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Dream Gap Tour leaves Collingwood after weekend of pro hockey

There were 80 women on the ice at the Eddie Bush Arena this weekend, half of whom played hockey in the Olympics

The Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association Secret Dream Gap Tour stopped in Collingwood this weekend offering pro hockey and nail-biter games for the crowds at the Eddie Bush Memorial Weekend. 

The games featured more than 80 female hockey players, including 40 Olympians, in four games over the Jan. 21 and 22 weekend. As part of the local stop, there was also a game between Team Scotiabank and Team Adidas in Owen Sound as part of the Hockey Day in Canada festivities centred around Owen Sound this weekend. 

In Collingwood, Team Harvey's won their Saturday game against Team Sonnet with a goal by Olympic gold medalist Marie-Philip Poulin for a final score of 3-2. 

On Sunday, Team Sonnet played Team Scotiabank in the morning and Team Adidas played Team Harvey's in the afternoon, with Team Harvey's taking the win and five goals to Team Adidas' one. 

The next leg of the Dream Gap Tour includes a stop in Barrie on Feb. 11. 

About the PWHPA

Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association’s (PWHPA) mission is to promote, advance and support a viable professional women’s ice hockey league in North America that showcases the greatest product of women’s professional ice hockey in the world. The organization aims to provide a united voice to players advocating for the creation of a sustainable professional league. PWHPA is working to accomplish its mission by coordinating training needs and programming opportunities and collaborating with like-minded organizations to make hockey more inclusive for women and future generations. To learn more about PWHPA and the Secret® Dream Gap Tour, visit