The Atlantic Attack of the National Ringette League keep first place

The Atlantic Attack won three of four road games and climbed another six points in the standings to narrowly regain top spot in the Eastern Conference.

In Saturday game action, the Attack faced the Rive Sud Revolution and suffered an 8-7 loss to their fellow white division opponents. The Attack showed signs of rust after going without playing a regular season game dating back to early December. Martine Caissie shined with four goals and two assists. In evening action, the Attack went head to head with the only team in the NRL that did not have a loss in regulation time this season; the Montreal Mission. In a game of back and forth goals, the Attack held on for a 9-8 victory. Dominik Leblanc scored three goals and contributed two helpers in the match. Rookie defense, Ashley Hollis, scored her first NRL goal and Martine Caissie entered the 50 goal club for the first time in her NRL career.

On Sunday, the team faced the Lac St Louis Adrenaline and the Attack secured a 6-5 win. Martine Caissie scored a hat trick to give her a dominating lead in most goals scored in the NRL this season to date. In the final game of the road trip, the Attack matched up against the Le Royal de Bourassa and scored two quick goals with 30 seconds remaining in the game to come out with a 6-5 victory.

The Attack will close out their regular season home game action versus the Cambridge Turbos on February 6-7 in Cocagne, NB. The Attack now hold an 18-4-0-0 record in 22 games which positions them as first in the Eastern Conference.