Team B.C. gets into the Canada Games win column with 4-0 win
Aimee DiBella of Nelson and Team B.C. sit in third spot in Pool A play after Tuesday’s play in Women’s Ice Hockey at the Canada Winter Games in Halifax.
DiBella & Company finally got a win, defeating Team Newfoundland & Labrador 4-0 Tuesday. Julia McKinnon scored twice to lead Team B.C.
Team B.C. opened with a 4-0 loss to Alberta Sunday.
Team B.C. then lost 4-1 to Ontario Monday. DiBella, 16, had two minutes in penalties.
B.C. meets Team Saskatchewan in the final round robin game today. Team Alberta leads the pool with a 4-0 record.
Along with DiBella on Team B.C. is Kootenay Wildcats teammate Daley Oddy.
Also on Team B.C. is Ella Matteucci of Fruitvale. Matteucci played last season for the Cats but this year is playing in Wilcox, Sask., at the Notre Dame Hockey Academy.