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On August 12, the Canadian Women's Hockey League hosted the 2010 CWHL Draft. The event was held at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto at 7:00pm.[1] The first overall selection was former Ohio State hockey player and Olympic gold medallist Tessa Bonhomme. Former Olympic gold medallist Cheryl Pounder was Master of Ceremonies at the draft.

RulesEdit

All five teams were allowed to protect five players who had played at least one year in the league.[2] Only players from the Greater Toronto Area were available in the draft for teams from Toronto, Burlington and Brampton. Boston and Montreal did not draft players. These clubs will sign prospective players from their geographic areas.[3]

Draft by teamEdit

Tessa Bonhomme 2010 Draft

First overall selection, Tessa Bonhomme

= Indicates Olympian
= Indicates former NCAA player
= Indicates former CIS player

BramptonEdit

Draft # Player2009-10 Team
5 Delaney Collins Strathmore Rockies
8 Ashley Pendelton Brampton Thunder (reacquired through the draft)
11 Andrea Ironside N/A
14 Amber Bowman Mississauga Chiefs
17 Brooke Beazer Brampton Thunder (reacquired through the draft)
20 Erica Vanderveer Burlington Barracudas
23 Ashley Stephenson Mississauga Chiefs
26 Jennifer Kirk Brampton Thunder (reacquired through the draft)
29 Courtney Unruh N/A
32 RaeLyn LaRocque N/A
35 Lindsay Brown Mississauga Chiefs
38 Allyson Fox Brampton Thunder (reacquired through the draft)
89 Yekaterina Smolentseva Russian national team

[4]

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Lori Dupuis Brampton Thunder
Jayna Hefford 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Brampton Thunder
Laura Hosier Brampton Thunder
Cherie Piper 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Brampton Thunder
Gillian Apps 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Brampton Thunder

BurlingtonEdit

Draft # Player2009-10 Team
2 Ashley Riggs Canadian Under 22 team
6 Christina Kessler Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey
7 Shannon Moulson Mississauga Chiefs
12 Natalie Payne N/A
13 Danijela Rundqvist 2009–10 Sweden women's national ice hockey team
18 Amanda Shaw Zurich ZSC Lions
19 Kelley Hart Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)
24 Brianne McLaughlin 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
25 Mallory Johnston Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)
30 Christine Hartnel N/A
31 Danielle Blanchard Vaughan Flames
36Samantha Shirley Vaughan Flames
37Michele Janus Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)
40Andrea Bevan N/A
45 Jaclyn Pitushka N/A
46 Kelley Stewart Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)
51 Amanda Perkins Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)
52 Ashley Stewart Burlington Barracudas (reacquired in draft)

[5]

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Jana Harrigan Burlington Barracudas
Becky Kellar 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Lindsay Vine Burlington Barracudas
Sommer West Mississauga Chiefs

TorontoEdit

Draft # Player2009-10 Team
1 Tessa Bonhomme

[6]||2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team

3 Britney Smith N/A
4 Carly Haggard HC Lugano
9 Kendra Fisher Vaughan Flames
10 Michelle Bonello Vaughan Flames
15 Jenny Brine Mississauga Chiefs
16 LaToya Clarke Vaughan Flames
21 Rebecca Davies Mississauga Chiefs
22 Frances McPhail N/A
27 Megan Aarts Vaughan Flames
28 Alexandra Hoffmeyer N/A
33 Kelley Zamora Burlington Barracudas
34 Angela DiStasi Mississauga Chiefs
39 Mary Modeste Mississauga Chiefs
42 Laura Watt Mississauga Chiefs
43 Jessica Clermont Vaughan Flames
48 Kristy Zamora Mississauga Chiefs
49 Emily Berzins Vaughan Flames
54 Melissa Boal Ottawa Senators (CWHL)

[7]

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Jennifer Botterill 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Martine Garland DHC Langenthal (Switzerland)
Sami Jo Small Mississauga Chiefs

MontrealEdit

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Annie Guay Montreal Stars
Sabrina Harbec Montreal Stars
Caroline Ouellette 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Montreal Stars
Kim St. Pierre 2009–10 Canada women's national ice hockey team
Julie Chu 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Minnesota Whitecaps
[8]

BostonEdit

The Boston club was able to protect some players from being selected from their roster in the draft.

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Caitlin Cahow 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Molly Engstrom 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
Brampton Thunder
Melissa Haber Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey
Cherie Hendrickson Burlington Barracudas
Kacey Bellamy 2009–10 United States women's national ice hockey team
[9]

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