1. Canadian National Women's Team Bested by Junior B Mustangs in Exhibition

    A January 23 exhibition match set the stage for a battle of the sexes as the Canadian National Women’s Team faced off against the Gatineau Junior B Mustangs...

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  2. Blaire Macdonald Proud of Her Role as Ravens Team Captain

    In her fourth season with the Carleton Ravens, Blaire MacDonald inherits the team’s captaincy from graduating player (and German national team member) Sara Seiler . Speaking on her new role, the defender said, “It is exciting...

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  3. 3 Women's Players Headline List of Hockey Humanitarian Award Nominees

    Among the list of 11 nominees for the 2013 Hockey Humanitarian Award, three women’s hockey players were included...

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  4. Sadie Wegner Is the Spark Plug for the Carleton Ravens Offense

    As the Ottawa-based Carleton Ravens look towards building a team that can compete for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national title, a key component is third year forward Sadie Wegner ...

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  5. Blue Jays Fans Need to Be Realistic About Postseason Aspirations

    While the level of excitement in Toronto about baseball has not been this high since the World Series runs of 1992 and 1993, the level of expectation is considerably high...

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  6. Erin Beaver Brings Veteran Stability to Ravens Defense

    In her fourth year with the Ottawa-based Carleton Ravens, defender Erin Beaver has emerged as a steady presence on the blue line...

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  7. Caroline Ouellette One of the Great Hockey Humanitarians

    Three-time Winter Games gold medalist Caroline Ouellette provided the Comit é des Jeunes de la Louisiane (a youth group in Montreal) with a remarkable way to start their 2013...

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  8. O'Grady Nets Three Epic Shootout Goals in Remarkable Performance for Ravens

    As the Battle of Ottawa rages on in the second half of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport season, one of the most visceral rivalries in women’s hockey was the stage to a once in a lifetime performance on January 20...

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  9. Vermont and Maine Skate to Scoreless Tie as Goalies Combine for 56 Saves

    Alfond Arena in Orono , Maine, was the backdrop to a rare feat in hockey at any level: a scoreless draw. Vermont’s Roxanne Douville had a game-high 30 saves, while Maine’s Brittany Ott logged 26 saves...

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  10. Winter Women's Training Camp to Help Determine Roster for 2013 WWHC

    With the city of Ottawa hosting the 2013 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships, nothing less than a gold medal on home soil for Canada is acceptable. As the winter women’s training camp for Hockey Canada starts on Jan...

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  11. Montreal Stars to Host Brampton HC in Series of Outreach Games

    On the weekend of January 19 and 20, the two-time defending Clarkson Cup champion Montreal Stars engage in a two-game barnstorming tour. The Stars will host the Brampton hockey club in areas of Montreal where girls’ hockey is developing rapidly...

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  12. Manotick's Jaclyn Hawkins a Great Builder for Women's Hockey

    As Canada’s capital region is quickly developing into a white-hot market for women’s ice hockey, it is only fitting that one of the game’s builders is a homegrown talent...

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  13. Megan Armstrong Logs 2 Third-Period Goals to Win Game for Wildcats

    With a 7-11-2 record, the January 15 contest against Union College was crucial for the New Hampshire Wildcats' postseason aspirations. The Union Dutchwomen entered the contest with a 7-11-3 mark and were looking to build momentum...

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  14. Cornell's Jillian Saulnier Logs Career-High 6 Points in Win over Syracuse

    The Cornell Big Red continue to keep pace with the Harvard Crimson and Quinnipiac Bobcats in the highly competitive ECAC conference...

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  15. CWHL to Host 2013 Clarkson Cup in Greater Toronto Area

    With the 2012-13 CWHL season promising to be the greatest one ever, the CWHL has made the decision to host the 2013 Clarkson Cup in the Toronto suburb of Markham, Ontario...

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  16. Mercyhurst Lakers' Killer Bs: Bestland, Bram and Byrne

    Following in the footsteps of legendary players Meghan Agosta , Vicki Bendus , Bailey Bram and Jesse Scanzano , the current crop of Mercyhurst Lakers stars proves that a great future lies ahead for the nationally dominant program...

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  17. Freshman Ailish Forfar Logs Second Game Winner of Season in Win for Big Green

    Heading into a road contest against the Vermont Catamounts , Ailish Forfar of the Dartmouth Big Green was riding a remarkable wave of momentum. Having been named ECAC Rookie of the Week, Forfar had a week to remember...

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  18. Eagles Soar over Huskies with 250th Win in Program History

    A Wednesday night tilt between the Boston-based rivals Boston College Eagles and Northeastern Huskies resulted in a historic night for New England women’s hockey. After a 2-2 tie in the first period, the Eagles exploded with four unanswered goals...

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  19. Lingerie Football League Rebrands Itself as Legends Football League

    Springtime football gets a new attitude as the Legends Football League boasts the most highly conditioned and intriguing female athletes in professional sports...

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  20. Isabel Menard Logs Career Point 150 in Road Win over Huskies

    Heading into their match with the Boston University Terriers, the Connecticut Huskies had some remarkable momentum...

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  21. Darkangelo Nets Hat Trick, Auerbacher Logs First Goal in Shutout Win for Orange

    In looking to build a strong second run towards the College Hockey America postseason, the Syracuse Orange had a contest filled with numerous milestones...

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  22. Mount Royal Cougars Look for Strong Second Half Finish in Inaugural CIS Season

    As the Mount Royal Cougars begin the second half of their inaugural season in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, the program has had a respectable first half to reflect upon...

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  23. Rachel Flanagan Looking to Make Championship Dreams Come True for Gryphons

    As the head coach of the Guelph Gryphons , Rachel Flanagan leads one of the most dynamic squads in Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s hockey...

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  24. Melodie Daoust Logs 2 Goals in Golden Win for Canada at Meco Cup

    After suffering the sting of a bronze medal at the 2012 Meco Cup, Canada came back in 2013 with a golden determination...

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  25. Karly Heffernan Scores Winning Goal as Canada Claims Gold in IIHF U18 Worlds

    In claiming their second-consecutive gold medal at the IIHF Under-18 Women’s World Hockey Championships, the Canadian squad has found a new hero...

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