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On August 12, 2010, the CWHL announced that the city of Boston would receive an expansion team for the 2010–11 CWHL season. The unnamed team will practice at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington.[1]

OffseasonEdit

CWHL DraftEdit

The Boston club was able to protect some players from being selected from their roster in the 2010 CWHL Draft.

Protected playersEdit

Player2009-10 Team
Caitlin Cahow 2009–10 USA Hockey national women's team
Molly Engstrom 2009–10 USA Hockey national women's team
Brampton Thunder
Melissa Haber Boston University Terriers women's ice hockey
Cherie Hendrickson Burlington Barracudas
Kacey Bellamy 2009–10 USA Hockey national women's team

[3]

Regular seasonEdit

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October 30:Preparing to play the Burlington Barracudas at Whittemore Arena in New Hampshire

  • Dec 19: The Blades came from behind to defeat Montreal. In doing so, they broke up Montreal’s bid for an undefeated season. Boston goalie Mandy Cronin stopped 74 shots to lead Boston to victory. Montreal had an early 2-0 lead. In the 2nd period, Blades player Sam Faber scored on an assist by Jess Koizumi. In the third period, Koizumi would tie the game. With 3:24 to play in the game, Angela Ruggiero scored the game winning goal. She was assisted by Sam Faber and Haley Moore.[4]

ScheduleEdit

DateOpponent Score Record
October 30, 2010 Burlington 3-0 1-0-0
October 31, 2010 Burlington 6-0 2-0-0
November 20, 2010 Burlington 1-5 2-1-0
November 21, 2010 Toronto 4-2 3-1-0
November 27, 2010 Montreal 2-3 3-2-0
November 28, 2010 Montreal 2-4 3-3-0
December 4, 2010 Burlington 4-3 4-3-0
December 5, 2010 Burlington 1-2 4-4-0
December 11, 2010 Toronto 6-4 5-4-0
December 12, 2010 Toronto 4-3 6-4-0
December 18, 2010 Montreal 2-10 6-5-0
December 19, 2010 Montreal 3-2 7-5-0
January 8, 2011 Brampton 3-5 7-6-0
January 9, 2011 Toronto 4-9 7-7-0
January 15, 2011 Brampton
January 16, 2011 Brampton
January 22, 2011 Burlington
January 23, 2011 Brampton
January 29, 2011 Montreal
January 30, 2011 Montreal
February 5, 2011 Toronto
February 6, 2011 Toronto
February 12, 2011 Brampton
February 13, 2011 Brampton

ReferencesEdit


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