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The Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) ice hockey league was founded in 2007. The league currently has six ice hockey teams in Ontariomarker and Québecmarker.

The Brampton Canadettes Thunder won the first CWHL championship on 22 March 2008, winning 4-3 over the Mississauga Chiefs in the final. Molly Engstrom scored the overtime-winning goal while Lori Dupuis won the Championship Game MVP honours. At season's end, Jayna Hefford was voted the league's regular-season Most Valuable Player. Jennifer Botterill won the Angela James Bowl as the league's top scorer and was voted the CWHL Top Forward. Becky Kellar was voted the CWHL Top Defender, Kim St-Pierre was voted the CWHL Top Goaltender, and Marie-Philip Poulin was voted the CWHL Outstanding Rookie. Year-end statistics can be reviewed in the 2007-08 CWHL Year in Review document at http://www.hockeymedia.ca/Womens_2009_pdf.pdf.

In 2008-09, the Stars de Montréal repeated as regular season champions, winning a league record 25 wins. At season's end, Caroline Ouellette was voted the league's regular-season Most Valuable Player. Jayna Hefford won the Angela James Bowl with a new record of 69 points and was also voted the CWHL Top Forward. Becky Kellar was voted the CWHL Top Defender, Kim St-Pierre was voted the CWHL Top Goaltender, and Laura Hosier was voted the CWHL Outstanding Rookie.

Teams

Team City Established Primary Arena ESSO National Championships/Clarkson Cups Notes
Brampton Canadette Thunder Brampton, Ontariomarker 2007 Century Gardens 1 Moved from the NWHL following its demise in the summer of 2007.
Burlington Barracudas Burlington, Ontariomarker 2007 Wave Twin Rinks 0
Mississauga Chiefs Mississauga, Ontariomarker 2007 Iceland Mississauga 0
Montreal Stars Montreal, Quebecmarker 2007 Etienne Desmarteau Arena 1
Ottawa Senators Ottawa, Ontariomarker 2007 Bell Sensplexmarker 0 Changed its name from Capital Canucks to Senators for 2008-09 season.
Vaughan Flames Vaughan, Ontariomarker 2007 Vaughan Sports Village 0


Former Teams



League Website



Team Websites



External news story

  • http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/story/2007/09/27/hockey-womensleague.html



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