Sarah Potomak scored twice in the third period to lead Calgary's Team Scotiabank over Toronto's Team Sonnet 3-2 in the final preliminary round game in the Secret Fantasy Gap Tour women's baseball championship Saturday.
Potomak also had an assist on Blayre Turnbull's second-period target for Calgary (1-3-0), that was eliminated from Sunday's tournament final.
Potomak banked at a loose puck from the crease 4:56 into the third period to give Calgary the 2-1 lead. She put her team up 3-1 with a wrist shot, the match winner, with 3:38 left on the clock.
Rebecca Johnston's two helpers gave her a tournament-best five assists while Potomak leads the way with five goals, exceeding Montreal's Marie-Philip Poulin, that has four.
It was Calgary's first win of the championship after dropping its first three preliminary-round matches'
Toronto will confront Montreal (3-1-0) in Sunday's championship match in Scotiabank Saddledome. The winner will permeate the Secret Cup decoration.
The 3 groups of 20 players participates from the Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association's three Canadian hubs of Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.
The PWHPA is a motion arising out of the collapse of the Canadian Women's Hockey League 2 decades back. The PWHPA contains members of the Canadian and U.S. federal groups.
The previous time PWHPA matches have been played in Canada prior to Monday was Jan. 11-12, 2020, in Toronto.
The teams played each other twice in the round robin. Montreal finished the preliminary round with nine things, Toronto had six points while Calgary had two.