Downie-Landry leads Montreal Force past Metropolitan Riveters for 1st home win of inaugural season


Jade Downie-Landry recorded a hat trick and one help because the Montreal Force defeated the Metropolitan Riveters 5-3 to earn their first home win of their inaugural season on Saturday in Premier Hockey Federation motion.

Ann-Sophie Bettez, with one purpose and one help, and Brooke Stacey added the others for Montreal (2-1-0). Tricia Deguire made 19 saves.

Fanni Garat-Gasparics, Sarah Bujold and Kennedy Ganser replied for Metropolitan (1-3-0). Rachel McQuigge stopped 17-of-22 photographs.

Tied at 2-2 coming into the third interval, the Force broke the sport open with three unanswered targets, two from Downie-Landry, to place the sport out of attain with 1:39 to play.

The Riveters are based mostly in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

WATCH | Force beat Riveters for 1st home win:

Force defeat Riveters for 1st home win in franchise historical past

The PHF growth membership scored 3 straight targets within the third interval en path to a 5-3 win over Metropolitan.

Later Saturday, the Toronto Six (3-1-1) fell 3-2 to the Boston Pride (5-0-0) courtesy of a McKenna Brand recreation winner 1:34 into additional time.

Shiann Darkangelo scored the game-tying purpose for the Six at 14:13 of the third interval. Boston’s Becca Gilmore made it a 2-1 contest halfway by the body. Early within the third, Toronto’s Brooke Boquist tied it at 1-1 after Kaleigh Fratkin opened the scoring for Boston within the center body.

WATCH | Brand scores in OT to sink Toronto Six:

McKenna Brand’s additional time winner provides Boston the win over Toronto

Boston’s McKenna Brand scored in additional time giving Pride a 3-2 win over Toronto Six in PHF motion Saturday evening.


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