The Future of Women's Pro Hockey

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

It's been an up and down couple years for professional women's hockey. In 2019, the Canadian Women's Hockey League shut down citing an ,economically unsustainable, business model. But this past spring, the newly created Professional Women's Hockey Players Association Dream Gap Tour was televised on Sportsnet - and highlights were played during the NHL playoffs, reaching millions. Where is the women's pro game at today? The Agenda examines its future and the challenges that lie ahead.
Furthering Women's Hockey
Jun 08, 2021
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