Professional Women’s Hockey League announces general managers for original 6 teams

Professional Women’s Hockey League announces general managers for original 6 teams

The new Professional Women’s Hockey League has announced the six general managers tasked with building their team’s rosters ahead of the PWHL’s inaugural season set to begin in January 2024.
The American franchises will be led by Natalie Darwitz (Minnesota), Pascal Daoust (New York) and Danielle Marmer (Boston). The Canadian general managers are Gina Kingsbury (Toronto), Danièle Sauvageau (Montreal), and Michael Hirshfeld (Ottawa).
The Minnesota franchise has landed a local legend in Darwitz. An Eagan, Minn., native, Darwitz is a three-time Olympian and former Team USA captain. She has…


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