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Women's Hockey Wednesday: Four Nations Cup

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Four Nations schedule, livestream and team overviews, Brampton Thunder's first win, Charline Labonté plans for the future, some NWHL analysis and Holy Cross is getting a D1 team

Iya Gavrilova of the Calgary Inferno battles Kayla Tutino of the Boston Blades
Iya Gavrilova of the Calgary Inferno battles Kayla Tutino of the Boston Blades
Kirsta Davey Photography | CWHL

Plays Of The Week: Rookies and Shot Blocks and Hat Tricks, Oh My! - The Ice Garden
Young talent dominates this edition of our top Plays of the Week.


Four Nations Cup

Schedule and Scores | Official Livestream

Finland Hopes Home Ice Will Help At Four Nations - The Ice Garden
Team Finland hosts tournament for the first time since 2012

Canada Seeks Redemption in Four Nations Cup - The Ice Garden
The Canadian Women’s National Team hasn’t won a gold medal since 2014. This year, they want to change that.

Roster Changes Raises Questions for Sweden at Four Nations - The Ice Garden
Could changes help Sweden out of the tournament basement, or will it be more of the same?

Team USA looks to defend title at Four Nations - The Ice Garden
Though they’re missing Amanda Kessel, Team USA retained its core and is looking to take home another gold medal.

The evolution of Meghan Agosta - Eyes On The Prize
The former Montreal Star is still representing her country at the top level.

Four Nations NCAA and U Sports Player Guide - The Ice Garden
Bright NCAA and U Sports talent head to Finland to make youthful mark


U Sports

RSEQ Week 2 Overview - The Ice Garden
McGill goes 2-0, Montreal goes 0-2, and Katelyn Steele steals a game

Week 3 Canada West: Battle Between the Thunderbirds and Pandas - The Ice Garden
Thunderbirds and Pandas clash in fast-paced and exciting affair


NCAA

Week 5 Div I Polls: USCHO | Ice Garden

SB Nation’s Women’s College Hockey Division 1 Poll: Trends Through Week 5 - The Ice Garden
Looking for some insight into the chaotic NCAA Women’s Hockey season thus far

Weekend wrap: Oct. 30 :: USCHO.com Blogs :: D-I Women's Hockey Blog :: U.S. College Hockey Online
A summary of this weekend's results.

Women’s College Hockey: Week 5 NWHL Prospect Report - The Ice Garden
The Ice Garden’s weekly update on the NWHL’s 2016 draftees

Holy Cross women’s hockey to upgrade to Division I :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online
Holy Cross women's team will be a Division I program starting in the 2017-2018 season.

OPINION: We are witnessing the pinnacle of RMU women’s hockey | The Sentry
The news site of Robert Morris University

Goalie to Goalie: An Interview with Ohio State’s Kassidy Sauvé - The Ice Garden
After nearly two years, the Buckeyes’ goaltender speaks about her long journey back to hockey

Women’s College Hockey: Goalie Breakdown - The Ice Garden
The Ice Garden’s goaltender analysis at the quarter mark of the NCAA season

Boston College Sweeps a Home-and-Home Against UConn - The Ice Garden
UConn gets swept by BC, Anastos and Little shine in multigoal games

Women's Hockey - Wisconsin Athletics - Desbiens, No. 1 Badgers tame Mavericks
Another week, another Desbiens shutout.


CWHL

Game Recaps

Blades Notebook: Boston Showing Major Improvement - The Ice Garden
Tough weekend against the defending champs.

Toronto Furies split home-and-home with Brampton Thunder - Pension Plan Puppets
A series missing stars from both teams produced mixed results

News

Sarah Lefort Lives Up to Great Expectations - The Ice Garden
In the early days of the CWHL season, Lefort has shown Les Canadiennes exactly why they drafted her in the first round.

Changing the Narrative for the Brampton Thunder - The Ice Garden
The Thunder look to come back from a 0-4 start to their season


NWHL

Analyzing Early Shooting Trends In The NWHL
The NWHL's Four Nations Cup break presents us with an opportunity to take a look at some early trends this season.

MeiGray Named Official Game-Worn Source of the National Women's Hockey League - OurSports Central
The National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) today announced the MeiGray Group (MGG) has been named 'The Official Game-Worn Source of the NWHL.

NWHL: Darkangelo Not Shi-ing Away From Buffalo
Buffalo Beauts forward Shiann Darkangelo is quickly embracing her new team in the sophomore season of the NWHL.

Rookies Chesson And Janiga Add Quiet Leadership To Beauts
The team is off to a somewhat disappointing start. At 1-2-1, the Beauts are still struggling to really find their groove

Two Rookies From Harvard Playing Big Roles For Riveters
New York Riveters General Manager Chad Wiseman wanted a faster, more talented team after a disappointing first season.

Connecticut Whale's Kelli Stack named NWHL Player of the Week
Two-time silver medalist Kelli Stack was named the NWHL Player of the Week after scoring one goal with three assists against the Buffalo Beauts.

The Connecticut Whale on Dogs, Coffee, Jerseys, and Miracle - The Ice Garden
Former Quinnipiac teammates, now roommates, share their thoughts on the lighter side of playing in the NWHL

Connecticut Whale Rookies Getting It Done On Offense
After a season-opening loss to the Buffalo Beauts, the Whale have won two games in a row. Their victories have not been concise.


IIHF

Canadian Olympian could be trading goalie gear for chef's hat - CBC Sports - Road to the Olympic Games
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Charline Labonte may soon be trading in her goaltending equipment for an apron and a chef's hat.

Claesson the Gladiator
Winning TV show with hockey speed and strength

Brianna Decker Front And Center For U.S. Women’s Hockey Team In Quest For Olympic Gold
It takes quite a feat to become the answer to a sports trivia question.