Jade Downie-Landry notches first career PWHL hat trick

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Jade Downie-Landry of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec registered her first career Professional Women’s Hockey League hat trick on Saturday. She accomplished the feat in a 4-1 New York win over Boston at the Tsongas Center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Downie-Landry opened the scoring with an unassisted goal at with two minutes and 48 seconds left in the first period. She then put New York up 3-0 at 2:04 of the second period from Kayla Vespa of Hamilton, Ontario. Then with two minutes and 53 seconds left in the third period, Downie-Landry closed out the scoring with her second unassisted goal of the game.

There were two Canadians too score for New York in the game. Jessie Eldridge of Barrie, Ontario scored the game-winning goal at the 26 second mark of the second period from Alex Carpenter and Paetyn Levis to put New York up 2-0 at the time.

In six games this season, Downie-Landry has three goals and two assists for five points. She has two penalty minutes, 38 faceoff wins and 10 shots on goal.

With the win, New York improved to a record of three wins and three losses for eight points. Two of the wins came in regulation and one win came in extra time.

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