The Monday following the 2019 Clarkson Cup final, Jessica Rochwerg was filled with unrelenting exhaustion and the adrenaline of success. Since joining the CWHL as its communications supervisor in August, she had guided the league through its season kickoff, a demanding all-star weekend and had just finished a stretch of near-endless workdays to ensure Clarkson Cup weekend went off without a hitch. And it did. The Calgary Inferno defeated Les Canadiennes de Montreal in a contest featuring more than a dozen Olympians. With 175,000 people tuning in, it was the most-watched game in CWHL history.
Rochwerg relished in that success over the next few days while beginning off-season planning. She left the office on Thursday and worked from home on Friday. But that night she began to suspect someth...
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