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Category: CWHL

NWHL expanding to Montreal and Toronto

The National Women’s Hockey League board announced a league expansion that now includes teams in Montreal and Toronto. According to a report by Emily Kaplan from ESPN, the additions will come into effect for this upcoming season. Other good news is that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says the NHL has agreed to provide a larger […]

What’s next for the CWHL community

Photo by Chris Tanouye/CWHL. Courtesy of SBNation. The CWHL, founded in 2007, was the first successful women’s hockey league in North America and was home to world-class stars, including Natalie Spooner, Brianna Decker and Marie-Philip Poulin. None of the players and staff knew about the heartbreaking decision to fold the league until just before the […]

Clarkson Cup awards recap

Marie-Philip Poulin swept up the night and took home three awards. (Photo courtesy of CWHL.) The CWHL awards took place this past Friday and were a great showcase of the league’s top talents. Alongside host Caroline Cameron, each team had a tribute introduced by a young female hockey player from their local community. Hopefully those […]

2019 Clarkson Cup awards and their nominees

Clarkson Cup Awards will be held on Sunday at Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre. Hosted by Hockey Central’s Caroline Cameron, the event will showcase the top talents in the league. While many of the awards are voted on, there are two that have already been decided with the formal presentation to come over the weekend. […]

The Inferno and Les Canadiennes set to play for the Clarkson Cup

Photo courtesy of CWHL. Neither of the Clarkson Cup semi-final matchups failed to disappoint, with both going the distance in a pair of best-of-three series’. The Calgary Inferno hosted the Toronto Furies, while the Markham Thunder were visitors against Les Canadiennes de Montréal Each series took place this past weekend between Mar. 8 and 10. […]

Women’s hockey showcased at the NHL skills competition

Photo courtesy of NHL.com. The NHL had its all-star festivities this past weekend, but the biggest story was the impressive performances by several female hockey players. While those who have paid attention to the CWHL and NWHL know the skill level of these players, the NHL’s event provided an opportunity for women’s hockey to showcase […]