYLMER, ON. - It is 28
and counting, for the number of shutouts the St. Thomas peewee BB Panthers have racked up on their opponents this season.
Madeleine Lee had a hat trick and assisted on goals by Gracie Gilchrist and Madelyn Pinnegar, as the Panthers silenced the BAD Blazers, 6-0, in game two of the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League first round series. St. Thomas takes the series in two straight games, after winning game one, 3-2, in St. Thomas, January 27. St. Thomas finished first in the LLFHL West Division, with a 18-1-3 record and are 37-3-3 overall.
December 3, 2017
ST. THOMAS - Karis Beattie had a trick and Kaydence Thibert scored twice, to lead the St. Thomas Panthers
over the Lambeth Lady Lancers, 6-1, in the Novice C final, at the Panthers on the Prowl hockey tournament, at the Timken Centre. Emily Ellis also potted a goal for the Panthers, while Olivia Smith picked up two assists.
The Panthers went undefeated in pool play, with a 3-0 record, before blanking the Ilderton Jets, 4-0, in the semi-finals.
November 19, 2017
ST. THOMAS - The St. Thomas Panthers were among dozens of young players who enjoyed a little ball hockey at the Tim Horton's rink, during Rogers Hometown Hockey, in downtown St. Thomas.
April 9, 2017
TORONTO - Three St. Thomas Panthers'
team advanced to the playoff round, at the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA)
The novice C Panthers lost in their bronze medal game, to the North Halton Twisters. The Panthers went 3-0 in their pool, before losing in the semi-finals, 3-1, to Kincardine.
Both the Panthers' bantam B and peewee BB teams, lost their respective quarter-final games. The peewees compiled a 2-0-2 record in pool play, while the bantams were 2-0-1.
St. Thomas also had teams in the senior A, midget C and atom BB divisions.
The BAD (Belmont Aylmer Dorchester) Girls Blazers' peewee BB team was winless in three games, despite allowing only four goals.
February 22, 2017
ST. THOMAS - Meredith
Fisher had a natural hat trick to lead the St. Thomas Panthers over their local
rivals, the BAD (Belmont Aylmer Dorchester) Girls Blazers, 5-2, in an Ontario Women's
Hockey Association (OWHA) midget A playdown game.
December 18, 2016
ST. THOMAS - Bria McCann had the game winner as the South Huron Sabres edged the St. Thomas Panthers, 3-2, in Western Ontario Girls Hockey League atom BB action. Danica Kidder and Jenna Love buried pucks for the Panthers.
December 4, 2016
ST. THOMAS - The three day Panthers on the Prowl tournament concluded today. The annual event this year featured 54 teams, from as far as Kincardine, Port Colborne and Kanata, competing in nine divisions, for novice, atom, peewee, bantam and midget. One of the finals featured the host organization. The St. Thomas Panthers blanked the BAD Girls Blazers, 3-0, in the midget C final, with Brittany Reaume, Leah Fellows and Mackenzie Adams scoring. Bethany Marino picked up the shutout between the pipes.
November 2, 2016
ST. THOMAS - Danica Kidder netted a hat trick and Allie Tales had the game winner, as the St. Thomas Panthers held on to edge the Woodstock Wildcats, 6-5, in Lower Lakes Female Hockey League atom BB action, at the Timken Centre. Madelyn Pinnegar and Jenna Lowe, also scored for St. Thomas Kaitlin Hooydonk had three goals for Woodstock, two coming in the final minute of the third period. Anna Rupert, with two goals and Annalise Longworth, completed the Wildcats' scoring.