Canadian Women's Hockey League
Making her senior national team debut, Bettez looks forward to February’s series.
Ann-Sophie Bettez makes her return to the national program.
Les Canadiennes’ forward has a goal and two assists, named second star in 8-4 win.
‘We know that we may only have one shot to introduce the women’s game to an audience’ - Leah Hextall
Hextall talks about the challenges she, and Sportsnet, faces covering the women’s game.
With three points out of four, Montreal closes gap on first place Calgary.
Montreal hosts their visitors from China for the only time this season.
Marie-Philip Poulin, Ann-Sophie Bettez, and Jill Saulnier combine for six goals in the two games.
Montreal looks to get the year off to a good start.
Offence explodes for five goals as team secures series win.
Danièle Sauvageau wins her debut behind the bench led by her stars.
As the team prepares for three games in China, the team reacts to their former teammate behind the bench.
The Olympic coach comes to the CWHL as Montreal announces their plan to replace Dany Brunet.
As Montreal looks to devise a coaching plan for the rest of the season, we look at some potential options.
A milestone weekend saw Montreal outscore their opponent 13-1.
Mixing up Americans and Canadians has created an interesting dynamic when it comes to the women’s hockey landscape.
Marie-Soleil Deschênes brings a positive attitude and a strong work ethic to the rink, and is rewarded when given a chance.
After a week that saw their coach step down, Montreal lost two close games vs. the Inferno.
Les Canadiennes and the Inferno head into the weekend 7-1-0.
The announcement comes ahead of a big weekend series with the Calgary Infermo.
The two stars put up a combined 13 points in the two games.
Montreal looks to continue their winning ways on their first trip to Worcester.
Montreal’s offence explodes in the second game of the weekend series.
Winners of three of their first four games head on the road for the first time this season.
It was a statement weekend for the Fabs against the defending champions.
Montreal faces off against the Clarkson Cup champions, who haven’t lost in regulation in 2018.
A look back at the first weekend of the season.
Two tightly contested games leave both teams with two points
Fifteen Olympians from 2018 will clash as two of the top teams in the CWHL start their season.
Montreal’s defence is undergoing a transition, but their goaltending got stronger.