After another tough loss to the Whale last weekend, the Metropolitan Riveters are looking to salvage their season as they host the Boston Pride for the first time this season. One of two wins this season have come against the Pride when the Riveters took a trip to Boston. It’s Katie Fitzgerald’s only win, but
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Following a disappointing opening weekend in Minnesota the Metropolitan Riveters are back in action tonight. They will visit the Boston Pride at 7:30, this marks the first game of the season for the Pride. The Riveters were shutout 4-0 and then defeated 3-1 by the Minnesota Whitecaps. Jenny Ryan scored the lone goal that weekend.
Last week, the 2018-2019 playing schedule for Metropolitan Riveters schedule was officially released, and season tickets are now on sale. I will not waste any time here. We are going to get right into the breakdown of the upcoming season. As usual, games are only on Saturday or Sunday. The Riveters schedule is very heavy
Another week has passed by in the NWHL offseason. We are now at the five-week mark of free agency and the Metro Riveters have seen six signings and three departures thus far. It has now come time for the offseason grades of all five teams at this point in the summer. The grading is at
As the off-season and the free agency of the NWHL continue, we are going to see some players hang up the skates. The first one announced this season just happened to be Metropolitan Riveters forward Harrison Browne. Browne is the first-ever openly transgender player in professional sports. He had originally retired after two seasons in
Overview Devils fans, the playoff push has gotten crazy. After a fantastic 2-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning last night, the Devils maintained their three-point edge over the Florida Panthers. But now it’s time to shift next door to the Barnabas Health Hockey House for today’s big game. The Metropolitan Riveters have reached the
Devils fans, it certainly has been a great season so far, as they are still in the playoff race. However, there is another local team ready to begin postseason play. That would be the Metropolitan Riveters of the NWHL. The National Women’s Hockey League as a whole is only three years old and the Riveters