2017 Clarkson Cup presented by Scotiabank
Sunday, March 5, 2017 @ 4 PM
Canadian Tire Centre ● Ottawa, ON
Tickets to the 2017 Clarkson Cup final are available through Ticketmaster.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday, December 22, 2016.
Tickets are $20 per person.
For group purchasing please contact Brock Gibson at [email protected].
CWHL Awards Gala
Location: Kailash Mital Theatre, Carleton University, Ottawa ON
Awards @ 8 PM
CWHL Community Day
Location: Ottawa ON
Clarkson Cup Final
Location: Canadian Tire Centre,
Puck drop @ 4 PM
The Clarkson Cup is the Stanley Cup of the women’s game. A gift from former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson, the Cup is awarded to the winner of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League championship game at the end of each season.
2016 Calgary Inferno
2015 Boston Blades
2014 Toronto Furies
2013 Boston Blades
2012 Montréal Stars
2011 Montréal Stars
2010 Minnesota Whitecaps
2009 Montréal Stars
CWHL AWARDS GALA 2017
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 2016-17 CWHL season.
Hosted March 3 in the Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University, tickets are now available.
Chairman’s Trophy Les Canadiennes de Montreal
Awarded to the regular season CWHL champions
Humanitarian Award Lisa-Marie Breton-Lebreux
Awarded to an individual making a positive impact in their community
Coach of the Year Tyler Fines with the Brampton Thunder
Rookie of the Year Elena Lovell of the Calgary Inferno
Goaltender of the Year Delayne Brian of the Calgary Inferno
Defenceman of the Year Laura Fortino of the Brampton Thunder
Angela James Bowl 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
Be sure to check back for an updated schedule of events.
- What is the CWHL?
- Where is the Clarkson Cup final taking place?
- How are the Ottawa Senators connected to the CWHL?
- What is the format of the Clarkson Cup?
- Can I bring my own food and drink into the Canadian Tire Centre?
- Can I bring my own camera and/or video camera to the Clarkson Cup final?
- Can I enter and exit throughout the afternoon?
- Are animals allowed into the game?
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 five teams: the Boston Blades, the Brampton Thunder, the Calgary Inferno, les Canadiennes de Montréal, and the Toronto Furies.
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.
The Clarkson Cup final will take place at the Canadian Tire Centre (1000 Palladium Drive, Ottawa ON, K2V 1A5) on Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 4 PM.
The CWHL Clarkson Cup final falls into our pillar of continued support for growing the game of hockey in our community. Our aim is to provide these athletes with a first-class experience and the fans with a chance to see the best of women’s hockey with an NHL in-game experience. The CWHL represents affordable, family-friendly hockey entertainment. It’s a game of skill, speed, and finesse and the access to these hockey heroes is unprecedented.
The Ottawa Senators first announced a partnership with the CWHL in January 2016. This two-year partnership will see the Clarkson Cup final brought to Ottawa for both the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
Four teams qualify for the CWHL Clarkson Cup playoffs. The semi-finals are a best-of-3 series featuring the first-ranked team vs the fourth-ranked team and the second-ranked team versus the third-ranked team, played at the home rink of the higher seed. The winner of each series will then travel to Ottawa to compete in the one-game winner-takes-all Clarkson Cup final on March 5, 2017.
No food or drink is allowed to be brought into the Canadian Tire Centre, however there will be a number of locations selling food and drinks throughout the Canadian Tire Centre.
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.
It’s recommended that you stay in the venue to avoid missing any of the action. You will, however, be granted access in and out provided you have your ticket with you.
Service animals may accompany fans throughout the venue, but all other animals/pets are prohibited.