Founding 4 Podcast

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Victoria Hanson gets the first NWHL shutout of the season, Taylor Accursi chats goalie celebrations, Sam WALLther weighs in on her nickname, Boston College WIH origin story, and much more!

Show Notes

What a week in the NWHL! We got two hat tricks, the first shutout of the season, and one solid comeback win! Erica breaks down last week, previews Week 7, and answers a few listener questions.

Also on this episode, Taylor Accursi (Buffalo Beauts) chats goal celebrations and Sam Walther (Metropolitan Riveters) discusses staying sharp after a long break.

Finally, bless all of you who got the HAIM reference in the title.

Stories mentioned on the show:
Lovisa Selander will suit up for Sweden
Emma Vlasic’s two-way game
Whale Watching with ELA
Boston College WIH origin story

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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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MUSIC:
"So Long Analog" by Noir Et Blanc Vie 

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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.