Final standings [ edit ]
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.
Calgary Oval X-Treme suspended his activities for the season 2009-10 but will spend the upcoming season (2010–2011) re-establishing a home arena and training returning Olympic team and newly recruited players.
Playoffs [ edit ]
The first Round [ edit ]
Minnesota Whitecaps sweep Edmonton Chimos: in the first game (Saturday January 30, 2010 in Edmonton) Whitecaps player
Rachael Drazan giving the Whitecaps a 2-1 overtime win over Edmonton. Game two on Sunday afternoon 31 January was a Whitecaps victory of 5-3 over the Chimos. [2 ] [3 ]
The Final Round [ edit ]
The first game of the series was Friday February 5, 2010 at Minnetonka's Pagel Ice Arena: Minnesota Whitecaps 6-3 Strathmore Rockies.
The second game of the series was Saturday, February 6, 2010 at Victory Memorial Ice Arena: Strathmore Rockies win 4-3 over the Minnesota Whitecaps.
Minnesota wins title based on most goals scored. Minnesota win the WWHL Championship [4 ]
Clarkson Cup 2010 [ edit ]
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 at the Elgin Barrow Arena in Richmond Hill. [5 ]
March 28, 2009
Brampton Thunder vs. Minnesota Whitecaps
Minnesota Whitecaps win the Clakson Cup. [7 ]
Scoring Leaders [ edit ]
Goalie Leaders [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Minnesota Whitecaps sweep Edmonton Chimos, http://www.minnesotawhitecaps.com/news/2009-2010/ , January 31, 2010
^ Minnesota Whitecaps sweep Edmonton Chimos, http://www.minnesotawhitecaps.com/news/2009-2010/, January 31, 2010
^ Minnesota Whitecaps clinch WWHL Championship, http://www.minnesotawhitecaps.com/news/2009-2010/, February 8, 2010
^ Minnesota Whitecaps: Clarkson Cup Champions, http://www.puckworlds.com/2010/6/17/1522273/minnesota-whitecaps-clarkson-cup , by Bruce Peter, 17 June 2010.
^ a b http://www.westernwomenshockeyleague.com/leagues/stats_hockey.cfm?leagueID=3639&clientID=1754
^ Keely Brown – women's hockey: http://avenueofathletes.ca/canadian-athletes/keely-brown-womens-hockey
External links [ edit ]