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Lauren Kelly Becomes 5th D to Sign with Boston Pride

June 24, 2019 - Saying her first year in the NWHL "was an amazing experience and exceeded all of my expectations," Lauren Kelly has re-signed with the Boston Pride. Kelly is the fifth defender to sign a contract with Boston for next season, joining Lexi Bender, Kaleigh Fratkin, Mallory Souliotis, and rookie Jenna Rheault. "I'm looking forward to building on what I learned as a player and as a teammate last year and applying it to this season," said Kelly. "I'm super excited about the players who have already signed with the team. I know ... Full Story

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Whale GM Bray Ketchum Enjoys Blues' Stanley Cup Win with Schwartz Family

June 21, 2019 - The last time NWHL fans saw Bray Ketchum on the ice she was hoisting the Isobel Cup over her head following the Metropolitan Riveters championship game win. That game was the last of Ketchum's professional career. Last week we saw Ketchum near another hockey trophy, the NHL's Stanley Cup, as she was in attendance for a few games of the Stanley Cup Final in Boston, including the Game 7 that crowned the St. Louis Blues as champions for the first time in their franchise's long history. For the record, Ketchum is a New York... Full Story

A 'Force to be Reckoned With,' Canada's Brooke Stacey Signs with NWHL's Buffalo Beauts

June 21, 2019 - This morning, the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women's Hockey League have signed Brooke Stacey, the highly-skilled forward from Kahnawake, Quebec who had an outstanding career at the University of Maine and has been a member of the Canadian National Women's Team development program. "Brooke is a force to be reckoned with, and she has proven that playing at both the college and national levels," said Beauts general manager Mandy Cronin. "Not only does she have a knack for finding the back of the net, but she is also a ... Full Story

McKenna Brand, NWHL's No. 5 Scorer in '18-19, Back with the Boston Pride

June 20, 2019 - McKenna Brand was dazzling in her rookie campaign in '18-19 with the Boston Pride. Now Brand is officially back, having signed her contract this morning to play for the Pride in the NWHL's fifth season. "My focus is on continuing to develop my shot, my speed, my play in the defensive zone, and on bringing the Isobel Cup back to Boston," said Brand, who turned 23 in May. "I am super excited to sign with the Pride again and continue to play for the great city of Boston! I absolutely loved my time in the NWHL during my roo... Full Story

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