Over the past week, the United States and Canadian women's national teams took the ice for a three-game Rivalry Series, with games held in London and Toronto, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan. It was a "friendly" – well, as friendly as you can get between such fierce rivals – competition ahead of the
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The Boston Pride dominated the Metropolitan Riveters in a Monday matinee in the lone NWHL action this past long weekend. The game was originally scheduled for January 20, but had to be rescheduled due to weather.
In the end, puck drop ended up being pushed back
(Photo: Michelle Jay/NWHL)
Some of the biggest stars in the National Women's Hockey League descended upon Nashville, Tennessee this past weekend for the league's annual All-Star Weekend. From a sold-out (500 capacity) Skills Challenge on Saturday to an All-Star Game on Sunday that saw over 6,000 in attendance,
(Photo: Michelle Jay/The Boston Pride)
The Buffalo Beauts and Boston Pride came out on top in NWHL action this past weekend, as four of the league's five teams were in action in league play. Buffalo has now won five straight. On the flip side of things, the Connecticut Whale
In the lone NWHL game this weekend, the Buffalo Beauts outpowered the Boston Pride en route to a 4-1 victory that evened the two teams in league standings.
Here are the NWHL standings:
- Minnesota Whitecaps (10-4, 20 points)
- Boston Pride (8-4, 16 points)
- Buffalo Beauts (8-4, 16 points)
- Metropolitan Riveters