The Wraparound: April 2

The NWHL has started announcing re-signed players, and an NCAA goalie pens an incredible look back

If you only read one thing...

Letters to #BobcatNation - Abbie Ives
I think after pregame meal I went out and got a giant smoothie from Smoothie King—just so I didn’t get hungry on the bench.


2020–21 NWHL Signing Tracker | The Ice Garden
Keep track of who signs ahead of season six of the NWHL

Metropolitan Riveters re-sign Kendall Cornine for 2020-21 NWHL season | The Ice Garden
She is the first player to sign for season six.

Colton Orr reflects on first year as coach for NWHL’s Connecticut Whale | The Ice Garden
Orr discussed coaching in the NWHL on TSN Radio this Tuesday

The Unofficial NWHL All-Rookie Team | The Ice Garden
Six standouts in their first year of NWHL play

Deering’s Jenna Rheault hopes rookie season will end with NWHL title |
Jenna Rheault is waiting to play the final game of her rookie campaign in the National Women’s Hockey League, but the 23-year-old defender from Deering and her Boston Pride teammates

Brand proves to be one of NWHL’s best players | Park Rapids Enterprise
In only her second season as a professional, McKenna Brand has proven to be one of the best players in the National Women’s Hockey League.

Minnesota Whitecaps a force to be reckoned with in 2019-20 | Hockey Wilderness
Madison Packer with essentially a Players Scouting Report on an opposing team.


Former Utica College star Myers, New Hartford’s Zalewski help grow game | Uticaod - Utica, NY
The special moments with young fans and the opportunity to play with some of the best players in the world are among the things that stand out for Megan Myers and Annika Zalewski.Myers — an All-American selection at Utica College — and Zalewski — the former New Hartford High School player who starred at Colgate — are among nearly 200 players that have united to form the Professional Women’s Hockey Players’ Association (PWHPA).

Interview with Anissa Gamble: Hockey + Type 1 Diabetes | Hockey in Society
For those on the front lines of Covid-19, life in recent weeks has inevitably been put into overdrive in the worst possible way. For others, the pandemic has forced many of us to slow down and assess the state of work, life, and play. The “stick to sports” media doesn’t really know what to do…


Clarkson’s Élizabeth Giguère named 2020 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner | The Ice Garden
Giguère is the second-straight Golden Knight to win the Patty Kaz

The loss of a possible national title, two iconic NU leaders | The Huntington News
Today should have been special. In fact, every single day of the past two weeks should have been life changing for the Northeastern women’s hockey team. In the end it was, but for the wrong reason. Today could have been a day of celebration for a recently crowned national champion. Instead, the days and weekends...


SDHL Summary 19/20: Head coach Mikael Forsberg, Luleå / MSSK |
It’s time to close the 2019/20 season, but before we do that, we’ll do a summary of each team’s performance this season and have also asked five questions to the head coach. Next in line is Luleå / MSSK.


NHL players voted Marie-Philip Poulin the best female player in the world | The Ice Garden
The annual NHLPA poll results also included Team USA’s Hilary Knight and Kendall Coyne Schofield as runners-up.

Video: Poulin, Knight react to close NHLPA Poll vote for best female player | TSN
In the latest NHLPA Player Poll, Marie-Philip Poulin was voted the best female hockey player in the world with Hilary Knight finishing right behind her. Tessa Bonhomme chats with the pair about the neck-and-neck vote, and much more.

So there’s that added detail in there too...

Swedish women’s hockey All-Star Team - fourth female | Hockeysverige
How do you designate the All-Star Team of the time in Swedish women’s hockey? Of course, by asking the players themselves what they think. has allowed close to one hundred women players to vote on which players have been the best throughout Swedish women’s hockey history. That has resulted in four All-Star Teams. Today we start with the fourth female.

Swedish Women’s Hockey All-Star Team - Third Five
Today we have reached the third party.