The Toronto Six originally were not on the schedule for Wednesday evening however, the Six got thrusted into the 8:30PM time slot and had to take on the Buffalo Beauts. The Beauts originally scheduled to play the Metropolitan Riveters on Wednesday, it was deemed that for player safety the Riveters needed the day off.
The Toronto Six returning to action following their first win in team history looked to invoke a rivalry as they took on the Buffalo Beauts. Toronto opened the scoring thanks to an absolute dandy by Six forward Brook Boquist.
That lead wouldn’t last long as the Beauts tie it up shortly after, Autumn MacDougall tallied the goal for Buffalo. The Beauts added another as Autumn MacDougall scored again to give Buffalo the 2-1 lead in the first frame.
The Second period Toronto answered as Taylor Woods scores to tie the game up at 2-2. Thats how the score would remain for almost the entire second frame until, Megan Quinn scores for Toronto and gives the Six a 3-2 lead heading to the third period.
The Toronto Six would hold off the Buffalo Beauts for the third period and while short handed Emily Fluke adds the empty netter to give the Toronto Six a two goal lead making it 4-2. The Toronto Six would hold on to earn their 2nd win and have officially began their first winning streak in team history.
The Toronto Six dominated the Buffalo Beauts out shooting them 49-26. Toronto Six goaltender Elaine Chuli stopped 24 of 26 shots for the games 1st star and earning her team the win. Toronto returns to actions Saturday Janurary 30th at 12pm, when they take on the Connecticut Whale.
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