PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Seven different goal scorers found the back of the net on Sunday as Ontario hammered British Columbia 7-1 in women's hockey at the Canada Winter Games.

First-period goals from Kelly Mariani, Lindsay Agnew and Loren Gable staked Ontario to a 3-1 lead heading into the first intermission.

Cassidy Vinkle made it 4-1 midway through the second period and Samantha Cogan added to the total late in the period with a high floater that fooled B.C. netminder Morgan Skinner.

In the third period, Sarah Hine connected on the power play and defenceman Lindsay Eastwood jumped into the rush to snap in a shot from the slot to cap the scoring.

Fifteen-year-old Amy Potomak scored for B.C. 13 minutes into the game-- the only goal Julia Vandyk allowed while facing 15 shots. Her team outshot B.C. 46-15.

Ontario opened Saturday with a 5-1 win over Prince Edward Island, while B.C. lost its opener 7-0 to Quebec.

Also on Sunday, New Brunswick beat the Yukon 14-0, Newfoundland-Labrador blanked the Northwest Territories 7-0, Saskatchewan shut out Nova Scotia 6-0, Quebec toppled Prince Edward Island 11-1 and Alberta downed Manitoba 4-0.

Alberta (2-0) leads the A pool, while Ontario (2-0) and Quebec (2-0) are tied atop the B pool.