Hockey

Toronto Six remain undefeated with 2nd consecutive win over Connecticut Whale

The Toronto Six remain undefeated in the Premier Hockey Federation following a 3-2 win over the Connecticut Whale on Sunday in Toronto.

Grant-Mentis, Davison and Darkangelo all score in victory

Six forward Mikyla Grant-Mentis, right, shown in a file photo during the Isobel Cup semifinals, scored one goal in a 3-2 win over the Whale on Sunday in Toronto. (Mary Schwalm/AP Photo)

The Toronto Six remain undefeated in the Premier Hockey Federation following a 3-2 win over the Connecticut Whale on Sunday in Toronto.

Shiann Darkangelo led Toronto (3-0-0) with a goal and two assists, with all scoring coming in the second period.

Taylor Davison and Mikyla Grant-Mentis also found the back of the net for the Six, which got 27 saves from Elaine Chuli.

Catherine Crawley and Kennedy Marchment replied for Connecticut (2-3-1) in the third period.

WATCH | Grant-Mentis' goal seals victory over Whale:

Grant-Mentis scores winner as Toronto Six hang on to sweep the Connecticut Whale

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Mikyla Grant-Mentis put the Toronto Six up 3-0, and then they hung on to win 3-2, and beat the Connecticut Whale in back-to-back weekend games. 1:04

Abbie Ives gave up three goals on 16 shots across two periods. Jessica Strack stopped all five shots in relief in the third.

Connecticut outshot Toronto 29-21.

It was Toronto's second win in as many days against Connecticut. The Six defeated the Whale 5-1 on Saturday for the franchise's first home win at York Canlan Ice Arena.

Toronto plays the Boston Pride (4-2-0) for a back-to-back set on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5.

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