The Minnesota Whitecaps finished with a 10-11-3 record and a minus-1 goal difference, making them the last club to qualify for the playoffs in the Premier Hockey League.
But the second-seeded Toronto Six shocked the top-seeded Boston Pride in a two-game semifinal sweep to advance to Sunday’s Isabel Cup final at Mullett Arena in Tempe, Arizona.
. The Six concluded the regular season with a 17-5-2 record and advanced to the championship series after bouncing back from a setback in game one to overcome the Connecticut Whale, 2-1.
Toronto and Minnesota have never faced each other in the postseason before. The Whitecaps won the PHL title in 2019 in the league’s first final game to go into overtime, while the Six are still looking for their first title.
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Before Minnesota’s 5-2 and 4-1 victories against the Pride on March 18, they were 0-4 against them during the regular season. In the series, Jonna Albers had four goals and an assist, while Amanda Leveille turned away 96.3% of shots from Boston.
After losing the first game 5-3, Toronto won the next two games 3-2 and 3-0 to go to their first ever championship series. For the Six, Michela Cava scored three times and added an assist; Brittany Howard scored twice for four points; and defenseman Kati Tabin contributed once with three assists.
Throughout the course of the season, Toronto has defeated the Whitecaps nine times in a row, outscoring them 14-5. On February 26th, the Six and the Five played each other, and the Six won by a score of 7-1.
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