2010–11 WWHL season

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The 2010–11 WWHL season will consist of 4 teams: Strathmore Rockies, Edmonton Chimos, Minnesota Whitecaps and a new team Manitoba Maple Leafs.[1] The Calgary Oval X-Treme suspended active participation in the league in 2009-10. They anticipate resuming active participation for the 2011-2012 season.

Regular season Schedule[edit]

Date Teams Score
October 29, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 12-2
October 30, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 9-0
October 30, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Strathmore Rockies Edmonton, 2-0
October 31, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 7-3
November 5, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Manitoba, 5-2
November 6, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Edmonton, 6-4
November 7, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Edmonton, 3-2
November 26, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
November 27, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
November 28, 2010 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
December 3, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 4-3
December 4, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota,4-3
December 5, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 5-2
December 10, 2010 Strathmore Rockies @ Edmonton Chimos Edmonton,2-1
December 12, 2010 Edmonton Chimos @ Strathmore Rockies Edmonton, 5-3
December 17, 2010 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Minnesota, 9-4
December 18, 2010 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Minnesota, 8-3
December 19, 2010 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Manitoba Maple Leafs Minnesota, 7-5
January 21, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Strathmore Rockies Minnesota, 8-3
January 22, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Strathmore Rockies Minnesota, 6-3
January 23, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Strathmore Rockies Minnesota, 9-3
February 4, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 11-2
February 5, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 7-0
February 6, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Minnesota Whitecaps Minnesota, 8-2
February 12, 2011 Srathmore Rockies @ Edmonton Chimos Edmonton, 3-0
February 13, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Edmonton chimos Edmonton 3-2
February 18, 2011 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
February 18, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Edmonton Chimos Edmonton 3-2
February 19, 2011 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
February 19, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Edmonton Chimos Minnesota 2-1
February 20, 2011 Manitoba Maple Leafs @ Strathmore Rockies GAME CANCELLED
February 20, 2011 Minnesota Whitecaps @ Edmonton Chimos Minnesota 2-1
February 25, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Manitoba Maple Leafs GAME CANCELLED
February 26, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Manitoba Maple Leafs GAME CANCELLED
February 27, 2011 Strathmore Rockies @ Manitoba Maple Leafs GAME CANCELLED
March 12, 2011 Edmonton Chimos @ Strathmore Rockies Edmonton 3-0
March 13, 2011 Edmonton Chimos @ Strathmore Rockies Edmonton 4-3 [2]

Final standings[edit]

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

(on March 1, 2011)

WWHL
No. Team GP W L T OTL GF GA Pts
1 Minnesota Whitecaps 18 17 0 0 1 120 43 35
2 Edmonton Chimos 17 11 5 0 1 56 41 23
3 Manitoba Maple Leafs 12 1 11 0 0 31 80 2
4 Strathmore Rockies 11 0 10 0 1 21 64 1

[3]

Scoring Leaders[edit]

(on March 1, 2011)

Player/Team GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
1 Allie Thunstrom, Minnesota Whitecaps 17 28 18 46 6
2 Gigi Marvin, Minnesota Whitecaps 17 27 14 41 8
3 Meaghan Pezon, Minnesota Whitecaps 18 10 14 24 6
4 Jenny Potter, Minnesota Whitecaps 12 8 13 21 6
5 Winny Brodt, Minnesota Whitecaps 18 7 14 21 10
6 Chelsea Purcell, Edmonton Chimos 17 9 11 20 6
7 Sammy Nixon, Minnesota Whitecaps 12 8 12 20 8
8 Amy Stech, Minnesota Whitecaps 18 7 11 18 6

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Goaling Leaders[edit]

(on March 1, 2011)

Player/Team GP W L SO GAA
1 Kristen Sugiyama, Edmonton Chimos 9 6 3 1 2.07
2 Megan Van Beusekom, Minnesota Whitecaps 7 5 1 2 2.12
3 Keely Brown,[5] Edmonton Chimos 7 4 3 0 2.23
4 Kim Hanlon Minnesota Whitecaps 6 5 0 0 2.52
5 Sanya Sandahl Minnesota Whitecaps 8 7 0 0 2.61

[6]

Playoffs[edit]

The Clarkson Cup Championship 2011 is scheduled for 24-25-26-27 march. The four competing teams include three from the Canadian Women's Hockey League and the champion team of the Western Women's Hockey League: Minnesota Whitecaps.

Date Time Teams Final Score Attendance
March 24 12:00 noon Toronto vs Brampton Toronto 3-2 100
March 24 6:00 pm Minnesota vs Montreal Montreal 5-1 240
March 25 12:00 noon Minnesota vs Toronto Toronto 6-0 300
March 25 7:00 pm Brampton vs Montreal Montreal 7-4 1,000
March 26 11:00 am Minnesota vs Brampton Brampton 7-2 500
March 26 3:00 pm Toronto vs Montreal Montreal 2-1 1,000
March 27 1:00 pm Championship Final game Montreal 5-0 2,300
Playoff Records Wins Loses
Montreal 4 0
Toronto 2 2
Brampton 1 2
Minnesota 0 3

Awards and honors[edit]

Award Winner
Top goaltender in the tournament
Player of the Game, Winning team, Clarkson Cup Final Dominique Thibault
Player of the Game, Losing team, Clarkson Cup Final Jennifer Botterill
Tournament Most Valuable Player Sarah Vaillancourt
Top forward in the tournament
Top defender in the tournament

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