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Green Mountain Gals: Kaycie Anderson

So for those of you who are new to the Green Mountain Gals series, Welcome. I started this series in May of 2021 with my previous site, The Puck Authority, and I’m now bringing this great series to Inside The Rink. This series aims to highlight professional female hockey players from Vermont who went to […]

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CT Whale Sign Souliotis

After a quiet couple of weeks, the Whale returned with a steal. Boston’s Mallory Souliotis will be playing in Connecticut this season. The twenty-six-year-old defender started her hockey career at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, Massachusetts. She was named to the NEPSAC Division 1 Second All-Star Team in 2014 for her performance at the […]

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Canadian Renata Fast mid-shot

Battle of the Titans: Team Canada and Team USA Face Off in the Women’s World Championship Round Robin

It was the round-robin game many hockey fans were waiting for: Team Canada and Team USA met for the final game before the elimination matches began, with the winner taking the top spot in the group. The US came into the day with the most goals scored (25) and least goals against (1). Canada, currently […]

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There’s a new Force on the PHF scene

The team in Montreal has a name, Force of Montreal, if directly translated from the french word mark. In the words of team president Kevin Raphaël, from a press conference streamed live on Instagram, “Force of Montreal wants to not only be a force of the ice but a force in the community.” This morning […]

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Canadian Marie-Philip Poulin lines up for the face-off

Battle of the Red and White – Team Canada vs. Team Switzerland in the Women’s World Hockey Championship

The Canadian National Women’s team took on Switzerland today in their second game of the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship in a battle that was close on the scoresheet but a little further apart in possession and shots. Canada skated to a 4-1 victory. The first period saw Canada get into a bit of penalty […]

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Team Canada gold medalists at the Women's World Championship in 2021

Team Canada Defeats Team Finland to Start the 2022 Women’s World Hockey Championship

The 2022 Women’s World Hockey Championship kicked off in Denmark today, with Canada beginning their gold medal defense against Team Finland. With a constant conversation surrounding women’s hockey – for better or worse, accurately or inaccurately – and the lack of parity between teams, Finland looked to keep pace with the Canadians. After 60 minutes […]

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Whale Re-Sign Samoskevich

The Whale is coming for the Isobel Cup. They already have a potent offense with Amanda Conway, Taylor Girard, Kennedy Marchment, Emma Vlasic, Janine Weber, and Alyssa Wohlfeiler. On August 22nd, they made it even more potent by re-signing Melissa Samoskevich. The twenty-five-year-old Sandy Hook, CT Native, is returning to her hometown team with a […]

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Canadian Eloïse Caron battles American Rose Dywer for the puck

Canadians and Americans Showcase Talent in U22 and Development Teams Series

August is filled with National Women’s hockey action, from the selection camps to the showcase series, capping off with the Women’s Worlds Championship kicking off in Denmark on August 25th. While the national teams have been set, the U18 and development teams for Canada and the United States have entertained fans with three-game showdowns. Anyone […]

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Week of the Whale: Four Player Signings in Four Days

Four days in a row, the CT Whale have re-signed players for the upcoming PHF season. Their roster total now stands at 16 with Janine Weber, Emma Keenan, Meeri Räisänen and Kateřina Mrázová returning. August 15- Janine Weber Alternate Captain and veteran forward Janine Weber re-signed with the Whale early on Tuesday. This will be […]

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Brodt-Brown with the Isobel Cup in a black Whitecaps jersey

Career Review: Winny-Brodt Brown Retires

After a very long career, Winny Brodt-Brown is retiring. The Minnesota Hockey icon has been playing since 1995, setting records and redefining what it means to be a women’s hockey player. Brodt-Brown’s hockey career started at Roseville Area High School. In her senior season (1995-96), she led through an undefeated season to the Minnesota state […]

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