Furies Postgame: GTA Rivalry Weekend ends in Barrie with a Furies Win

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Toronto’s Kelly Terry celebrates a goal against Brampton Thunder. (Photo Credit: Chris Tanouye / CWHL)

The GTA Rivalry Weekend has come to a close with a decisive win over the Brampton Thunder. The Toronto Furies took the W today in Rogers Hometown Hockey in Barrie. 


  • Starting in goal for the Toronto Furies is Sonja van der Bliek. Starting in goal for the Brampton Thunder is Erica Howe.
  • 24 seconds into the first period, Toronto’s Kelly Terry gets the Furies on the board. 1-0 Toronto.
  • Shortly after Toronto’s Shannon Moulson heads to the box on a hooking penalty, Furies kill it off.
  • Within minutes, Toronto’s Sena Suzuki heads to the box on an interference penalty, Furies kill it off.
  • Brampton’s Nicole Brown gets called for goaltender interference and sits for 2 minutes.
  • Toronto’s Terry sits for 2 minutes for roughing. Furies kill it off.
  • Brampton takes a hooking penalty at 2:35 in the first period. 
  • Toronto’s Natalie Spooner fires an almost goal towards Brampton’s Erica Howe, but no goal is called on the play.
  • Brampton’s Jess Jones takes a hooking penalty and sits for 2 minutes. 
  • On a breakaway out of the penalty box, Jones puts it behind Toronto’s Sonja van der Bliek. 1-1 tied game.
  • Toronto’s Renata Fast gets called for an illegal check to the head and sent off for a 10 minute misconduct and a 2 minute penalty. Emily Fulton serves the 2 minutes.
  • Brampton’s Rebecca Vint gets called for roughing and sits for 2 minutes. 4-on-4 hockey
  • Brampton’s Jamie Lee Rattray gets called for roughing and sits for 2 minutes 4-on-3 hockey.
  • Fulton leaves the box, 5-on-3 hockey.
  • Toronto’s Spooner scores bar down, Furies still on the powerplay. 2-1 Toronto.
  • Toronto’s Erin Ambrose gets called for crosschecking and sits for 2 minutes. 
  • Toronto’s Danielle Gagne gets called for tripping and sits for 2 minutes with 9:48 left in the third period.
  • Toronto’s Spooner scores again, making it 3-1 Toronto.
  • With a little over 2 minutes left in the period, Brampton pulls the goalie. 
  • Toronto’s Carolyne Prevost scores the empty netter. 4-1 Toronto.


Today’s Blue Warrior goes again to Furies’ Captain, Natalie Spooner. Last night, Spooner scored one of the two Toronto goals, and would’ve made it a second, were it not for the no-goal ruling in the second period. And then today, Spooner scored two goals and would’ve made it a hattrick… But again, she was denied by a no-goal ruling.  


Today’s Shoutout goes to the City of Barrie and Roger’s Hometown Hockey. Today’s game was a jam-packed, standing room only, event. And the City of Barrie stepped up and came in clutch.   


The Toronto Furies next play on Saturday, December 11th at the William Allman Arena in Stratford, ON. Puck drops in Stratford at 7:30pm.