Calgary, Markham & Montreal Shutout their Opponents

There was no shortage of goals this weekend with over 20 goals scored in 5 games played.

The Inferno and Les Canadiennes hot streaks continued this weekend, Calgary earning two shutout wins against the Blades, 5-0 on Saturday followed by a 9-0 win on Sunday. Montreal faced a tough Furies team on Saturday but etched out a 1-0 win with the lone goal scored by Erin Ambrose. Sunday, Les Canadiennes outscored the Furies 7-0.  In Markham, the Thunder defeated the Rays 1-0 in their only game this weekend.

Calgary’s 9-0 win over the Blades is the biggest win in the team’s history. Annie Belanger recorded two shutouts in her first appearance in the CWHL. In Toronto, Les Canadiennes Ann Sophie Bettez played her 150th consecutive game, making her the first player to do so and the 15th player to play 150 games and Emerance Maschmeyer earned her 10th career shutout.  Taylor Willard and Liv Atkinson scored their first CWHL goals.  Jenna MacParland from the Markham Thunder played in her 75th regular season game with Victoria Bach scoring the only goal Saturday night versus the Rays.

Game Summaries
Oct. 27: Montreal 1, Toronto 0
Oct. 27: Shenzhen 0, Markham 1
Oct. 27: Calgary 5, Worcester 0
Oct. 28: Montreal 7, Toronto 0
Oct. 28: Calgary 9, Worcester 0

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Upcoming Schedule
Worcester Blades (0-6-0; 0 points) vs. Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays (3-4-0; 6 points)
Tuesday, Nov. 6, 7:30 PM CST – Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre
Friday, Nov. 9, 7:30 PM CST – Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre | CWHL LIVE
Saturday, Nov. 10, 2:30 PM CST – Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre

CWHL LIVE
This season, 18 games will be streamed on CWHL Live. The full streaming schedule is available here.