For the first time in league history, all five NWHL teams were active in league play in the same weekend. The Buffalo Beauts and Metropolitan Riveters met for the first time since the 2018 Isobel Cup championship game, while the Minnesota Whitecaps traveled the East Coast to face the Boston
The Buffalo Beauts captured a commanding 5-0 win over the league-leading Boston Pride Saturday afternoon, ending the Pride's four-game winning streak and refusing to allow them to capture sole possession of first place in the NWHL. The Pride remain tied with the inactive Minnesota Whitecaps for the top spot in
Splitting a weekend series with the Buffalo Beauts, the Minnesota Whitecaps are still tied with the Boston Pride as the top team in the NWHL. The Pride captured an overtime victory over the Connecticut Whale on Sunday afternoon. The Metropolitan Riveters remain last in the league and were inactive this
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With just a few days left in the calendar year, the National Women's Hockey League finally held its 2018 draft over the past week. Draft selections were announced over a two-day period on Twitter and Instagram, with teams picking in reverse order of the current league standings.
The Boston Pride moved into first place in the National Women's Hockey League with a win over the Metropolitan Riveters, while the Buffalo Beauts beat the Connecticut Whale in other NWHL action this weekend. The Minnesota Whitecaps were off this week.
Here are the current NWHL standings:
- Boston Pride (6-2,