Furies Postgame: Furies Win! Montreal’s Streak Ended By Blue and White


The Toronto Furies celebrate their win over Les Canadiennes de Montreal. (Photo credit: Chris Tanouye / CWHL)

With Saturday’s 2-1 win over Les Canadiennes de Montreal, the Toronto Furies brought Montreal’s winning streak to an end (to the surprise of nobody who’s seen them play this season). The game also marked the Furies debut for rookie Danielle Gagne.


  • Christina Kessler starts in goal for the Furies. Catherine Herron starts in goal for Les Canadiennes.
  • Early in the first, Toronto’s Shannon Moulson takes a hooking penalty and sites for 2 minutes, but its killed off. 
  • Halfway through the first, at 10:02, Caroline Ouellette tips one in. 1-0 Les Canadiennes. 
  • Emmanuelle Blais takes a tripping penalty shortly after, Les Canadiennes kill it off.
  • Second period remains scoreless and penalty free until 9:36, when Cathy Chartrand went to the box for Les Canadiennes.
  • At 4:31, Les Canadiennes’ Sophie Brault takes a penalty for cross checking and sits for 2 minutes. 
  • Chartrand takes another penalty with only 2:15 left in the second.
  • With 10.7 seconds left in the second period, Toronto’s Jenelle Kohanchuk scores. 1-1 tied game.
  • At 15:44 in the third, Toronto’s Kelly Terry scores. 2-1 Furies.
  • Shortly after, Toronto’s Moulson heads to the box for hooking. 
  • With only a couple of minutes left in the third period, Les Canadiennes pull the goalie for the extra attacker.
  • It’s not enough. Furies win! 2-1.


Tonight’s Blue Warrior is, without a doubt, Kelly Terry. She scored the game winner for the Furies tonight and was all over the ice, fighting for the puck and creating chances all game. Honourable mention goes to Danielle Gagne, who made her Furies debut tonight. The forward was a solid presence on the ice tonight, creating opportunities for her linemates and keeping the puck in the zone.


Today’s shoutout goes to the Furies’ partner teams: the Etobicoke Dolphins, the Toronto Leaside Wildcats, the Mississauga Chiefs, the North York Storm, the Oakville Hornets, and the Scarborough Sharks. All the girls from the partner teams turned out in force tonight to cheer on the Furies. 


The Toronto Furies next play on Sunday 20th November in the second half of their weekend match up against Les Canadiennes de Montreal. Puck drops at 1pm at MasterCard Centre for Hockey Excellence.