The National Women's Hockey League opened its restricted free agent period on May 1, with an undoubtedly interesting summer ahead. All players are free agents, having signed one-year contracts prior to the 2016-2017 season. In addition, teams are looking to fill their rosters in the absence of many Olympians, who
Buffalo Beauts forward Corinne Buie is a champion, once again. Buie and her Beauts teammates won the Isobel Cup as NWHL champions this past season. On its own, this would be a phenomenal accomplishment and surely one to strive for. But Buie? She is a champion time and time again,
It's always interesting to see how a championship team enters the year following their big win. After all, you won the biggest prize -- how can you possibly top that?
That's the situation the Boston Pride faced heading into the 2016-2017 NWHL season. Coming off their Isobel Cup championship victory
For the second consecutive season, the NWHL's Isobel Cup Final will feature the Boston Pride and the Buffalo Beauts. This time, it all comes down to one game, which will be played at 6:00 PM this Sunday at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell.
The Pride punched their ticket
With the NWHL regular season complete, the focus of the league now heads to the upcoming Isobel Cup semifinals and final. The league also handed out several awards earlier this week.
Boston vs. Connecticut: Thursday, March 16 @ 7:30 PM Eastern
Although the Pride swept the regular-season series, anything can
As the National Women's Hockey League wrapped up its regular season this past weekend, several important things happened.
The playoff matchups are now set. With their 4-3 victory on Sunday, the Buffalo Beauts secured third place in the NWHL. This pits them against the second-place New York Riveters in playoff
With just one weekend remaining in the National Women's Hockey League season, the Boston Pride are still undefeated. A pair of wins this past weekend over New York and Buffalo put the Pride at 16-0-0 this season.
For a while, however, it didn't appear as though that would be the
The Connecticut Whale couldn’t quite pull off a victory over the still-undefeated Boston Pride Friday night, but they still managed to come out of the weekend with a win over the Buffalo Beauts on Sunday afternoon.
At one point, the Whale held a 4-1 lead over the Pride during
Riveters Overcome Four-Goal Deficit
To some, a four-goal deficit may seem insurmountable. For the NWHL's New York Riveters on Sunday, however, it was a challenge that was met with energy, focus, and determination that helped them to a 6-5 overtime victory over the Connecticut Whale.
The Whale started off strong,