PWHPA League
Luiza Vidal, Editor - Apr 17, 2022

Mondays are for coffee, being late for work and women’s hockey news. Anyone who’s an avid WoHo follower knows that you have to expect the unexpected – and it’s almost always on Mondays. This can be stressful because not every women’s hockey news is a good or pleasant one. But if you missed the past […]

NWHL Rebrand
Luiza Vidal, Editor - Sep 7, 2021

The National Women’s Hockey League has announced it will now be called Premier Hockey Federation starting in its seventh season. The organization has also changed its logo and slogan as part of the NWHL rebrand. Created in 2015. Reborn in 2021. We are the Premier Hockey Federation đź‘‘ — PHF (@NWHL) September 7, 2021 […]

Mikyla Grant-Mentis

The NWHL announced that Toronto Six forward Mikyla Grant-Mentis is this year’s league MVP. She is the first black player to win the most valuable player award in the league’s short history. Grant-Mentis also won the Newcomer of the year award. Mikyla Grant-Mentis is your @Discover 2021 Season MVP! 🏆 đź“ş: — NWHL […]

2020-21 NWHL Season; Mikyla Grant-Mentis
Travis McGrath - Mar 18, 2021

Mikyla Grant-Menis, since her NWHL debut last season, has made an impact on the league. This season the 22-year-old leads the league among goals scored and, she shares a tie for most points. Grant-Mentis may be the next NWHL superstar, as she has shown the capability of adjusting to any style of play while on […]

Brent Seabrook
Noah Foster, Editor - Mar 12, 2021

LWOS writers Logan Rosengard and Noah Foster, along with good friend Raffi Sarrafian, discuss news, updates, and more surrounding the most entertaining league in North America, the NHL! We post shows every Friday at noon CST, anywhere you get your podcasts. Make sure to follow us on Instagram, @pucktalklivepodcast. Today they discuss Brent Seabrook and […]

Jake Rivard - Mar 8, 2021

Today, the NWHL announced a return to their season after a temporary suspension due to COVID-19 outbreaks. In a statement by the NWHL, Commissioner Tyler Tumminia revealed the Isobel Cup playoff schedule. Originally scheduled in February, the Isobel Cup playoffs are slated to return March 26th with improved health and safety protocols. The completion of […]

NWHL Bubble
Jim Biringer - Feb 7, 2021

A new NHL season means The Last Word on Hockey Show is back on the MAD Radio Network. Your host  Jim Biringer from is back for a special edition of the show. He is joined by Justin Levine and Armand Klisivitch of The Puck Authority. They talk about the major women’s hockey news involving the ending […]

Jim Biringer - Feb 3, 2021

The National Women’s Hockey League has announced it will be suspending their 2020-21 season in Lake Placid due to COVID-19. The NWHL and the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) have agreed, due to new positive COVID-19 tests and the resulting safety concerns for the players, their respective staff & the community that the remainder of […]

Connecticut Whale
Noah Foster, Editor - Feb 1, 2021

The Connecticut Whale withdraw from the tournament in Lake Placid – the second team to drop out. As a result, the Buffalo Beauts and Boston Pride will be fighting for the third and fourth seeds tonight. The NWHL sent an email saying they have accepted the Whale’s decision to withdraw. The Whale were 2-2-0 before […]

NWHL Toronto Six
Jim Biringer - Jan 29, 2021

Through four games of the 2020-21 NWHL season inside the Lake Placid, the Toronto Six have been in every game they have played in. While the results were not there early on, the new team in the NWHL the Toronto Six are showing why that hard work will pay off for them in the long […]

NWHL Metropolitan Riveters
Logan Rosengard - Jan 28, 2021

The NWHL’s Metropolitan Riveters announced that they will not be participating in the rest of the NWHL season due to concerns surrounding COVID. This announcement comes after the team has gone 2-1 through their first three games on the season. The Metropolitan Riveters are pulling out of the @NWHL Lake Placid tournament due to “health […]

Rob Brent - Dec 23, 2020

The National Women’s Hockey League recently announced that their upcoming season would feature an all female officiating staff. The league came to this decision and selected the officials with the help of USA hockey. The NWHL All-Female officiating staff will take the ice when the league restarts in January. With the help and guidance from […]

