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The 2013 Clarkson Cup is a women's ice hockey tournament that was contested in Markham, Ontario to determine the champion of the Canadian Women's Hockey League from March 22 to March 25, 2012. The Montreal Stars defeated the Brampton Thunder by a 4-2 tally to claim their third title in four years.
- On March 7, 2013, the Clarkson Cup was given a permanent home in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
- On March 22, the Toronto Furies and Brampton Thunder competed in the final game of the round robin. Rebecca Johnston scored the game winning goal on an assist from Natalie Spooner with one second remaining in overtime.
|March 20||Toronto||Boston||Boston, 3-2|
|March 20||Montreal||Brampton||Montreal, 5-0|
|March 21||Brampton||Boston||Boston, 2-0|
|March 21||Toronto||Montreal||Montreal, 2-0|
|March 22||Montreal||Boston||Montreal, 1-0|
|March 22||Toronto||Brampton||Toronto, 4-3 (OT)|
Blades championship rosterEdit
|8||Caitlin Cahow C|
|17||Meghan Duggan A|
Awards and honorsEdit
- Most Valuable Player, Catherine Ward, Montreal Stars
- First Star of the Game, Kelley Steadman, Boston Blades
- Second Star of the Game, Caroline Ouellette, Montreal Stars
- Third Star of the Game, Genevieve Lacasse, Boston Blades
Clarkson Cup All-Star TeamEdit
- Goaltender, Genevieve Lacasse, Boston Blades
- Defense, Catherine Ward, Montreal Stars
- Defense, Gigi Marvin, Boston Blades
- Forward, Kate Buesser, Boston Blades
- Forward, Haley Irwin, Montreal Stars
- Forward, Sarah Vaillancourt, Montreal Stars
|Professional Women's Hockey seasons|
|NWHL||1998–99 | 1999–2000 | 2000–01 | 2001–02 | 2002–03 | 2003–04 | 2004–05 | 2005–06 | 2006–07|
|CWHL||2007–08 | 2008–09 | 2009–10 | 2010–11 | 2011–12|
|WWHL||2004–05 | 2005–06 | 2006–07 | 2007–08 | 2008–09 | 2009–10 | 2010–11|
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