Carolyne Prevost

10 Apr 19
allowhertoplay

Last regular season goals in franchise history: Boston Blades: Kate Leary, March 11, 2018 vs Markahm Thunder (assisted by kaitlin Spurling) Brampton Thunder: Laura Stacey, (Birchard, Jones) Jamie Lee Rattray Shootout Goal, February 19, 2017 vs Boston Blades Burlington Barracudas: Sommer West., March 11, 2012 vs Montreal Stars (unassisted) Calgary Inferno: Katelyn Gosling, February 23, […]

24 Mar 19
RUtv News

By: Ella Bonaldi On March 10th, Toronto’s CWHL team, the Toronto Furies, played the Calgary Inferno in the Clarkson Cup semifinals. In a best-of-three games matchup, three full games were needed to decide a winner. Although the Furies were unable to advance, Toronto fans do have a lot to be proud of from the 2018-19 […]

10 Mar 19
Calgary Sun

The Calgary Inferno are headed to the Clarkson Cup. The Inferno came out strong Sunday afternoon at WinSport to clinch their semi-final series with the Toronto Furies and book their ticket to the Canadian Women’s Hockey League final against Les Canadiennes de Montreal. The home-side won Sunday’s Game 3 4-1 after dropping Game 1 Friday […]

13 Jan 19
A conservative view and Gateway

The fire dwindled a little after a Start the Spark victory. The Calgary Inferno played Sunday against the Toronto Furies in Okotoks and came up short with a 3-0 loss a day after defeating the same team 4-1 on Do It For Daron day. The Inferno remain in first place in the Canadian Women’s Hockey […] …

13 Jan 19
Calgary Sun

The fire dwindled a little after a Start the Spark victory. The Calgary Inferno played Sunday against the Toronto Furies in Okotoks and came up short with a 3-0 loss a day after defeating the same team 4-1 on Do It For Daron day. The Inferno remain in first place in the Canadian Women’s Hockey […]

06 Jan 19
Montreal Gazette

Captain Marie-Philip Poulin put on a show for a rare TV audience and scored a natural hat trick against the Toronto Furies on Saturday, and followed it up with a goal and two assists on Sunday in 3-1 and 6-3 wins at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard.

04 Jan 19
Hockey in Society

Co-Authored by Brett Pardy and Courtney Szto. Women’s sports, on the whole, is far more interesting than men’s sports. That’s right, we said it. We make this assertion based on the fact that women athletes have to cultivate a life outside of the playing field, even if only to make ends meet. But subsistence purposes […]

24 Oct 18
woddity

By Robbie Wild Hudson From: BoxRox Editor’s Note: The results for the competition are in but still unofficial pending final video review by the organisers of The Dubai Fitness Championship.  Last year’s 3rd place Games competitor Lukas Hogberg finished 37th in the qualifiers. This comes as a surprise after his phenomenal performance in Madison at the […]

23 Oct 18
woddity

OCT 21, 2018 BY TOMMY MARQUEZ From: Morning Chalk Up The 2019 CrossFit Games season is now in full swing as the first-in-season sanctioned event wrapped up their qualifier this morning at 5:00 AM PT/8:00 AM ET. The top 35 athletes after three weeks of events will move on to compete at the Championship in Dubai December […]

16 May 18
CrossFit Sabertooth

This weekend, the first three CrossFit Regionals competitions will kick off the next part of the Games qualification process. This is an awesome time of year — three straight weekends of wall-to-wall, top tier CrossFit competition, and all of it is streamed for free on the CrossFit Games site! For a CF junkie like me, […]

14 May 18
failgym

Time for my yearly – and almost always wrong – Regionals Predictions. Week 1 East Regional Men: Patrick Vellner, Alex Vigneault, Chase Smith, Austin Spencer and Christian Harris. I’m confident in Vellner and Vigneault for sure, fairly confident that Smith will qualify assuming no torn pec. Spencer and Harris are more a guess. I also […]

06 May 18
Erica L. Ayala

I spoke with Toronto Furies forward Carolyne Prevost about the world of competitive CrossFit and being a multi-sport athlete. #TheIXNewsletter #CWHL