clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

WATCH: Ep. 2 of What you missed last week in women’s hockey

In the second edition of our new video series, we talk China, Kelly Terry, and World Championships

All the top news you need to know to stay up-to-date with women’s hockey news.
The Ice Garden

We’re going to start posting a short video every week that explains all the big news that you may have missed in women’s hockey. It’ll keep both new and veteran fans alike posted on everything you need to know in the whcky world.

In this week’s episode of “What you missed last week in women’s hockey...”

0:13 - You: “I wonder if the CWHL will expand in the United States or Canada first.”

The CWHL: “SURPRISE IT’S CHINA”

1:00 - The IIHF Women’s World Championships will be a bit more crowded in 2019

1:28 - Team Finland is getting ready to select its Olympic roster

1:41 - Mélodie Daoust registered for the CWHL draft! (So, uh, Montreal is going to be good again)

2:12 - Hirings, firings and signings around the leagues

3:02 - Cry because Kelly Terry retired, but cry some more (happier tears) when you see the hysterical pictures we found of her in the CWHL photo server.

Thanks for watching! You can email us at sbnwhcky@gmail.com if there’s anything you think we should include for next week’s video or if you want to let us know what you think of this week’s video. Bonus points if you include emojis.

(Photos in the video are from Michelle Jay, Al Saniuk, Chris Tanouye/CWHL and HC Kunlun Red Star)