Hockey Girls, which was a YouTube channel created by the NHL’s Girls’ National Hockey League in 2012, is the NHL Network’s official official site for the game.
Hockey Girls is the official site of the NHL Girls’ national junior team, and it offers all of the scores for every game from the 2017-18 season.
The website provides NHL scores for each team, as well as all the player statistics, stats, and highlights.
When we spoke to Hockey Girls about its new program, we were also given a list of all the team’s players.
Here’s the full list of players who have been named Hockey Girls Hockey Girls League players, along with their scores and stats.
The following players have been added to Hockey Girl Hockey Girls league.
Brent Burns, RW, St. John’s IceCaps, WHL A former top-six scorer in his draft year and a three-time Norris Trophy finalist, Burns has one of the best individual records in the league.
He has recorded 15 goals and 26 assists in 49 games this season, good for a +21 rating.
He also leads the league in points per game with 15.2, good enough for third place in the NHL behind only Boston Bruins’ Tuukka Rask and Edmonton Oilers’ Connor McDavid.
A left-handed shooting defenseman who is on pace to shatter the record for most points by a St. Louis Blues defenseman, Burns will compete for a Calder Trophy this season.
The last of the Blues’ five former Calder Trophy winners to be named Hockey Girl League players is Kevin Shattenkirk, who has a record of 25-22-5.
With seven goals and nine assists in his last six games, Shattenkski’s 10 goals and 10 assists in 34 games in the 2018-19 season are his best numbers in the AHL.
In his career, Shattnik has recorded 11 goals and 11 assists in 63 games, good numbers for third on the Blues in the Calder Trophy race.
Ryan Reaves, LW, Detroit Red Wings, WALD Reaves has been a strong-shot, low-risk forward in the WHL this season and was a Calder Finalist last year.
Despite being a rookie, Reaves has amassed 17 goals and 15 assists in 37 games for the WL Red Wings.
His +11 rating in the playoffs is his second-best mark in the CHL this season behind fellow rookie Adam Henrique, who also has a +11.
Reades has also led the WLA in points in each of the last two seasons.
Cody McLeod, C, Calgary Flames, WAC McLeod leads the WAC with 12 points (five goals, eight assists) in 17 games this year.
He’s a +9 in 20 career playoff games.
McKenzie Dern, D, Edmonton Oilers, WSH Dern leads the Edmonton Oilers with 10 points (four goals, five assists) and has seven points (two goals, four assists) through eight games this postseason.
Dersheeth Young, LW/C, Calgary Hitmen, WPG Young leads the Calgary Hitins with nine points (three goals, three assists) this postseason and has 10 points in 13 games this series.
Young has five goals and seven assists through nine games.