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Riveters and Beauts Set to Make History in Buffalo

The Metropolitan Riveters will spend the weekend in Buffalo to not only have their first meeting of the season with the Beauts but to also make history while taking part in the first-ever outdoor NWHL game.  The Buffalo Believes Classic will be held Saturday, December 28 at 7 pm at RiverWorks rink in Buffalo. The

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Riveters Take Whitecaps to Shootout and Split Series

The Metropolitan Riveters made the trip to Minnesota for Girls’ Hockey Weekend and their two-game series with the Whitecaps. The team spent Friday and Saturday at the Girls’ Winter Classic, working with youth girls’ teams in clinics before taking the Whitecaps to a shootout Saturday evening and winning.  This is the second time these two

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Riveters Split Set In First Weekend Back

The Metropolitan Riveters got their first regulation win of the season on Sunday against the Connecticut Whale. But only after losing to the Boston Pride once again the night before.  Pride goalie – Lovisa Selander – now owns a 9-0 record after the team’s tenth straight win to start the season. Victoria Hanson got the

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Riveters Look to Give Pride Their First Loss, Sign Keys

The Metropolitan Riveters haven’t played a game since October 27th which featured a tough two-game sweep by the Boston Pride. On Saturday, they head back to Boston in an attempt to beat the Pride for the first time this season. The following day they will be in Connecticut for a game against the Whale who

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Undefeated Pride Team Hosts Riveters This Weekend

The Metropolitan Riveters are coming off of an exciting overtime win against the Minnesota Whitecaps who went on to lose two in a row to the Boston Pride, a team that has already beaten the Rivs once this season.  The Pride currently sits at 5-0, having beaten every team except the Connecticut Whale but considering

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Riveters Split Series With Whitecaps

On Saturday, the Metropolitan Riveters set out to spoil the championship banner raising by the Minnesota Whitecaps at their home opener just like they did to the Rivs a year ago. Their effort was failed, as they quickly fell into a hole and lost to the reigning champs, 9-2. However, the Metropolitan team bounced back

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