Your favorite women’s hockey podcast is almost ready for its return! Yes, the now independent Founding 4 Podcast will return for NWHL Season 5. Now, there are still a few logistical things I need to work on, but I didn’t want fans to wait for this interview with Anya Packer. Anya joins me to discuss … More Founding 4 Podcast Returns! Well, almost.
Takeaways from the NWHL Season in Review Yesterday, the NWHL released its 2018-19 season in review, which included average team-specific attendance numbers, total dollars to-date spent on players salaries, and much more. Here are my takeaways. Attendance For the first time, the NWHL released overall attendance and team-specific average attendance numbers. The league has never … More NWHL releases attendance numbers, hints at new initiatives in 2018-19 season in review
Boston College alumna caps off her North American return with top honors Yesterday the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) announced Blake Bolden as the Defender of the Year as voted on by the Women’s Hockey Media Association. Around this time last season, Blake Bolden was returning from Switzerland where she competed in the Swiss Women’s … More Blake Bolden named NWHL Defender of the Year
“I leave you with one last message continue to challenge yourself and chase your dreams.” Late Friday evening, Loren Gabel was slumped over in defeat, having come up short against the Wisconsin Badgers in the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four semifinals. “Unfortunately, we just weren’t getting a lot of offensive opportunities and when we did, we … More Loren Gabel becomes second Clarkson player to win 2019 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award
One of the things I enjoy most about talking to former athletes is talking about their retirement. Well, enjoy might not be the right word. Some players get retirement tours where fans and even opponents shower them with gifts and adoration. Others just pack up their locker, walk uninterrupted to their car, and drive away. … More Riveters forward Miye D’Oench discusses NWHL Semifinal loss, retirement
One year ago today, the Metropolitan Riveters won the 2018 Isobel Cup Championship. It’s been over a week since the Riveters fell 5-1 to the eventual 2019 Isobel Cup champions in the semifinals. What a difference a year makes. The 2018-19 season was quite the roller coaster for the Metropolitan Riveters. After inspiring a loyal … More 2018-19 Season in Review: Riveters struggles were apparent, will they impact next season?
Defending NWHL champions give 800+ home fans something to cheer about NEWARK, N.J — It was standing room only last night as the 3-12-0 Metropolitan Riveters looked to match their 2015-2016 wins tally in the final regular season game of the 2018-19 season. One more win at the Riveters would tie their franchise-low of four … More Riveters snap Beauts winning streak in front of sold out home crowd
Toronto, ON – The Canadian Women’s Hockey League announced today that Caroline Cameron of Hockey Central Tonight will host the 2019 CWHL Clarkson Cup Awards, presented by the NHLPA. The awards are set to take place at the Mattamy Athletic Centre at Ryerson University on March 22. “The CWHL Awards pay recognition to the top players in … More CWHL News: Caroline Cameron to Host 2019 CWHL Awards
Jessica Koizumi, Shenae Lundberg, Vanessa Gagnon, Erin O’Neil, & Tess Adams join The Pod! #NWHL … More #NWHL: Jessica Koizumi, Shenae Lundberg among several players added to Connecticut Whale roster
NWHL: The struggling Riveters fall 8-1 to the first place Pride. “The wheels fell off. We took a bad penalty of too many men on the ice and that was our death knell.” ~ Randy Velisheck … More Riveters routed at home, head coach Randy Velischek Postgame Interview (Audio & Transcript)