Founding 4 Podcast

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Summary

Forward Audra Richards joins the show to discuss her return to Minnesota, the highs and lows of her rookies season with the Metropolitan Riveters, and all the good food that can be found in the State of Hockey.

Show Notes

After scoring a team-leading eight goals in her rookie year for the Riveters, Audra Richards decided to return home and play for the Minnesota Whitecaps. The Founding 4 Podcast caught up with Richards back in August after she inked her new deal.

Richards talks about following in her father’s footsteps as a physical education teacher, being the youngest and arguably the most competitive member of her family, and how she and her team worked through adversity in the 2018-19 season.

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The Founding 4 Podcast is an independent, NWHL-centric women's ice hockey podcast hosted by Erica L. Ayala. The podcast lives on Transistor.fm and is part of the Sports Talk with Erica L. Ayala podcast network. Please like, share, subscribe, comment, and rate our show. That is how we get more eyes/ears on women in sports.

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Note: This episode was recorded in August 2019.

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What is Founding 4 Podcast?

The Founding 4 Podcast is an NWHL-centric women's hockey podcast hosted by Erica L. Ayala. Listen to players chat about the latest news, biggest games, and history of the women's pro league.

In 2015, the National Women’s Hockey League brought the first professional women’s hockey league to the United States. The NWHL started with four founding teams: Boston Pride, Connecticut Whale, Buffalo Beauts, and the New York Riveters.