Hockey

Toronto Six remain winless as Whitecaps complete stellar comeback in shootout win

Jonna Curtis and Haley Mack scored in the shootout to earn the Minnesota Whitecaps a come-front-behind 6-5 win over the Toronto Six in National Women's Hockey League action Sunday.

Lindsay Eastwood scores Toronto's 1st ever franchise goal

The Minnesota Whitecaps overcame a 4-goal deficit to complete a 6-5 shootout victory over the Toronto Six in NWHL action on Sunday. (@NWHL/Twittter)

Jonna Curtis and Haley Mack scored in the shootout to earn the Minnesota Whitecaps a come-from-behind 6-5 win over the Toronto Six in National Women's Hockey League action Sunday.

Minnesota (2-0) trailed 5-1 during the second period. Mikyla Grant-Mentis had the lone shootout goal for Toronto (0-1-1).

Mack, Sydney Baldwin, Haylea Schmid, Audra Richards and Meaghan Pezon scored in regulation time for Minnesota.

Breanne Wilson-Bennett scored twice for Toronto. Grant-Mentis, Lindsay Eastwood and Emily Fluke had the other goals.

WATCH | Toronto Six remain winless as Haley Mack's winner completes Whitecaps' rally:

Haley Mack, Minnesota Whitecaps rally to down Toronto Six in a shootout

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Haley Mack scored the winning goal, as the Minnesota Whitecaps rallied from a four-goal deficit to keep the Toronto Six winless with a 6-5 shootout victory. 0:45

Eastwood opened the scoring at 8:03 of the first period on the man advantage. Grant made it a 2-0 contest at 10:06 before Wilson-Bennett added another power-play goal at 14:16. Baldwin replied on the power play at 17:36 for Minnesota but Wilson-Bennett restored Toronto's three-goal lead with another power-play goal at 7:29 of the second.

WATCH | NWHL rookie Lindsay Eastwood scores Toronto Six's 1st franchise goal:

Lindsay Eastwood scores 1st goal in Toronto Six franchise history

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NWHL rookie Lindsay Eastwood scored the first goal in Toronto Six franchise history, putting her team up 1-0 against the Minnesota Whitecaps. 0:59

Fluke made it 5-1 at 18:59 before Schmid and Mack scored 49 seconds apart before the end of the period to cut Toronto's advantage to 5-3.

Richards made it 5-4 with a short-handed goal at 13:00 of the third period before Pezon tied the contest on the power play at 14:24.

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