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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
Keywords:  Female National

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Most Read:
1) Cumberland Grads Franchise Rebranded as Navan Grads
2) Colin Birkas Named Head Coach for Calgary Canucks
3) John Dean Returns to OJHL to Coach Toronto Patriots
4) OJHL Chairman Scott McCrory Making Big Move
5) Peter Goulet Leaves Pro Ranks To Focus On OJHL’s Kingston Voyageurs

Cumberland Grads netminder making the most of CCHL opportunity

- See more at: http://hockeynow.ca/junior/cumberland-grads-netminder-making-the-most-of-cchl-opportunity#sthash.Kp9vOuWN.dpu

Krebs and Byram making strong case for top-round consideration in 2016 WHL Draft

- See more at: http://hockeynow.ca/minor-hockey/krebs-and-byram-making-strong-case-for-top-round-consideration-in-2016-whl-draft#sthash.3aAd2mSy.dpu
 
 
 
 
 


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