2017-18 All-Star Game
The CWHL All-Star Game did not occur during the 2017-2018 season due the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games which featured 21 CWHL players and took place from February 9-25, 2018.
The CWHL All-Star Game will return for the 2018-2019 season.
2016-17 All-Star Game
Team Blue (5) vs. Team White (9)
The 2016-17 CWHL All-Star Game was played at the Air Canada Centre on February 11, 2017, marking the third consecutive season the showcase took place inside the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Over 8,000 fans were on hand to see Team White, led by fan-voted captain Carlee Campbell of the Toronto Furies, knock off Team Blue, captained by the first-ever fan-voted duo of Natalie Spooner and Meaghan-Mikkelson, by a final of 9-5.
All-Star Game first star, from the Calgary Inferno, Jill Saulnier registered a four-point performance for Team White including a hat-trick. Fellow Team White standouts included Brampton Thunder representative Jess Jones who also recorded a hat-trick and Les Canadiennes de Montreal captain Marie-Philip Poulin who also notched four-points (1 G, 3 A) in the outing. Toronto Furies goaltender Christina Kessler also shined for Team White shutting out Team Blue with 18 saves over 30 minutes of action. Meanwhile for Team Blue, Toronto's Jenelle Kohanchuk (2 G), Calgary's Haley Irwin (1 G, 1 A), and Brampton's Jamie Lee Rattray (2 A), all picked up two points.
2016-17 CWHL All-Star Game 3 Stars
1st Star: Jill Saulnier (Calgary Inferno - Team White)
2nd Star: Jess Jones (Brampton Thunder - Team White)
3rd Star: Jenelle Kohanchuk (Toronto Furies - Team Blue)
2015-16 All-Star Game
Team Black (5) vs. Team White (1)
The 2015-16 CWHL All-Star Game was played at the Air Canada Centre on January 23, 2016, marking the second straight season the showcase took place inside the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs. With over 7,000 fans in attendance, fan-voted captain Julie Chu of Les Canadiennes de Montreal led Team Black to a 5-1 win over Team White, captained by the Toronto Furies Natalie Spooner.
All-Star Game MVP, from Les Canadiennes, Marie-Philip Poulin led all players with two goals scored for Team Black. Also earning two points for the winning Team Black was Montreal teammate Caroline Ouellette (2 A), Brampton Thunder representative Laura Fortino (2 A), and from the Calgary Inferno, Jill Saulnier (1 G, 1 A). Team Black goaltenders Christina Kessler and Delayne Brian combined for the win. Combining for the lone Team White goal were Calgary Inferno teammates as Jessica Campbell finished off a nice feed from Brittany Esposito.
2015-16 CWHL All-Star Game MVP
Marie-Philip Poulin (Les Canadiennes de Montreal - Team Black)
2014-15 All-Star Game
Team Red (3) vs. Team White (2)
The 2014-15 CWHL All-Star Game was the first official all-star game for the CWHL and was at the Air Canada Centre, home of the Toronto Maple Leafs, on December 13, 2014. Led by fan-voted captain Charline Labonté of Les Canadiennes de Montreal, Team Red defeated Team White, captained by the Calgary Inferno's Jessica Campbell, in a tightly-contested matchup 3-2.
Team White quickly jumped ahead in the first period with goals from Natalie Spooner of the Toronto Furies and Kelli Stack of the Boston Blades. In the second period, goaltending stood tall as both Sami Jo Small of the Toronto Furies and Delayne Brian of the Calgary Inferno shut the door on the offensive stars. Team Red stormed back in the third with three straight goals from Lisa-Marie Breton-Lebreux (Montreal), Jamie Lee Rattray (Brampton), and securing all-star MVP honours with the game-winner, Rebecca Johnston (Calgary).
2014-15 CWHL All-Star Game MVP
Rebecca Johnston (Calgary Inferno - Team Red)