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Esso Cup crease battle

Nova Scotia forward Emma Wang battles Quebec defenceman Delphine Léonard in front of goalie Fanny Vigeant in the first period of their preliminary round game at the Esso Cup national women
Nova Scotia forward Emma Wang battles Quebec defenceman Delphine Léonard in front of goalie Fanny Vigeant in the first period of their preliminary round game at the Esso Cup national women's hockey championships, Tuesday at Copeland Arena.
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Nova Scotia forward Emma Wang battles Quebec defenceman Delphine Léonard in front of goalie Fanny Vigeant in the first period of their preliminary round game at the Esso Cup national women's hockey championships, Tuesday at Copeland Arena.

Quebec won the game 8-1. Preliminary round play wrapped up Thursday. Semi-final games are scheduled for Friday at 2 and 6 p.m. and the bronze and gold medal finals will be played at the same times on Saturday. All games are at Copeland and tickets are available at the door.

 

 

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