The Toronto Furies played two games last weekend against Les Canadiennes de Montreal, losing 5-1 on Saturday, October 3, and 5-2 Sunday, November 1.

Kim Deichendes opened the scoring for Les Canadiennes with a first period goal. The Furies tried their best to keep the score close, with only a goal separating the two teams heading into the third period.

But it would be Montreal who'd come out swinging with goals from Leslie Oles, Cathy Chartrand and Kim Deschenes, her second of the game, to run-up the score for Montreal and defeat the Furies 5-1.


Montreal: Deschenes, Bettez, Oles, Chartrand, Deschenes (2)
Toronto: Hogan

Toronto tried their best to come into game two with a better outcome that the previous nights result.

But it would be Leslie Oles who'd lead the charge to Montreal's 5-2 victory over the Furies, with other goals coming from Kim Deschenes, who had another two-goal game, along with Caroline Ouellette and Ann-Sophie Bettez.

Kori Cheverie would make sure that Montreal didn't get the shutout with a goal in the second period, along with a nice goal from Carolyne Prevost.

Sydney Aveson played solid between the pipes for Montreal, making 18 saves in her league debut.

Olivia Ross was busy playing in the net for Toronto, stopping 19 of 33 shots during the game.


Montreal: Deschenes, Ouellette, Oles, Bettez, Deschenes (2)
Toronto: Cheverie, Prevost

The Furies now sit in fourth place with a 1-4-2 record and three points.

Toronto won't be in action until November 21 when they welcome the Calgary Inferno to Toronto. Several players are off to represent their country at the 4 Nations Cup in the meantime.