2008–09 WWHL season

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Final standings[edit]

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

WWHL Division
No. Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 20 2 1 143 34 42
2 Minnesota Whitecaps 22 18 3 1 181 44 38
3 Edmonton Chimos 24 14 10 0 82 79 28
4 Strathmore Rockies 23 6 16 1 36 126 13
5 British Columbia Breakers 24 0 22 2 17 76 2

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Playoffs[edit]

semi-finals

  • March 7, 2009: Calgary 9, Starthmore 0
  • March 7, 2009: Minnesota 4, Edmonton 0

Final WWHL Championship[edit]

  • March 8, 2009: Minnesota 2, Calgary 0

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Minnesota Whitecaps won the Championship of the WWHL

Clarkson Cup 2009[edit]

A Canadian Women's Hockey League's team Montreal Stars won the Clarkson Cup by defeating 3-1 the Minnesota Whitecaps [3]

Scoring Leaders[edit]

Player/Team GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
1 Gina Kingsbury, Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 25 31 56 10
2 Cherie Piper, Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 16 24 40 20
2 Carla Macleod, Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 13 27 40 20
3 Jenny Potter, Minnesota Whitecaps 19 16 21 37 16
4 Tessa Bonhomme, Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 13 23 36 20
5 Rebecca Russel, Calgary Oval X-Treme 24 14 21 35 12
6 Karen McLaughlin, Calgary Oval X-Treme 23 22 11 33 22
7 Kristen Hagg, Edmonton Chimos 25 14 18 32 16

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Goalie Leaders[edit]

Player/Team GP W SO GAA
1 Kendall Newell, Calgary Oval X-Treme 10 9 3 1.60
2 Amanda Tapp, Calgary Oval X-Treme 10 8 1 1.79
3 Sanya Sandahl, Minnesota Whitecaps 9 5 0 1.98
4 Megan Van Beusekon, Minnesota Whitecaps 6 3 0 2.61
5 Manon Rheaume, Minnesota Whitecaps 2 2 0 3.00

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