Taylor Wasylk Joins the Boston Pride
Taylor Wasylk, who helped lead Boston College to three Frozen Four appearances, has signed with the Boston Pride for the 2018-19 NWHL season.
"Not only will I get the opportunity to play with a handful of former teammates and friends, but I am joining a team of unbelievable players as well," said Wasylk, a Michigan native who played for the Boston Blades of the CWHL last season. "I could not be more excited to join the Boston Pride and the NWHL. I am thrilled to take the ice in front of the Boston fans and cannot wait to get the season started."
While playing for the Pride, the 26-year-old Wasylk will also serve as head coach at Suffolk University as the women's hockey program begins its first season.
As a forward with Boston College between 2010-2014, Wasylk scored 48 goals and added 45 assists for 96 points in 145 games. In her time there, BC made the Frozen Four in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and won two Beanpot and Hockey East titles. She was MVP at the 2014 Beanpot and was named Hockey East Best Defensive Forward for the 2013-14 season.
Internationally, Wasylk was a member of the U.S. National Team at the 2012 IIHF World Championships and at the 2009 and 2010 U18 World Championships.
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