She’s Back! Fluke Signs With Toronto

Some huge, major news coming out of Toronto yesterday, as The Six sign NWHL veteran, Emily Fluke. https://twitter.com/NWHL/status/1338521833818230786?s=20 The forward played for the Boston Pride last season in which she put up career numbers. In the 23 games that she played, she scored 9 goals and added 18 assists for a total of 27 points. … Continue reading She’s Back! Fluke Signs With Toronto

TXHT Podcast – NWHL Isobel Cup Final Preview

*Editors Note: This episode was recorded on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 with an original scheduled release of Wednesday, March 11th, 2020, two days before the Isobel Cup Final was to be played. Due to the Coronavirus we elected to hold off on releasing this episode, but after conferring with the Director of the NWHL Public … Continue reading TXHT Podcast – NWHL Isobel Cup Final Preview

By The Numbers: Emily Fluke

The NWHL announced before the start of this season that the league would be expanding the number of games the teams will play. I want to take a look at the players stats to see how players are taking advantage of the extended schedule and possible expanded roles on their respective teams. The player we … Continue reading By The Numbers: Emily Fluke

NWHL Game Recap – 10/13/2019 – Buffalo Beauts v. Boston Pride

Buffalo Beauts (1-1-0 2pts) v. Boston Pride (1-0-0 2pts)   Game Recap: After falling short to the Boston Pride the night before the Buffalo Beauts look to get themselves back into the win column, but it would be the Pride striking early as McKenna Brand would be able to jam the puck past Beauts rookie … Continue reading NWHL Game Recap – 10/13/2019 – Buffalo Beauts v. Boston Pride

NWHL News and Notes – October 9th, 2019

Today in the NWHL there were a pair of announcements including a free agent signing.   Today the Boston Pride announced that they have signed All Star forward Emily Fluke for the 2019-20 season. For more on Fluke's signing with the Pride please read Shaggy's report on the signing.   The Minnesota Whitecaps have announced … Continue reading NWHL News and Notes – October 9th, 2019

Former Whale Captain Signs With Boston

The big news coming from the NWHL today, former Connecticut Whale Captain Emily Fluke has signed with the Boston Pride. https://twitter.com/NWHL/status/1181921020057403392 The Pride have added a really good player. On top of being an NWHL All Star last year for the Whale, in the 16 games that she played, she scored 3 goals and added … Continue reading Former Whale Captain Signs With Boston

Riveters Punch Ticket To Minnesota

The NWHL had their playoff play-in game tonight; as it was the Metropolitan Riveters against the Connecticut Whale in Newark. The two teams had split the season series and were headed for an epic confrontation. At the end of the game, it was the Riveters who came out on top by a final score of … Continue reading Riveters Punch Ticket To Minnesota

Whale Swept In Final Back To Back Of The Regular Season

The Connecticut Whale played their last two games of the regular season at home at Terry Conners Rink. The first game was against the Buffalo Beauts and the second game was against the Minnesota Whitecaps.   1st Game In the first game on Saturday, the Whale were defeated by the Buffalo Beauts. The Beauts jumped … Continue reading Whale Swept In Final Back To Back Of The Regular Season

A Whale Of A Time In Nashville

The NWHL hosted their All Star festivities in Nashville, TN this past weekend. The best players from all five teams came down and showcased their talents in front of an electric Nashville crowd. The skills competition was held at the Ford Ice Center, the practice facility for the Predators; while the All Star Game itself … Continue reading A Whale Of A Time In Nashville

Lundberg Debuts But Whale Come Up Short Against The Pride

The Connecticut Whale squared off against the Boston Pride on Groundhog’s Day tonight at the Warrior Ice Arena. The Whale played a solid game, but unfortunately fell short against the Pride; dropping this game 3-1. This also pushes the Whale losing streak to seven games.   News and Notes The Whale had some signings to … Continue reading Lundberg Debuts But Whale Come Up Short Against The Pride