How the Women's Game Has Grown
Back in the early 1990’s, there weren’t many women playing hockey.
Hockey was seen as a “boys only” sport. If girls wanted to play hockey, they had to play with the boys as there were very few women’s hockey leagues at that point. In 1991, the first Women’s Hockey World Championship took place and women’s hockey skyrocketed.
The number of females enrolled in hockey across Canada was 85,000 in 2010, compared to just 8,000 in 1991!
The Effect of Good Team Culture
A team is defined as a group of people who come together to achieve a common goal. Teamwork truly does make the dream work. However, when working as a team, a positive culture must be created to be successful.
2018 CWHL Draft Grades
The ninth Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) Draft took place on Sunday, with 67 total prospects taken by the six teams.
Some teams, such as Montréal and Calgary, had a deep draft. Other teams didn’t.
Check out how each team fared as we approach another exciting season of professional women's hockey!
Table of Contents
Growth of the Women's Game
Good Team Culture
CWHL Draft Grades
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