McPherson Leading PWHL

Jessie McPherson hockey

Jessie McPherson stretches to make a stop for the Cambridge Rivulettes – Photo courtesy of Bill Doucet/ Cambridge Times

Chatham’s Jessie McPherson might be one of the youngest players in the PWHL, Ontario’s top league for women’s hockey players, but she’s undoubtedly one of the best in the league as well.

McPherson, who won’t turn 15 until December, is playing with the Cambridge Rivulettes, moving away from her home in Chatham to compete against many of the top NCAA committed players in Canada, a group she’s destined to join in the near future.

Through her first 6 games, Jessie McPherson has a league leading 0.82 GAA and .952 save percentage, along with two shutouts.

McPherson played last season as a bantam aged goaltender for the Chatham Outlaws Midget ‘AA’ team, and also backstopped the Chatham-Kent Secondary School Golden Hawks girls hockey team.

This weekend, McPherson helped Cambridge beat Leaside, backstopping her team to a 3-0 shutout.

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