SATURDAY: Bishop's 6, Sainte-Anne 1
Four points by Emilee Walker led the Polar Bears as they romped over the USA Dragons. The Dragons scored 16 seconds into the game, but Bishop's replied with six unanswered goals. Walker had a pair of goals for Bishop's, who led 3-1 after the first period and 4-1 after the second. Katie Ramm, Kaitlyn Bennett, Taylor Wade and Chelsey Clarke had the other Bishop's goals, while Laura MacFayden scored the Dragon goal. Bianca Letarte picked up the win for the Polar Bears. Bishop's was 1-3 on the power-play, while USA was 0-3.
SATURDAY: Acadia 4, Bishop's 3
Two Acadia goals in the last two minutes of the second period proved to be decisive, as the Bears fell 4-3 to the hosts Acadia in a four-point game. The Bears led 2-1 after the first period, and held that lead until late in the second when Candice Visser scored for the hosts with 1:28 left in the frame, and Ashley MacDonald followed up with 14.7 seconds left, putting Acadia up 3-2 after two periods. The teams traded goals early in the third period, but the Bears could not find the equalizer. Katie Ramm had a pair of goals for Bishop's, while Kaitlynn Bennett had the other. The other Acadia goals came from Kerstin Surgenor and Annaliese Blois. Katie Booth was named the Polar Bears' player of the game, despite taking the loss in goal. Acadia was 0-1 on the power-play, while Bishop's did not have a man advantage.
SATURDAY: UNB 5, Bishop's 3
A pair of second-period goals proved to be the difference as the Polar Bears fell, 5-3, to the eventual league champion UNB Red Blazers. UNB took a 3-1 lead, but the Bears came back to tie the game at 3-3 after the first period. However, UNB scored two goals in less than two minutes early in the second to take away the spoils. Courtney Farquharson, Katie Ramm and Chelsey Clarke scored for Bishop's. For UNB, Heather Braun had a pair of goals, including the game-winner, while Kelly Matthews, Pascale LaBrie and Kristen Doucet scored one each. Bianca Letarte was the Bears' player of the game, but took the loss in goal. Bishop's was 1-for-2 on the power play, while UNB was 0-for-1.
SUNDAY: Cape Breton 4, Bishop's 2
A late Polar Bear comeback fell just short as the Gaiters fell to the Cape Breton Capers in their final game of the weekend. CBU opened the scoring with 11.7 seconds left in the second period on the first of two goals by Vicki Thistle. Thistle's second came at 11:28 of the third before Bishop's got one back, courtesy of Kaitlyn Bennett's power-play goal, at 7:35. Bishop's had a glorious chance to tie the game, as they immediately went on a 5-on-3 power-play for two minutes, however they could not take advantage. Jess McDear restored CBU's two-goal lead with 2:43 left, but Emilee Walker got one back 26 seconds later. However, that was as close as the Bears got, as an empty-net goal by Kelsie Robertson settled matters. Katie Booth suffered the loss for Bishop's, who went 1-for-6 on the power-play. CBU was 0-for-4.
The Polar Bears finish the season with a 5-12-5 record (5-8-3 MWIHC).