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
We all love the Bruins. Some of us have been watching since the days of Bourque and Neely. We have some who grew up with Chara and Lucic and some who are just starting to follow the Black and Gold. The children who love to watch the Bruins are also … Keep Reading
Boston Pride captain Jillian Dempsey and her All-Star team took home the victory on Saturday, January 29, at the PHF All-Star Showcase in Buffalo, NY. The three-team round robin was a fun concept, especially when the third-period “shootout round” features the best players in the league. Toronto Six netminder Elaine Chuli was awarded MVP of the All-Star Showcase … Keep Reading
Growing a sport can be somewhat difficult as challenges and critics get in the way. There are many things to consider, such as: working to increase viewership/ratings, marketing players and getting sponsorships, and gaining overall public exposure. Thankfully, the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) has given women’s hockey a platform and an opportunity to showcase just how good these athletes really … 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
The PHF has been on hiatus for a week or so due to the Thanksgiving break last weekend. However, the Boston Pride have been on the road for the past month, finally returning Saturday evening to host the Toronto Six. After an overly-intense regulation, overtime, and shootout period, Boston handed the Six their first loss of the … Keep Reading
The Premier Hockey Federation season is in full swing as we closed on an action-packed opening weekend. The Connecticut Whale split 1-1 with the Metropolitan Riveters. The Toronto Six defeated the Buffalo Beauts. But standing tall at an undefeated 2-0, the Boston Pride swept the Minnesota Whitecaps Saturday and Sunday in an Isobel Cup Championship rematch.
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
As many of you know by now, the NWHL is planning to play a condensed season in a bubble to ensure they can award the Isobel Cup this year. The bubble will take place at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, New York, the same location as the historic 1980 USA Olympic team. The current plan has … Keep Reading
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