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Boston Pride end Premier Hockey Federation regular season with a loss to the Six in Toronto

Kali Flanagan scored the lone goal of the the third period for the Pride at Toronto.Jim Davis/Globe Staff

The Premier Hockey Federation regular season ended on Sunday with a loss for the first-place Boston Pride, who dropped a 5-4 decision to the second-place Six in Toronto.

Kali Flanagan scored the only goal of the third period to bring the Pride (19-4-1) back within one, but the Six (17-5-2) were able to hang on and snap Boston’s three-game winning streak. Kayla Friesen, Olivia Zafuto, and Sammy Davis had the other Pride goals. Lovisa Selander made 25 saves for Boston and two of the goals allowed were power-play tallies for Toronto.

Daryl Watts, Shiann Darkangelo, Michela Cava, Breanne Wilson-Bennett, and Brittany Howard had the Six goals. Carly Jackson stopped 36 shots.


The Pride open a best-of-three PHF Isobel Cup semifinal playoff series Thursday against the Minnesota Whitecaps at Bentley University. The Six will host the third-place Connecticut Whale in the other semifinal series.