The Hockey Hall Of Fame today announced the newest members that will join as the Class of 2020, with two first-ballot inductees joining a trio of Canadian players who have long awaited their call to the Hall in Toronto.
Canadian forward Haley Irwin, a two-time Olympic and one-time World Championship Gold medal winner, today announced her retirement from the Canadian national team at age 31.
With only one game to go in the 2019-20 NWHL season, the Isobel Cup final between the defending champion Minnesota Whitecaps and the Boston Pride, the NWHL today announced the final will be cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian forward Bailey Bram, who saw her 13-year career take her from the NCAA to CWHL, Swedish league and top levels of international hockey, today announced her retirement from hockey at the age of 29.
The International Hockey Lineal Championship saw seven different champions hold the belt over the course of 21 games in 2019, including the end of the 2019 World Juniors and the start of the subsequent 2020 tournament.
Defender Courtney Birchard, who spent a decade anchoring the blueline of Team Canada, today announced her retirement from pro hockey, officially making the transition into coaching a full-time endeavour.
00:50 – 🇷🇺 PEN – Marchenko, tripping
05:45 – 🇷🇺 PEN – Galenyuk, boarding minor + 10 min. misconduct
07:25 – 🇸🇪 PP GOAL – Eriksson (Höglander, Pašić)
11:48 – 🇷🇺 PEN – Pustozerov, cross checking
19:17 – 🇷🇺 GOAL – Chinakhov (Nikolaev, Misyul)
19:30 – 🇸🇪 PEN – Åman, high sticking