1. Two Women's Hockey Players Extend Their Athletic Careers in LFL Canada

    In the world of women’s hockey, there are very few competitive opportunities that exist after play at the collegiate level...

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  2. Minnesota Whitecaps Are Best Kept Secret in Women's Hockey

    If a women’s hockey fan was asked to name a team that once featured the likes of Manon Rheaume , Angela Ruggiero and Julie Chu , the odds are that said fan would never be able to guess it was the Minnesota Whitecaps...

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  3. Rebecca Bouwhuis Ready to Establish Herself as Next Elite Goaltender in OUA

    In the resurgence of the Waterloo Warriors, goaltender Rebecca Bouwhuis is a key component. The Orillia , Ontario native accumulated the second most minutes played among all goaltenders in Canadian Interuniversity Sport...

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  4. Toronto Triumph Believes It Can Win First LFL Canadian Crown

    Of all the teams in the newly formed Canadian division of the Lingerie Football League, the Toronto Triumph believes they can win it all...

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  5. Caroline Ouellette Great Addition to Stingers Coaching Staff

    The embodiment of the word leadership, Caroline Ouellette has quietly assembled a strong body of work in the realm of coaching...

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  6. Shaun Reagan Ready to Bring Waterloo into the Playoffs

    With Shaun Reagan entering his second season as head coach of the Waterloo Warriors (competing in the OUA conference of Canadian Interuniversity Sport), he is ready to start a winning tradition on this up-and-coming team...

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  7. Golden Gophers Aim for Second Consecutive Women's Hockey Title

    In looking to become only the third NCAA school to have won four NCAA Frozen Four championships, the Minnesota Golden Gophers have every reason to believe it can be done...

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  8. Brianna Decker Ready to Win Another Patty Kazmaier Award

    Playing for one of the signature programs in the NCAA, Brianna Decker has the opportunity to make hockey history...

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  9. Emerance Maschmeyer: Harvard's New Goaltender Could Dominate Women's Hockey

    With smart recruiting over the last few years, the Harvard Crimson has once again emerged as a key player in NCAA women’s hockey...

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  10. 2012-13 College Hockey America Women's Hockey Preview

    The key theme for the upcoming College Hockey America women's hockey season is change. That message was sent during the 2012 CHA Tournament championship game. In every NCAA conference, the 2012 women's hockey playoffs resulted in the No...

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  11. French National Women's Hockey Team: Hold Your Head Up, Hold It Up High

    In a seven-game tour of Quebec, the French National Women’s hockey team gained exposure to a different style of play. While the national team may have suffered six losses, the team is stronger for it...

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  12. Digit Murphy: Possibly the Final Piece of the Boston Blades Clarkson Cup Puzzle

    While every franchise in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League scrambles frantically to release the Montreal Stars vice like grip on the Clarkson Cup, the Boston Blades made a bold statement...

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  13. Lamoureux Sisters Make Strong Statement in Unprecedented Sweep of Canada

    In an unprecedented sweep of the Canadian Under-22 program, the 3 game exhibition series could have been named the Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux Show...

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  14. The 10 Best Wisconsin Badgers Women's Ice Hockey Players Ever

    Since head coach Mark Johnson arrived in 2002, the Wisconsin Badgers have become synonymous with winning. Boasting four Patty Kazmaier Award winners, six Frozen Four appearances, ...

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  15. Jayna Hefford: CWHL Legend Is the Wonder Woman of Canadian Hockey

    As the Brampton Hockey Club prepares for the 2012-13 CWHL season, the one guarantee the club has is that Jayna Hefford will be ready. As every autumn approaches, the stoic Hefford has a renewed enthusiasm for the game...

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  16. Carolyne Prévost Makes Strong Impression in Montreal Stars Debut

    Anyone that has followed Carolyne Prévost at the University of Wisconsin knows that she is always capable of a great game...

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  17. Ruggiero and Wickenheiser Break Gender Barriers in Hockey Via Video Game

    Two of the greatest women to have represented their respective countries in women’s ice hockey at the Winter Games, Hayley Wickenheiser and Angela Ruggiero have been added to the EA Sports NHL 2013 video game...

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  18. 2013 Mock CWHL Draft: Pick-by-Pick Projections for the First 5 Rounds

    The 2013 CWHL Draft shall hold many similarities to the NHL amateur draft of 2004. Due to the impending lockout, the picks of 2004 had to wait one season before competing...

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  19. 10 Female Athletes and Their Comic Book Alter Egos

    As a longtime fan and reader of comic books and graphic novels, my love of reading and writing stemmed from the four color gems of my youth. Legends such as Herge and Stan Lee were my first literary heroes...

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  20. Hope Solo Should Apologize to Legend Brandi Chastain

    When one considers the criticism that Lolo Jones received in an article by the New York Times during the London 2012 Summer Games, it is remarkable that Hope Solo emerged unscathed...

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  21. 10 U.S. and Canada Women's Hockey Players to Expect at 2018 Olympic Games

    While the women’s hockey powers are preparing to play for gold at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, the growth of the game has many fans already looking even further ahead...

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  22. Ashley Gilbank Providing a Powerful Message in Cross Country Trek

    Having already roller bladed from Newfoundland to Manitoba, Ashley Gilbank is following in the footsteps of other Canadian heroes such as Terry Fox and Rick Hansen. The women’s ice hockey player is embarking on a unique crusade...

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  23. The 10 Best Quebec Women's Hockey Players of All Time

    In the growing history of Canadian women’s hockey, Quebec is one of the most prolific provinces for supplying talent...

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  24. Toronto Furies Draft Picks Make Rebuilt Offense Remarkable

    In the nascent history of the Toronto Furies, the 2012 edition of the CWHL Draft has set the stage to restore optimism. The Furies addressed their need to rebuild an offense in which the leading scorer (Mallory Deluce ) scored only 21 points...

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  25. Serena Williams Crip Walk Dance in London Just Celebratory

    Serena Williams legacy at the London 2012 Summer Games is not defined by her history-making performances. Rather, Williams is being defined (and criticized for) by a Crip Walk dance...

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