The Worcester Blades are prepping for their final home series of the 2018-19 season vs. Les Canadiennes de Montreal.
On Saturday, the team will host Addiction Awareness Night with MOAR Recovery. Their mission is to organize recovering individuals, families, and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions.
On Sunday, it’s Worcester Sports Day. The Worcester Bravehearts, Massachusetts Pirates, Worcester 78’s, Worcester Smiles, and Worcester’s Flat Track Women’s Roller Derby Team will all be in attendance.
The Blades encourage Worcester youth, high school, and college teams to attend as well to celebrate our first season in Worcester. Tickets can be purchased online here as well as at the door on game day.
The Blades faced Calgary last weekend where they fell 10-0 on Sunday.
Montreal faced Toronto last Saturday and took the game by a score of 4-1. Kim Deschenes, Ann-Sophie Bettez, Marie-Philip Poulin, and Karell Emard made up the goal scorers.
The Match Up
Montreal and Worcester have faced off four times this season. Les Canadiennes have taken all four by scores of 5-0, 9-0, 6-1, and 7-0.
Montreal Player to Watch
Sarah Lefort (Forward)
Lefort has 14 points in 22 games played this season. The Boston University grad tallied an assist last weekend vs. Toronto.
Worcester Player to Watch
Lauren Dahm (Goaltender)
Dahm has made 9 appearances so far this season, making 261 saves on 291 shots faced.
Keeping Up with the Action
Tickets to both games this weekend can be purchase online or at the door. Live stream links and live tweets can be found through the Blades’ Twitter, @WorcesterCWHL.
Merisa Boyd is the Director of Communications for the Worcester Blades. All media inquiries and requests should be sent to [email protected]