It was a dream season in 2012 for Jennifer Gabel, and the 19-year-old ringette player now wants to carry it on in 2013.
Golden girl Gabel leads Canada East & Gloucester
Updated On: January 10, 2013
Ottawa's Jennifer Gabel scored two assists in Canada East's 6-2 gold medal match victory over Finland at the under-19 world ringette championships during the holiday school break in London, Ont.
Champions of the ring
Updated On: December 7, 2012
Nicole Mills was one of six Ottawa Ice players to score a dozen points or more in their five games at the CORA ringette tournament Nov. 30-Dec. 2 in Ottawa. The Ice went undefeated to win the U19 Belle ‘AA’ division crown, downing Nepean 9-3 in the championship game.
Ringette player to compete at jr. worlds
Updated On: June 26, 2012
Jennifer Gabel of Nepean has officially been selected to the Team Canada East squad that will compete in the U19 world junior ringette championships Dec. 28-Jan. 3 in London, Ont.
Ottawa ices year with national ringette medal
Updated On: May 4, 2012
The Ottawa Ice National Ringette League team achieved its pre-season dream by winning a medal at the Canadian championships last month in Burnaby, B.C.
‘Impossible’ champs head to ringette nationals
Updated On: April 9, 2012
They belted out Kelly Clarkson’s What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger at the top of their lungs in the dressing room after winning the final game of the Ontario ‘A’ Ringette Championships last month, and for the U19 Nepean Ravens, there couldn’t have been more appropriate lyrics.
Ice snatch pink game win
Updated On: February 15, 2012
The third-annual edition of the Ottawa Ice vs Gloucester Devils pink fundraiser game drew the biggest crowd yet last month as fans were treated to a contest decided in the dying seconds with a Jayme Simzer goal to lift the now 20-3-1 Ice to a 2-1 win.
Local National Ringette League rivals join forces to support Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
Updated On: January 19, 2012
With $2,500 raised for breast cancer research in just the second edition of the event last year, the Ottawa Ice are looking forward to their annual “pink game” against the Gloucester Devils with the same type of enthusiasm they’ve shown in knocking around their opponents thus far in their National Ringette League season.
Ice prevail in home tournament
Created On: December 6, 2011
The host Ottawa Ice scored a big victory in the Dec. 2-4 City of Ottawa Ringette Association Tournament, going undefeated to capture the under-16 'AA' title with a 4-3 win over Manitoba in the final.