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Minnesota Whitecaps

PHF All-Stars impress and are thrilled to grow the game

It was a night of excitement, drama, and a pure spectacle for those in attendance at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in downtown Toronto as it hosted its first-ever PHF All-Star game looking to show the league and impress. For the fans and young girls in attendance, it was a chance for the PHF to grow […]

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Canada edges Team World to win PHF All-Star Tournament

On Sunday night in Toronto, Team Canada showed why it is the world’s biggest hockey nation, beating an international team in the final. Jade Downie Landry of the Montreal Force scored the game-winner and sealed the victory for Canada over Team World on a night with plenty of surprises. Canada opens with a win against […]

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PHF All-Stars ready to go for tonight’s big game

We saw Team USA, Canada, and World on Saturday morning before they took to the ice tonight for the All-Star game. The venue will be the Mattamy Athletic Centre or, as most locals will tell you, the historic Maple Leafs Garden in downtown Toronto. The girls had a chance to let their hair down and […]

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PHF News Round-Up

We’re currently in the week leading up to the PHF All-Star Game in Toronto, Ontario, with only one game on the schedule before the event – Montreal in Connecticut on Friday. After a high-scoring and, at times, emotional weekend of games, it’s time to enjoy some news before many of the PHF’s best meet at […]

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PHF Salary Cap to Double

The Premier Hockey Federation keeps on growing. On Wednesday, December 14, the league announced the salary cap would increase to a historic $1.5 million per team for the 2023-24 season.  In 2021, the salary cap was just $150,000. It has increased 900% since then. This increase is the league’s third salary increase in nine seasons […]

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An action headshot of Minnesota Whitecaps forward Liz Schepers.

Minnesota Whitecaps Respond To Split Weekend Series With Connecticut Whale

The Minnesota Whitecaps needed a statement game today. They delivered. A much more intense offensive effort from Minnesota powered them past the Connecticut Whale 4-3 on Saturday after being shut out by Whale goalie Abbie Ives the night before. They had no answer for Connecticut’s best-scoring line of Kennedy Marchment, Taylor Girard, and Alyssa Wohlfeiler, […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps forward Liz Schepers stands alone during game action wearing her #21 grey alternate jersey.

Whitecap Recap: Minnesota Escapes Riveters’ Late-Game Push, Earn First Win of the Season

Minnesota Whitecaps defender Patti Marshall notched her first two PHF goals, both on the power play, as the Whitecaps took home their first win of the 2022-23 season by beating the Metropolitan Riveters 4-3. Marshall, the 11th overall pick in the 2020 NWHL Draft, had 24 career PHF games and eight assists under her belt […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps Weekend Preview: Metropolitan Riveters, December 3-4

The Minnesota Whitecaps begin their second home weekend of the season when they take on the Metropolitan Riveters on Saturday and Sunday at Richfield Ice Arena. On Saturday, the game is at 6:00 p.m. CT while the puck drops at 1:00 p.m. CT on Sunday. Both games will be available to stream on ESPN+, as […]

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PHF Extends Partnership with MeiGray

On November 18th, the PHF announced they would extend their partnership with sports memorabilia auctioneers MeiGray. The PHF has been working with MeiGray since 2016 to provide fans with authentic, game-worn jerseys. MeiGray was founded by two sports memorabilia fanatics from New Jersey, Barry Meisel, and Bob Gray. The two met by trading game-worn jerseys […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps players Jonna Albers (#3), Liz Schepers (#21), Sydney Brodt (#14), Sydney Baldwin (#9), and Olivia Knowles (#24), wearing their grey alternate jerseys, celebrate the game's opening goal by Brodt.

Whitecap Recap: Minnesota Loses OT Thriller to Boston, Remains Winless

The Minnesota Whitecaps finally broke Corinne Schroeder’s historic 105-save shutout streak to start the season, but it wasn’t enough to get their first win. The Boston Pride’s Sammy Davis had two goals, including the overtime winner, as the Whitecaps lost a roller-coaster 5-4 contest in overtime. 2020’s first-overall draft choice had gone without a point […]

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