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The Angela James Bowl was introduced in 2007-08 to recognize the top points scorer in the newly formed Canadian Women's Hockey League
Canadian Women's Hockey League
The Canadian Women's Hockey League is one of two major women's ice hockey leagues in Canada. The league was founded in 2007. The league currently has six ice hockey teams: three in Ontario, one in Quebec, one in Alberta and one in Boston, Massachusetts....

. The trophy was donated in order to help preserve the statistical history of the new league and to help tell the story of women's hockey at the club level. The trophy was named in honour of Angela James
Angela James
Angela James is a Canadian former ice hockey forward, who played in the Central Ontario Women's Hockey League , and represented Team Canada internationally...

, a former women's hockey standout who played in the old Central Ontario Women’s Hockey League and National Women's Hockey League. On March 22, 2008, Ms. James was on hand at the first CWHL Final to present the trophy to inaugural winner Jennifer Botterill
Jennifer Botterill
Jennifer Botterill, OM is a retired women's hockey player who played for the Canadian national women's hockey team, Mississauga Chiefs and the Toronto Aeros. Her final game was the 2011 Clarkson Cup final, a 5-0 loss to the Montreal Stars...

.

Winners


Jennifer Botterill
Jennifer Botterill
Jennifer Botterill, OM is a retired women's hockey player who played for the Canadian national women's hockey team, Mississauga Chiefs and the Toronto Aeros. Her final game was the 2011 Clarkson Cup final, a 5-0 loss to the Montreal Stars...

 was the 2007-08 scoring champion, overtaking runner-up Jayna Hefford
Jayna Hefford
Jayna Hefford is a women's ice hockey player. Hefford played forward for the Canadian women's team at the Winter Olympics in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010...

 in the final weekend of the regular season. Botterill scored 61 points, three more than Hefford who had led the scoring race for much of the season. Hefford then won the 2008-09 scoring title, setting a league record with 69 points after opening up a 10-point lead on runner-up Caroline Ouellette
Caroline Ouellette
Caroline Ouellette is a Canadian ice hockey player. She is a member of the Canadian national women's ice hockey team and a member of Montreal Stars...

 who had led the race for much of the season. In 2009-10, it was Sabrina Harbec
Sabrina Harbec
Sabrina Harbec is a hockey player for the Montreal Stars and is the third winner of the Angela James Bowl. Prior to playing for the Montreal Stars, Harbec competed in NCAA hockey for the St. Lawrence Skating Saints women's ice hockey program. She is currently in the Top 10 in all-time NCAA scoring...

 who won the title with an 11-point lead over runner-up Lindsay Vine.

Angela James


Angela James
Angela James
Angela James is a Canadian former ice hockey forward, who played in the Central Ontario Women's Hockey League , and represented Team Canada internationally...

 was a long-time member of the North York/Beatrice Aeros. She also played for the Hamilton Golden Hawks
and Newtonbrook Panthers. She was a three-time scoring champion in the Central Ontario Women’s Hockey League and
the first-ever goal-scoring champion in the National Women’s Hockey League. At the international level, she won four-straight
gold medals at the IIHF Women’s World Championships, leading Canada with 34 points after those first four IIHF tournaments. In 2008, she was one of the first women players inducted into the IIHF Hockey Hall of Fame. In 2010, she will become one of the first women players inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
2007–08
2007–08 CWHL season
The 2007–08 CWHL season was the first season in Canadian Women's Hockey League history. Jayna Hefford was named CWHL Most Valuable Player and a CWHL Central All-Star. She led the league with 26 goals scored in 27 games played...

Mississauga Chiefs
Mississauga Chiefs
The Mississauga Chiefs was a professional women's ice hockey team that plays in Mississauga , Ontario. The team has played in the National Women's Hockey League and after in the Canadian Women's Hockey League...

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2008–09
2008–09 CWHL season
-Regular season:*Jayna Hefford became the first player in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League to record 100 career points. She recorded the record-setting point milestone on January 17, 2009 in a win over the Montreal Stars.-Final standings:...

Brampton Canadette-Thunder
Brampton Thunder
The Brampton Canadettes-Thunder is an ice hockey team in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. The Canadettes-Thunder play its home games at the Powerade Centre in Brampton, Ontario.-Team history:...

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2009–10
2009–10 CWHL season
The 2009–10 CWHL season was the third season in the history of the Canadian Women's Hockey League.-Exhibition games:The CWHL participated in a number of benefit games against NHL Alumni...

Montreal Stars
Montreal Stars
The Montreal Stars are a professional women's ice hockey team that plays in Montreal, Quebec. The team was awarded the Clarkson Cup in 2009 and 2011 for winning the highest honour in North American women's hockey. . The team has played in the Canadian Women's Hockey League since 2007 its...

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2010–11
2010–11 CWHL season
The 2010–11 CWHL season is the fourth in the history of the Canadian Women's Hockey League. For the season, the league will run on a budget of $500,000 and players will pay for their own equipment.-Offseason:...

Montreal Stars
Montreal Stars
The Montreal Stars are a professional women's ice hockey team that plays in Montreal, Quebec. The team was awarded the Clarkson Cup in 2009 and 2011 for winning the highest honour in North American women's hockey. . The team has played in the Canadian Women's Hockey League since 2007 its...

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