PHF Weekend Review: Toronto Six off to a good start with Cava’s OT winner

The PHF season is now underway after its first games this past weekend. The games are all weekend games, because the majority of the players have jobs outside of hockey to do during the week. That lack of financial freedom for the players to play hockey full-time is one of the frustrating elements of the PHF, but it’s also one of the things that makes it interesting. Since I’m all about silver linings, I’m happy that this gives us an opportunity every Monday morning to look back on how the weekend went. Welcome to the PHF weekend review!
As the Toronto Six kicked off their second season as a franchise, they hoped to build off of the momentum from their inaugural season, which saw them in the Isobel Cup playoffs, but losing to the eventual Cup winners, the Boston Pride. their season success was built off of high energy, great results from their top scorer, Mikyla Grant-Mentis, and stellar goaltending from Elaine Chuli.
This season, with new faces in the fold, it was imperative to keep that high energy to maintain success against teams that have more established chemistry.
Their first game of the season, and only …

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Author: Ryan Hobart / The Leafs Nation

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