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Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL)

WHW: Worlds wrap-up... and now we wait

Players displayed some brilliant hockey at Worlds, and now they come home with decisions to make.

Why did the CWHL close up shop?

And is there a path to a sustainable future for women’s hockey?

CWHL Wednesday

I don’t even know where to start

CWHL to cease operations

Just one week after the Clarkson Cup was awarded to the Calgary Inferno, the CWHL has announced the decision to cease business operations.

WHW: Champions!

League play is mostly over — next stop, Worlds.

Victoria Bach wins Rookie of the Year

Thunder coach Jim Jackson was the only other GTA award winner.

WHW: Championship season!

The NWHL season is over, the U Sports champions have been crowned, the SDHL season could end today, and the CWHL and NCAA have a big weekend ahead!

WHW: Where do the CWHL and NWHL go next?

With the Isobel Cup this coming weekend and the Clarkson Cup the weekend after, it’s time to pause and take a look at where the leagues stand right now.

CWHL: Furies and Thunder Final hopes dashed

The Thunder and Furies were overwhelmed by stronger competition in the final semi-final games.

CWHL Playoffs: All tied up!

A McParland hat trick and Inferno puck luck force both semi-finals to a third game.

CWHL Playoffs: Toronto Furies win game one!

Natalie Spooner scores two to lift Toronto over Calgary, Emerance Maschmeyer shuts out Markham.

Canada announces IIHF Women’s World Championship roster

Seven GTA CWHL players will be competing in Espoo.

WHW: CWHL playoff preview

Markham and Toronto go up against Montréal and Calgary this weekend.

WHW: It’s playoff time!

The CWHL playoff picture is set, and the NWHL and NCAA are shaping up.

Updated with full recap: Toronto Furies heading to the CWHL Playoffs

Furies will face Calgary Inferno in the semifinals.

CWHL Recap: Thunder clinch, Furies inch closer to playoffs

Laura Stacey scores the game-winner to send the Thunder to the postseason.

CWHL: Playoff race heats up for Furies and Thunder

It’s a race to the finish line and every point counts.

WHW: Rivalry recap

Canada and USA provided the best hockey of the week but there were plenty of intense games to go around.

CWHL recap: Chuli grounds Thunder 3-1

The Markham Thunder threatened, but they couldn’t get enough pucks past Elaine Chuli.

CWHL Recap: Furies outlast Thunder 3-2 (SO)

Shiann Darkangelo stepped up to keep Toronto in the playoff hunt.

WHW: USA beats Canada 1-0 in Rivalry Series

Hilary Knight the difference maker in the goalie duel.

Canada vs USA: How to watch the Rivalry Series

One week, three games, Canada vs USA. Don’t miss it!

CWHL Recap: Furies work hard, lose 4-1 to Montréal

A shorthanded goal from Natalie Spooner can’t save her team from troublesome nets, a fluke goal and Montréal firepower.

WHW: The legacy of Angela James

Other stories this week: the Beanpot and the NWHL All-Star Game

CWHL Recap: Thunder triple up the Blades 9-3

Victoria Bach scores her first hat trick and adds a couple of assists in the win.

CWHL Recap: Thunder spike the Blades 7-1

Jamie Lee Rattray gets her first CWHL hat trick as the Thunder score a touchdown in Worcester.

Adventures in China: Toronto Furies get creative

With a short bench and a surprise addition, Toronto gains two points on the roadtrip.

WHW: #PayDecker

Next year, instead of demonstration, why don’t we try inclusion?

CWHL Recap: Revenge of les Canadiennes, 6-2

Stacey and Bach score one apiece but Saulnier scores four.

CWHL Recap: Thunder smother the Canadiennes 2-1

Two goals from Victoria Bach and an excellent performance from Erica Howe combined for the win!

Canada announces roster for series vs USA

Four Furies and five Thunder players will join Team Canada

WHW: “Entirely amateur” team qualifies for 2020 Worlds

The Ukrainian National Team’s win at the Div IIB Qualifying tournament is the next step in their development.

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