If this weekend's lone NWHL matchup is any indication, pretty much no one. The game was broadcast live on NESN from Newark, NJ, where the Pride took on the New York Riveters, and the intense back-and-forth action, featuring stunning play from both Lauren Slebodnick and Katie Fitzgerald in the pipes,
After nearly three weeks off, the NWHL will return to action on Saturday, January 7 with all four teams in action. The league-leading Boston Pride visit the New York Riveters for a 6:30 PM puck drop, with the Connecticut Whale hosting the Buffalo Beauts at 7 PM.
A game at the Bell Centre, milestones reached, and a win for the Boston Blades. The weekend had it all. Both series -- Les Canadiennes against the Inferno and Boston vs. Toronto -- were splits.
The win was Boston's first of the season and expanded the gap between Toronto and
The NWHL returned to action this past weekend with a trio of games following the Thanksgiving holiday. The Boston Pride remain undefeated after capturing victories over the Connecticut Whale and the New York Riveters, while the Buffalo Beauts retain second place in the league with a win over the Riveters.
On the surface, it appears to be business as usual for the National Women's Hockey League. The league has been off from action since November 20, and recently issued a press release to remind folks of their upcoming games this weekend.
However, this Thursday marks two weeks since the league
"Today wasn't our day, but a good thing about us is... we don't give up."
That's what Buffalo Beauts forward Megan Bozek said following Sunday's 5-0 loss to the Boston Pride, a game that left the Pride undefeated and on a 17-game winning streak dating back to last season.
The National Women's Hockey League has enacted player salary cuts, effective immediately, "in order to keep the league viable," per a media conference call with league commissioner Dani Rylan on Friday afternoon.
"It was a decision we have been thinking about for a while now," Rylan said.
“We want to
The Boston Pride haven't kicked their habit of slow starts, but it didn't matter, since they eventually trounced the New York Riveters by a score of 5-1 on Saturday night at the Warrior Ice Arena in Allston, Massachusetts.
New York opened the game by showing better puck management, especially in
Boston Goes Up 3-0 on the Season in a Shootout
by Zoë Hayden
The Boston Pride remained perfect on the year by narrowly edging out the Buffalo Beauts in a shootout on Saturday evening at Warrior Ice Arena in front of a sold-out crowd.
Brianne McLaughlin made the difference throughout
The National Women's Hockey League adopted the slogan "History Continues" for its second season. That slogan certainly seemed fitting as the league opened the season this past weekend with a slew of events, including three games, at HARBORCENTER in downtown Buffalo, NY.
In addition to kicking off the NWHL's regular