After two games in Lake Placid, the Toronto Six have officially won their first NWHL game!!
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FRANCHISE HISTORY THE TORONTO SIX WIN !!!! pic.twitter.com/8X7xFe3uPZ
— Toronto Six (@TheTorontoSix) January 27, 2021
The reactions from the team as the clock wound down to zero is a visual to cherish fo a long time.
The learning that Head Coach Digit Murphy previously spoke to is beginning to shine through.
That being said, it was quite a journey to get to the win. Let’s take a look at what went into Toronto’s 2-1 win over the Boston Pride.
A FULL PLAY BY PLAY RECAP AVAILABLE HERE.
The Good and the Great
The Six had a solid start to their game, doing an excellent job of holding their ground throughout the game. The Pride tested goaltender Elaine Chuli very early but she took every shot in stride. Apart from the lone goal by Boston, it felt like Chuli was a brick wall making save after save. Toronto had constant pressure on Pride goaltender Lovisa Selander. The shots for the game were in favour of the Six 38-25. They were also 1/5 on the power play and ended …
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