The National Women’s Hockey League announced a partnership with the NHL’s Minnesota Wild to host the 2018 NWHL All-Star Weekend on Feb. 10-11 in the Twin Cities.
Two Canadian players were chosen to be part of the National Women’s Hockey League all-star squad that will help prepare the U.S. national women’s team for the 2018 Olympics.
The National Women’s Hockey League has announced a deal with Twitter that will feature a game of the week live-streamed. “With this partnership, Twitter will expand the NWHL audience and give these professional women’s hockey players the major platform they deserve,” said NWHL Commissioner Dani Rylan.
Teams in the National Women’s Hockey League are in the final leg of their chase for the Isobel Cup. A one-game Isobel Cup playoff semifinal will take place between the defending champion and top-seeded Boston Pride and the league’s No. 4 seed on March 16.
The teams are set and the battle lines drawn as some of the top players in the National Women’s Hockey League will shine in Pittsburgh at the all-star game.
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