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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Pride Re-Up League MVP Dempsey

Welcome back, Cap! The Boston Pride announced on Tuesday that they had officially added team captain and league co-MVP Jillian Dempsey to the list of returning players for the 2020-21 season. An original member of the Pride dating back to the 2015-16 season, Dempsey is the all time leader in goals and points in league […]

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Women's Hockey

2020 NWHL Draft: Winners and Losers

We all need more #content, right? So, how about I take you through a few of the losers, and many more winners, of the 2020 NWHL Draft festivities? WINNER: Offense and Fun If the style of players selected this week are any indication, it’s about to get a lot more fun in the NWHL. The […]

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Pride Take Davis, Vanisova with First Two Picks

The Pride started out the NWHL Draft with a BANG Tuesday night, taking a pair of highly skilled forwards out of Hockey East with their first two picks. After the blockbuster they pulled off to move up to the 1st Overall Pick, they made Pembroke, Massachusetts native and Boston University forward Sammy Davis the second […]

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2020 NWHL Draft Recap and Analysis

Below is analysis on every selection of the 2020 NWHL Draft. This piece will be updated as selections are announced.   THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED FOLLOWING THE 2ND DAY OF THE 2020 NWHL DRAFT   Please enjoy the player cards, courtesy of Nayan Patel (@scootszn99 on Twitter). Throw a follow, because Nayan does brilliant […]

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Catching Up with Mallory Souliotis

Not everyone has the luxury of working from home during this pandemic; some of us are working on the front-lines either in the hospitals or in grocery stores. There are other occupations that have been classified as essential, and while playing hockey is not one of them, for Boston Pride’s Mallory Souliotis her other job […]

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