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.
— Toronto Furies (@TorontoCWHL) December 4, 2016
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.
— Hometown Hockey (@hometownhockey_) December 4, 2016
COMING UP NEXT
The Toronto Furies next play on Saturday, December 11th at the William Allman Arena in Stratford, ON. Puck drops in Stratford at 7:30pm.