The 2015 Clarkson Cup was 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 4 to March 7, 2014. The Boston Blades defeated the Montreal Stars by a 3-2 tally in overtime to claim their second title.[1] The tournament was played at Markham Centennial Centre. The overtime-winning goal was scored by Janine Weber,[2] who became the first European player to score a Cup-winning goal. Weber's stick that she used to score the Cup-winning goal was donated to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

First round[edit | edit source]

Date Teams Score
March 4 Boston vs. Toronto Boston, 3-0
March 4 Calgary vs. Montreal Montreal, 4-0
March 5 Boston vs. Toronto Boston, 7-3
March 4 Calgary vs. Montreal Montreal, 2-0

Championship game[edit | edit source]

Scoring summary
Period Team Goal Assist(s) Time Score
1st MON Ann-Sophie Bettez Caroline Ouellette, Emmanuelle Blais 0:31 1–0 MON
BOS Hilary Knight – PP Kacey Bellamy, Brianna Decker 16:29 1-1
2nd None
3rd BOS Brianna Decker – PP Monique Lamoureux, Hilary Knight 6:17 2–1 BOS
MON Emmanuelle Blais Caroline Ouellette, Lauriane Rougeau 9:54 2–2 TIE
OT BOS Janine Weber Tara Watchorn, Corinne Buie 2:12 3–2 BOS
Shots by period
Team 1 2 3 OT Total
Boston 10 9 8 1 28
Montreal 4 6 4 1 15

Scoring leaders[edit | edit source]

Player Team GP G A PTS PIM
Brianna Decker Boston 3 5 3 8 10
Hilary Knight Boston 3 4 3 7 6
Monique Lamoureux Boston 3 0 5 5 0
Janine Weber Boston 3 3 0 3 0
Emmanuelle Blais Montreal 3 2 1 3 2

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Boston Blades – 2015 Clarkson Cup champions[edit | edit source]

Defenders

Forwards

Goaltenders

Coaching and Administrative Staff:

Awards and honors[edit | edit source]

  • Most Valuable Player, Charline Labonte, Montreal Stars
  • First Star of the Game, Hilary Knight, Boston Blades[4]
  • Second Star of the Game, Brianna Decker, Boston Blades
  • Third Star of the Game, Charline Labonte, Montreal Stars

References[edit | edit source]

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