Buffalo Beauts forward Corinne Buie is a champion, once again. Buie and her Beauts teammates won the Isobel Cup as NWHL champions this past season. On its own, this would be a phenomenal accomplishment and surely one to strive for. But Buie? She is a champion time and time again,
For Buffalo's NWHL team, redemption is spelled B-E-A-U-T-S.
Redemption, after all, is exactly what the Beauts found when they captured their first-ever Isobel Cup Championship over the reigning champions, the Boston Pride. It was the ultimate rematch, and this time, Buffalo found a way to win.
The championship capped a
It's always interesting to see how a championship team enters the year following their big win. After all, you won the biggest prize -- how can you possibly top that?
That's the situation the Boston Pride faced heading into the 2016-2017 NWHL season. Coming off their Isobel Cup championship victory
If there was an award for Most Improved Team in the National Women's Hockey League, there's no doubt that it would have been awarded to the New York Riveters.
In one season, they went from the bottom of the standings with a record of 4-12-2 to second-place in the league
The NWHL's Connecticut Whale looked like a pretty different team heading into the league's second season.
Their first captain, Jessica Koizumi, hung up her skates to pursue a coaching career at Ohio State. Their assistant captain, Kaleigh Fratkin, signed with New York over the summer.
Also gone: their leading scorer,