The 2010–11 Toronto Furies season was the first season in Toronto Furies history.


= Indicates Olympian
= Indicates former NCAA player
= Indicates former CIS player
# Player Hometown College
1 Tessa Bonhomme (D)[1] Flag of Canada Sudbury, Ontario Ohio State Buckeyes (WCHA)
3 Britni Smith (D) Flag of Canada Port Perry, Ontario St. Lawrence Skating Saints (ECAC Hockey)
4 Carly Haggard (F) Flag of Canada Port Alberni, British Columbia Dartmouth Big Green (ECAC Hockey)
9 Kendra Fisher (G) Flag of Canada Kincardine, Ontario Humber Hawks (OCAA)
10 Michelle Bonello (D) Flag of Canada Mississauga, Ontario Mercyhurst Lakers (CHA)
15 Jennifer Brine (F) Flag of Canada Truro, Nova Scotia Harvard Crimson (ECAC Hockey)
16 LaToya Clarke (F) Flag of Canada Pickering, Ontario Minnesota Golden Golphers (WCHA)
21 Rebecca Davies (F) Flag of Canada Toronto, Ontario St. Francis Xavier X-Women (AUS)
22 Frances McPhail (F) Flag of Canada Vancouver, British Columbia Niagara Purple Eagles (CHA)
27 Meagan Aarts (F) Flag of Canada Watford, Ontario Maine Black Bears (HEA)
28 Alexandra Hoffmeyer (D) Flag of the United States Detroit, Michigan Mercyhurst Lakers (CHA)
33 Kelly Zamora (F) Flag of Canada Oshawa, Ontario Wayne State Warriors (CHA)
34 Angela Di Stasi (F) Flag of Canada Toronto, Ontario Concordia Stingers (QSSF)
39 Mary Modeste (D) Flag of Canada Oshawa, Ontario Toronto Lady Blues (OUA)
42 Laura Watt (D) Flag of Canada Ajax, Ontario Princeton Tigers (ECAC Hockey)
43 Jessica Clermont (D) Flag of Canada Port Elgin, Ontario Niagara Purple Eagles (CHA)
48 Kristy Zamora (F) Flag of Canada Oshawa, Ontario Brown Bears (ECAC Hockey)
49 Emily Berzins (F) Flag of Canada Fort McMurray, Alberta Wayne State Warriors (CHA)
54 Melissa Boal (F) Flag of Canada Pakenham, Ontario Wayne State Warriors (CHA)

Protected playersEdit

Player Hometown College
Jennifer Botterill (F) Flag of Canada Winnipeg, Manitoba Harvard Crimson (ECAC Hockey)
Martine Garland (D) Flag of Canada Toronto, Ontario New Hampshire Wildcats (ECAC East)
Sami Jo Small (G) Flag of Canada Winnipeg, Manitoba Stanford University
Tessa Bonhomme 2010 Draft

