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Buffalo Beauts sign Jordan Juron

The BU alumna returns to the Beauts after appearing in a game earlier this season.

Jordan Juron playing with the Beauts earlier in the 2017-18 season.
Pat McCarthy

Today the Buffalo Beauts announced a signing that went through before yesterday’s roster freeze. The Beauts signed Jordan Juron who had played in a game with her home-state team earlier this season on a PTO.

Juron picked up a primary assist on a Rebecca Vint goal in her NWHL debut on January 14 in a game against the Connecticut Whale. Prior to that she played college hockey at Boston University, finishing her NCAA career with 40 points in 141 NCAA games.

With Juron joining the fold the Beauts now have 22 women listed on their roster as the final game of the 2017-18 regular season approaches. It appears that the Beauts have parted ways with Kayla Parsons and Jessica Sibley — both players are no longer listed on Buffalo’s roster. Juron adds to the Beauts’ already formidable forward depth.

The defending Isobel Cup Champions are currently riding a nine-game winning streak that began on December 16 against the Whale. Buffalo’s regular season ends this weekend in Connecticut. Because they have already clinched the second seed and home ice advantage they will host the Boston Pride in the first round of the 2018 Isobel Cup Playoffs.