We talk about the Riveters win streak, milestones in the CWHL and if we could see any players go to China next season. Plus, Michelle plays #StumpHannah and Hannah pays up on a bet…again.
Riveters remain undefeated, slowing streaking Pride Section originally posted as part of “NWHL Recap: Week 7″ for The Ice Garden. BOS: Janine Weber (1), Meagan Mangene (2) MET: Miye D’Oench (6), Jenny Ryan (3) on PP, Alexa Gruschow (7), Erika Lawler (1) on PP Saturday’s matchup between the Metropolitan Riveters and the Boston Pride was heavily anticipated. … More VIDEO CLIPS: Metropolitan Riveters defeat the Boston Pride 4-2
The Boston Pride won their second consecutive game over the Whale in convincing fashion. Despite taking the first lead over the Riveters of the season, the Beauts fail to execute in the third period, to drop their third straight. In the Week 7 previews, Mike & Erica discuss what will likely be the must-watch game … More The Founding 4 Podcast Episode 7: Stick taps & #AskBlakeBolden
Mike & Erica are back and recording live from Riveters practice (well, at least half the duo). The Boston Pride have a two-game streak after a convincing win over the Whale. Despite taking the first lead over the Riveters of the season, the Beauts fail to execute in the third, to drop their third straight. … More The Founding 4 Podcast Episode 7: Stick taps and #AskBlakeBolden
Daryl Watts gets snubbed, Hannah settles a bet, and Michelle is stoked about this week’s Pride/Riveters matchup. Plus talk on Team Russia and doping, Team USA’s cuts, the CWHL and more!
Although most of my musings are sports-related, I am still an advocate by profession. I have worked for several months to get a new project off the ground for my organization, Westchester Children’s Association. BREAKING NEWS: WCA has created a podcast called Ground Truthing: Insights from the Ground Up and we have interviewed some amazing … More NEW Advocacy PODCAST: Ground Truthing launches in 2018!
The Boston Pride were victorious over the Connecticut Whale in the third meeting of the teams this season. The Pride came out strong in the first period scoring two goals. Emily Field got the scoring started, after a huge stop by Brittany Ott on the other end, Anya Battaglino fired a shot Ott slowed, but did not cleanly stop Alyssa Gagliardi cleared the … More NWHL recaps: Boston defeats Connecticut to nab control of second place
https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?visual=true&url=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F345113749&show_artwork=true&maxwidth=529&maxheight=794&dnt=1 Change has been good for two Subbans. Will it be good for a third? Defenseman Jordan Subban goes from Canucks to Kings.Defenseman Jordan Subban, who was a Vancouver Canucks, 2013 fourth-round draft pick, was traded to the Los Angeles Kings Friday for forward Nic Dowd. Jordan, an undersized blue’liner at 5-foot-9, 185-pounds, had spent most… … More REBLOG: Jordan Subban traded as P.K. and Malcolm Subban face each other for the first time in the NHL
Photo: Me, Ashley Audet and Marisa Ingemi are three of the four women broadcasters in the NWHL. Former NJ Devils Sherry Ross has also joined the NWHL broadcast team for two Metropolitan Riveters games (her third will be Sunday 12/10/17) The Connecticut Whale host the Boston Pride tomorrow, so that means another stint as a … More NWHL Preview: Pride Look to Get Second Straight Win as They Take on The Whale