First overall selection, Tessa Bonhomme

Roster 2010-11Edit

Number Player Former Team Hometown
31 Flag of Canada Allison Cubberley Elmira College Bracebridge, Ontario
30 Flag of Canada Kendra Fisher Humber College Kincardine, Ontario
1 Flag of Canada Sami Jo Small Canadian National Team Winnipeg, Manitoba
Number Player Former Team Hometown
25 Flag of Canada Tessa Bonhomme Canadian National Team Sudbury, Ontario
19 Flag of Canada Britni Smith Port Perry, Ontario
18 Flag of the United States Alexandra Hoffmeyer Detroit,Michigan
12 Flag of Canada Martine Garland University of New Hampshire Toronto, Ontario
5 Flag of Canada Jessica Clermont Niagara University Port Elgin, Ontario
4 Flag of Canada Michelle Bonello Mercyhurst College Mississauga, Ontario
2 Flag of Canada Haleigh Callison University of British Columbia Smithers, British Columbia
Number Player Former Team Hometown
96 Flag of Canada Kelly Zamora Wayne State University Oshawa, Ontario
67 Flag of Canada Rebecca Davies St. Francis Xavier University Toronto, Ontario
44 Flag of Canada Kori Cheverie Truro, Nova Scotia
27 Flag of Canada Kristy Zamora Brown University Oshawa, Ontario
17 Flag of Canada Jennifer Botterill Canadian National Team Winnipeg, Manitoba
16 Flag of Canada Frances McPhail Vancouver, British Columbia
15 Flag of Canada Angela Di Stasi Concordia University Toronto, Ontario
14 Flag of Canada LaToya Clarke University of Minnesota Pickering, Ontario
11 Flag of Canada Melanie Mills Pusclinsh, Ontario
9 Flag of Canada Jennifer Brine Harvard University Truro, Nova Scotia
6 Flag of Canada Meagan Aarts Maine University Wattford, Ontario
Flag of Canada Carly Haggard[3] Port Alberni, British Columbia

Coaching Staff 2010-11Edit

  • General Manager: Barb Fisher
  • Head Coach: Dan Lichterman
  • Assistant Coach: Joanne Eustace
  • Assistant Coach: Bartley Blair
  • Equipment Manager: Lester Tiu
  • Head Athletic Therapist : Jennifer Bushell
  • Assistant Athletic Therapist: Sharon Welsby
  • Student Athletic Therapist: Carrie Alderdice

Regular seasonEdit

Final StandingsEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points.

February 28, 2011
No. Team GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
1 Montreal 26 22 2 2 125 70 46
2 Brampton 26 19 6 1 111 69 39
3 Boston 26 10 15 1 73 101 21
4 Toronto 26 8 13 5 83 98 21
5 Burlington 26 6 18 2 54 108 14


DateTeams Score
October 23, 2010 Toronto @ Brampton Brampton, 7-3
October 24, 2010 Burlington @ Toronto Toronto, 2-1
October 30, 2010 Toronto @ Montreal Montreal, 5-3
October 31, 2010 Toronto @ Montreal Montreal, 5-4
November 21, 2010 Boston @ Toronto Boston, 4-2
December 5, 2010 Toronto @ Brampton Brampton,4-2
December 11, 2010 Toronto @ Boston Boston, 6-4
December 12, 2010 Toronto @ Boston Boston, 4-3
December 18, 2010 Toronto @ Brampton Brampton 5-2
January 9, 2011 Boston @ Toronto Toronto, 9-4
January 15, 2011 Montreal @ Toronto Toronto 3-2
January 21, 2011 Brampton @ Toronto Brampton 5-2
January 30, 2011 Burlington @ Toronto Toronto 1-0
February 5, 2011 Toronto @ Boston Boston 5-4
February 6, 2011 Toronto @ Boston Boston 4-2
February 12, 2011 Toronto @ Montreal Toronto 5-4
February 13, 2011 Toronto @ Montreal Montreal 3-0
February 19, 2011 Montreal @ Toronto Montreal 4-2
February 20, 2011 Toronto @ Burlington Burlington 5-4
February 23, 2011 Burlington @ Toronto Burlington 5-4


March 27th Sunday: The final Game concluded with the Montreal Stars defeating Toronto 5 -0 [5]. Montreal got off to a 2 - 0 lead in the first period, The first goal was scored by Noémie Marin on a backhand from her off wing at the 14:47 minute mark, as she converted a pass from Caroline Ouellette. The second goal was scored at the 7:29 minute mark off a face off in the Toronto end. Toronto goalie Sami Jo Small played well in defeat [6] as Montreal controlled the game outshooting Toronto 51 to 26. Toronto did threaten offensively early in the game and could have turned the contest around but Montreal goalie, Kim St-Pierre, came up with exceptional saves [7] to earn the shutout and ultimately crown Montreal Stars as the 2011 Clarkson Cup Champions.

See alsoEdit


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