Goaltender Karlee Fetch was nearly unbeatable this past weekend against the defending Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Women’s Hockey Champions, the MacEwan University Griffins. The fourth-year came on in relief about half-way through Friday’s contest, turning aside all 15 shots she faced. Then on Saturday in Edmonton, the Open Studies student put on a goaltending clinic, stopping 43 out of 44 shots (0.977), helping the RDC Queens pick up an important 2-1 road win and earning the Queens Player-of-the-Game. Over both games, the netminder from Prince Albert made 58 saves out of 59 shots (0.983).
The Queens have been playing well lately and are hitting their stride at a good time, with playoffs around the corner. In their past seven games, the RDC Queens have earned 10 of a possible 14 points in the standings.