Tag Archive | Women’s Hockey

Toronto Six Add NWHL All-Star Emily Fluke

The Toronto Six have signed former Boston Pride and Connecticut Whale forward Emily Fluke, adding an NWHL All-Star and fan favorite to their inaugural roster. “Emily is a seasoned veteran in this league, and she will play any role asked of her,” Head Coach and President Digit Murphy said. “She is a winner both in life […]

NWHL Unveils Isobel Cup Logo

One week after announcing its plans to host the 2021 season and Isobel Cup Playoffs in Lake Placid, NY, the NWHL unveiled the commemorative logo for the event. Created by M Style Marketing, the logo will be at center ice when the NWHL plays 15 regular-season games and nine Isobel Cup Playoff games at the […]

New Jersey Native and Syracuse University Defender Allie Olnowich Signs with the Riveters

Adding depth to their blueline as Season 6 approaches, the Metropolitan Riveters have signed New Jersey native Allie Olnowich, who completed a standout collegiate earlier this year at Syracuse University. “Growing up, it’s always the dream to play pro hockey, and I’m so proud to say I’m playing for my home team in New Jersey,” […]

Minnesota Whitecaps Continue to make big moves for 2021 Season

The Minnesota Whitecaps announced recently the signing of veteran forward Brooke White-Lancette, second-year NWHL defender Rose Alleva, and defender Sara Bustad, who is joining the team after one season in Buffalo. An original member of the Whitecaps, White-Lancette’s long and accomplished career has included years with the U.S. National Team program and at Northeastern. This […]

Minnesota Whitecaps Sign Trio for 20201 Season

The Minnesota Whitecaps have re-signed three more key players for the upcoming NWHL season: team captain Winny Brodt Brown, defender Lisa Martinson, and forward Stephanie Anderson. Winny Brodt Brown is a pioneering force in women’s hockey and continues to play the game superbly while leading the Whitecaps to excellence. The first-ever winner of the Minnesota […]

NWHL Adopts New Governance Model, Names Tyler Tumminia As Interim Commissioner

The National Women’s Hockey League has adopted a new governance model inspired by the time-tested approaches taken in the NHL and other major professional leagues. The transparency and alignment of interests created under the new model will underpin the continued growth and ensure the long-term sustainability of women’s professional hockey in North America. Dani Rylan […]

Babstock Gets Traded to the Riveters

Two-time NWHL All-Star Kelly Babstock has been traded to the Metropolitan Riveters. After being the sixth player to sign with the new NWHL expansion team, The Toronto Six in May, Babstock is headed to New Jersey for her 5th season in the league. The high-energy forward played her first 3 seasons as a member of […]