Toronto Fury
City: Toronto, Ontario
League: CWHL
Founded: 2010 (2010)
Home Arena: MasterCard Centre
Colours: Blue and white
Head Coach: Dan Lichterman
General Manager: Barb Fisher

The Toronto Fury are a professional women's ice hockey team that plays in Toronto, Ontario. Most of the players from the inauguaral season in 2010-11 were players from the former Mississauga Chiefs franchise. The team adapted the name Furies during 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.

CWHLFundRaiser Feb192011

February 19, 2011: The Toronto Furies wore special blue and green jerseys in a match with the Montreal Stars. The game was held as a fundraising event put on for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind.

Season standingsEdit

= Indicates First Place finish
= Indicates championship
Year League Reg. Season Playoffs
2010-11 Canadian Women's Hockey League 4rd (one division) lost the final in Clarkson Cup

Leading scorersEdit

Year PlayerGPGAPts
2010–11Jennifer Botterill 22142539

Draft picksEdit

  • These are the first selections for every respective draft that Toronto participated in.
Draft year PlayerPickCollege
2010 Tessa Bonhomme 1st OverallOhio State Buckeyes women's ice hockey
2011 Jesse Scanzano 5th OverallMercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey

Awards and honorsEdit

Botterill TorontoCWHL

Three time Olympic gold medalist Jennifer Botterill played for the Fury in their inaugural 2010-11 season


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