2009–10 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 Minnesota Whitecaps 12 10 2 0 44 24 20
2 Edmonton Chimos 18 7 7 4 40 48 18
3 Strathmore Rockies 18 7 10 1 43 55 15

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The 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.[2] Game two on Sunday afternoon 31 January was a Whitecaps victory of 5-3 over the Chimos.[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]

  • 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 at the Elgin Barrow Arena in Richmond Hill.[5]

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

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Minnesota Whitecaps win the Clakson Cup.[7]

Scoring Leaders[edit]

Player/Team GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
1 Sam Nixon, Minnesota Whitecaps 11 9 7 16 14
2 Reagan Fischer, Strathmore Rockies 18 7 7 14 24
2 Kaley Herman, Strathmore Rockies 16 5 9 14 48
3 Erin Keys, Minnesota Whitecaps 11 8 5 13 18
4 Lindsay McAlpine, Edmonton Chimos 17 7 5 12 18
4 Mia Mucci, Edmonton Chimos 16 6 6 12 10
5 Tara Hammer, Strathmore Rockies 16 5 6 11 10
6 Lindsay Robinson, Edmonton Chimos 17 5 5 10 10

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Goalie Leaders[edit]

Player/Team GP W SO GAA
1 Megan Van Beusekom, Minnesota Whitecaps 12 10 2 1.80
2 Keely Brown,[9] Edmonton Chimos 11 4 1 1.96
3 Kristen Young, Edmonton Chimos 2 1 0 2.88
4 Carli Clemis, Strathmore Rockies 5 3 0 2.95
5 Grace Gaska, Strathmore Rockies 3 1 0 3.02

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