1. US Olympic Hockey Team 2014: Biggest Disappointments from the Men and Women

    Despite strong starts to their respective tournaments, both the men's and women's hockey teams struggled late for Team USA. Canada proved to be each team's toughest competitor...

    Kenny DeJohn Written by Kenny DeJohn about 1 month ago 1,015 reads 2 comments

  2. Olympic Hockey 2014: Schedule, TV Info and Team Predictions for Day 13

    Day 13 is a day for the women. For fans of hard-hitting, passionate hockey, one of the nastiest rivalries in hockey—men's or women's—will take center stage on Thursday afternoon to conclude the women's bracket...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 1 month ago 6,817 reads 0 comments

  3. USA vs. Canada Women's Hockey: Why 2014 Olympics Need Gold-Medal Rematch

    Let's call a spade a spade, folks—women's hockey is not one of the premier events of the Winter Olympics...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 2 months ago 3,887 reads 0 comments

  4. Olympic Hockey 2014: North American Battle Brings Women's Hockey to the Fore

    Hockey—Olympic or otherwise—isn't just for men. At least, not anymore. Teams USA and Canada are proving that women can be just as quick and hard-hitting as their male counterparts...

    Allison Williams Written by Allison Williams about 2 months ago 358 reads 0 comments

  5. US Olympic Hockey Team 2014: Women's Loss to Canada Provides Necessary Adversity

    The exciting part about the USA women's hockey team at the 2014 Winter Olympics is that its ceiling has yet to be determined...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 2 months ago 1,930 reads 1 comments

  6. USA vs. Canada Women's Hockey: TV Info, Live Stream and More for Olympics 2014

    The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees. The Dallas Cowboys versus the Washington Redskins. And in Wednesday's case, even Duke versus North Carolina. These are all great rivalries in the world of sports, but one commonly gets left out...

    R. Cory Smith Written by R. Cory Smith about 2 months ago 11,565 reads 2 comments

  7. Women's Hockey Olympics 2014: USA Wins, but Finland Goalie Steals Show

    In the first women's ice hockey game of the Olympics, USA beat Finland 3-1 . The game started off well for the U.S., as Hilary Knight picked up a Finland turnover and put the puck into the top left corner of the net less than a minute in...

    Alan Black Written by Alan Black about 2 months ago 1,250 reads 0 comments

  8. Amanda Kessel: Phil Kessel's Sister Ready for Sochi Winter Olympics

    Amanda Kessel is back. After a year of injury rehabilitation, the 22-year-old Minnesota Golden Gophers forward is back on the ice and poised to make a difference for the U.S. women’s hockey team at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 2 months ago 2,451 reads 0 comments

  9. USA vs. Canada Women's Hockey: Live Score and Highlights

    There was no brawl, but there was plenty of on-ice excitement in pre-Olympic women's hockey action on Saturday as Team USA grabbed a 3-2 decision from Team Canada in a shootout. A big crowd was on hand to watch a closely-fought game...

    Carol Schram Written by Carol Schram about 4 months ago 13,306 reads 1 comments

  10. NCAA Women's Hockey Brawl Between Bemidji State and Ohio State Breaks Record

    On Friday night, Bemidji State's women's hockey team defeated Ohio State, 3-2, in a WHCA clash. But it wasn't the final score that was most memorable from the game; rather, it was the record-setting brawl after the final whistle...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 5 months ago 1,173 reads 0 comments

  11. Sasha Nanji on the Verge of CWHL Draft History After Successful Dartmouth Career

    A four-year career with the Dartmouth Big Green in the highly competitive ECAC hockey conference has prepared Sasha Nanji for the demands of playing in the Canadian Women's Hockey League against world-class talent...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 528 reads 0 comments

  12. Legendary American Hockey Player Molly Engstrom Officially Retires from CWHL

    When the Canadian Women’s Hockey League became a reality in autumn 2007, the league had an embarrassment of riches in terms of star power...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 537 reads 0 comments

  13. Retirement of Bobbi-Jo Slusar Signifies the End of a Distinguished Career

    In a career that spanned over a decade at the NCAA, CWHL and WWHL levels, Bobbi-Jo Slusar is hanging up her skates...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 3,281 reads 2 comments

  14. Katie Wilson Looks to Bring Championship Ways to CWHL

    Having played for the successful Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs program in the NCAA, Katie Wilson is ready to take the next step in her storied career...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 726 reads 0 comments

  15. Jessica Wong Looks to Extend Glorious Career in CWHL

    With the loss of many CWHL stars for the 2013-14 campaign (in anticipation of the Sochi Winter Games), Jessica Wong is the type of player that can not only fill the gap, but serve as a building block for the future...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 538 reads 0 comments

  16. Maine Goaltending Stalwart Brittany Ott Enters 2013 CWHL Draft

    As the first goaltender from NCAA Division I to declare into the 2013 CWHL Draft, Maine Black Bears goaltender Brittany Ott is looking to extend her playing career...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 316 reads 0 comments

  17. UBC Women's Hockey Stars Engage in Humanitarian Act in El Salvador

    During the 2012-13 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s hockey season, the feel-good story was the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds qualifying for the CIS Nationals...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 260 reads 0 comments

  18. Lori Dupuis Becoming GM of Brampton a Positive Sign in Women's Hockey

    When the Canadian Women’s Hockey League announced that the new general manager for the Brampton Thunder would be former player Lori Dupuis, it helped to reinforce the message that women will continue to have a pivotal role in hockey...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 380 reads 0 comments

  19. Boufounos-Milonow on the Experience of Playing at the Ball Hockey Women's Worlds

    Born in Canada, Melissa Boufounos -Milonow had the unique opportunity to compete for Greece during the 2013 World Ball championships. Ironically, the championships were held in the country of her birth (hosted in St...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 550 reads 0 comments

  20. Reagan Fischer Would Be an Ideal Fit for Improving Team Alberta

    Hailing from Irma, Alberta, the opportunity for Reagan Fischer to come back home and compete for CWHL ’s Team Alberta franchise would bring her career full circle...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 166 reads 0 comments

  21. Dawn Tulk Scores Twice as Canada Claims World Ball Hockey Title on Home Soil

    In storybook fashion, the gold medal game of the  2013 World Ball Hockey Championships  featured a rematch of the 2011 final. Once again, home soil offered the advantage. Contested in St...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 10 months ago 580 reads 0 comments

  22. Jaclyn Hawkins Returns to Alma Mater as Member of Huskies Coaching Staff

    The spring cleaning continues for the Connecticut Huskies women’s hockey program. Jaclyn Hawkins, one of the greatest players to don the Huskies jersey, is back in the fold as a member of the coaching staff ...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 11 months ago 126 reads 0 comments

  23. Furies Skater Amber Bowman Provides Heroics off the Ice

    On the frozen perimeters of hockey rinks throughout North America, Amber Bowman is a skilled competitor that provides her club, the Toronto Furies, with the opportunity to win...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 11 months ago 605 reads 0 comments

  24. Lauren Sullivan Becomes First Goaltender to Register for 2013 CWHL Draft

    Having registered as the first goaltender available in the 2013 CWHL Draft, Lauren Sullivan is looking to extend her career on the remarkable momentum she had competing at the NCAA Division III level...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 11 months ago 520 reads 1 comments

  25. Strong Women's Ice Hockey Presence at World Ball Hockey Championships

    As Canada looks to avenge its silver medal from the 2011 World Women’s Ball Hockey Championships, a strong contingent of women’s ice hockey players will attempt to make that dream a reality...

    Mark Staffieri Written by Mark Staffieri about 11 months ago 712 reads 0 comments