2009–10 CWHL season

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The 2009–10 CWHL season was the third season in the history of the Canadian Women's Hockey League.

Exhibition games[edit]

The CWHL participated in a number of benefit games against NHL Alumni. Games were played on March 4 (Galt Street Arena, Cambridge), March 5 (Mountain Arena, Hamilton), March 6 (Hershey Centre, Mississauga) and March 7 (Niagara Falls Memorial Arena).[1]

Regular season[edit]

  • During the season, Ashley Johnston of the Burlington Barracudas was the youngest Ontario player to play in the CWHL.[2]

Final standings[edit]

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, OTL = Overtime Losses, SOL = Shootout Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

CWHL Division
No. Team GP W L OTL SOL Pts GF GA
1 Montreal Stars 30 23 5 0 2 48 122 70
2 Mississauga Chiefs 30 22 7 0 1 45 94 57
3 Burlington Barracudas 30 19 8 0 3 41 94 80
4 Brampton Thunder 30 12 15 2 1 27 80 82
5 Vaughan Flames 30 9 20 0 1 19 78 115
6 Ottawa Senators 30 5 23 1 1 12 61 125

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Statistical Leaders[edit]

Points (Angela James Bowl)[edit]

Player Team Games Played Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes
Sabrina Harbec Montreal Stars 29 15 40 55 34
Lindsay Vine Burlington Barracudas 30 18 26 44 28
Noemie Marin Montreal Stars 28 25 18 43 16
Lori Dupuis Brampton Thunder 27 14 24 38 44
Annie Guay Montreal Stars 26 8 30 38 26
Jana Harrigan Burlington Barracudas 22 16 21 37 26
Sommer West Mississauga Chiefs 29 11 24 35 68
Kelly Hart Burlington Barracudas 30 10 24 34 20
  • Stats do not include the Dec. 13, 2009 Mississauga-Vaughan game

Goals[edit]

Player Team Games Played Goals
Noemie Marin Montreal Stars 28 25
Lindsay Vine Burlington Barracudas 30 18
Jana Harrigan Burlington Barracudas 22 16
Rebecca Davies Mississauga Chiefs 29 16
Donna Ringrose Montreal Stars 28 15
Sabrina Harbec Montreal Stars 29 15

Assists[edit]

Player Team Games Played Assists
Sabrina Harbec Montreal Stars 29 40
Annie Guay Montreal Stars 26 30
Lindsay Vine Burlington Barracudas 30 26
Lori Dupuis Brampton Canadette-Thunder 27 24
Sommer West Mississauga Chiefs 29 24
Kelly Hart Burlington Barracudas 30 24
Jana Harrigan Burlington Barracudas 22 21
Nathalie Déry Montreal Stars 29 21

Penalty Minutes[edit]

Player Team Games Played Penalty Minutes
Sommer West Mississauga Chiefs 29 68
Jennifer Kirk Brampton Canadette-Thunder 30 67
Kelly Stewart Burlington Barracudas 28 58
Sharon Kelly Ottawa Senators 30 58
Rebecca Davies Mississauga Chiefs 29 56
Michelle Bonello Vaughan Flames 26 50
Leslie Oles Stars de Montréal 28 50
Christin Powers Ottawa Senators 26 46

Awards and honours[4][edit]

CWHL Top Players[edit]

CWHL All-Stars[edit]

First Team All-Stars

Second Team All-Stars

CWHL All-Rookie Team[edit]

Monthly Top Scorers[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

  • The Montreal Stars and Mississauga Chiefs qualified for the Clarkson Cup as they were the top two teams in the league. The four remaining teams competed in an elimination tournament. The winning team would be the final team from the CWHL to qualify for the Clarkson Cup.
Series Participants Score
Semifinals Brampton Thunder vs. Vaughan Flames Brampton, 4-1
Semifinals Burlington Barracudas vs. Ottawa Senators Burlington, 4-3 (OT)
Finals Brampton Thunder vs. Burlington Barracudas Brampton, 2-1

Clarkson Cup 2010[edit]

  • participants

March 3, 2010: Of note, the city council of Richmond Hill, Ontario donated $10,000 to the CWHL so that it could host the Clarkson Cup on March 27 and 28 at the Elgin Barrow Arena in Richmond Hill.[5]

  • Semifinals
Date Time Participants Score
03/27/2009 12:00 pm Brampton Thunder vs. Montreal Stars Brampton, 3-2
03/27/2009 16:00 pm Minnesota Whitecaps vs. Mississauga Chiefs Minnesota, 3-0
  • Finals
Date Time Participants Score
03/28/2009 15:00 pm Brampton Thunder vs. Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 4-0

[6]

Minnesota Whitecaps ( Western Women's Hockey League's team) won the Clakson Cup. [7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "Ashley Johnston - 2010-11 Women's Ice Hockey". Union Athletics. Retrieved 2013-08-16. 
  3. ^ Angela James Bowl Scoring Champions, p. 18, hockeyMedia, Richard Scott, Up North Productions, 2013, ISBN 978-0-9918671-0-3
  4. ^ http://hockeymedia.ca/wHockey_Review_2013_byhockeyMedia.pdf
  5. ^ [2][dead link]
  6. ^ "Whitecaps". Toronto: Thestar.com. March 29, 2010. Retrieved 2013-08-16. 
  7. ^ "Minnesota wins Clarkson Cup". Iihf.com. Retrieved 2013-08-16.