Women's Hockey

(A WAY Too Early) 2021 NWHL Draft Preview

***This article has been updated as of June 15th, 2020 with the news of Maureen Murphy transferring from Providence to Northeastern I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the success of this year’s NWHL Draft, not only in its execution, but in its ability to select players with a significantly higher signing potential than in […]

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Boston Bruins, News

Iginla’s Time With Boston Short but Sweet

By Joe Russo While there is an argument for or against the NHL’s 2020 Hall of Fame class, there was plenty of undeniability for those selected. Ken Holland either aided in or was solely responsible for building a perennial Cup contender while in Detroit. Kevin Lowe, well, the truth can be found in his trophy case, […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

“UNH South” Continues to Take Shape

Make all of the “UNH is the Pride development program” jokes you want, it’s clear that the Wildcats certainly have made an impression on Paul Mara and Karilyn Pilch. After signing undrafted free agent Carlee Turner last week, the team announced Tuesday that they had inked their two 2020 draft picks from Durham, Taylor Wenczkowski […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

The Pride’s Most Underrated Superstar

By Spencer Fascetta When discussing Lexie Laing’s impact on the Boston Pride, both Head Coach Paul Mara and General Manager Karilyn Pilch rave about her two-way ability. Patrice Bergeron’s name has been invoked on multiple occasions. As defensive contributions are often difficult to determine from a basic box score, I wanted to look under the […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

Pride Re-Sign Veteran Forward Parker

In continuing with their theme of the offseason, the Boston Pride re-signed a key cog from their dominant 2019-20 season, agreeing to terms on an extension with forward Mary Parker on Thursday. The Milton, Massachusetts native had a breakout year for the pride, tallying an impressive 15 goals in 17 games to go along with […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

What’s the Delay In Return To Play?

By Joe Russo On June 4th the NBA revealed its full return to play format which included a July 31 season resumption date. A 29-1 owner tally along with an NBAPA player rep unanimous vote symbolized a long-awaited light at the end of the tunnel. Aside from an additional unforeseen tragedy, the NBA will play […]

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Boston Bruins

The Impossible Dream

By Court Lalonde In Boston, Rick Middleton is known for wearing the black and gold, bringing people out of their seats in excitement, and helping his community.  In 2001 he was asked to do something he’d never done, and until the phone rang, it wasn’t something he ever thought of doing.  A friend of his […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

Pride Dip into UDFA Class, Sign UNH’s Turner

Despite adding a league-high six draft picks this season, the Boston Pride have added a 7th player out of the 2020 senior class, signing University of New Hampshire captain Carlee Turner on Friday. The Scottsdale, Arizona native just finished a brilliant career with the Wildcats, adding 27 goals and 46 assists for 73 points in […]

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