Canada begins the tournament Thursday, against Switzerland at 9 AM EST, and then faces off against the United States Saturday at 12:30 EST followed by games against Russia and Finland to wrap up the group stage.
As the final horn went off and equipment thrown into the air, the Calgary Inferno celebrated their second Clarkson Cup in four years and their history, with a 5-2 victory over Les Canadiennes de Montreal, crowning them Canadian Women’s Hockey League champions.Les Canadiennes captain Marie-Philip Poulin just as she did throughout the game, could only watch.
Zoe Hickel scored twice and Brianna Decker put in the game winner as the Calgary Inferno beat Les Canadiennes de Montreal 5-2 and are the 2019 Clarkson Cup Champions at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto on Sunday.
The Clarkson Cup final in Toronto will settle a rivalry four years in the making.At least for now.
Marie-Philip Poulin made the Canadian Women’s Hockey League a personal event on Friday night in Toronto.
Laura Fortino and Jocelyne Larocque, two Olympic gold medalists, came into Varsity Arena with their professional hockey team, the Brampton Thunder, to face the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. The result of this game was…
The Canadian Women’s Hockey League has signed a four-year deal with Sportsnet to broadcast the Clarkson Cup every March. The partnership will provide young female Canadians with a more visible goal to aspire to.
She wanted to play professional women’s hockey and has been working towards her dream for years.
She won’t be in the lineup on Oct. 22 in Boston, but Jennifer Botterill is still excited for her former teammates on the CWHL’s Toronto Fluries.