boston pride, Women's Hockey

Redesigned and Ready for Action

The Pride finally revealed their new jersey designs for Season 6, and they are FANTASTIC. The team stuck with their classic gold base and logo for their home jerseys, but added a really cool horizontal striping pattern that feels reminiscent of the Montreal Canadiens’ red jerseys have utilized for more than a century. It’s a […]

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Pride Add Finishing Touches, Re-sign Mastel

The Pride have added another defender to their murderers row on the blue line, re-upping defender Briana Mastel for the 2020-21 season. Mastel, 25, appeared in all 24 games for the Pride in her rookie campaign, adding a goal and 6 assists in that time frame. The former Harvard Crimson captain is another excellent, mobile […]

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Pride Add Another Strong Rookie in Capistran

  The Pride’s record-breaking season has continued into the offseason, as they announced Thursday they had signed yet another of their 2020 NWHL Draft Selections, bringing the total picks signed up to 5, both the most in franchise and league history for a single draft class. This time around, it is 30th Overall Selection and Northeastern […]

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The Most Underrated Duo in the NWHL

By: Spencer Fascetta Looking at the Boston Pride, it is easy to narrow in and gush about their diverse offensive talent. A team running off 19 straight wins and a league best +77 goal differential. What’s more difficult, however, is to acknowledge how well the team performed defensively this season. While their goal differential sat […]

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Pride Complete Goalie Tandem, Re-sign Hanson

The Boston Pride have decided to return the same goaltending battery that they rode to a league-record 23-1 season, as they announced Thursday that they had indeed re-signed goaltender Victoria Hanson for the 2020-21 season. The Boston University alum had an outstanding rookie campaign behind starter Lovisa Selander, compiling a 6-0 record with a 1.97 […]

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“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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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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