Women's Hockey Life

n1ght1ngale:

Another article on Les Stars movie screening in Montreal. I thought it was a very good film. It could have easily been triple the length. There is so much to say about women’s hockey!

womenshockeyhistory:

10/8/99 - University of Wisconsin played its first women’s WCHA conference game against University of Minnesota-Duluth at the Kohl Center in Madison.  The Badgers lost to the Bulldogs 8-0 in front of 3,892 fans.

Ready for the Future

VIERUMÄKI, Finland – Two weeks of camps in Vierumäki are over. The recent 2014 IIHF Women’s High Performance Camp brought 16 of the top nations and their best female under-18 players together with the aim of increasing competitiveness and closing the gap between North America and the other countries from Europe and Asia. “The objective of the camp was to have girls under 18 of the countries that have qualified to be invited with the potential of competing in the Olympics in the future and to show them what it takes to be an elite athlete and what the surroundings are, and show the adults that we bring here to work as team staff what it takes and what the surroundings are. We had great staff and members here. We had an intense schedule but we achieved the goals we set,” said IIHF Sport Manager Aku Nieminen, who served as Camp Director…

Ready for the Future

VIERUMÄKI, Finland – Two weeks of camps in Vierumäki are over. The recent 2014 IIHF Women’s High Performance Camp brought 16 of the top nations and their best female under-18 players together with the aim of increasing competitiveness and closing the gap between North America and the other countries from Europe and Asia. 

“The objective of the camp was to have girls under 18 of the countries that have qualified to be invited with the potential of competing in the Olympics in the future and to show them what it takes to be an elite athlete and what the surroundings are, and show the adults that we bring here to work as team staff what it takes and what the surroundings are. We had great staff and members here. We had an intense schedule but we achieved the goals we set,” said IIHF Sport Manager Aku Nieminen, who served as Camp Director…

(Source: iihf.com)