Addition of Women's Hockey a Big Step Forward for EA NHL Video Game Series
For the first time ever, you will finally get to play with the world's top women's hockey players in an NHL video game with the launch of NHL 22's latest update.
Who Will Become the First Woman to Serve as an NHL GM?
A day will come in the National Hockey League when a woman is named general manager of a franchise. Ian Kennedy breaks down 20 candidates that have the credentials to serve as an NHL GM one day.
Canada Unveils Women's Roster for 2022 Winter Olympics
Team Canada has officially revealed the roster for the women's team that's set to vie for gold at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
Remembering Marian Coveny, Canada's Original Captain
Before Wickenheiser and before Poulin, there was Coveny. History has all but forgotten her, but those who remember the early years of women’s hockey in Canada know full well her rightful place in the pantheon of trailblazers. Coveny passed away Thursday at 67.
PHF Players' Association Names Alex Sinatra as Executive Director
The Premier Hockey Federation Players' Association named Alex Sinatra as its executive director.
USA Hockey Announces Women's Roster for 2022 Winter Olympic Games
The defending gold medal champions has its 23-player roster set for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, set for Beijing, China.
Brigette Lacquette Becomes First Indigenous Woman Scout in NHL
The Chicago Blackhawks hired Brigette Lacquette ahead of the 2021-22 season, making her the first indigenous woman to scout for an NHL team.
Remaining Rivalry Series Games Canceled Due to COVID-19
Hockey Canada announced that the rivalry series between Canada and USA's women's national teams have been canceled due to COVID-19 reasons.
USA Hockey asks IIHF to reschedule women’s U-18 tournament
USA Hockey has asked the IIHF to reconsider canceling the women’s under-18 world championship that was scheduled to take place in Sweden in January.
There's a Good Reason to be Angry About Women's U-18 Cancellation
Women's hockey once again was put on the backburner with the cancellation of the U-18 World Championship. One cancelled year in a pandemic is one thing; two in a row - especially with the WJC going on as planned, is one too many. There has to be a better way.
Top U-17, Women's Olympic Players on Display at Capital City Challenge
Canada's top 2023 and 2024 draft prospects and women's Olympic hopefuls took part in a unique four-team event in Ottawa over the past week. Here's a look at a few standouts, including some future NHL stars you need to know about.
Canada's Women's Team Preparing for Olympics Under Unique Circumstances
Olympic years are never easy. Throw in a global pandemic and it gets even tougher. Canada's women's team has been busy in its preparation for Beijing, and its next step has taken them to Ottawa for a new challenge.
Iginla Highlights Class Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame
The Hockey Hall of Fame’s pandemic class finally got its moment in the spotlight. Jarome Iginla headlined the five players and one executive enshrined Monday night — a year later than originally intended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students Barred from Games After Chants at Female Goalie
A female high school ice hockey goalie in Pennsylvania is returning to the ice Monday for her first school game since she was the target of vulgar chants from spectators that resulted in discipline by a school and a youth sports organization.