Premier Hockey Federation Announces Broadcast Deal with ESPN
The Premier Hockey Federation announced an exclusive broadcast deal with ESPN on Wednesday that serves as a monumental move in growing women's hockey.
The Hockey News Podcast: Who Will Be the Top Trade Deadline Target?
Who will be the most coveted prize at the trade deadline? Was Tom Wilson's suspension long enough? Can Darryl Sutter save the Flames? And more.
'Unless You Show up on a Box Score in Women's Hockey, it's Lost': Meghan Chayka on why Stathletes partnered with the NWHL
The analytics company's co-founder caught up with The Hockey News to explain the importance of providing more detailed analytics for the women's game, to shed light on Stathletes' other pro-hockey ventures and much more.
The Hockey News Podcast: Can the Vancouver Canucks be Fixed?
Can Vancouver's season be saved? Who is the hockey equivalent of Tom Brady? And much more.
After NWHL's 'Bubble' Bursts, Where Does the League Go From Here?
The only women's pro hockey league in North America has made some very positive strides, but will the damage done over the past 11 days - a lot of it self-inflicted - be too much to overcome?
Women's Hockey Fans and Players Deserve Better from the NWHL
From teams up and leaving the tournament under a shroud of mystery to a bubble that really isn't a bubble, the NWHL is doing itself no favors by not being transparent and getting out in front of the story.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the NWHL Bubble
The NWHL has been busy in Lake Placid over the past week, kicking off the now-five-team tournament to declare a champion. Not everything has been easy, but there's been a lot of things to get excited about, too.
The Hockey News Podcast: Was Voracek Right to Rip a Reporter?
Was Voracek justified in going off on a Flyers reporter? Are the Panthers doing Keith Yandle dirty? Previewing the NWHL season; and more.
Ten Women Who Have What it Takes to Become Hockey's Kim Ng
The Miami Marlins made history by naming Ng to be their GM. Sadly, hockey is behind the curve on gender equity, but it certainly isn't for a lack of qualified candidates.
Country comes first for NWHL rookie Ashley Birdsall
The versatile rookie loves hockey and would love to keep playing for years. But her commitment to the U.S. military will always be priority No. 1.
What's up, Doc? NWHL first overall pick Sammy Davis driven to succeed
Sammy Davis comes to the Boston Pride after four standout seasons at Boston University. Just as she would not allow double hip surgery to derail her career, she's not fazed by pursuing both a professional hockey career and a doctorate degree.
Despite postponement and uncertainty, NWHL MVP has faith Isobel Cup final will be played
The NWHL had only one game left on its schedule, the Isobel Cup final, when the coronavirus outbreak hit the sporting world. League MVP Allie Thunstrom believes the game will still go on – but the delay presents its own set of unique circumstances.
Timeline: How the coronavirus outbreak has rocked the hockey world
The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in cancellations and postponements throughout professional leagues across the globe and stricken major competitions from the hockey calendar.
NWHL postpones Isobel Cup final, intend to reschedule contest for later date
The final game of the NWHL campaign was slated for Friday evening in Boston, but amid the coronavirus outbreak, the women's league has announced the postponement of the Isobel Cup final with plans to reschedule the game "at an appropriate time."
Whitecaps’ calming keeper Amanda Leveille takes aim at third Isobel Cup crown
Minnesota Whitecaps netminder Amanda Leveille saw more shots and turned aside more rubber than any goaltender in the NWHL this season, and with two Isobel Cups and four trips to the final under her belt, she has a chance to make league history Friday in Boston.
NWHL Playoff Preview: The Pride are favorites, but don't crown them Isobel Cup champions yet
Boston has lost once all season and enter the post-season riding a two-game shutout streak. But the Pride aren't infallible and the NWHL's one-game, do-or-die format is ripe for upsets.
Beauts' Pelletier proved naysayers wrong – and now she wants Buffalo to do the same
Despite her 4-foot-11 frame, Marie-Jo Pelletier has never seen her size as an obstacle and she is proving she can be one of the best blueliners in the NWHL. And with the post-season arriving, she also believes there's far more to the Beauts than meets the eye.
‘Nothing to lose’: The Connecticut Whale have their sights set on shocking the NWHL
As they prepare to play their final two regular season games, the Whale know the NWHL's post-season play-in game awaits. The standings suggest Connecticut will be an easy out. Don't expect that to be the case.
Whale rookie Emma Vlasic has all the makings of a franchise cornerstone in Connecticut
She struggled with confidence in college, but NWHL all-star Emma Vlasic has dazzled with her sharpshooting skills as a rookie. Now, if only the Whale's leading goal scorer could buy an assist.