PWHL Boston’s Finalized Roster | The Roster Freeze

Photo: Isaac Swartz | Inside The Rink

We have reached the roster freeze portion of this inaugural season, and Boston has completed a few roster updates. Yesterday was the last day teams could add/remove players from the active roster.

Boston signed forward Kelly Babstock to a Reserve Player Contract. Babstock, 31, spent a part of the season playing in the SWHL. She was part of the Metropolitan Riveters (PHF). She recorded 96 points in 112 games in the PHF.

– Quinnipiac Athletics.

Boston signed forward Caitrin Lonergan to a Reserve Player Contract. Lonergan, 26, from Massachusetts, was acquired from Ottawa at the trade deadline. She was selected 14th in the PWHL draft, but she did not sign with the team.
– Boston College Athletics.

Boston signed forward Nicole Kosta to a 10-day Standard Player Agreement. Kosta appeared in 3 of Boston’s first seven games, before being placed on the Reserved Player list.

-Quinnipiac Athletics

Forward Loren Gabel has not been placed on LTIR, Nicole Kosta coming back from the Reserve Player list could be a short-term replacement plan for Gabel as she recovers from the injury she sustained in the game on Saturday against Ottawa.

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