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Stars improve to 3-0 at Clarkson Cup Add to ...

Caroline Ouellette scored in overtime as the Montreal Stars stayed undefeated at the Clarkson Cup women’s hockey tournament with a 1-0 victory Friday over the Boston Blades.

With Kate Buesser off for tripping, Ouellette scored at 3:19 while on the power play to seal the win.

Jenny Lavigne made 27 saves for Montreal (3-0), which will face Boston in a rematch Saturday for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League title.

The top two teams in the four-team tournament play for the championship.

Despite the loss, the Blades (2-0-1) are second in the standings with five points, one behind Montreal.

Molly Schaus was impressive for the Blades, stopping 34-of-35 shots in the loss. The Blades had 10 power-play opportunities but couldn’t convert.

In the late game, Rebecca Johnston scored in overtime to lift the Toronto Furies past the Brampton Thunder 4-3.

Johnston also scored in regulation for Toronto (1-2), which trailed 2-0 after the first period.

Meagan Aarts and Natalie Spooner also scored for the Furies, while goaltender Sami Jo Small made 29 saves.

Bailey Bram had two goals for the Thunder (0-3) while Gillian Apps also scored and Liz Knox stopped 31 shots.

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