Kendall Coyne Schofield is my hero.
The NHL just released the rosters for the Elite Women's 3-on-3 game.
Hello! Hamilton here! So yesterday was Day 1 of the Magellan Corp. Women's Hockey Showcase aka Dream Gap Tour Chicago.
A big victory today at the Women's IIHF World Championship over in Espoo, Finland. Team USA annihilated Team Japan 4-0 and is advancing to the semifinals.
If I'm honest, a large chunk of what I write are what I call "Player Pieces" and I love writing them more than anything else.
The hockey world is taking a big step forward tonight. We talked about the wall being broken through when we talked about Kendall Coyne's fantastic race back during the All-Star Skills competition, now the girls get another chance to shine starting tonight.
Following Kendall Coyne Schofield's spectacular performance at the NHL All-Star Skill's competition, Coyne has been hired by NBC to work as an analyst for Wednesday night's game of the Pittsburgh Penguins vs the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Brianna Decker had the fastest time in the NHL All-Star Passing competition but she hasn't seen the $25,000 prize money.
Manon Rheaume saw a wall between hockey worlds and ran at it, creating a crack. Years passed until last night, Kendall Coyne Schofield finally broke through enough so we can see a bit of sunshine, coming through from the other side.