A bit about our Penalty Box: This is where we get to use our whistles to signal overt sexism, unfairness and backward thinking in the female hockey community. Any person or organization who commits an offense will be called out—discreetly with names withheld if necessary—and placed in our virtual penalty box. Delayed penalties apply too. [...]

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We had an awesome time at this years Ignite the Ice! Thanks to everyone who helped us out! Here are some pictures from the weekend!    

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The Lakeshore Lightning with the Spring/Summer ’09 issue of Ice that they were featured in!   Ice readers share their most favorite and memorable hockey stories! What is your favorite hockey memory? Share them with us in the comments section below! Goalie Sister I have tons of great hockey memories, but I will always remember when [...]

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Hockey Fights MS Tournament Staff (Left to Right): Kris Maguire, Cathy Moeller, Candice Arnold and Darryl Arnold. Hockey Fights MS is a unique charitable organization whose mission is to raise money for research into the cause, cure and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). The inspiration to form this organization came as a response to my own diagnosis in August [...]

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You may not even know how unbalanced you actually are. Just because you don’t totter on your skates anymore doesn’t mean that you’re balanced. Making sure that certain muscles don’t overwhelm others is key to muscle balance, which can reduce your risk of injury. Studies of Canadian female players have shown that the overall rate of injury is lower than [...]

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The Case for the Custom Fit The smallest, most controversial and least understood piece of hockey equipment is the mouthguard. Virtually every dental professional agrees that mouthguards are essential for athletes who participate in aggressive sports for preventing serious mouth injuries. Moreover, there’s growing evidence that a wellfitted, custom mouthguard can help prevent concussions and jaw injuries. So, why don’t players, [...]

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Like it or not, girls have the unfortunate reputation of being mean to other girls and sometimes, well, it’s quite deserved. As in the popular movie Mean Girls, we’ve all seen the same kind of nasty behavior in real life—hopefully, not from ourselves. The need for tolerance of diversity is especially important in the female hockey community, and the [...]

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 There are a few different ways of watching the game—whether live or on TV—and if you want to get to (and excel at) the next level, there is a better way to watch. Here are the three most common ways of watching hockey: 1. Just follow the play:  That’s what most of us do. We just follow [...]

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