2012–13 CWHL season

The 2012–13 CWHL season was the league's sixth. For the first time the winner of the Clarkson Cup was from the United States, as the Boston Blades defeated the defending champions Montreal Stars at the finals in Markham, Ontario.

Teams and statistics

Final standings:[1]

Boston Blades24194139.813723925210–3–09–1–1
Montreal Stars24185137.7711055822211–3–17–2–0
Brampton Thunder241012222.45871833525–4–25–8–0
Toronto Furies241013121.43860722664–4–16–9–0

Captains:[1] As almost every hockey team has, there are captains and alternate captains to lead each team. Team Alberta was captained by Bobbi-Jo Slusar with alternates Meaghan Mikkelson, Jenna Cunningham and Erin Duggan. Boston was captained by Caitlin Cahow. Brampton was captained by Jayna Hefford with alternates Gillian Apps and Lori Dupuis. Montreal is captained by Lisa-Marie Breton, with alternates Caroline Ouellette, Noémie Marin and Catherine Ward. Finally Toronto is captained by Tessa Bonhomme with alternates Mallory Deluce, Shannon Moulson and Britni Smith.

Awards and honours

The 2013 CWHL Awards Gala[2] was held on Mar. 21, 2013 in Markham, ON (during the Clarkson Cup weekend). That night, the league formally recognized the CWHL regular-season champions, the Angela James Bowl winner, the Most Valuable Player, the Goaltender of the Year, the Rookie of the Year, the Coach of the Year, the Defenceman of the Year, and the Humanitarian Award winner. The all-star teams (as voted by the five head coaches) and annual all-rookie team were announced before the start of the 2013-14 season.

CWHL Top Players

CWHL All-Stars

First Team All-Stars

Second Team All-Stars

CWHL All-Rookie Team

CWHL Monthly Top Scorer



  1. "Canadian Women's Hockey League CWHL Standings". Cwhl_site.stats.pointstreak.com. Archived from the original on January 9, 2014. Retrieved October 30, 2018.
  2. "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-01-06. Retrieved 2013-11-01.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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