The Metropolitan Riveters are looking to win two straight against the Connecticut Whale after beating them last week in a shootout. This would be the first time they win consecutive games this season as they try to spark momentum and get back to a better spot in the standings.
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Earlier this month, the NWHL announced that it’s All-Star Game will take place on February 10, 2019, at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville following a Predators game. Free admission to the game will be included in Predators tickets purchased for that day. However, you can buy tickets for the event alone, or in a package with
It is game day for the Metropolitan Riveters, as they are set to host the Connecticut Whale for a second consecutive week. The most notable changes will be to the Riveters lineup. After missing last week’s game with an upper-body injury, Amanda Kessel will draw back into the lineup. She is a major asset to
The Metropolitan Riveters have been off to a very rough start, only winning one game so far this season, and getting swept for the season. After a two-week break due to the Four Nations tournament (where the Riveters sent only one player), the team was looking for a quick win against the Connecticut Whale, who
The NWHL hiatus is finally over and the Metropolitan Riveters are back in action today against the Connecticut Whale. The Whale come into today’s game as the only winless team in the league, while the Riveter’s last game was a win against the Boston Pride. They will be looking to improve upon that as they
The NWHL season is taking a pause for three weeks during the Four Nations Cup, in which a collection of players from both the NWHL and CWHL will participate. While this may halt momentum for teams doing well already, it couldn’t be better for the Metropolitan Riveters. Coming off of a three-loss, championship-winning season, the
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.
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The Metropolitan Riveters 2018-2019 roster is coming into fruition. Earlier this week, they re-signed three key defensemen in Courtney Burke, Jenny Ryan and Michelle Picard. These are three very significant signings if the Riveters want to position themselves for a repeat run. Let’s break each of them down individually. Courtney Burke, 23, led the league
The offseason is in full swing for the NWHL, and we are approaching that time where teams need to re-sign and (potentially) add some new players. For those that are unfamiliar, the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) is entering its fourth season. When it comes to the players, they can only be given one-year contracts