This is a big year in women’s hockey. The United States women’s team is the story in the upcoming Olympics. There will be a lot of discussion about the men’s team and the roster construction but the women’s team is the “team” that has stayed together in hopes of winning
Newark - - Earlier this evening the NWHL unveiled the Isobel Cup, and a few hours later they crowned their first champion as The Boston Pride beat the Buffalo Beauts 3-1, on the strength of a two-goal performance by Brianna Decker the series MVP. They swept Buffalo 2-0 in this
Newark - - I’m pretty sure there weren't 14,000 people for the first Stanley Cup Finals game. The NWHL had their first historic game and “The Hockey House” was filled to capacity. That’s all you can ask for when you have no other championship game data to compare it to.
Red Bull did a great “day in the life” video of Hilary Knight during the NWHL regular season (located at the bottom of the article).
“The first season has been awesome. To be able to interact with fans and play hockey and just to live life as a professional hockey player