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Buffalo Re-Signs Meg Delay, Adds G Caty Flagg and C Neve Van Pelt

June 30, 2020 - National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) - Buffalo Beauts News Release

BUFFALO - The Buffalo Beauts have finalized the signing of three players for the upcoming NWHL season: defender Meg Delay, goaltender Caty Flagg, and center Neve Van Pelt.

Van Pelt, an Ontario native who played at Providence from 2016-2020, excels in the faceoff circle. Van Pelt always won more than half of her faceoffs in each season for the Friars, and in 2016-17 led Hockey East with a .617 winning percentage. In 146 games for Providence, she scored 17 goals and had 25 assists.

Flagg wrapped up her NCAA career at UMass Boston earlier this year with a 1.84 GAA, .942 save percentage and record of 12-11-3 in her senior season. For her college career, the former New England Hockey Conference Goaltender of the Year winner had a 1.92 GAA and .938 save percentage.

Delay will be playing in her second season for the Beauts. She appeared in 16 games during the 2019-20 NWHL season for Buffalo, and went 1-5-6 in scoring. Delay scored the first postseason goal of her professional career in Buffalo's play-in game loss to Connecticut. Delay was a 2018 Clarkson Cup champion with the Markham Thunder of the CWHL, and a 2016 NCAA Division III champion with the SUNY Plattsburgh Cardinals.

"Caty, Neve and Meg will all play important roles for the Beauts this season," said Buffalo GM Nate Oliver. "They are all winners and dedicated team players. Our fans saw last season what Meg brings to the table - she's tenacious and fearless anytime she is on the ice. Caty is a significant addition to our goaltending corps, and Neve is a highly effective two-way forward. As we continue to build our roster, these are three very key signings."

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