The Toronto Six have entered the NWHL bubble with an intriguing task — being the new team in the league, and the underdogs. Oh, and they want to win the Isobel Cup.
We are two games in and the Six have yet to win a game in Lake Placid. Both have been eventful for the hockey club who’ve outshot their opponents 77-44 this season. Obviously they’d like to have won those games, but the Six have found positives from both games too.
“We’re learning.” Said President and Head Coach, Digit Murphy. “We’re a learning team and I’m still proud of these guys, how they competed, how they played and we’re coming. We’re coming.”
It stung the Six when they were shutout in game one against the Metropolitan Riveters. After that performance, you could recognize that once there was one goal, there’d be a lot more. Going into game two, the team and its fans were itching for a goal, and they got it — plus four more.
Lindsay Eastwood scored the first goal in Toronto Six franchise history, and when it happened — everything changed.
“When I popped the puck in the net in the …
Author: Nick Barden / The Leafs Nation