Female Officials Growing Their Own Game

"Growing the game" is an important concept in women's hockey, and it's been adopted by both professional leagues -- the NWHL and CWHL. The mere existence of these leagues help bring women's sports to wider audiences and further the growth of women's hockey across a variety of age levels. The

Melissa Burgess

CWHL: Clarkson Cup Victory for Les Canadiennes Comes at a Turning Point for Women's Hockey

2017 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet for the ongoing paradox of women's hockey. Every four years since 1998, women's hockey has headed to the Olympics -- and no women's pro hockey league before the CWHL has survived for more than two Olympic cycles. The inconsistency in

Zoë Hayden

2017 CWHL Awards Recap

The CWHL Awards were presented last night at the Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University. The ceremony, held before the Clarkson Cup Final, is a chance to celebrate individual accomplishments from the regular season before heading into the championship contest. However, all of the players from the Inferno and Les

Zoë Hayden

CWHL Showcases Skills With All-Star Game

For members of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League All-Star teams, Saturday’s game was all about showcasing the league on a wider scale.

That certainly seemed to be a success, as 8,122 fans attended this year’s All-Star Game at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto. That's

Melissa Burgess