Letter from defunct CWHL board long on blame for collapse, short on solutions
Three months after an abrupt decision to shut down operations, the CWHL distributed an open letter detailing the sequence of events that led to the decision. But still, there are more problems than solutions.
Many women's players looking to "create a better future" with holdout. Others aren't on board
Many top women's hockey stars have made a stance about the current climate of the sport, but not everyone is on the same page yet.
Heads of CWHLPA, NWHLPA prepare for conversations, challenges with changing women's hockey landscape
The shutdown of the CWHL has captured the attention of the hockey world, and the displaced players have had conversations with the players association from the rival NWHL about what the future might hold.
Former CWHL Governor, financial contributor Roustan offers to take control of league
Former CWHL Governor and financial contributor W. Graeme Roustan made an offer to assume control of the league in the wake of its announced shutdown.
Bozek back on the blueline as Team USA shoots for fifth straight world title
A surprising cut from the 2018 Olympics, Megan Bozek rejoins the U.S. women's team as it goes for another gold medal at the Women's World Championship.
How the CWHL’s closure impacts the next generation of women’s hockey stars
With their college careers completed, plenty of talented players were prepared to make the leap to the professional ranks next season. The closure of the CWHL makes for an uncertain future, though.
Shock, devastation give way to hope, optimism as players rally in wake of CWHL closure
No one – not players, not coaches, not GMs – knew the CWHL was set to announce it is ceasing operations. After the initial shock and sadness, though, there is a newfound positivity that something good can come from this.
The CWHL will cease operations as the result of 'economically unsustainable' business model
Established in 2007, the CWHL has played host to some of the best players in the world, but despite the best efforts of interim commissioner Jayna Hefford and the league's Board of Directors, the league has been forced to shut its doors.
Good, better, Bettez: Longtime CWHL standout finally gets Canada call
Late-bloomer opened eyes with imposing numbers in CWHL.
Calgary Inferno win Clarkson Cup on strength of contributions from American stars
It's the Canadian Women's Hockey League championship, but Calgary's top American players took the game over and delivered the Inferno their second Clarkson Cup in four seasons.
After a long road back, Rebecca Johnston putting the CWHL on notice
Injuries threatened to end her career, but after six months on the shelf, Johnston is back – and better than ever.
Canada's Laura Stacey has an incredibly high ceiling
At 24, the Markham Thunder right winger is coming into her own on the international stage and her performance in Toronto at the Rivalry Series demonstrated just how dominant the youngster can be.
Why it's time to widen the spotlight on the women's game
All-Star Game displays by speedy Coyne and crafty Decker have us seeking an answer to old ‘Why-not-watch’ question.
Last season's major mid-season swap is paying dividends for CWHL's Toronto Furies
Toronto was able to use the CWHL’s unique draft rules to its advantage, netting highly skilled Brittany Howard as a result.
Making a mark in Markham: Rookie Bach catching eye of national team with all-star play
Growing pains didn’t last long for Bach, who’s lighting up the CWHL and getting noticed by Team Canada.
Playing the fame game: Knight knows the other side of superstardom
Hilary Knight rates as the biggest name in women’s hockey, and she’s using her profile to empower.
Hilary Knight wants to finish what she started last season in Montreal
Hilary Knight’s signing in Montreal after last season’s Olympics shocked the CWHL, but a first-round exit for Les Canadiennes has left the U.S. hockey star wanting to take care of some unfinished business
Superstar goaltender Raty wants to go one step further in China this season
Noora Raty and the expansion Kunlun Red Star came within one shot, one goal, of winning the Clarkson Cup last season. Now, with the two Chinese teams fused into one, Raty has her sights set on a CWHL crown.
Finland’s Hovi heads to Inferno with eye on fine-tuning her game
Olympian Venla Hovi has finished up her tenure at University of Manitoba, but the Calgary Inferno winger isn’t done learning. A rookie in the CWHL, Hovi is looking to test herself against the best of the best.
Myers believes Blades have found a home — and hope — in Worcester
Megan Myers has seen the highest of highs and lowest of lows during her CWHL career, but the longest-tenured Blade sees a brighter future for the franchise thanks to a move to Worcester.
Two-time national championship-winning netminder Tiley takes act to Toronto
After four standout seasons at Clarkson University, Shea Tiley is taking her game to the CWHL's Toronto Furies with an eye on bringing consistency to a crease that was sorely lacking just that last season.
Thunder top pick Bach primed to put herself on Olympic radar
After rewriting the record books at Boston University, Markham Thunder center Victoria Bach is ready to turn some heads in her rookie season in the CWHL.
Small steps away from the crease, into GM chair with eye on rejuvenating CWHL’s Furies
Longtime CWHL goaltender Sami Jo Small has backstopped the Toronto Furies to victory plenty of times over the past several seasons, but now she’s using her mind and passion for the game to attempt to build a winner.