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Toronto Six romp past Connecticut to clinch top seed in Isobel Cup group

The Toronto Six obtained top seed following a 6-0 victory over the Connecticut Whale in round-robin play at the National Women's Hockey League Isobel Cup playoffs on Sunday.

Toronto forward Mackenzie MacNeil pots pair in 6-0 victory

The Toronto Six obtained top seed in their Isobel Cup group following a 6-0 victory over the Connecticut Whale in round-robin NWHL action on Sunday. (@NWHL/Twitter)

The Toronto Six have clinched the first seed in their group at the National Women's Hockey League Isobel Cup playoffs.

The Six obtained top seed following a 6-0 victory over the Connecticut Whale in round-robin play at the Herb Brooks Arena.

Toronto Six forward Mackenzie MacNeil scored a pair of goals in the victory. Sarah-Eve Coutu Godbout, Taylor Woods, Taytum Clairmont and Mikyla Grant-Mentis also scored a goal.

The Six will play the fourth-seeded team in Thursday's semifinals, either the Buffalo Beauts or the Boston Pride. Both teams will play each other Monday to determine the final seed for this week's semifinal games.

WATCH | MacNeil pockets 2 in Toronto Six win:

Mackenzie MacNeil scores twice in Toronto Six win over Whale

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MacNeil led the way as the Six shutout Connecticut 6-0 in NWHL round robin play. 0:39

The winner of the semifinals will play in Friday's championship game.

Toronto is the first Canadian team to participate in the NWHL and is playing in its inaugural season.

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