The top two teams in the CWHL split their final series against one another in the regular season while the Calgary Inferno clinched home ice in the playoffs.
Stockton played a home and home series with the San Jose Barracuda this weekend, which was bad news for the Heat. Someone asked me who owns the Heat? I said “Owns… Owns…” San Jose owns the Heat, as Stockton had a 0-8 record against their Northern California rivals going into the weekend.
The Flames are in a unique situation where they’re actually big-name buyers for the first time in forever. They’re soundly in a playoff spot, but a little extra boost could be the difference between the second round and Stanley Cup Final. But they’re also in a pretty sticky situation where they’re a little broke to…
It’s honestly so great that all seven goals involved players who had been a part of the other team the previous year. It’s just a shame Bill Peters couldn’t somehow find a way to score, too.