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Top 5 most read female hockey stories of 2015

By HockeyNow on January 01, 2016
 

With the addiction of a new U.S.- based pro league and all kind of exciting action on the national and international stage, 2015 was a big year for women’s hockey and we were there very step of the way. In honour of the year that was, here’s a look back at our top five most read stories of 2015 at HockeyNow.ca.

1) CWHL player Tara Watchorn displays what it means to play hockey #LikeAGirl

2) Age nothing but a number for Team Canada's Emma Maltais

3) Canada – U.S. rivalry on the ice spilling over to women’s pro leagues

4) Top women's hockey player in the world Marie-Philip Poulin chooses CWHL

5) Canadian goalies a hot commodity in newly-formed NWHL


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By HockeyNow| January 01, 2016
Categories:  Female

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