The 2017-18 season marked several milestones for the CWHL. Between the addition of two teams based in China, the relocation of a founding franchise, and the introduction of player compensation, the league entered its second decade with some major changes. Combine those with the attention lapse and subsequent attention boost
Jamie Lee Rattray couldn't describe it, but she could feel it coming all along.
"There's no words for this," she said after her Markham Thunder defeated the Kunlun Red Star, 2-1, in overtime on Sunday to capture the Clarkson Cup. "I mean, you look at our season
The final weekend of regular season play was nothing short of eventful. Several Olympians re-joined CWHL teams and the standings saw some surprise shifts.
Les Canadiennes de Montréal swept the Calgary Inferno and, with a little help from Vanke, who upset Kunlun 6-4 on Saturday, claimed the Chairman's Trophy as
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The top players in Canada's premier women's hockey league showcased their talent Saturday afternoon at the Air Canada Centre as part of the CWHL’s All-Star Weekend.
Fans voted in record numbers for the All-Star Captains this season, with 33,000 ballots deciding on
Playing in a Winter Classic was a dream for both leagues -- as well as for commissioner Dani Rylan and her fledgling NWHL, and Brenda Andress, whose CWHL has already partnered with NHL teams. The NHL brought both leagues together for the Outdoor Women's Classic, an official NHL event under