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The 2004–05 WWHL season was the first season of the Western Women's Hockey League. Previously this league did not exist and the western teams were in a division of the National Women's Hockey League[1].



Final standingsEdit

No. Team GP W L T GF GA Pts
1 Calgary Oval X-Treme 21 20 0 1 152 18 51
2 Minnesota Whitecaps 12 8 3 1 34 23 40
3 Edmonton Chimos 21 12 8 1 65 53 34
4 British Columbia Breakers 21 5 15 1 49 98 14
5Saskatchewan Prairie Ice 21 1 19 1 24 132 3
[2]



PlayoffsEdit



Final round: Calgary Oval X-Treme vs Edmonton Chimos in Calgary, Alberta

Calgary Oval X-Treme win the WWHL Champions cup





Playoffs Stats
No. Team GP W L T GF GA
1 Calgary Oval X-Treme 3 2 0 1 14 0
2 Edmonton Chimos 3 1 1 1 3 5
3 Minnesota Whitecaps 3 0 2 0 2 14
[3]



Scoring Leaders Edit

Player/Team GP Goal Assist Pts Pen
1 Hayley Wickenheiser, Calgary Oval X-Treme 21


24


38


62


20


2


Danielle Goyette, Calgary Oval X-Treme


21


23


26


59


14
3 Dana Antal, Calgary Oval X-Treme 18


16


17


33


6


4


Kaley Hall, Calgary Oval X-Treme 22


16


16


32


50


4


Samantha Holmes, Calgary Oval X-Treme


24


15


17


32


18
5 Kelly Bechard, Calgary oval X-Treme 18


12


15


27


14


5


Correne Bredin, Calgary Oval X-Treme 24


2


25


27


22


6


Colleen Sostorics, Calgary Oval X-Treme 19


9


17


26


28


[4]




Goalie LeadersEdit

Player/Team GP W SO GAA
1 Brittony Chartier, Calgary Oval X-Treme 14


12


5


0.50


2


Amanda Tapp , Calgary Oval X-treme


8


6


1


0.62


3


Shari Vogt, Minnesota Whitecaps 4


1


1


1.71


4


Kelly Brown, Edmonton Chimos 13


6


2


2.36


5


Lara Smart, Edmonton Chimos


5


3


2


2.45


[5]




Awards and honorsEdit



ReferencesEdit



League WebsiteEdit



See alsoEdit



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