An eventful off-season for the Calgary Inferno is one that has encompassed the beginning of a new chapter. With iconic coach Shannon Miller joining the organization, along with the trades of Winter Games competitors Jillian Saulnier and Genevieve Lacasse, it constituted only part of the narrative. With a tremendous trinity of celebrated players that represented the core of the Inferno’s leadership over the previous campaigns, the collective retirements of Delayne Brian, Brittany Esposito and Jacquie Pierri have added a very profound impact to the theme of transition this off-season.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey announced today that Katie Guay (Mansfield, Mass.) has been named director of philanthropy for The USA Hockey Foundation, a charitable and educational nonprofit corporation that provides long-range financial support for USA Hockey and promotes the growth of hockey in the United States.
Many of Katie Guay’s former hockey teammates at Brown University still chuckle when they think about her becoming a referee. A hit she placed upon an unsuspecting member of the University of Minnesota’s women’s team during the 2002 NCAA Frozen Four semifinal is the reason why.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Inside ECAC Hockey Weekly Radio Show is a program highlighting action from the previous weekend's games and upcoming games. The program also includes interviews with coaches and student-athletes and showcases stories from around the league.
When the Canadian Women’s Hockey League was initially established in 2007, nobody quite knew what was in store for its future. For years, there has been no compensation for the players. When the CWHL was started, the players had to pay for basically everything themselves, making it difficult for many women to be successful.
Yesterday the NWHL made some big waves in the women’s hockey world by announcing that a team comprising of some of the league’s brightest stars would play the United States Women’s National Team twice next month.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> USA women’s hockey bronze medalist Kathleen Kauth returned to the Spa City this weekend along with her brother, Patrick, who now makes his home in Saratoga Springs to honor their father, Don Kauth, that the annual Don Kauth Memorial Tournament at Saratoga Springs Ice Rink.
Representing an age of achievement where every player that graced the ice helped contribute to the game’s mythology, the 1998 Nagano Winter Games also served as a coming-out party for many players making their international debut. Among them was Canada’s Becky Kellar, part of a fierce defensive unit that was headlined by future Hockey Hall of Famer Geraldine Heaney.
Hayley Moore has made the most of her retirement from competitive hockey. The former Boston Blades forward has since been involved with girls and women’s hockey at essentially every level. This hockey season will be her first as deputy commissioner and director of player development for the NWHL.
Making her debut for the United States at the 2017 ISBHF Worlds in Pardubice, Czech Republic, it was an opportunity for Lindsay Wilde to compose another exciting chapter in her hockey odyssey, fulfilling a goal of donning the stars and stripes. Adding luster to this facet was the fact that she earned a podium finish in her debut for the national team.
Cara Morey, a cornerstone at Hobey Baker Rink for the last six years and a rising star in international coaching, has been promoted to head coach of the Princeton University women's hockey team, Ford Family Director of Athletics Mollie Marcoux Samaan announced today.
A former three-sport student-athlete and a member of the Brown Athletic Hall of Fame, Siri Lindley’s ’91 career path evolved from her field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse experiences at College Hill to a very successful triathlete and now coach.
Looking to improve on last year’s surprising 14-12-2-4 record, the Keyano Huskies men’s hockey team have added Paige Pyett to the team’s coaching staff as an assistant coach and athletic therapist for the 2015-16 campaign.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Former Bears' men's ice hockey standout Robert Kenneally '90 has been named the head women's ice hockey coach at Brown in an announcement made by Brown Director of Athletics Jack Hayes. Kenneally will step down from his position as Executive Associate Director of Athletics at Brown.
The Officers and Governors of the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) have announced their major award winners for 2014. All honorees will be presented their awards at the 2014 AHCA Convention in Naples, FL, April 30 to May 4, 2014. The Celebration of Women's Hockey will be held on Friday evening, May 2, while the Celebration of Men's Hockey will take place on Saturday evening, May 3. Both events will be hosted at the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club and sponsored by USA Hockey. - See more at: http://www.ahcahockey.com/news/1314/0123awa.php#sthash.obOWXMC0.dpuf
ALBANY, N.Y. -- ECAC Hockey was well represented in the 2013 Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) Draft, held Monday, August 26 in Mississauga, Ontario as 15 former student-athletes were chosen. The CWHL Draft took place via conference call with general managers from the Alberta Hockey Club, Brampton Thunder, Boston Blades, Montreal Stars and Toronto Furies set to select players from a list of 67 prospective players. It marked the fourth annual entry draft for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.
ALBANY, N.Y. – Former student-athletes from 11 ECAC Hockey teams were selected in the 2011 CWHL Entry Draft last week (July 21). In all a total of 18 former league standouts were chosen to continue their playing dreams of professional hockey League.