CWHL Clarkson Cup Tournament 2012: Who Will Make the Final?

Mike Burse@Burse21Correspondent IMarch 24, 2012

DULUTH, MN - MARCH 18: A general view of Amsoil Arena in the first period of the championship game of the 2012 NCAA Women's Frozen Four at Amsoil Arena between the Minnesota Gophers and the Wisconsin Badgers on March 18, 2012 in Duluth, Minnesota. The Gophers defeated the Badgers 4-2. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
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A grueling four-day tournament will decide the winner of the Clarkson Cup for 2012. The Montreal Stars, Toronto Furies, Brampton HC and the Boston Blades have battled it out, with a berth in the Clarkson Cup Final coming down to today's games.

Clarkson Cup Standings as of 11am March 24, 2012
Team W L P
Montreal Stars 2 0 4
Boston Blades 1 1 2
Brampton HC 1 1 2
Toronto Furies 0 2 0

Today's matchups begin with the Toronto Furies against Brampton HC at 11:00am EDT. The second game will feature the Boston Blades against the Montreal Stars at 3:00pm EDT. Both games can be viewed on the Streaming Sports Network.

Right now, it appears that we are likely to see a final of the Montreal Stars and the Boston Blades, but today's games will ultimately decide tomorrow's matchup.

If you tune in, you will see highly-skilled and intense games with everything on the line for these teams.

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