The National Women's Hockey League continues its offseason with numerous player signings, its first international draft and several front office moves. In case you've missed anything over the last few weeks, let's take a look at what's happened in the league.
I'm in Durham, NH for the women's Frozen Four. Boston College and Minnesota face off for the National Championship.
Come join our live blog in conjunction with USCHO.
Minnesota is playing in their fifth straight National Championship game. They've won three of the last four national title. They are the defending champions and are looking for their sixth NCAA title.
History is on their side -- their titles tend to come in pairs. They won in 2004 and 2005 and in 2012 and 2013.
Boston College is playing in their first national championship game. They had made it to three consecutive Frozen Fours, but had not advanced past the semi-finals until this year.
The Eagles are looking to cap a perfect season. They only other women's team to have an undefeated season in the NCAA era is Minnesota.
These teams have met six times, the last time in 2013 in the national semi-final in Minnesota. Boston College has just one win -- the 2011 NCAA quarterfinals.
Follow along with our live blog, and stream the game live here.
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