Women’s Hockey Tribune

PWHPA’s Jayna Hefford Discusses 2020-21 Season

PWHPA’s Jayna Hefford Discusses 2020-21 Season

It’s been a busy two weeks for the PWHPA. Following their announcement regarding the new regional training hub format on May 12th, the organization has been announcing its player base via Twitter. The PWHPA has continued to create excitement since their announcement two weeks ago, and they plan on keeping the momentum going during these…

PWHPA Announces New Group Of Players

PWHPA Announces New Group Of Players

The PWHPA has slowly been unveiling its 2020-21 members on Twitter this week. The first four, which included two newcomers, were announced on Monday. It has been a steady stream since then. The PWHPA is expected to continue unveiling its members on Twitter over the next little while. As always, we’ll have you covered right…

Theresa Feaster Named To 2021 U.S. World Junior Coaching Staff

Theresa Feaster Named To 2021 U.S. World Junior Coaching Staff

Last Wednesday, Team USA named their 2021 World Junior team coaching staff. It has a little wrinkle to it, as Theresa Feaster becomes the first woman to be named to the U.S. junior team coaching staff. Feaster, the daughter of former NHL general manager Jay Feaster, is making her first appearance as a member of…

PWHPA Names First Four Members For 2020-21 Season

PWHPA Names First Four Members For 2020-21 Season

The Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA) announced its first four members for the 2020-21 season on Monday. These members include Abby Roque, Hilary Knight, Sarah Potomak and Annika Zalewski. These members will be representing the PWHPA on and off the ice, as they share their skills and love for the game. Knight has been…

Biringer: Time To End The Smearing And Start Growing Women’s Hockey

Biringer: Time To End The Smearing And Start Growing Women’s Hockey

There is a battle going on in the professional women’s hockey ranks. The Professional Women’s Hockey Player Association (PWHPA) and the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) have been at odds since the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) folded back in May of 2019. There were plans in place by the NWHL to have franchises in…