The hockey community is full of a variety of different people. Fans of different races, genders, backgrounds, upbringings, and sexualities all come together to watch and appreciate the game that they love. However, an aspect of life that isn't often talked about in this community is mental health, or, more specifically, mental illness. Nearly one … Continue reading What Role Does Mental Health Play in Hockey?
Last weekend, the NWHL held their first playoff games of the 2017-2018 season. On Saturday, March 17th, the Boston Pride visited the Buffalo Beauts, with the latter-mentioned team coming out victorious. The next day, Sunday, March 18th, the Metropolitan Riveters hosted the Connecticut Whale, with the aforementioned team emerging as the winner. The Isobel Cup … Continue reading NWHL Playoffs 2018: First Round Recap and Isobel Cup Final Preview
It's that time of the year again! The two final regular season NWHL games will be played this upcoming weekend. The Boston Pride will be stopping in Buffalo to face the Beauts at 5:30 PM on Saturday, March 17th, and the Connecticut Whale will be visiting the Metropolitan Riveters on Sunday, March 18th, at 7:30 … Continue reading NWHL Playoffs Preview 2018
As a feminist and a hockey fan nothing should peak my interest like the National Women’s Hockey League. I was excited upon its inception in 2015 but never became the diehard fan I told myself I was going to be. I followed this past season closer than the first. My brother gifted me a Janine … Continue reading Why it’s Finally Time to Care About the NWHL
This year is a big one for the National Women’s Hockey League. Officially going into their third season, plenty of players are up for free agency. It’s sure to be an exciting postseason up until the start of the new season in October. So far, The Riveters have acquired seven free agents; including their captain Ashley … Continue reading Free Agency Is In Full Swing For The NWHL