PREVIEW: WHKY set to battle Waterloo at home
Golden Hawks host first of two Battle of Waterloo meetings on Saturday night

Friday, October 27, 2017 - Posted by Jamie Howieson

Game Date/Time: Saturday, October 28 - 7:07 p.m.
Game Location: Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex
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The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks hit the ice at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex for the first time this season on Saturday night as they host the Waterloo Warriors in the first of two Battle of Waterloo matchups this season.

- Laurier got off to a slow start in their first weekend of action, suffering a pair of shutout losses; one a 2-0 decision to Toronto and the other a 1-0 shootout loss to Ryerson
- the Warriors split their opening two games last weekend, winning 3-2 in overtime in their home opener against Queen’s after losing 1-0 to UOIT in their season opener
- the Hawks were one of two teams (Windsor) who failed to score in their first two games of the season
- thanks to their strong goaltending, Laurier ranks second in the conference in goals against average and save percentage at 0.97 and 0.972 for the year
- Waterloo is not far behind, ranking fourth in both categories, setting this game up to be a defensive battle
- Laurier currently leads the Battle of Waterloo competition with a 5-0-4 record from this season’s football, soccer, rugby and baseball matchups

Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (0-0-1-1)

G Hannah Miller (Georgetown, Ont.)
- the rookie netminder notched a shutout in her first career OUA start for Laurier, turning away 34 shots against Ryerson
- her performance earned her Laurier Female Athlete of the Week recognition

F Aynsley Harrison (Corunna, Ont.)
- second year forward was one of Laurier’s most productive a year ago, registering seven points in 22 games
- finished tied for second on the team in goals in 2016-17 with three

Waterloo Warriors (0-1-1-0)

G Stephanie Sluys (Clinton, Ont.)
- fourth year veteran allowed just one goal in her first start of the season against UOIT last week
- in 37 career starts for Waterloo, owns a 1.65 goals against average and a 0.934 save percentage

F Maryn Caragata (Etobicoke, Ont.)
- fourth year forward has nearly matched her best career season (three points) through only two games with a goal and an assist in Waterloo’s first two contests

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