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Boston Pride forward Tereza Vanisova (73) scores a goal past Toronto Six goalie Elaine Chuli (29) during the first period of a WNHL hockey semifinal is the Isobel Cup, Friday, March 26, 2021, in Brighton, Mass.

Mary Schwalm/The Associated Press

The Boston Pride advanced to the NWHL’s Isobel Cup final with a 6-2 semi-final win Friday over the expansion Toronto Six.

Boston faces the winner of Friday’s later semi-final between the Minnesota Whitecaps and Connecticut Whale in Saturday’s championship game at Warrior Ice Arena.

Tereza Vanisova, Jillian Dempsey, Mary Parker and McKenna Brand each had a goal and an assist for the Pride on home ice.

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Mallory Souliotis and Sammy Davis also scored for the hosts. Boston goaltender Lovisa Selander of Sweden made 23 saves for the win.

Mikyla Grant-Mentis led Toronto with a goal and an assist. Breanne Wilson-Bennett also scored for the Six.

Toronto starter Elaine Chuli stopped 19-of-25 shots. She was replaced in the third period by Samantha Ridgewell, who faced zero shots.

The NWHL intended to complete a shortened regular season and the Isobel Cup between Jan. 23 and Feb. 5 at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, N.Y.

When the league suspended the season Feb. 3 because of several positive tests for the COVID-19 virus, the Six were 4-1-1. Toronto was the top seed when the Isobel Cup resumed Friday.

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