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Monday night the Alberta Pandas surprised a lot of people by defeating the No. 1 ranked McGill Martlets in the National Championship game of the CIS women’s hockey championship. The Martlets had been ranked at the top of the women’s hockey world for the entire season, but ultimately fell in the final.

Monday night the Alberta Pandas surprised a lot of people by defeating the No. 1 ranked McGill Martlets in the National Championship game of the CIS women’s hockey championship. The Martlets had been ranked at the top of the women’s hockey world for the entire season, but ultimately fell in the final.

The Stingers would probably be fist pumping a little bit. The Martlets are a team that many believed were a little too confident for a team that hadn’t won a championship. With hollering every time they pass the opposition bench after a goal, to actions on the ice, the Martlets knew how to get under their opponent’s skin.

However, of all things to happen to McGill, I think very many people would be surprised to see that Charline Labont

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