BC Hockey announced the Female Midget AAA League (FMAAA) All-Star team for the 2018-2019 season along with naming Chris Atchison of the Vancouver Island Seals as Coach of the Year.
The FMAAA All-Star Team is:
|Kayla Munro||G||Fraser Valley Rush||North Vancouver|
|Sophia Gaskell||D||Greater Vancouver Comets||Port Moody|
|Marlene Roberts||D||Vancouver Island Seals||North Saanich|
|Jenna Buglioni||F||Greater Vancouver Comets||Port Moody|
|Jenn Gardiner||F||Greater Vancouver Comets||Surrey|
|Yannick Truter||F||Vancouver Island Seals||North Saanich|
Munro finished the season with a 2.88 goals against average and a 7-7-3 record for Fraser Valley and was tied for second among FMAAA goaltenders with seven (7) wins.
Gaskell finished ninth overall in league scoring and second among defenders with 35 points (14 goals, 21assists) in 32 games.
Roberts was Vancouver Island’s top scoring defender and nineteenth overall in league scoring with 20 points (8G, 12A) in 32 games.
Buglioni was second in league scoring with 75 points and led the league in goals with 41. She helped lead the Comets to a 32-0 record.
Gardiner set the FMAAA record for 80 points in a season leading the league in assists (43) and second in the league in goals (37). Gardiner became the FMAAA’s all-time leading scorer and is named to the All-Star team for the second consecutive year.
Truter led the Seals in scoring and was tenth in league scoring averaging a point-per-game with 32 points (16G, 16A) in 32 games.
Members of the All-Star team were voted on by the FMAAA team staff.
Chris Atchison (Victoria) of the Vancouver Island Seals has been named FMAAA Coach of the Year.
The FMAAA program consists of five (5) zone-based teams that are spread across the province – the Fraser Valley Rush, Greater Vancouver Comets, Northern Capitals, Thompson-Okanagan Lakers, and Vancouver Island Seals. The teams play a 32-game regular season schedule, followed by the playoffs.
The FMAAA program was initiated in the 2007-2008 season in response to the membership’s desire to provide an opportunity for elite female hockey players to come together on zone teams to challenge other elite female Midget teams. The league has had nearly 100 players move on to post-secondary hockey opportunities.