Camille Enns and Kyana Brown stopped by the Morning Show a night after falling to the Winnipeg Ice in the best of 5 playoffs, going down in the series 1-0.
Enns did take some positives out of the loss. "We underestimated them bit. They're a good team and came back to win game one."
Brown also is looking forward to showing what the Selects can really do. "We know we can beat them and it's just about applying it. We have to do it the whole game."
Pressure is something the Selects are used to. "It's about taking it one game at a time, you can't look too far ahead," Enns said.
Brown added that the loss was a learning experience. "I think losing that game, as much as it sucks, it helps us push even harder for Friday."
A big crowd making a lot of noise sure will help on Friday as well.
"We play Friday at 7:30 in Ste. Anne," Brown says with a smile. "Bring the whole town and come cheer us on."
Enns is looking forward to playing for the entire area. "It's fantastic. Last year we had so many supporters. As players, you feel it. It's amazing just how many people come out to support, it just makes you push yourself so much more."
Game 2 7:30 in Ste. Anne - Eastman AAA Female Selects vs Winnipeg Ice - Ice lead the best of 5 1-0.