Taking the ice at Scotiabank Arena as captain of Team Gold was a dream come true for CWHL veteran Liz Knox. After six seasons with the Thunder (first in Brampton, now in Markham), Knox, or Knoxy as she is known, made her first All-Star Game. If this were just a
Brigette Lacquette came across as quiet, soft-spoken, and perhaps a little shy when she spoke to the media at a Hilton conference room in downtown Toronto ahead of the 2019 CWHL All-Star Game. Despite her unassuming demeanor, Lacquette's excitement was evident. The 2015 Clarkson Cup champion was not only participating
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From the North Star State to the Queen City, Amanda Leveille has proven herself to be a spectacular goaltender in the National Women's Hockey League. After spending her first two professional seasons with the NWHL's Buffalo Beauts, Leveille went home to Minnesota, where she's been suiting
In December 2016, Kelly Pannek had never been invited to a senior camp with USA Hockey. Fifteen months later, she won an Olympic gold medal. Her coaches at the University of Minnesota weren't planning on her missing the 2017-18 collegiate season. It wasn't that they didn't think she was skilled
Heading into the final weeks of the NWHL season, Buffalo Beauts defender Lisa Chesson and her team are on a nine-game winning streak, and are set to enter the Isobel Cup Playoffs as the defending champs with one game left in the regular season.
Chesson and the