Tag: Metropolitan Riveters

[NWHL, CWHL, SDHL] The Champions Cup the Fans Really Want

Earlier this week, the NWHL and SDHL announced a breaking new international fixture that will feature the winners of their respective leagues going head to head against each other in a best of three series, dubbed the Champions Cup. This will take place in September in Sweden between the Metropolitan Riviters and Luleå HF (more info on Luala can be found here). However it is not quite the sort of Champions Cup that most fans were hoping for.

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The Champions Cup: All You Need to Know About The Rivs’ Opponents

The NWHL and SDHL recently announced that in September the two champions of their respective leagues, the Metrolpolitan Riveters and Luala, would face off against each other in a three-game series to compete for the Champions Cup.

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NWHL: Is This The Metropolitan Riveters’ Year?

The Metropolitan Riveters have gone through a complete rebrand due to a first of its kind partnership with the New Jersey Devils. However, it seems that it’s not only their off-ice product that is seeing major improvements. For the first time in franchise history they have opened the season with three wins in a row, matching the Franchises longest winning streak. Could this finally be their year to lift the Isobel Trophy?

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11th November NWHL Roundup – Rivs Roll On

After seeing off Buffalo, 6-2 in Rochester last week, the Metropolitan Riveters looked to complete the sweep of the other three teams this weekend. Meanwhile Boston were still searching for their first win of the year to avoid dropping three games in a row, something that has never happened in franchise history.

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28th October NWHL Roundup – Season Opener and Records o’ Plenty

NWHL hockey is back, and back with a bang as over 2,000 fans were in attendance (a NWHL record) to watch the newly named Metropolitan Riveters take on the Boston Pride in the first ever NWHL game to be held in an NHL arena. Meanwhile, the defending champions, the Buffalo Beauts, traveled to the Connecticut Whale’s new home in Stamford to start their campaign.

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NWHL 2017/18 Season Preview

It’s now just one day until the NWHL takes to the ice for the much anticipated Season 3. Plenty has changed since the 19th March when the Beauts defeated the Pride against all odds to claim their first Isobel Cup. Here is my very own Season Preview so you’re ready when the puck drops tomorrow:

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