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PWHL Full Schedule released!

PWHL’s Boston squad gets their first schedule!

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Yesterday, the PWHL announced it’s first home dates of the year.

Today? They released all the other ones.

The PWHL will have each team play 24 games (12 home, 12 away) starting on New Year’s Day in Toronto and ending on May 5th. Boston’s season as previously mentioned starts on January 3rd, and then ends against the Montreal [NAME HERE] on May 4th. Presumably there will be an impromptu Star Wars night.

Boston’s dates will be listed at the end of this article for those of you who don’t like the Tweeter.

You may have noticed that there’s a pretty big gap at the end of March and into the middle of April for games. This is for an international break for the IIHF World Women’s Championships; something that has been the highlight of the Women’s hockey season since well before the PWHL, the PHF, or the CWHL were thought of. That event will be held in Utica this year.


Boston’s PWHL team Home Schedule:

  • 1-4-24: vs. Minnesota at 7pm
  • 1-8-24: vs. Ottawa at 6pm
  • 1-20-24: vs. New York at 12:30pm
  • 1-27-24: vs. Minnesota at 4pm
  • 2-4-24: vs. Montreal at 3:30pm
  • 2-14-24: vs. Toronto at 7pm
  • 2-17-24: vs. New York at 4pm
  • 2-21-24: vs. Ottawa at 7pm
  • 3-10-24: vs. New York at 3:30pm
  • 3-16-24: vs. Ottawa, Time to be Determined
  • INTERNATIONAL BREAK
  • 4-18-24: vs. Toronto at 7pm
  • 5-4-24: vs. Montreal at 3:30pm

Boston PWHL team Away Schedule:

  • 1-13-24: in Montreal at 3:30pm
  • 1-17-24: in Toronto at 7pm
  • 1-24-24: in Ottawa at 7pm
  • 2-25-24: in Minnesota at 4pm
  • 3-2-24: in Montreal at 4pm
  • 3-6-24: in Toronto at 7pm
  • 3-13-24: in Minnesota at 8pm
  • 3-20-24: in Toronto at 7pm
  • 3-25-24: in New York at 7pm
  • INTERNATIONAL BREAK
  • 4-21-24: in New York, Time to be Determined
  • 4-24-24: in Ottawa, Time to be Determined
  • 4-27-24: in Minnesota, Time to be Determined

We’ll see you in Lowell for puck drop on the third.

Let’s go “Boston”!