Plays of the week: New York won a thing! - The Ice Garden
Mélodie Daoust is still phenomenal, New York won their first game of the year and more in this week’s top plays of the week.
Staturday with Mike, 11/19 - The Ice Garden
A weekly look at some interesting statistics from the world of women’s hockey.
RSEQ week 5 overview - The Ice Garden
The biggest surprise was that there weren’t any surprises.
Marie-Philip Poulin begins coaching career at McGill - The Ice Garden
Canada's Golden Girl, Marie-Philip Poulin, has been named a skills coach of the McGill University women's hockey team.
Women’s College Hockey: Week 8 NWHL Prospect Report - The Ice Garden
The Ice Garden’s weekly update on the NWHL’s 2016 draftees
Does College Success Translate To CWHL Or NWHL
FanRag Sports examined a small sample size of 18 forwards (one from each NWHL and CWHL team) to put this theory to the test, centering our...
No. 10 Northeastern skates to a tie with No. 7 Boston College - The Ice Garden
The Hockey East Rivals left Matthews with a 2-2 final in a tight contest.
Lund Nets Hat Trick as Princeton Buries No. 5 Colgate, 7-2 - GoPrincetonTigers.com
Sophomore Karlie Lund net her first hat trick of the season as the Princeton women's hockey team handed No. 5 Colgate its first loss of the season with a statement, taking down the Raiders 7-2.
Rooney Stops 45 Shots to Backstop Minnesota Duluth to 4-1 Win Over Wisconsin
Goaltender Maddie Rooney provided her Bulldog teammates exactly what they needed Friday night to overcome the top-ranked team in the country.
Furies recap: Furies sweep les Canadiennes - Pension Plan Puppets
The Furies handed Montreal their first two losses of the season
Brampton Thunder split weekend series against Inferno in Canadian Women's Hockey League action
The Brampton Thunder handed the Canadian Women’s Hockey League-leading Calgary Inferno their only loss of the season on Sat. Nov. 19, but the Inferno responded with a win the following day to conclude the weekend series at Brampton Memorial Arena.
Next week's games:
Thunder @ Canadiennes: Saturday 5:45 pm, Sunday 1:30 pm (EST)
Blades @ Inferno: Saturday: 7:30 pm (CWHL Live), Sunday 10:30 am (MST)
CWHL: A weekend to remember in Beauce - Eyes On The Prize
This weekend wasn’t merely a homecoming for two Canadiennes. It was a chance to create dreams.
Canadiennes' Cassandra Poudrier - 'We Play For The Passion'
Les Canadiennes de Montreal may have the toughest roster to crack in the CWHL.
Toronto's Natalie Spooner: 'We have to find a way to take away their speed' - Excelle Sports
At 26 years old, Natalie Spooner is already one of the most decorated female hockey players in the world.
How the Brampton Thunder can begin to generate offense - The Ice Garden
In order to turn around their season, the Brampton Thunder will need to kick up the offense.
NWHL: Boston Pride Continue Winning Ways
The Boston Pride are on a 17-game winning streak dating back to last season, as the NWHL club defeated the Buffalo Beauts 5-0 on November 20.
New York Riveters Shutout Connecticut Whale In Historic 4-0 Victory - Blueshirt Banter
Leaving the off-ice issues behind them, the New York Riveters cruised to their first ever shutout and first win against the Connecticut Whale.
Next week's games:
Off for Thanksgiving
Video Review: were the Riveters robbed of a goal? - The Ice Garden
Did the Riveters get a good goal taken off the board on Sunday in Buffalo?
Riveters: Kelley Steadman suspended one game for illegal hit on Kiira Dosdall - Blueshirt Banter
The Riveters suffer another injury.
Riveters' Kaleigh Fratkin Returning To Form After Slow Start
New York Riveters head coach and general manager Chad Wiseman signed defender Kaleigh Fratkin for $19,500 in the offseason.
Connecticut Whale Cast Has Changed But Systems Remain
While a number of teams underwent an overhaul in the NWHL between the inaugural and second seasons, few saw quite as much change in personnel as the Connecticut Whale, who lost some of their most notable names during the summer months.
NWHL Salary Cuts
NWHL Enacts Player Salary Cuts To Keep League Viable
The National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) has enacted player salary cuts, effective immediately, in the league's second season.
A timeline on the NWHL salary cuts: How did we get here? - The Ice Garden
It’s been a crazy 48 hours, and it’s been a little difficult keeping track of everything. We’ve collected all the information on the cuts in one convenient location.
Six questions surrounding NWHL after salary cut announcement
It has been a rough 24 hours for women’s professional hockey.
From The Rafter: Survival of professional women's hockey hangs in the balance - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Under new salary cuts, womens' hockey players will have to choose between hockey and making rent.
Riveters Pregame 11/20: A message from captain Ashley Johnston - Blueshirt Banter
The Riveters’ captain, chosen by her teammates last year, has something to say.
Q&A with Madison Packer on the NWHL salary cuts and player response
New York Riveters forward Madison Packer explains the player response to Friday's news that the NWHL would be cutting player salaries.
KHL to host Women’s All-Star Game at Week of Hockey Stars - The Ice Garden
It’ll be the first ever women’s all-star game for the KHL.
Shannon Szabados signs with Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs - The Ice Garden
Signing comes after the goaltender was cut from Peoria earlier in the year