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Women’s Hockey Wednesday: 2019-20 SDHL season opens Friday
If you’re looking for elite level women’s hockey in a league format, head to Sweden.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: Welcome to the Dream Gap Tour
The PWHPA aims to showcase the best of women’s hockey this season.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: The Damkronorna are pushing the Swedish Ice Hockey Association into the 21st century
Haven’t we heard this one before? Can’t national federations find a new tune to play?
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: Canada vs USA in Lake Placid
Camps are over, teams are set, the U-22 and U-18 national teams start a three-game series today.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: Looking forward and stepping backward
Women’s hockey is still struggling for some basic respect.
How to watch Hockey Canada’s women’s Summer Showcase
Canada’s selection camp for the women’s Under-22 and Under-18 teams gets underway this week.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: Moving forward
As development camp approaches women’s hockey players at all levels are looking to the future.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: HHOF, NWHL, CWHL, PWHA
It’s a bit hot for alphabet soup but that’s what we’ve got for you this week.
Maple Leafs hire Dave Hakstol as assistant coach
This is what happens when everyone tells Kyle to do something.
Defender Martin Marincin takes a pay cut to stick with Maple Leafs
Leafs confirm one signing, add another.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: Ready for the Hockey Hall of Fame
It’s time for our annual rant!
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: NWHL creeps forward, SDHL makes a splash
Let’s all move to Sweden.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: NWHL drama and the birth of the PWHPA
Many developments #ForTheGame and in the NWHL over the past two weeks.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: #ForTheGame in their own words
The players, their supporters, and their naysayers all had a lot to say this week.
200 women’s hockey players announce boycott of upcoming season
Players from multiple national teams and professional leagues plan to sit out until the creation of a sustainable league.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: CWHL finale
Interesting things happened in other areas of women’s hockey this week and we have those links. But oh, our hearts.
Toronto Maple Leafs win game 5 2-1, lead Bruins in the series
Matthews and Kapanen score and Andersen has a 59 minute shutout.
Women’s Hockey Wednesday: A wrap on Worlds... what’s next?
Players displayed some brilliant hockey at Worlds, and now they come home with decisions to make.
Espoo 2019: Canada shuts out Russia for bronze 7-0
Jaime Bourbonnais gets her first of the tournament as Canada scores seven.
Espoo 2019: How to watch the IIHF Women’s World Championships
Ten teams, one goal — follow along in the quest for gold.
Espoo 2019 semi-finals: Canada falls to Finland
Finland will have their first chance at gold, while Canada will meet Russia in the bronze medal game.
Espoo 2019 Quarter-finals: Canada powers through Germany
Canada unleashed 66 shots against Germany while Japan kept it close against USA.
Espoo 2019 day six: Canada beats Finland 6-1
Joy for Japan, double digits for USA and the Czechs go four and oh.
Espoo 2019 day five: Canada crushes Russia 5-1
Furies captain Natalie Spooner scores a hat trick to lead her team to the win.
Espoo 2019 day four: USA rolls over Switzerland
France gets their first lead of the tournament but comes up short against Sweden.