PHF Weekend Review: A winless weekend hurts the Six’s standing, but not their Pride

After a 3-0 start to the season, this weekend provided a small shock to the Toronto Six. The most recent Isobel Cup winners from Boston, the Pride made the most of this two game series against the Six.
The Six used the same lineup for both games this weekend, first shared in the tweet below before their Saturday evening game:

Ridgewell gets the start tonight! pic.twitter.com/Lxx8HuiPTY
— Toronto Six (@TheTorontoSix) December 4, 2021

Saturday December 4th at Boston Pride
That first game of the weekend was an even competition, with both teams showing their worth. After a scoreless first period, Emma Woods got Toronto on the board first with this contender for goal of the season:

EMMA WOODS! WHAT A GOAL pic.twitter.com/I9bgZKQJ2g
— PHF (@PHF) December 5, 2021

That lead held until the 3rd period, until the former champions were able to tie it up on PHF-star Jillian Dempsey’s tight-angled wrister:

Dempsey from a crazy angle ties this thing up! pic.twitter.com/TIk1Ie1wKs
— PHF (@PHF) December 5, 2021

The game went to 3-on-3 overtime afterwards, which solved nothing, sending the game to the shootout. Christina Putigna and the Pride got one-up on this goal that …

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Author: Ryan Hobart / The Leafs Nation

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