Weekend Recap: Montreal and Markham Split the Weekend

All eyes were on the Montreal vs. Markham games this weekend as the series was the only one to be played.

On Saturday, Les Canadiennes arrived in Markham for their back to back games against the Thunder. It was a tight and intense game that left fans on the edge of their seats. Victoria Bach opened the scoring in the 1st and scored another in the second.  Erin Ambrose answered Bach’s second goal, scoring halfway into the second, but Erica Howe shut down the rest of Les Canadiennes with a tough battle to the very end. The Thunder won the game 2-1.

Les Canadiennes came back on Sunday looking to take the second game in the series and with the help of Jill Saulnier, they would get the win. Saulnier scored 4 goals against the Thunder with a goal from Marie-Philip Poulin and Karell Emard to give Les Canadiennes a 6-2 win over the Thunder. Bach and Laura Stacey would let the two goals for Markham.

Earlier this week, the Rays stopped in Calgary to play the Inferno. The Inferno won 5-2, clinching their spot in the playoffs.

Game Summaries
Jan. 26:  Montreal 1, Markham 2
Jan. 27: Montreal 6, Markham 2


Upcoming Schedule

Toronto Furies (8-11-0) vs. Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays (11-10-1)
Tuesday, January 29, 7:30 PM CST- Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre
Thursday, January 31, 7:30 PM CST – Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre
Saturday, February 2, 2:30 PM CST- Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre| CWHL LIVE

Calgary Inferno (17-3-1) vs. Les Canadiennes de Montreal (16-4-1)
Saturday, February 2, 5:00 PM EST- Complexe Sportif Bell
Sunday, February 3, 1:30 PM EST – Complexe Sportif Bell

Markham Thunder (10-8-3) vs. Worcester Blades (0-20-0)
Saturday, February 2, 8:00 PM CST-Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Centre
Sunday, February 3, 12:30 PM CST-Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Centre

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