2017 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet for the ongoing paradox of women's hockey. Every four years since 1998, women's hockey has headed to the Olympics -- and no women's pro hockey league before the CWHL has survived for more than two Olympic cycles. The inconsistency in
The CWHL Awards were presented last night at the Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University. The ceremony, held before the Clarkson Cup Final, is a chance to celebrate individual accomplishments from the regular season before heading into the championship contest. However, all of the players from the Inferno and Les
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"I was staring at the score, and I was like, I can't believe we just lost 8 to 3. It doesn't reflect the season," said Les Canadiennes' Charline Labonté after she surrendered 7 goals to the Calgary Inferno in the Clarkson Cup
The CWHL's Calgary Inferno and Les Canadiennes held their final practices before the Clarkson Cup Final game at the Richcraft Sensplex in Gloucester, Ontario. The teams will face off Sunday at 4:00pm at the Canadian Tire Centre, home of the Ottawa Senators, to compete for the Clarkson Cup.
In just a few days, Charline Labonté will pull on her goaltender pads for the last time this CWHL season, as she tries to lead Les Canadiennes to the Clarkson Cup.
Winning has been a goal for Labonté and the team since the season's start, as revenge for last year's