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Furies Recap: Game Recaps and All-Star Game Details

The Toronto Furies took on Calgary last weekend, and the CWHL All-Star Game will have a new look and feel to it.

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The Toronto Furies played back-to-back games against the Calgary Inferno on December 5 and 6

December 5

Hayleigh Cudmore played incredible the first game for her Inferno, finishing the game with two goals and one assist, helping Calgary beat Toronto 9-5.

She opened the scoring for the Inferno early in the first period, and followed-up with a nice goal to make it two on the night and put the Inferno up 8-3 late in the third period.

Bailey Bram, Elana Lovell (with a hat trick), Brittany Esposito, Louise Warren, and Jill Saulnier all contributed goals for the Inferno.

Furies star Natalie Spooner finished the night with two goals. Ashton Hogan, Kori Cheverie and Kelly Terry both scored during the game as well.

December 6

Toronto came into the game with refreshed with the previous loss to the Inferno out of their minds, and it paid off.

Once again, Natalie Spooner had a night to remember for the Furies, finishing the game with a remarkable five goals and one assist. Sena Suzuki also contributed a goal in the Furies 6-5 win against Calgary.

Heavily out-shot, Furies goalie Christina Kessler had her work cutout for her, facing 45 shots.

Hayleigh Cudmore finished the game with another goal, as did Jacquie Pierri and Louise Warren. Brianne Jenner scored twice, and Jill Saulnier had a standout game, capped off with three goals.

CWHL All-Star Game Details:

The CWHL announced details for their second-annual CWHL All-Star Game taking place at Air Canada Centre January 23, 2016.

The rosters include 12 defensemen, 18 forwards and 4 goalies.

The roster:

Goaltenders (4)
Christina Kessler (Toronto, Ont./Toronto Furies)
Charline Labonte (Boisbriand, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Genevieve Lacasse (Kingston, Ont./Boston Blades)
Delayne Brian (Winnipeg, Man./Calgary Inferno)

Defence (12)
Courtney Birchard (Mississauga, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Michelle Bonello (Mississauga, Ont./Toronto Furies)
Dru Burns (Plano, Texas/Boston Blades)
Cathy Chartrand (Nominingue, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Julie Chu (Bridgeport, CT/Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Sarah Edney (Mississauga, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Laura Fortino (Hamilton, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Jocelyn Larocque (Ste. Anne, Man./Brampton Thunder)
Jacquie Pierri (Montclair, N.J./Calgary Inferno)
Laurianne Rougeau (Pte. Claire, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Sena Suzuki (Hokkaido, Japan/Toronto Furies)
Tara Watchorn (Newcastle, Ont./Boston Blades)

Forwards (18)
Ann Sophie Bettez (Sept-Iles, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Kristina Brown (North Andover, Mass./Boston Blades)
Jessica Campbell (Melville, Sask./Calgary Inferno)
Katia Clement-Heydra (Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal
Kim Deschennes (St-Quentin, N.B./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Brittany Esposito (Edmonton, Alta./Calgary Inferno)
Emily Fulton (Stratford, Ont./Toronto Furies)
Brianne Jenner (Oakville, Ont./Calgary Inferno
Jessica Jones (Demorestville, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Elana Lovell (Kamloops, B.C./Calgary Inferno)
Caroline Ouellette (Montréal, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal)
Marie Philip Poulin (Beauceville, Que./Les Canadiennes de Montréal
Jamie-Lee Rattray (Kanata, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Jillian Saulnier (Halifax, N.S./Calgary Inferno)
Natalie Spooner (Scarborough, Ont./Toronto Furies)
Candice Styles (Orangeville, Ont./Brampton Thunder)
Kelly Terry (Whitby, Ont./Toronto Furies)
Hayley Wickenheiser (Shaunavon, Sask./Calgary Inferno)

The game will be slightly tweaked from last year, with the game including three 20-minute periods.

The game will air on Sportsnet in Canada.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on December 14th.

A Look Ahead To Next Week:

The Furies have the week off next weekend, but will travel to Boston to take-on the Blades the weekend after.