Clarkson Cup 2018

2018 Clarkson Cup

Sunday March 25, 2018 @ 12 PM EST
Ricoh Coliseum ● Toronto, ON

The Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) is excited to announce they will be partnering with the Toronto Maple Leafs to bring the 2018 Clarkson Cup Final presented by Scotiabank to Ricoh Coliseum, home of the Toronto Marlies. Puck drop is scheduled for 12:00 PM EST, with the game being nationally broadcasted on Sportsnet.

The Clarkson Cup is awarded to the winner of the CWHL Final, with teams earning a spot following two semifinal playoff series. The Clarkson Cup was named after Governor General of Canada, Adrienne Clarkson, and was awarded for the first time during the 2008-2009 season when the Montréal Stars claimed their first of a league-leading four Clarkson Cups.

Friday, March 23

CWHL Awards Show

Location: Toronto Centre for the Arts
5040 Yonge St, North York ON

Cocktails @ 7 PM
Awards @ 8 PM
Saturday, March 24

CWHL Community Day

Location: MLSE LaunchPad
259 Jarvis St, Toronto ON

For full schedule information Click Here
Sunday, March 25

Clarkson Cup Final

Location: Ricoh Coliseum
45 Manitoba Drive, Toronto ON

Puck drop @ 12 PM
Friday, March 23

CWHL Awards Show

Single Tickets: Adult $25 - Child $15
Package Tickets: Adult (1) + Child (1) $30
Group (15 or more): $10


For group tickets contact Sandy Petinakis at [email protected].
Sunday, March 25

Clarkson Cup Final

Single Tickets: $20
Group Tickets: $15
Doubleheader Tickets (includes Clarkson Cup Final + Toronto Marlies Ticket): $25


For group and doubleheader tickets contact Kaelyn Hanoski at [email protected].
CWHL Awards Show 2018
The CWHL Awards, held on the Friday night of the Clarkson Cup weekend, represent the pinnacle of individual achievement in the CWHL. Join us for a celebration of the league’s brightest individual performers and the best moments of the 2017-2018 CWHL season.

Hosted Friday, March 23 at the Toronto Centre of the Arts on 5040 Yonge Street.
2017 CWHL Award Winners

Chairman’s Trophy Calgary Inferno
Awarded to the regular season CWHL champions

Humanitarian Award Jessica Campbell of the Calgary Inferno
Awarded to an individual making a positive impact in their community

Coach of the Year Scott Reid with the Calgary Inferno

Rookie of the Year Laura Stacey of the Brampton Thunder

Goaltender of the Year Charline Labonté of les Canadiennes de Montréal

Defenceman of the Year Meaghan Mikkelson-Reid of the Calgary Inferno

Angela James Bowl Jess Jones of the Brampton Thunder and Marie-Philip Poulin of les Canadiennes de Montréal
Awarded to the highest point scorer in the regular season

Most Valuable Player Marie-Philip Poulin of les Canadiennes de Montréal

Jayna Hefford Trophy Marie-Philip Poulin of les Canadiennes de Montréal
Awarded to the CWHL MVP as voted by the players
CWHL Community Day
CWHL Community Day is about giving back to the community and making connections from the women’s game to the community.

Some events will include: Yoga Clinics by Ivivva, multisport activites, fitness obstacles, Q & A with CWHL athletes.


Be a part of the 2018 Clarkson Cup weekend!

Be involved with CWHL Community Day or volunteer with the CWHL Awards Show and Clarkson Cup Final. Opportunities are aplenty with the three days of festivities all throughout the city of Toronto.

For further information on being involved with Community Day or volunteering please contact [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the event locations?
2018 CWHL Awards show
Theatre: Lyric Theatre
Toronto Centre for the Arts
5040 Yonge Street, North York, ON

CWHL Community Day
MLSE LaunchPad
259 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON

The Clarkson Cup
Ricoh Colisuem
45 Manitoba Dr, Toronto, ON

How can I purchase group tickets?
For Clarkson Cup group tickets, please contact [email protected].

For awards show group tickets, please contact [email protected]

Will there be an opportunity for autographs at each event?
Yes, at each event you will have an opportunity for autograph signings from the athletes participating in the Clarkson Cup final.

What is the CWHL?
The CWHL is the premier professionally-run women’s hockey league in the world, dedicated to raising the profile of the women’s game while providing a place for the best international female hockey players to train and compete. The league is comprised of seven teams: the Boston Blades, the Calgary Inferno, les Canadiennes de Montréal, the Kunlun Red Star, the Markham Thunder, the Toronto Furies, and the Vanke Rays. The league is led by CWHL Commissioner Brenda Andress and the Board of Directors is full of familiar faces committed to the cause, including Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Brian Burke, and Arlene Dickinson.

Where is the Clarkson Cup final taking place?
The Clarkson Cup final will take place at the Ricoh Coliseum (45 Manitoba Dr, Toronto ON, M6K 3C3) on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 12 PM ET.

Can I bring my own food and drinks into the Ricoh Coliseum?
No food or drink can be brought into the Ricoh Coliseum. However, there will be several locations selling food and drinks throughout the Ricoh Coliseum.

Can I bring my own camera and/or video camera to the Clarkson Cup Final?
Yes, non-professional cameras (any camera without a removable lens) are allowed at the game, but please be aware there will be some areas where cameras are prohibited.

Are animals allowed into the game?
Service animals may accompany fans throughout the venue, but all other animals/pets are prohibited.