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Carolyne Prevost Scoring Leader for CWHL Toronto Furies
saturday december 21, 2013


 


Where are they Now?

Sarnia Native Carolyne Prevost joined the Toronto Furies this season after making her debut in the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) last year for the Montreal Stars.

 

Prevost is currently the top scoring leader for the Furies and third in the CWHL league with 5 goals and 6 assist.

The Furies are currently in 3rd place (4-3-1OTL).

 

Previously Prevost was a member of the NCAA National Champions Winsconsin Badgers and a member of gold medal winning U22 and U18 teams.  Her goal is to earn a spot for the Canadian Olympic team.  (roster to be announced on Monday December 23.

 

 

 

About the Canadian Womenís Hockey League (CWHL): 

The CWHL is the most premier, professionally run women's hockey league in the world. It is made up of five teams that include; The Boston Blades, Brampton Thunder, Calgary Inferno, Montreal Stars and Toronto Furies.

 

The League enables elite female hockey players to pursue their dreams of competing at the highest level possible, while enhancing the lives of others through exceptional athleticism, entertainment and motivation. The league is centrally funded, with all participating teams in the CWHL receiving equal access to financial support and given the same opportunities to succeed.

 

The CWHL is a not-for-profit organization, with every dollar going towards building a league that is dedicated to raising the profile of women's hockey, providing a place for the best female players in the world to compete and inspiring the next generation of female hockey heroines. Since the CWHLís inception in 2007, each hockey season has culminated in an exciting play-off round in which the top teams face off for the Clarkson Cup, named after former Governor General of Canada Adrienne Clarkson.

 


 

 

 

 

 








 

 

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