Toronto’s Carlee Campbell celebrates her first CWHL goal. (Photo Credit: Chris Tanouye / CWHL)
The Toronto Furies turned it around in the second half of the back-to-back against the Brampton Thunder. The Battle of the GTA games are always chippy, rough, and amazing to watch. Especially when the Furies take the W.
- Starting in net today for the Furies is Christina Kessler. Starting in net for Brampton is Liz Knox.
- Brampton’s Rebecca Vint takes an early roughing penalty. Brampton’s Sarah Edney follows her into the box soon after for delay of game. Brampton killing a 5-on-3.
- Julie Allen scores a goal with an assist from Shannon Moulson less than five minutes into the first. 1-0 Furies.
- Michela Cava scores soon after with an assist from Carlee Campbell. 2-0 Furies.
- Brampton’s Vint takes a penalty not long after, and heads to the box for hooking.
- First Furies penalty of the game comes at just under nine minutes left in the first, when Cava took a hooking penalty.
- Kelly Terry takes a two minute penalty for a head check and a 10 minute misconduct against Vint. Ella Stewart serves the two minutes.
- Brampton’s Jessica Hartwick goes off for hooking. Teams playing 4-on-4 hockey.
- Brampton’s Taylor Woods goes off for body checking. Brampton killing another 5-on-3.
- Furies on the PK to end the first period as Campbell goes off for body checking with less than a minute in the period.
- Furies start the second period on the PK.
- Toronto’s Caroline Prevost scores early in the second period with assists from Jess Vella and Cava. 3-0 Furies.
- Brampton’s Hayley Williams heads off for cross checking.
- Toronto’s Cava goes off for delay of game as the second period comes to an end.
- Furies start the third period on the PK.
- Campbell scores her first goal as a Furie with an assist from Terry. 4-0 Furies.
- Emily Fulton scores an unassisted goal in the final minutes of the third. 5-0 Furies.
- Final score: 5-0 Furies!
— Toronto Furies (@TorontoCWHL) October 30, 2016
Tied for Blue Warrior status today are Carlee Campbell and Christina Kessler. Kessler was an absolute beast in the net, stopping everything that came her way, including some highlight reel glove saves, and earning the Furies the shutout. And Campbell scored her first goal in the Toronto blue and white, as well as notching an assist on Michela Cava’s goal in the first.
It’s a weekend of milestones for the Toronto Furies. Sommer West made it to 100 games behind the bench with the CWHL. And now today’s shoutout. Shannon Moulson played her 200th game with the CWHL today. Moulson is only the second player to reach 200 games (the first being fellow Furie Kristy Zamora).
Shannon Moulson is just the 2nd player to reach 200 @TheCWHL games
1.Kristy Zamora 217
2.Shannon Moulson 200
3.Meagan Aarts 193 pic.twitter.com/CaeTXoDp37
— Angela James Bowl (@AngelaJamesBowl) October 30, 2016
COMING UP NEXT
The Toronto Furies next play the Calgary Inferno at Winsport B Joan Snyder on Saturday, November 12th. Puck drops at 7:30pm.