Jashvina Shah

Jashvina Shah

Jashvina covers the CWHL for Victory Press. She also covers Princeton hockey, B1G hockey & used to cover BU women's & men's hockey. She also broadcasted BU M Hockey. BU '13. Twitter: @icehockeystick

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CWHL Weekend Wrap

December 07, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

Only three teams were in action this weekend, as Les Canadiennes faced Markham and Toronto. After the weekend, the Inferno are still on top of the CWHL with 18 points, while Les Canadiennes are now tied with Kunlun for fourth place. Markham Thunder vs. Les

CWHL Weekend Wrap

December 01, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

The past two weeks in CWHL action were mostly centered in China. Markham and Toronto traveled there for a week, where the pair faced off against Kunlun and Vanke. In Calgary, the Inferno swept Boston in a two-game set last weekend. Vanke's offense came to

CWHL Weekend Wrap

November 17, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

Calgary and Toronto split the past weekend, while Les Canadiennes took two of three games from Kunlun. The Inferno are still at the top of the league, as they hold a four-point lead over Les Canadiennes. Toronto vs. Calgary The Furies struck first on Saturday,

CWHL Weekend Wrap

November 10, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

This past weekend featured a series between Boston and Vanke and Calgary and Markham. Both Vanke and Calgary swept, giving the Inferno a commanding three-point lead in the standings. Meanwhile, Vanke is now third with eight points. The Rays have have won four games in

CWHL Weekend Wrap

November 03, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

This past weekend, Kunlun split the series with Calgary and Vanke swept with Toronto. Les Canadiennes earned a sweep with a couple of one-goal wins. Les Canadiennes and Markham are tied for the league lead with eight points, while Calgary sits below with seven. All

CWHL Weekend Wrap

October 27, 2017

CWHL Weekend Wrap by Jashvina Shah

The CWHL season is fully underway, and it features a much different makeup than in years past. Some noteable players have retired, others are with the Canadian national team in this Olympic year and, of course, the league now has two additional teams. The newly