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Women’s Hockey Wednesday: We need more women in charge

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Couldn’t hurt the SDHL any, and Wickenheiser shows it wouldn’t hurt the NHL either. Plus, there’s a new woman in charge at Princeton.

Toronto Furies head coach Sommer West with Alyssa Baldin (57)
Toronto Furies head coach Sommer West, with Alyssa Baldin (57)
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Article of the Week

SDHL Team or maid service? Leskands IF women expected to clean stands after men’s games - The Ice Garden
Tuesday morning we weren’t sure what was going to be the article of the week. Then Meredith Foster started making annoyed noises on Twitter and... wow. The dek for this article is “wut. just...wut.” and there’s really not a lot more to say than that.

Between this sort of shenanigans, Leif Boork continuing as the Team Sweden coach, and making it harder for foreign players to join the SDHL... it’s like Swedish Hockey had a look at how the USWNT was treating its players and went “hold my beer”. Even worse, when Sweden completely fails to medal at the Olympics this year, fingers will be pointed at the players and not the obstacles the men in charge keep throwing up against them.

International Hockey

Hockey pioneer Fran Rider joining Order of Ontario |
To Fran Rider’s lengthy list of accomplishments, you can add member of the Order of Ontario.

Danielle Goyette Is Right Where She Belongs In Hockey Hall Of Fame
Thankfully at least one of the most exceptional trailblazers will no longer wait. Hockey Canada sniper Danielle Goyette is one of five ...

Seven players who should be in the Hockey Hall of Fame - The Ice Garden
Danielle Goyette was the lone woman named to the HHOF this year, but we have some other players in mind.

Voyageurs bench boss headed to Hockey Canada camp | Sudbury Star
Laurentian Voyageurs women's hockey head coach Stacey Colarossi will lead some of the country's best women's university hockey players at the 2017 Women’s Hockey Canada Development Camp, to be held in Calgary Aug. 6-13.

Seoul sisters: Brandts chasing Olympic hockey dreams -
Steeped in Korean culture, Hannah and Marissa Brandt are on track to live their Olympic dreams in 2018.


Female Coaches Should Be The Rule Not The Exception
On June 27, the NWHL announced that Ryan Equale would take the reins behind the bench of the Connecticut Whale.

Getting To Know The NWHL's New Faces In Net
Nearly a month into the NWHL's unrestricted free agent period, 75 percent of the rostered goalies have been selected.

Pride's Forward Group Nearly Locked In
As July approaches, the Boston Pride have eight of a potential nine forwards signed for the third National Women's Hockey League season.

Pride Signing Kaliya Johnson Excited For Return To Boston
FanRag Sports caught up with Johnson to discuss her move to Boston ahead of her second NWHL season.


Morey named head coach of Princeton University Tigers |
Princeton University may not seem relevant to the Times-Advocate’s coverage area, but the school has recently appointed Cara Gardner Morey as head coach of their women’s hockey team.

Former St. Lawrence men’s coach Marsh tabbed interim coach for Dartmouth women’s team ::
Dartmouth announced Friday that Joe Marsh will serve as women’s hockey interim head coach for the upcoming 2017-18 season while Laura Schuler assumes head coaching responsibilities for the Canadian Olympic Team.

Class of 2017 Trio Continues Hockey Careers - Yale
Three members of the Yale women's ice hockey Class of 2017 are set to continue their hockey careers, spreading out across the globe to do so.

Men’s Hockey

Hayley Wickenheiser serves as guest coach at Oilers prospect camp - The Ice Garden
Talks about possible coaching jobs, working with prospects and working with the team she grew up idolizing.