It was supposed to be the start of a new era, instead it was the end.
Canadian Women's Hockey League
‘We’re not really looking for convenient’: Hilary Knight talks about the latest women’s hockey movement
The American forward is no stranger to standing up for the game.
The players say they will not play in North American professional leagues until they get the resources they desire.
The board lost track of what the league was supposed to be, and now people are left to pick up the pieces.
The league announces the business model was unsustainable, and will not continue.
They won’t use it as an excuse, but injuries defined Montreal’s season.
Comeback comes up short; Calgary takes home second title in franchise history.
As Montreal gets set to return to Clarkson Cup glory, we look back at the first time the Cup was played for.
Les Canadiennes won four trophies on the night.
Two double-nominees lead the charge for Friday’s CWHL Awards ceremony.
‘Incredibly, overwhelmingly powerful’: Canadiennes’ Jill Saulnier rallies the community to overcome a tragedy
The Nova Scotia native is holding a charity hockey fundraiser for the Barho family.
Two veterans no strangers to big games played at their best for Montreal to move on.
Montreal shuts door in 5-0 rout of Markham.
Montreal’s CWHL team moves on to the winner-take-all championship game.
A crazy day preceded the team’s playoff opener.
Montreal wins 3-0 despite missing players to injury and an incident earlier in the day.
For the third straight year the semi-final features these two teams.
The annual Pink in the Rink game was another success.
Lots of offence and one spectacular defensive performance earn five players monthly honours.
The two teams will meet again in the first round of the playoffs.
The team’s Pink in the Rink game for breast cancer is on Saturday at Place Bell.
A two-goal deficit did not prevent Montreal from completing the sweep.
After a 1-0 loss, Canada comes back with a 4-3 win.
Knight scored the lone goal as USA shuts out Canada.
Montreal’s best players continue to lead the way.
Montreal is starting to come together as the season reaches its most important point.
The Canadiennes goaltender made 24 saves in her team’s victory.
From Marie-Philip Poulin and Hilary Knight to Brianna Decker and Rebecca Johnston, there’s no shortage of storylines.
Four goal performance from Jill Saulnier helps avoid a second straight loss.