NHL rumours

We’re in the middle of summer, but we still have plenty of NHL rumours to check out. Teams are trying to figure out their salary cap situations and see what they can get at a discount. Today we examine rumours surrounding the Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Canadiens, the 2020 free agency class and women’s hockey.  All […]

Rob Brent - Jun 1, 2019

In a statement posted on Thursday, May 30th the National Women’s Hockey League cancelled its planned Canadian expansion. The NWHL proposed adding teams in Toronto and Montreal after the Canadian Women’s Hockey League folded on May 1st. Along with putting its plans for expansion on hold, the NWHL expressed that they would be “ecstatic to […]

Women's Professional Hockey players Hilary Knight and Kendall Coyne.
Armand Klisivitch - May 2, 2019

In a shared statement from various NWHL players, over 200 women are willing to boycott women’s professional hockey in North America. The players currently are paid less than $3,000 annually. They also have to pay for their own health care. Those are the two main changes that they are asking for. Some of the key […]

When news broke that the CWHL folded, it’s safe to say a lot of hearts were broken. Women’s professional hockey is a precious thing, despite what some people might think. Although people only see the negative right now, there’s always a silver lining to every situation. CWHL ‘Folding’ Might Be A Bad Thing, But It Could Open New […]

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Josh Young - Apr 17, 2022

Welcome to a Pacific Divison edition of NHL Rumours. Today we look at options for the new coach of the Vegas Golden Knights. We also touch on if Filip Forsberg will be a good fit for the Los Angeles Kings. And we explore the Seattle Kraken’s plans for free agency. Let’s dive in! NHL Rumours […]

John Hynes extension
Matthew Mountjoy - Apr 17, 2022

The Nashville Predators and head coach John Hynes have reportedly agreed to a multi-year contract extension, according to multiple sources. Hynes’ previous contract expires this year. John Hynes’ expiring contract includes a one-year team option, but I am hearing that the Predators have signed Hynes to a new multi-year contract. — Adam Vingan (@AdamVingan) May […]

Mark Stone surgery
Taylor Newby - Apr 17, 2022

The Vegas Golden Knights announced that captain, Mark Stone, is set to have back surgery Thursday morning. It is no secret that the Golden Knights were plagued with injuries this season. That is one of the many reasons the team missed the playoffs for the first time since the franchise entered the National Hockey League […]

Rob Blake Extended
Tommy Bennett - Apr 17, 2022

Rob Blake will remain in Los Angeles as general manager. With his contract set to expire on June 30, ownership and Blake has come to an agreement that will keep the Hall of Famer as the manager for the next three years. The contract is a done deal, but will not be announced for another […]

Jiri Kulich
Kyle Pereira - Apr 17, 2022

Czechia has churned out some incredible talent in recent years. David Pastrnak, Tomas Hertl, Ondrej Palat and so many more talented NHLers have come out of Czechia to have tons of success, not to mention some legends of the past. Those legends include Jaromir Jagr! It’s no surprise to see that there are several more […]

Edmonton Oilers vs Calgary Flames
Alex Metzger, Editor - Apr 17, 2022

Welcome back to NHL Predictions! Each day, Last Word on Hockey takes a look at every game going on. We analyze them and give our predictions for each game, showing what to expect. Yesterday, the NHL Playoffs kicked off round two and we have another pair of Game 1’s today. Our featured game of the […]

Nikita Kucherov
Alex Metzger, Editor - Apr 17, 2022

The Tampa Bay Lightning took a 1-0 series lead over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night. This came just three days after they eliminated the Toronto Maple Leafs in a gruelling seven-game series. With no Brayden Point, some thought the Panthers’ offence may be too much to handle for a possibly worn-out Lightning team. However, […]

Frank Nazar Scouting Report
Ben Kerr - Apr 17, 2022

Welcome back to Top Shelf Prospects, the daily column that brings you the next crop of professional hockey players. Each day I will bring you a new player profile or topical article in the lead-up to the 2022 NHL Draft. Be sure to bookmark the site, follow me on Twitter, and spread the word for […]