Boston Pride Break the Signing Ice with McKenna Brand

Contrary to popular opinion and speculation, the Boston Pride didn’t announce the whole roster in one go, but they did hint at it. We now know that the Pride will announce one signing every day until the team is there. 

Now let’s get on to the first signing of the 2022-2023 Boston Pride! The Pride announced on social media that they have re-signed alternate captain McKenna Brand. Brand re-ups with the Pride for the fifth season on the front end for Boston. 

Brand has been a force to be reckoned with for the Pride. She plays an aggressive Boston style of hockey. She has been on the two most recent Cup-winning Boston Pride teams. While she was selected 11th overall by the Metropolitan Riveters, she has been a career Pride player. 

A Minnesota native, Brand spent four years at Northeastern, one with the A. Last season with the Pride, Brand had 15 points in 20 games. In her entire pro career to date, Brand has 75 points in 67 games played. 

We now wait until noon eastern to see which Pride player is signed next. Will it be the captain? A goalie? A big-name free agent? We have to wait and see. 

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