On the night of November 20, 2014, the team then known as the Boston Blades held a two-hour practice in the Clark Athletic Center at UMass Boston. It was cold and rainy that night, and the rink, situated in the middle of a small peninsula that extends out into Dorchester
The Markham Thunder won two of their three games against the Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays, wrapping up the season series with a 3-2 edge. Meanwhile, Les Canadiennes de Montréal swept the Worcester Blades and the Calgary Inferno swept the Toronto Furies.
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- It was another week of major
Photo: Matthew Raney Photography
Four of the NWHL's five teams returned to action this past weekend, with the Boston Pride hosting the Buffalo Beauts for a pair of games, and the Connecticut Whale visiting the Metropolitan Riveters.
Here are the current NWHL standings:
- Minnesota Whitecaps (6-0, 12 points)
- Boston Pride
With all four Canadian teams on a break during the Four Nations Cup, the Worcester Blades travelled to China to face the Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays in a three-game series. (The Markham Thunder have already played two of their three games in Shenzhen as well, but those will be covered
(Photo: Matthew Raney Photography)
After two weeks of downtime, the National Women's Hockey League returns to the ice this weekend with four of its five teams in action. Here's what you need to know heading into the weekend:
The Minnesota Whitecaps, who remain undefeated through six games, will maintain their