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  • #46
    Originally posted by Lindsay View Post
    Final is 3-1 (eng) adidas over women’s sports foundation. Brodt and Pannek with the final goals.

    Pannek star of the game with 1 goal and 2 assists.
    Pannek was recently named co-head coach at Benilde-St. Margaret's high. Previously she was an assistant.
    Minnesota Golden Gopher Hockey

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    • #47
      Originally posted by D2D View Post
      Pannek was recently named co-head coach at Benilde-St. Margaret's high. Previously she was an assistant.
      Oh that’s cool. Lucky high school students. I saw yesterday that Nicole Hensley and Sydney Brodt are assistants at MoundsView, which I gather is another Minneapolis area high school with girls hockey.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Lindsay View Post
        I saw yesterday that Nicole Hensley and Sydney Brodt are assistants at MoundsView, which I gather is another Minneapolis area high school with girls hockey.
        Correct. I would guess that Penn State alum Bella Sutton would be the most famous Mounds View product on this forum.

        "... And lose, and start again at your beginnings
        And never breathe a word about your loss;" -- Rudyard Kipling

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        • #49
          Team adidas (Minnesota) won 4-2 last night, finishing 5-1 in the US Secret Dream Gap Tour.

          Abby Roque led all skaters with 11 points in the tour. Surprisingly Hannah Brandt had just 1 point in 6 games, on the loaded Minnesota roster. For Women’s Sports Foundation (New Hampshire) Decker led the team with 8 points.

          Hensley led all goalies in save percentage and GAA.

          Mike Murphy compiled the spreadsheet below which lists all sorts of statistics from the tour for skaters and goalies. If you are interested in women’s hockey stats he also has a website called theirhockeycounts.com , worth checking out.

          https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...6fZZbV0V_BVDzw

          May 24 the tour resumes in Canada.

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          • #50
            Kacey Bellamy retiring from U.S. women's hockey team

            https://www.espn.com/olympics/story/...-championships

            "As a professional athlete, as a professional female athlete, your priorities change. I was ready to move on to the next chapter of my life."
            Minnesota Golden Gopher Hockey

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            • #51
              Originally posted by D2D View Post
              Kacey Bellamy retiring from U.S. women's hockey team

              https://www.espn.com/olympics/story/...-championships

              "As a professional athlete, as a professional female athlete, your priorities change. I was ready to move on to the next chapter of my life."

              She seems like such a good human. The pandemic cost her 2 world championships, yet she talks about how her time in Calgary extended her career, and talks about wanting to make space on the national team for young players, and focused on the positive of increased media attention around women’s hockey. Inspiring.

              A real changing of the guard for USA - at the national team level Knight is the only one left born in the 80’s. Knight and Bellamy made their debuts with the 2006(!) 4 Nations Cup, incredible. Lams and Marvin were also on that roster. How much of the decade plus dominance is attributable to this crowd?

              I started watching women’s hockey in earnest with the 2017 women’s worlds. At the time, I thought it was so storybook that Knight scored in OT in the gold medal winning game, on an assist from Coyne. What I did not realize until recently was that the other 2 US goals in that game were scored by Kacey Bellamy, and she was named the player of the game. Her impact at the 2018 Olympics is also undeniable where she played huge minutes throughout.

              Best of luck to her in whatever is next, and I look forward to reading all that is
              written about her in the coming days.

              Last edited by Lindsay; 05-19-2021, 09:07 AM.

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              • #52
                https://nhl.nbcsports.com/2021/05/18...mpression=true

                More on Bellamy

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                • #53
                  Meghan Duggan joins the Hockey Operations department of the New Jersey Devils as a Manager of Player Development.

                  https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/...r-development?
                  Scott Henkle
                  SUNY Plattsburgh Class of 2012

                  Proud alumn of WQKE


                  GO CARDS!!

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                  • #54
                    Center Cassidy Vinkle (Clarkson '19), who previously was part of the PWPHA has signed with the Buffalo Beauts of the NWHL. Vinkle is the second Beaut to sign after the team re-signed defender and alternate captain Marie-Jo Pelletier to return for a third season last week.

                    https://beauts.nwhl.zone/news/beauts...cassidy-vinkle


                    The only other player I've seen that has put pen to paper for 21-22 is Toronto Six captain Shiann Darkangelo who re-signed with the club today.
                    Scott Henkle
                    SUNY Plattsburgh Class of 2012

                    Proud alumn of WQKE


                    GO CARDS!!

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                    • #55
                      Sammy Kolowrat (also seen her named as Sammy Kolowratova), the former UVM captain, will not return to the NWHL and has instead signed with Bryn?s IF of the SDHL in Sweden. She played 3 games in the short 2020 NWHL season.
                      Scott Henkle
                      SUNY Plattsburgh Class of 2012

                      Proud alumn of WQKE


                      GO CARDS!!

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Lindsay
                        Oh that’s cool. Lucky high school students. I saw yesterday that Nicole Hensley and Sydney Brodt are assistants at MoundsView, which I gather is another Minneapolis area high school with girls hockey.
                        Originally posted by ARM View Post
                        Correct. I would guess that Penn State alum Bella Sutton would be the most famous Mounds View product on this forum.
                        Buckeye Alums Lindsey Ogren & Jeanne Chappell are both proud Mustangs as well.

                        Lindsey arrived in Columbus in 1999-2000 as part of OSU's Inaugural Varsity Class. Jeanne arrived a year later in 2000-2001. Fine players & fine people in both cases.

                        As for location, Mounds View High School is located in North Suburban Ramsey County; specifically Arden Hills. Most would consider that area to be part of St. Paul.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by pgb-ohio View Post
                          As for location, Mounds View High School is located in North Suburban Ramsey County; specifically Arden Hills. Most would consider that area to be part of St. Paul.
                          Waaaay back when I was in high school Mounds View was known as the "Hospital on the Hill". <wink>
                          Minnesota Golden Gopher Hockey

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                          • #58
                            https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/arti...mpression=true

                            Canadian Secret Dream Gap tour starts tomorrow at 5 eastern on SN Now. Hopefully it streams to the US as well.



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                            • #59
                              https://victorypress.org/2021/05/24/...mpression=true

                              Preview from Kirsten Whelan at the Victory Press. Games stream free in the US on Sportsnet.ca Loaded lineups... some players haven’t been on the ice in months so one expects the national team players who went to camps to carry the play more than usual. This should be fun though, games every day for a week.

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                              • #60
                                Sportsnet wasn't working for me but I found a stream here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GLP3UbZDOE

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