Barrette, Noseworthy Make the Move To Montreal

Former Windsor Lancer, Erinn Noseworthy, seen here playing against the Nipissing Lakers, was selected 25th overall by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the 2017 CWHL draft. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Former Windsor Lancer, Natalie Barrette was selected 18th overall by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the 2017 CWHL draft. Photo by Ian Shalapata.

(TORONTO, ON) – One of 113 new players selected to play in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, Windsor Lancer graduate defenseman Natalie Barrette was selected in the 3rd round, 18th overall, by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the 2017 CWHL Draft.

The 5′ 5″ Belle River native logged 26 games on the D-Line for the Lancers in her senior season, scoring twice and posting 12 helpers. Barrette had 3 multiple point games for Windsor while sitting out just 4 minutes in the sin bin.

Barrette is also a product of the Southwest Wildcats where she was team mates with Erinn Noseworthy. The pair also played together on the Lancers last year as Noseworthy put up 19 points including 4 power play goals and 2 game winning goals.

The left winger from Appin, ON, was also drafted by Les Habitants yesterday, in the 4th round, 25th overall.

Montreal finished in 2nd place during the 2016-17 season, 4 points behind 1st place Calgary and 10 points ahead of Brampton. They reversed the tables on Calgary by topping the Inferno 3-1 for the Clarkson Cup.

Former Windsor Lancer, Erinn Noseworthy, seen here playing against the Nipissing Lakers, was selected 25th overall by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the 2017 CWHL draft.<br>Photo by Ian Shalapata.

Former Windsor Lancer, Erinn Noseworthy, seen here playing against the Nipissing Lakers, was selected 25th overall by Les Canadiennes de Montreal in the 2017 CWHL draft.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

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Ian writes for and provides imagery to Square Media Group as well as accepting freelance photographic assignments. In addition, he has contributed to media organizations, sporting groups, and individuals across North America including the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, Chatham-Kent Sports Network, the Golf Association of Michigan, League 1 Ontario, as well as numerous colleges and universities in Canada and the United States.
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