The women’s hockey team of Boston, the Pride, has been on fire lately. If you haven’t been watching on NESN, here’s a recap of their weekend. The Pride had a busy weekend, but that didn’t stop them from winning back-to-back games.
The Pride started their weekend on Saturday night by winning 5-0 against the Metropolitan … Keep Reading
The Boston Pride has had an amazing season so far, and it’s not too late to start tuning in. You might ask, “But I don’t know anything about the league or the team?” Well, luckily for you, this is the guide to watching the Boston Pride. This is for you if you have never watched a second … Keep Reading
The Boston Pride have completed the home half of the season, as they played their final two games at Warrior Ice Arena against the Buffalo Beauts. Of course, the Pride wouldn’t close out the season without a little excitement, scoring four unanswered goals for the comeback victory on Saturday night. The return of Mary Parker, a “taxi … Keep Reading
After falling to the Connecticut Whale 3-2 on Saturday, the Boston Pride drop their third straight loss to the Whale today 6-1. The Pride and Whale have met four times this season and are now 1-3 against Connecticut. The Pride were looking to have a bounce-back performance against their New England rival and cut the point deficit … Keep Reading
In the second half of back-to-back games against the Toronto Six, the Boston Pride were victorious in an 8-2 final. Boston began running away with this game from the start of the second period as the Pride scored four goals on Toronto goaltender Samantha Ridgewell. Boston would chase Ridgewell in the third period after scoring five goals … Keep Reading
Hockey games are always fun to watch; we all know that. But when you check the schedule to see two rivals are set to play each other, you know you’re going to see some of the best action of the season. Sure enough, the Boston Pride traveled to St. Paul, Minnesota, to face their bitter rivals, the … Keep Reading
All good things must come to an end. That includes the Boston Pride’s undefeated streak. The Pride traveled to Danbury, Connecticut, over the weekend, where they faced the Whale in a pair of games, splitting the series 1-1. Boston may have gotten their first taste of big-league competition; this past weekend in Connecticut, which may … Keep Reading
The Boston Pride are heading into their final exhibition game in preparation for the 2021-22 Regular Season as they host the Toronto Six on Saturday, October 30, 2021, at 6 pm in Falmouth, MA. The two organizations will look to shake off any last cobwebs before the season begins on Saturday, November 6.
The Boston Pride defeated the Harvard Crimson 3-1 on Saturday, October 16, in the second of two exhibition games. The Crimson went home with a 5-4 victory on October 9 after a hard-fought battle from both sides. The exhibition games were, for both teams, nothing more than tune-up games to work out the … Keep Reading
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