WCHA Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: October 20th, 2014

Friday, Oct. 17 St. Cloud State 5, Minnesota State 1 Despite a stellar 49-save performance from goaltender Brianna Quade, the Mavericks could not hold off the Huskies' offense. Defenseman Audrey Hanmer scored twice and Abby Ness netted a goal and an assist in the St. Cloud win, while Savannah Quandt scored Minnesota State's lone goal. … Continue reading WCHA Women’s Hockey Weekly Recap: October 20th, 2014

Hockey Canada Announces Women’s Four Nations Roster

Hockey Canada announced today the 23-player National Women's Team roster that will compete at the 2014 Four Nations Cup. Kamloops, British Columbia, is playing host to the event, taking place Nov. 4-8. “This is an exciting announcement, as we kick off another Olympic cycle and introduce new players to Canada’s National Women’s Team, and to … Continue reading Hockey Canada Announces Women’s Four Nations Roster

Five Things That Happened in the ECAC, October 14th Edition

1. Princeton celebrated World Girls' Hockey Weekend on Saturday: The Tigers offered a free slice of pizza to every girl who came to the team's exhibition game against McGill wearing a hockey jersey, and signed autographs following the game. 2. A.J. Mleczko Griswold was inducted into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame: Mleczko Griswold was … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in the ECAC, October 14th Edition

Five Things That Happened in Hockey East, October 14th Edition

1. Weekly award winners: Vermont senior forward Amanda Pelkey took home Warrior Player of the Week honors after a fantastic third-period showing against RPI on Friday, assisting on the tying goal and then scoring twice to give UVM a two-goal lead and a 4-2 win. New Hampshire's Amy Boucher was named Pro Ambitions Rookie of … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in Hockey East, October 14th Edition

Five Things That Happened in the WCHA, October 14th Edition

1. Weekly award winners: For games of Oct. 3-5, Ohio State's Claudia Kepler earned WCHA Offensive Player of the Week honors, scoring the game-winning goal in both games against New Hampshire. Minnesota defenseman Lee Stecklein earned Defensive Player of the Week, scoring four points and blocking three shots; she was also on the ice for eight … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in the WCHA, October 14th Edition

St. Catharines, Ontario, to Host 2016 Under-18 World Championships

Hockey Canada announced on Tuesday afternoon that St. Catharines, Ontario, will host the 2016 IIHF Under-18 Women's World Championships. It will be the first time Canada has hosted the event since the inaugural tournament was held in Calgary, Alberta, in 2008. All of the tournament's 22 games will be played at the Meridian Centre some … Continue reading St. Catharines, Ontario, to Host 2016 Under-18 World Championships

Five Things That Happened in Hockey East, October 7th Edition

1. The league's weekly award winners were named: Boston College junior defenseman Lexi Bender was named the Warrior Player of the Week, after notching a hat trick against Syracuse. Boston University forward Rebecca Leslie was named Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Week, as she scored both of the team's goals against #1-ranked Minnesota and assisted on … Continue reading Five Things That Happened in Hockey East, October 7th Edition