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Roesler Determined to See Whale Bring Fourth the Isobel Cup

May 23, 2018 - No one needs to remind the tough and steady defender Cydney Roesler, one of the rocks of the Whale, that her team is the lone squad of the NWHL's Founding Four yet to win the Isobel Cup. "It's time we complete the cycle and win the Cup for Connecticut," she said. The Hunt for Isobel is one of many reasons why the former Quinnipiac player is determined to sign a contract for a third professional season in Connecticut when the free agency period begins in June. Roesler confirmed her return earlier this week in an inter... Full Story

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NWHL Expands to Minnesota

May 15, 2018 - The National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) has entered its first phase of expansion in a significant way. The league, founded in 2015 with a mission of providing strong female role models for the community while fueling the continued growth of the sport and brand of women's hockey, has extended its reach by expanding to the great hockey state of Minnesota. The NWHL has acquired the Minnesota Whitecaps, the State of Hockey franchise formed in 2004 and has been the home of many of the greatest players in the history of the... Full Story

NWHL Free Agency Begins June 1

May 8, 2018 - Brooklyn, NY- Preparations for Season 4 of the National Women's Hockey League are in full flight. Today, the league confirmed that Free Agency will begin on June 1. In addition, registration for prospective players that were not drafted by NWHL teams is now open at NWHL.zone/freeagency. To be eligible, players must have graduated college. The 2018-19 NWHL regular season is set to begin in October. The league took several additional giant steps forward during the 2017-18 season. Highlights included: The NWHL became... Full Story

NJ State Assembly Honors Morse and the Riveters for Winning the Isobel Cup

April 13, 2018 - The Metropolitan Riveters received an official proclamation from the New Jersey State Assembly on Thursday honoring the team's Isobel Cup Championship. New Jersey native Rebecca Morse proudly represented the team and brought the Isobel Cup to the New Jersey State House in Trenton. Several members of the Assembly took pictures with Morse and the Cup. "It was a great experience and I was proud to represent the Riveters before the Assembly," said Morse, who has played the last two seasons for the team after an excellent ... Full Story

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