December 17 2016 11:35PM
Goaltender Christina Kessler prepares for the game. (Photo Credit: Chris Tanouye / CWHL)
The Calgary Inferno came to town for a back-to-back and this Saturday, the Toronto Furies left with the L, losing to Calgary 5-1.
- Christina Kessler started in goal for the Toronto Furies. Delayne Brian started in goal for the Calgary Inferno.
- First period was a back and forth game of skill. Both goalies were solid and stopping every shot thrown at them.
- Shots favoured Calgary, but Kessler kept the score at 0-0 for the entire first period.
- The game remained scoreless and without penalties until 7 minutes into the second period when Calgary was called for interference.
- The Inferno open the scoring with a goal from Bailey Bram. Assists came from Korio and Gosling. 1-0 Inferno.
- Early in the third, the Inferno scored again. Bailey Bram from Sarah Davis. 2-0 Inferno.
- Inferno followed it up shortly after with another goal from Iya Gavrilova with assists from Brittany Esposito and Louise Warren. 3-0 Inferno.
- Furies get on the scoreboard just seconds later. Tanis Lamoureux scores with the assist from Erin Zach. 3-1 Inferno.
- The Inferno scored late in the period. Iya Gavrilova from Brittany Esposito and Louise Warren. 4-1 Inferno.
- Toronto Furies pulled their goaltender. Christina Kessler is replaced by Sonja van der Bliek.
- The Inferno scored once more before the end of the game. Sarah Davis with the goal. 5-1 Inferno.
- Shots on goal, Toronto: 23 - Calgary: 37.
Blue Warrior for tonight's game goes to the lone goal scorer, Tanis Lamoureux. Tanis came up big for the Furies tonight, putting them on the board in the third period. Tanis also registered some good scoring chances all throughout the game as well, but unfortunately, only the one hit the back of the net.
Tonight's shoutout goes to the Oakville Hornets. The Oakville Hornets are a partner team of the Toronto Furies and were featured throughout tonight's game. They watched from the bench while the Furies warmed up, they even played a game during the first intermission. They were Toronto's loudest and proudest fans tonight.
COMING UP NEXT
The Toronto Furies next suit up on Sunday, December 18th, at 1pm at the MasterCard Centre. The Furies play the second game in their back-to-back against the Calgary Inferno.