Welcome to South Fraser TNT Hockey Club and our inaugural season competing in the South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League.
We are fortunate to compete at the highest level of women's hockey in British Columbia sanctioned by BC Hockey and Hockey Canada. Our league Championship culminates in an annual Provincial Championship Tournament with the winner advancing to the Western Shield Championship Tournament competing with other provincial champions from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
If you want to see some high calibre women's hockey, come out to support one of our games! Just click on the Schedule tab for our upcoming games.
The South Fraser TNT is a not-for-profit team and we are always seeking like minded sponsors and high calibre players. If you fit into either or both category, please click on the Contact tab and drop us a note and we will gladly reply.
TNT completed its January schedule with 5-0-0 record; 23 goals for and only 3 goals against. The team is finding its stride and starting to settle into a defense first system allowing more progressive offense counter attacks.
One of the highlighted games during January came against the league leader Meadow Ridge Moose. Heading into the third period in which we were down 2 - 0, TNT (Cathy Hambly) scored with less than six minutes remaining to get on the scoreboard and with the goalie pulled for an extra attacker, TNT (Tara Khan) scored again at the 1:23 mark to tie the game! In the ensuing center ice face off, TNT gained possession and was able to get the puck into the attacking zone and Natalie May scored the winning goal with only 0:32 remaining in the game! A great "come from behind" victory.
South Fraser TNT completed the December regular season schedule with 2 wins and a loss. At the mid point of the season's schedule, TNT's record of 7-4-2 puts them in forth place, tied in points with the Richmond Devils as they have a game in hand.
Also at the midway point of the season's schedule, TNT has four players in top 20 of the league's scoring. Cathy Hambly is first, Kirsten (Pep) Mihalcheon is second with Emily Muir and Tara Khan rounding out in the top 20.
Player chemistry is starting to round into form for the second half of the season and the team is focused on continued improvement of team play as they head into 2014.
South Fraser TNT completed its November schedule with a winning record of 3-1-1, with wins against TWU, Devils and Jets. We started the month with a loss to the Moose and finished with a tie against the Vibe.
The team is still gelling together and there were a couple games this month where we almost had our full team. We have two players in the league's top ten scoring, Kirsten (Pep) Mihalcheon and Cathy Hambly. Sandra Grant recorded two shutouts and finished November with a GAA of 0.33 in three games played.
The Team named its third Alternate Captain, Haleigh Callison who joins Danielle Robb & Pep Mihalcheon and Team Captain Cathy Hambly.
South Fraser TNT finished our first month of league play with a respectable 2-2-1 record. Still gelling as a new team, with several players out with other team commitments, injuries and scheduling issues we have yet to field our full roster and look forward to doing so in November.
We are pleased to announce the selection of Cathy Hambly as team Captain, Danielle Robb and Kirsten Mihalcheon as Alternate Captains. A third Alternate Captain will be named in November.
TNT kicked off their regular season on Oct. 5 with a 7-4 loss to Kamloops Vibe at the World Girls Hockey Weekend in Surrey, BC.
On the winning side, off ice, TNT Hockey Club secured two new sponsors; Kirin Restaurant Group and Westcan Painting & Decorating. We welcome our new sponsors who joins our current sponsors: RNDM Digital Media, Avida Sportswear and GovanBrownSzeto Construction Managers.
Also a special thanks is in order for Phil Mony, who is responsible for the photos of the team you can see throughout the site.
Friday March 14, 2014 - 2:00PM
Friday March 14, 2014 - 8:00PM
Saturday March 15, 2014 - 11:00AM
Simon Fraser University
Saturday March 15, 2014 - 8:00PM
The Boom Continues
December - Halfway Point
November to Remember
An Explosive Start