Live coverage begins with PWHL Boston and PWHL Toronto on February 14


TORONTO, ON (February 14, 2024) – The Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) today announced a partnership with the Women’s Sports Network (WSN) – the leading media company dedicated exclusively to women’s sports and the definitive home to women’s sports. Under the agreement, which includes extensive live game coverage of the PWHL throughout the regular and post-season, WSN becomes the PWHL’s first national media partner in the United States. WSN’s first live PWHL game premieres today, Wednesday, February 14, at 7:00 p.m. ET with a game between PWHL Boston and PWHL Toronto.


“The PWHL is young and vibrant, and our games feature world-class athletes with compelling stories to share. We know WSN will tell those stories exceptionally well,” said Amy Scheer, PWHL Senior VP of Business Operations. “This partnership will connect PWHL games and content with the ever-growing audience on WSN’s platforms, creating a true destination for outstanding coverage of our sport and our league.”


PWHL joins a roster of over 17 WSN league partners including the LPGA, NWSL, USGA, Big East Conference, US Ski & Snowboard Association, and World Surf League.


WSN President Carol Stiff said, “The work that the PWHL has done to elevate professional women’s hockey is incredible, and we’re looking forward to showcasing the highest level of women’s hockey in America on WSN beginning Valentine’s Day.”


The PWHL and WSN were connected by PWHL Advisory Board members Ilana Kloss and Billie Jean King.


Women’s Sports Network is the #1 women’s sports brand on connected television (CTV) and tier 1 streaming platforms, in addition to being #1 in monthly views on YouTube, making it the premier media brand in women’s sports after only its first year.  WSN is currently seen in over 100 million homes with distribution on Roku, Tubi, Amazon Freevee, Sling, Vizio WatchFree+, LG Channels on LG Smart TVs, Fubo, Plex, and XumoPlay. The Network is powered by FAST Studios, a multi-faceted premium content studio specializing in content creation, marketing, distribution, and monetization of free ad-supported streaming television channels.


A recent Wasserman study found that women’s sports comprise roughly half of the total competitions played across collegiate, professional, and national sports events, while receiving only 15% of the coverage.


WSN is addressing the gap in media coverage and finally changing that dynamic.


Founded by media and marketing entrepreneur, and Women’s Sports Network CEO Stuart McLean, WSN boasts a robust slate of programming supported by Emmy-winning producers.


By broadcasting 1,000 hours of live and original programming – including 150 episodes Its signature breakout studio show, “Game On,” the network offers viewers an immersive experience that goes beyond the game with in-depth analysis, exclusive interviews, and insights from influential leaders in women’s sports, all amplified by the authentic voices of female athletes.



Women’s Sports Network is the home for women’s sports.  A free, ad-supported, 24/7 streaming destination, Women’s Sports Network is available in over 100 million households across Roku, Tubi, Amazon Freevee, VIZIO WatchFree+, LG Channels on LG Smart TVs, Fubo, Plex, and XumoPlay. Launched by FAST Studios in 2022, Women’s Sports Network is the only destination where fans can see live games, news and exceptional stories across every women’s sport, including the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), U.S. Ski and Snowboard, World Surf League (WSL), and more – finally leveling the playing field for female athletes.

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The Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) is a professional ice hockey league in North America comprised of six teams in Boston, Minnesota, Montréal, New York, Ottawa, and Toronto, each with rosters featuring the best women’s hockey players in the world. Visit to purchase tickets and merchandise, and subscribe to the PWHL e-newsletter to receive the latest league updates. Follow the league on all social media platforms @thepwhlofficial plus all six team accounts @pwhl_boston, @pwhl_minnesota, @pwhl_montreal, @pwhl_newyork, @pwhl_ottawa, and @pwhl_toronto.