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PWHPA schedule for Tampa USPHL games released

6 games in 9 days

Katie Burt looks to make a save during a Dream Gap tour game in Hudson, NH on Oct. 06, 2019.
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Get your calendars out. The PWHPA’s schedule for their games against USPHL teams in Tampa, Florida is here!

The PWHPA’s 24-player team will play six games in nine days in Florida. Five of the games will be played against USPHL-NDCD teams and one is against a USPHL-Premier team.

  • Thursday, Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. ET vs. Tampa Bay Juniors
  • Friday, Jan. 8 at 10:40 a.m. ET vs. South Shore Kings
  • Saturday, Jan. 9 at 7:45 p.m. ET vs. Philadelphia Hockey Club
  • Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 9:10 a.m. ET vs. Junior Bruins
  • Thursday, Jan. 14 at 10:40 a.m. ET vs. Utica Jr Comets
  • Friday, Jan. 15 at 10:40 a.m. ET vs. Twin City Thunder

The games will all be streamed on the USPHL’s HockeyTV channel. A subscription of $30/month is required to catch the action. However, according to the HockeyTV schedule updated late Jan. 4, three of the games are listed as free.

The PWHPA team is made up of a mix of players from the New Hampshire and Minnesota hubs, with a nearly equal split between the two. They will be coached by Bill Flanagan, the coach and general manager of the New Hampshire hub. Flanagan is also an owner and coach of a USPHL team.

In addition to the games, the players are set to have on and off-ice training opportunities.

The players will be isolated at Saddlebrook Resort. According to the PWHPA in an email to The Ice Garden, all have to show a negative COVID-19 test when they arrive. If they show any symptoms, they will be tested. The USPHL has an isolation building at the resort for anyone showing symptoms or who may have been exposed. They will play and practice at AdventHealth Center Ice.

The PWHPA team is playing in a portion of the USPHL’s “Hub City Tampa” event. The USPHL describes itself as “a unique, tuition-free, Junior hockey division geared toward Division I collegiate development placement and beyond.”

Roster:

Forwards: Chelsey Goldberg (NH), Delaney Belinskas (NH), Nicole Schammel (MN), Hayley Scamurra (NH), Sydney Brodt (MN), Sophia Shaver (MN), Kelley Pannek (MN), Hannah Brandt (MN), Haley Skarupa (NH), Gigi Marvin (NH), Dani Cameranesi (MN), Brianna Decker (MN), Amanda Kessel (NH), Abby Roque (MN)
Defenders: Lillian Ribeirinha-Braga (NH), Codie Cross (NH), Jincy Dunne (NH), Lee Stecklein (MN), Savannah Harmon (MN), Megan Keller (NH), Kali Flanagan (NH)
Goaltenders: Katie Burt (NH), Brittany Ott (NH), Nicole Hensley (MN)

Editor’s Note: This post was updated to reflect new information on how to watch.