NWHL Daily – The Competition is Getting Tighter

NWHL News and Notes from Tuesday, January 26th, 2021

Standings

WinsLosesTiesOTLPoints
1. Minnesota Whitecaps30006
2. Metropolitan Riveters21004
3. Toronto Six11013
4. Connecticut Whale11002
5. Boston Pride11002
6. Buffalo Beauts01011
  • Minnesota Whitecaps v. Metropolitan Riveters – 530p ET
    • In a rematch of the 2020 Isobel Cup Semifinals, the Whitecaps would once again defeat the Riveters 1-0 after Haley Mack’s game winner with 11 seconds left in regulation. It would be a true goaltending duel as well between Amanda Leveille and Sonjia Shelly, with also a little help form the posts, especially for Leveille and the Whitecaps.

 

  • Toronto Six v. Boston Pride – 830p ET
    • In the second game of the night we would see the Toronto Six continue their quest for their first victory in franchise history as they take on the Boston Pride. In the first period Christina Putigna would continue her hot streak as she would score on the powerplay to give the Pride the 1-0 lead. Then after a scoreless second period the Six would get on the board with a powerplay tally of their own as Brooke Boquist would score to tie the game at one, and then almost 90 seconds later Mikyla Grant-Mentis would score to give the Six the 2-1 victory and the Six’s first ever franchise win.

 

Today’s Games

  • BOS v. CTW – 530p ET
  • MET v. BUF – 830p ET

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