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PHF ownership puts up $25M growth investment for next season

The Premier Hockey Federation (PHF), the league in which our Toronto Six play, announced yesterday morning that some major positive changes are coming: The PHF is excited to announce a commitment from the Board of Governors to invest over $25 million in direct payments to its players over the next three years, with a salary…

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PHF Weekend Review: Toronto dominating Buffalo at hockey in the PHF too

As the Toronto Six get back into action this weekend, it was a weekend full of goals and celebrations for Toronto. After some roster shakeups earlier in the week, and the weekend prior’s games being postponed, the Six had every excuse to be a little bit flat this weekend. They chose instead to dominate their…

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Toronto Six re-sign forward Natalie Marcuzzi for the remainder of Season 7

Today, the PHF’s Toronto Six announced that one of their forwards from Season 6, the NWHL bubble season, Natalie Marcuzzi: Guess who's back, back again 🎵 The Toronto Six are proud to announce the signing of forward Natalie Marcuzzi for the remainder of Season 7! 🤩 🔗 https://t.co/RYxbVGCPb7 pic.twitter.com/Bs0gQ6AbZF — Toronto Six (@TheTorontoSix) January 12,…

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Team Canada Women’s Team announced for the Olympics at Beijing 2022

Yesterday, the “Team Canada” Olympics Twitter page announced the 23 women who will represent the nation in Beijing. The women get ready to avenge their loss to the rival Americans, who they lost 3-2 against in the Gold medal game in the 2018 Winter Olympics, winning the Silver. The Canadians had been on a Gold-winning…

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Alex Kerfoot’s offense is something to behold this year

Tonight, since the Maple Leafs will take on the Colorado Avalanche, it feels prudent to take a deep dive into the former Avalanche, Alexander Kerfoot. We’re not here to rehash the debate on whether the trade that brought Kerfoot here was a good one. That’s a tired debate, a dead horse, and it hinges too…

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PHF Weekend Review: Double dominance by the Six over the Riveters

The Toronto Six were in desperate need of a response coming into this weekend. After getting blown out in their last game by the Boston Pride 8-2, the team was surely feeling that instinct professional athletes feel when they get knocked down: don’t stay down. This weekend’s pair of games were against the Metropolitan Riveters,…