Weekend Recap: Calgary and Montreal Stay on Top

It was a quieter weekend for teams with only two games played, one in Montreal and the other in Calgary.   Toronto hit the road to play Les Canadiennes during Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada while the Worcester Blades made it to Calgary to play the Inferno.

Les Canadiennes welcomed the Toronto Furies to the Arena Caroline Ouellette to face off during Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada. The day was filled with special appearances and giveaways followed by the Furies vs. Les Canadiennes match.  Maschmeyer was strong in net for Les Canadiennes allowing only one goal in the third by Spooner.  Bettez, Poulin, Deschenes and Emard all scored against Chuli with Les Canadiennes taking the game 4-1.

The Blades vs. Inferno game on Saturday was cancelled due to weather in departing cities making Sunday’s match worth 4 points instead of the regular 2. Belanger earned the shutout for the Inferno while the Blades Fujimagari was pulled after letting in 8 goals and replaced by Rackleff who let in the final 2. The final score was 10 – 0 with goals scored by Woodworth and Hickel and 2 goals scored each by Decker, Jenner, Turnbull and Leslie.

Game Summaries
Feb 9:  Toronto 1, Montreal
Feb. 10: Worcester 0, Calgary 10

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Upcoming Schedule

Toronto Furies (9-14-0) vs. Markham Thunder (12-8-3)
Saturday, February 16, 3:45 PM EST- Mastercard Center – Rink 1
Sunday, February 17, 12:30 PM EST – Thornhill Community Centre

Les Canadiennes (18-5-0-1) vs. Worcester Blades (0-23-0) 
Saturday, February 16, 8:40 PM EST- Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center
Sunday, February 17, 12:30 PM EST – Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Center

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