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The Toronto Furies are a professional women's ice hockey team that plays in Toronto, Ontario. Most of the players from the inaugural season in 2010-11 were players from the formerToronto Aeros franchise. The team has played in the Canadian Women's Hockey League since its inaugural 2007-08 season. The team adopted the name "Furies" after the 2011 Clarkson Cup. The decision behind naming the franchise Furies was featured on an episode of History Television's program What's In a Name? (original air date: September 12, 2011).[1] Players voted on one of five names suggested by fans. The five names that fans suggested included: the Toronto Force, Toronto Tornadoes, Toronto Snipes, Toronto Furies and the Toronto Vamps.

The Toronto Furies play their home games at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto, Ontario.

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Season-by-season[edit]Edit

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Year GP W L T GF GA Pts
2011–12 27 9 13 5 75 15 26

Season standings[edit]Edit

= Indicates First Place finish
= Indicates championship
Year League Reg. Season Playoffs
2011-12 Canadian Women's Hockey League

Current Roster 2011-12[edit]Edit

[1][2]Sami Jo Small

Goalies
Number Player Former Team Hometown
31 [3] Erika Vanderveer[2] Burlington Barracudas Bradford, Ontario
30 [4] Jamie Tessier[3] Windsor Lancers Sudbury, Ontario
1 [5] Sami Jo Small Canadian National Team WinnipegManitoba
Defence
Number Player Former Team Hometown
25 [6] Tessa Bonhomme Canadian National Team Sudbury, Ontario
19 [7] Britni Smith St. Lawrence Skating Saints Port Perry, Ontario
18 [8] Lexie Hoffmeyer[4] Maine Black Bears DetroitMichigan
12 [9] Martine Garland New Hampshire Wildcats Toronto, Ontario
4 [10] Michelle Bonello[5] Mercyhurst Lakers Mississauga, Ontario
2 [11] Haleigh Callison UBC Thunderbirds Smithers, British Columbia
Forwards
Number Player Former Team Hometown
96 [12] Kelly Zamora Wayne State Warriors Oshawa, Ontario
67 [13] Rebecca Davies St. Francis Xavier X-Women Toronto, Ontario
44 [14] Kori Cheverie Saint Mary's Huskies Truro, Nova Scotia
27 [15] Kristy Zamora Brown Bears Oshawa, Ontario
16 [16] Frances McPhail Niagara Purple Eagles Vancouver, British Columbia
15 [17] Jesse Scanzano Mercyhurst Lakers MontréalQuébec
14 [18] Mandy Cole York Lions London, Ontario
11 [19] Amy Jack Cheltenham, Ontario
9 [20] Jennifer Brine Harvard Crimson Truro, Nova Scotia
7 [21] Mallory Deluce Wisconsin Badgers London, Ontario
6 [22] Meagan Aarts Maine Black Bears Wattford, Ontario
5 [23] Amanda Klassen[6] Rochester Institute of Technology WinnipegManitoba

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Coaching Staff 2011-12[edit]Edit

  • General Manager: Rebecca Davies
  • Head Coach: Chris Brennan
  • Assistant Coach: Brad Williams
  • Assistant Coach: Ruth Yoh Campkin

Reference[8]

Leading scorers[edit]Edit

Year Player GP G A Pts
2011–12

Draft picks[edit]Edit

  • These are the first selections for every respective draft that Toronto participated in.
Draft year Player Pick College
2011 Jesse Scanzano 5th Overall Mercyhurst Lakers

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Notable former players (Toronto Aeros)[edit]Edit

Number Player Hometown Present situation
91 [24]

Geraldine Heaney (Defence)

Weston, Ontario Retired
14 [25]

Cherie Piper (Forward)

Scarborough, Ontario Playing for Brampton Thunder and the Canadian National Team
8 [26]

Angela James (Forward)

Toronto, Ontario Retired
77 [27]

Cassie Campbell (Forward)

Brampton, Ontario Retired; currently working for CBC Sports
71 [28]

Becky Kellar (Defence)

Hagersville, Ontario Plays for Brampton Thunder and the Canadian National Team
9 [29]

Gillian Ferarri (Defence)

Thornhill, Ontario Retired
11 [30]

Cheryl Pounder (Defence)

TorontoOntario Retired
17 [31]

Sari Krooks (Forward)

VaasaFinland Retired
34 [32]

Nicole Corriero (Forward)

Thornhill, Ontario Retired
17 [33]

Jennifer Botterill (Forward)

WinnipegManitoba Retired

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