2018-19 Alumni News Archives

  • Lovisa Selander Has Sights on Becoming Fixture in Sweden's Crease
    April 04, 2019
    One thousand, five hundred and sixty-two pounds. At six ounces per puck, and 16 ounces per pound, that’s how much rubber Lovisa Selander kicked aside throughout her four-year stay at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
  • Two-Time National Championship-Winning Netminder Tiley Takes Act to Toronto
    October 11, 2018
    Shea Tiley has seen life on the professional hockey circuit. Matter of fact, she lived it long before she ever dreamt of playing in the pro ranks herself.
  • Cydney Roesler Making History as Player-Coach
    October 05, 2018
    The call came entirely out of the blue. Cydney Roesler was enjoying her off-season, preparing for another campaign patrolling the blueline for the Connecticut Whale, when coach Ryan Equale rang her up to propose something unorthodox: that Roesler, two years into her career in the NWHL, pull double duty as a player-coach for the Whale.
  • Ryan Donato among NHL young talents this season
    October 01, 2018
    Jason Botterill has experienced both sides of the spectrum in confronting the challenges of building a competitive NHL team versus trying to sustain one.
  • Q&A with Alex Gruschow
    September 21, 2018
    Alexa Gruschow had quite the season. From leading the NWHL in points wire-to-wire, to scoring the lone, spectacular goal in an epic Isobel Cup Final game that saw the Metropolitan Riveters win their first championship, to winning the NWHL MVP as voted on by her peers – she certainly earned the nickname that I gave her during the first month of the season: Alexa The Great.