Maggie McKee wins PWHL Scoring Title, News (London Devilettes)

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Maggie McKee wins PWHL Scoring Title
Submitted By Steve Milne on Friday, February 23, 2018
Congratulations to Junior  player Maggie McKee as she became the first London Devilette player to win the 20 team PWHL scoring title.

This year Maggie scored 14 goals and had 32 assists for a league leading 46 points. Maggie is in her second year with the team and still has one more year before heading to Nipissing on a hockey scholarship.

Come Check out Maggie and her fellow Junior Devilettes as they play round 1 of the playoffs vs. OTTAWA 
NEXT GAME:
Saturday, Feb 24th - 5:45 PM at London Sports Park 

Other players to be noted in the scoring race:
Forwards:
Julia Gosling  ranked 5th in the league with 19 goals and 18 assists    
Emma McKnight ranked 9th with 12 goals and 20 assists. 
Defense:
Hannah DeCoutere had 7 goals and 14 assists
Nicole Gosling had 5 goals 16 assists
Both were tied in Defensive scoring at 7th place in the League.
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