2017 Top 25 Under 25
Already a superstar, Carpenter could very soon be the best player in women’s hockey.
Wisconsin superstar looks ahead to PyeongChang with Team Canada.
After her breakout performance at the 2016 World Championships, what's next for Maschmeyer?
Brandt does it all for Team USA, and she'll be part of the national team for a long time.
The future (and the present) of Team USA's blue line.
The Swiss sensation is our highest-ranked European player.
She may be small, but Emily Pfalzer is a fierce, talented competitor and has the medals, trophies and awards to prove it.
Hockey Canada is flatlining. Someone call Sarah Nurse.
Let the former Eagle and Whale step into the spotlight
There's a Fast and Furie-ous joke to be made here, we just know it.
Former Riveter looks to keep scoring for her home country
Just 23 by the time of the Games, the second-youngest defender in Canadian World Championship history will be among the most experienced youngsters in PyeongChang.
Look out, USA, there's a new goalie in town.
The peripatetic sniper looks to improve her game on another continent.
We voted on our top choices for the top 25 players in women's hockey. You can follow along as we unveil our selections here.
How she bounced back from an injury helped propel her to the Frozen Four and onto this list
Back for her first full season in the NWHL, the former Tiger has lots of room to grow
One player. Three sports. Boundless potential.
Swiss forward Alina Müller had an Olympic bronze under her belt at 15 but continues to strive for more greatness.
The terrific teens start off with a Golden Gopher
Vermont’s own carved out a legacy at UVM, and now she’s building one with the U.S. national team and Boston Pride
Strong and steady, Ambrose has excelled at all levels throughout her career.
The Khaleesi of women’s hockey
The BC goalie still has her senior season to soar to new heights
Only 19 but her mind (and hockey skill) is older.