PHF to host All-Star game in Toronto
On Thursday afternoon, PHF commissioner Reagan Carey announced that the 2023 All-Star weekend will be in Toronto. This is the first time the event will be held outside of the US, and it will conclude with the big game on January 29th. The event will take place at the Mattamy Athletic Centre and will be […]Read More
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 […]Read More
New Policy for PHF Player Salary Disclosure
The PHF took a big step toward equity in women’s hockey today. They announced a policy for players to disclose their salaries. This has been a big topic across the league and even came up in the press conference announcing the new team in Montreal. In the past, PHF contracts contained a clause stating that players […]Read More
Bienvenue à Montreal, PHF !
There’s no such thing as a dull day in July for hockey fans. Free agency opens up, development camp starts, and in the Premier Hockey Federation, there’s a new team. On July 12th, the PHF announced they would expand to Montreal. Paul Krotz, PHF Senior Vice President of Communications, describes it as, “A very exciting […]Read More