Ryerson University's paper The Ryersonian came out with a bit of a state-of-women's-hockey from the Ryerson Rams perspective, including thoughts from 2 players who have entered the CWHL draft, Rams head coach Lisa Haley (also coach in Sochi) and Kori Cheverie (Furies player and Rams skate training specialist). It even has some discussion of the NWHL. Definitely reccommended reading.
Angelica Rodriguez wrote a piece about Role Models, Setting an Example, and Pro Women's Hockey Players for the Victory Press
A new women's hockey podcast She Shoots She Scores has just started. Its first episode features our own Emily Wang as a special guest!
A profile on UWO's graduating goalie Kelly Campbell
Trine University will house Indiana's first women's college hockey team
From Women's Hockey Life - Cornell alumnae in the pro leagues.
Lee Stecklein, Gopher and Team USA player knows a couple of things about winning championships.
Rattray taking celebrating to new heights. Literally. pic.twitter.com/nBqdJBhVN5— CWHL (@TheCWHL) April 10, 2016
The CWHL has a league in the Stanley Cup bracket challenge. Players are staff and submitting brackets, but fans are also encouraged to compete - the fan winner will win a CWHL All-Star Game jersey.
Sports Illustrated looks at CWHL neo-rookies Marie-Philip Poulin and Leslie Oles.
When Les Quebecoises met Les Canadiennes - women's sledge hockey!
More re-signings as the restricted free agency period continues:
Beauts: Paige Harrington
Kate Cimini evaluates Boston Pride draft picks.
Team USA hero Alex Carpenter did an AMA on Reddit yesterday. One question - she was an NWHL draft pick last year - will she sign?
Current IIHF rankings are out. Crucially, Switzerland and Japan are ranked sixth and seventh respectively and will each host a Final Olympic Qualification tournament in February 2017.
Probably not particularly surprising, but Worlds brought money to Kamloops.
Bronze is the New Gold, a breakdown of the other teams from Worlds Top Division
The 2016 Women's Under 18 Worlds will take place in Regina Saskatchewan this November.
Ouellette, Sunohara and St-Pierre talking to young hockey players in Kamloops. From Dog Driver Media