PWHL New York has hired Greg Fargo as their new head coach, taking over from Howie Draper who left in May. Fargo was the coach at Colgate, where the team had a record of 255-147-34. The star on that team was CANWNT player Danielle Serdachny, who has graduated and is entering the PWHL Draft this summer, where New York has the first overall pick. We'll see where this goes!

Fargo Named Head Coach of PWHL New York - Colgate University Athletics
Greg Fargo, the winningest head coach in Colgate women’s hockey program history, announced that he is resigning from his position at the end of June to

Draper left New York to back and coach the University of Alberta women's hockey team, but stayed on as an advisor with GM Pascal Daoust.

Top NCAA women’s coach Greg Fargo stepping behind PWHL New York bench | CBC Sports
Greg Fargo is leaving Colgate University after 12 seasons to take over as head coach of the New York team in the Professional Women’s Hockey League, the league announced Friday.

Serdachny scored 22 goals and 61 points in 40 games last season in the NCAA, plus four points in seven games for Team Canada. In the NCAA, Serdachny's 61 points were best-of-the-rest behind the big four in Wisconsin (Simms, O'Brien, Murphy, and Curl) who were favourites to win the tournament, but lost in the finals to Ohio State. Those two teams have swapped NCAA titles the last five seasons.

Serdachny's totals were just ahead of American phenom, Laila Edwards, who should also be hitting the PWHL in a couple years.

Brian has been churning out prospect profiles, and there will be two more this weekend. Yesterday was Igor... Igor Chernysov.

2024 NHL Draft Profile: Igor Chernysov
Igor Chernysov has the potential to be a high end power forward with strong two-way abilities. The questions with him will be about how good he can be offensively. I dig into why he’d be worth a first round pick if he slips to Toronto.

Goalie writer Jesse Granger gets into the UFA class and who's worth the money, ft. Dom.

What are the prospects worth? Armchair GMs want to know!

In case you've forgotten the Stanley Cup Finals start tonight with Game 1 at 8 pm and Game 2 on Monday, also at 8 pm.