1998–99 NWHL season

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The 1998–99 NWHL season was the first season of the National Women's Hockey League.

1998-99[edit]

Final standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

Eastern Division
No. Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Bonaventure Wingstar 34 13 16 5 104 91 31
2 Montreal Jofa Titan 34 12 17 5 88 109 29
3 NCCP Raiders 34 9 19 6 61 114 24
4 Laval Le Mistral 34 9 21 4 78 144 22
Western Division
No. Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Beatrice Aeros 40 37 2 1 189 39 75
2 Brampton Thunder 40 30 7 3 203 76 63
3 Mississauga Chiefs 40 23 15 2 117 75 48
4 Scarborough Sting 40 1 37 2 32 224 4

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MVP of NWHL Western Division [2][edit]

Playoffs[edit]

First Round[edit]

Eastern Division[3][edit]

  • April 10, 1999 - Montreal Jofa-Titan 3 at NCCP Raiders 1
  • April 11, 1999 - NCCP Raiders 4 at Montreal Jofa-Titan 4

Montreal Jofa-Titan wins 2 games semi-final 3 points to 1

  • April 10, 1999- Bonaventure Wingstar 4 at Laval Le Mistral 2
  • April 11, 1999- Laval Le Mistral 3 at Bonaventure Wingstar 8

Bonaventure Wingstar wins 2 game semi-final

Eastern Division Finals[edit]
  • April 17, 1999 - Bonaventure Wingstar 5 at Montreal Jofa-Titan 1
  • April 18, 1999 - Montreal Jofa-Titan 2 at Bonaventure Wingstar 2

Bonaventure Wingstar wins in total goals.

Western Division[4][edit]

  • March 17, 1999 - Mississauga Chiefs 3 at Brampton Thunder 5
  • March 23, 1999- Brampton Thunder 2 at Mississauga Chiefs 1

Brampton Thunder wins best of 3 series 2-0.

Second Round[5][edit]

April 23, 1999

  • 18:15 hrs: Mississauga Chiefs 2 Bonaventure Wingstar 6
  • 20:10 hrs: Montreal Jofa-Titan 2 @ Brampton Thunder 5

April 24, 1999

  • 10:40 hrs: Montreal Jofa-Titan 2 Mississauga Chiefs 1
  • 12:50 hrs: Brampton Thunder 6 Bonaventure Wingstar 2
  • 17:50 hrs: Bonaventure Wingstar 4 Montreal Jofa-Titan 1
  • 19:30 hrs: Brampton Thunder 2 Mississauga Chiefs 1

Final Round[edit]

April 25

  • 11:15 hrs: Bronze Medal Game

Mississauga Chiefs 2 Montreal Jofa-Titan 0


  • 13:30 hres Gold Medal Game

Bonaventure Wingstar 2 Brampton Thunder 5


  • Gold Medal  : Brampton Thunder
  • Silver Medal : Bonaventure Wingstar
  • Bronze Medal : Mississauga Chiefs

Award and honour for playoffs[edit]

Scoring 20 leaders[edit]

Player Teams Games Goals Assists Points Penalty
Stephanie Boyd Brampton Thunder 38 21 40 61 32
Caroline Ouellette Bonaventure Wingstar 27 32 38 60 6
Jeanine Sobek Brampton Thunder 40 21 36 57 20
Angela James Beatrice Aeros 31 36 19 55 47
Jayna Hefford Brampton Thunder 27 34 19 53 30
Andria Hunter Mississauga Chiefs 40 20 21 41 2
Annie Desrosiers Laval Le Mistral 32 28 12 40 40
Vicky Sunohara Brampton Thunder 24 22 18 40 18
Karen Nystrom Brampton Thunder 25 23 14 37 38
Amanda Benoit Beatrice Aeros 30 16 20 36 16
Cindy Cryderman Beatrice Aeros 39 18 17 35 50
Lara Perks Beatrice Aeros 35 16 19 35 16
Lori Dupuis Brampton Thunder 22 15 20 35 18
Nathalie Fournier Bonaventure Wingstar 33 14 21 35 25
Sommer West Beatrice Aeros 33 11 22 33 38
Geraldine Heaney Beatrice Aeros 29 8 25 33 22
Annie Fahlenbock Mississauga Chiefs 37 10 22 32 8
Tara McKay Brampton Thunder 38 10 21 31 20
Julie Pelletier Laval Le Mistral 33 15 15 30 26

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1998-99 Eastern Division All-Star Team[7][edit]

First All-Star Team[edit]

Goalie[edit]

Defense[edit]

Forward[edit]

Second All-Star Team[edit]

Goalie (tie)[edit]

Defense[edit]

Forward[edit]

1998-99 Western Division All-Star Team[8][edit]

First All-Star Team[edit]

Goalie[edit]

Defense[edit]

Forward[edit]

Second All-Star Team[edit]

Goalie[edit]

Defense[edit]

Forward[edit]

References[edit]

See also[edit]