Buffalo Beauts forward Corinne Buie is a champion, once again. Buie and her Beauts teammates won the Isobel Cup as NWHL champions this past season. On its own, this would be a phenomenal accomplishment and surely one to strive for. But Buie? She is a champion time and time again,
The season concluded on Sunday and the first-round playoff matchups have been set. The Blades have been eliminated -- but Brampton will face Les Canadiennes, and Calgary and Toronto will square off.
The final standings are:
- Calgary Inferno
- Les Canadiennes
- Brampton Thunder
- Toronto Furies
- Boston Blades
It's a strong field
For members of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League All-Star teams, Saturday’s game was all about showcasing the league on a wider scale.
That certainly seemed to be a success, as 8,122 fans attended this year’s All-Star Game at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto. That's
We're getting ever so close to the end of the season. The teams will take a break for the All-Star Weekend, which leaves just one weekend left of regular season play.
Les Canadiennes swept Toronto and Calgary swept Boston, leaving both the Inferno and Montreal locked in a tight battle
There hasn't been a shakeup in the standings, but a series split between Brampton and Les Canadiennes have pushed the Thunder up. Toronto won both its games, with the offense and defense reignited in the wins over Boston.
Calgary has a four-point lead over Les Canadiennes for first place, while
This past weekend was much less exciting than the last, and featured two series sweeps. Brampton took down Boston, while Calgary extended its lead against Toronto.
With Les Canadiennes off, the Inferno accrued a six-point lead in first place. But Les Canadiennes have now, along with Calgary, clinched a playoff
The second half of the season began over the weekend, featuring a winter matchup between Les Canadiennes and the Blades. On the other side, Brampton and Calgary faced off for a two-game set.
Les Canadiennes and Calgary both earned the sweep, but a couple of the games were close. With
The CWHL is getting ready to get back to the ice this weekend after a brief break. Calgary still holds the first spot in the league but only by three points ahead of Les Canadiennes, meaning we'll most likely see a similar race to the top as we did last
The weekend in CWHL play, most teams were dealing with absences of some key players for the pre-Olympics series between Team USA and Team Canada. Some teams surprised with more goals, while at least one team had their offense fall flat.
The Blades won their second game in a row,
The weekend of CWHL play featured a sweep and a split, proving the CWHL is indeed a four-team league this year. Brampton and Toronto split their games, while Les Canadiennes defeated Boston by a combined score of 15-0.
After the sweep, Les Canadiennes now hold a one-point lead over Calgary