2014 Clarkson Cup

The 2014 Clarkson Cup is a women's ice hockey tournament that was contested in Markham, Ontario to determine the champion of the Canadian Women's Hockey League from March 19 to March 22, 2014. The Toronto Furies defeated the Boston Blades by a 1-0 tally in overtime to claim their first title.[1] The tournament was played at Markham Centennial Centre. With the victory, Natalie Spooner became the first woman in hockey history to claim the gold medal in the Winter Games and the Clarkson Cup in the same year.

Round robin

  • March 21: In Toronto's shootout victory against Montreal, Natalie Spooner scored the winning goal of the shootout. With Boston prevailing by a 6-2 tally against Calgary later that day, Hilary Knight scored a tournament-high four goals in one game.
March 19Calgary vs. TorontoToronto, 3-2
March 19Boston vs. MontrealBoston, 1-0
March 20Boston vs. TorontoBoston, 2-1
March 20Montreal vs. CalgaryMontreal, 5-4
March 21Montreal vs. TorontoToronto, 2-1 (SO)
March 21Boston vs. CalgaryBoston, 6-2



Scoring leaders

Kate BuesserBoston43474
Hilary KnightBoston45160
Kelli StackBoston41560
Natalie SpoonerToronto42352
Taryn PeacockCalgary31452
Danielle StoneCalgary33146
Julie PaetschCalgary32242

Furies championship roster

1Sami Jo Small
2Julie Allen
3Jessica Vella
4Michelle Bonello A
6Meagan Aarts
8Katie Wilson
9Kristy Zamora A
10Jordanna Peroff
12Martine Garland
14Alyssa Baldin
18Lexie Hoffmeyer
19Britni Smith C
21Kelly Zamora
23Shannon Moulson
24Natalie Spooner
25Tessa Bonhomme
27Carolyne Prevost
28Brooke Beazer
35Christina Kessler
44Kori Cheverie
77Holly Carrie-Mattimoe
91Jenelle Kohanchuk

Awards and honours


  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-25. Retrieved 2014-03-24.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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