August 14, 2018– In a significant acquisition for the Minnesota Whitecaps in their first season in the NWHL, the club has signed defender Amanda Boulier, who was a league all-star in 2017-18 as a rookie with the Connecticut Whale.
The CWHL draft is set to take place in less than three weeks’ time in Toronto, and with the registration for incoming players set to close Friday, it appears we can finally get a full glimpse of the talent set to enter the league next season, including a number of notable rookies who could turn heads in 2018-19.
Gina Kingsbury '04, who led the St. Lawrence University women's hockey team to pair of NCAA Frozen Four appearances and won two Olympic gold medals as a player for Team Canada (2006 and 2010), has been selected to manage the Canadian women's national team.
Having attained All-America status while skating for St. Lawrence University, Brooke Webster followed up such a prestigious achievement by contributing towards a compelling chapter in hockey history. With the CWHL adding a pair of internationally-based expansion teams, the Kunlun Red Star and the Vanke Rays (the first professional women’s’ teams to hail from China),
WASHINGTON >> The Gunnery welcomed new and returning students during the first week of September, just in time for the official start of the new school year. Part of the yearly ritual is the welcoming of new faculty and administrators to campus and we are excited to welcome this new group to our Gunnery family. The incoming faculty is an enthusiastic and adventurous group who are ready to tackle the 24-hour commitment that being at a boarding school entails.
The 2000-01 women's hockey team, which made NCAA history by earning a spot in the inaugural Frozen Four held in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 23-25, 2001, will also be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Middlebury College has announced the hiring of Brooke Fernandez at its new women's hockey assistant coach. Fernandez comes to Middlebury from Brewster Academy where she served as the program's head coach a year ago.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Amanda Boulier, a record-setting defenseman and former first team All-ECAC Hockey selection at St. Lawrence, has joined the Yale women's ice hockey staff as assistant coach. Joakim Flygh, Yale's Susan Cavanagh Head Coach of Women's Ice Hockey, announced the hiring Friday.
In CWHL circles, former St. Lawrence standout Britni Smith is a three-year veteran defender who has competed with the Toronto Furies. Internationally, Smith is a mainstay in women’s ball hockey, who has competed in the first three women’s world championships.
The 1000 Islands Privateers of the Federal Hockey League (FHL) announced that team owner/president Nicole Kirnan, a former St. Lawrence standout, shall assume the role of head coach beginning with the Privateers’ contest Friday and serve in the role for the duration of the season.
HARTFORD, Conn. – Trinity College Director of Athletics Michael Renwick announced recently the appointment of former St. Lawrence standout Carson Duggan as interim head coach of the women’s hockey program.
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.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Brown head coach Digit Murphy, a former standout at Cornell, and eight former League standouts are among 38 individuals selected as coach mentors and athlete ambassadors for the International Ice Hockey Federation's Ambassador and Mentor Program (AMP), it was announced today by USA Hockey.
TORONTO – Four members of the League regular-season and tournament champion Cornell Big Red and four former League standouts are among 36 players who will attend Canada’s National Women’s Team selection camp, beginning Saturday at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto, to battle for one of 21 spots on Canada’s roster for the 2011 IIHF World Women’s Championship, April 16-25 in Zurich and Winterthur, Switzerland.
CALGARY, Alta. – Two current and five former League standouts are among a group of 24 players selected for Canada’s National Women’s Team for the 2010 4 Nations Cup in St. John’s and Clarenville, N.L. from November 9-13, it was announced Wednesday by Hockey Canada.
HARBIN, CHINA -- Former St. Lawrence standout Gina Kingsbury (Rouyn-Noranda, QC/Calgary, WWHL) scored the eventual game-winning goal at 13:16 of the first period. and former Dartmouth standout Cherie Piper (Scarborough, ON/Mississauga, CWHL) and former Harvard star Jennifer Botterill (Winnipeg, MB/Mississauga, CWHL) each registered two points as Canada beat Russia 8-1 on Friday to open the 2008 IIHF World Women's Championship.