Presented by AIRSUPRA® (albuterol/budesonide) Inhalation Aerosol


Monthly honor includes three forwards, two defenders, and one goaltender.


TORONTO, ON (MARCH 8, 2024)—The Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) today announced the inaugural edition of the SupraStars of the Month, presented by AIRSUPRA® (albuterol/budesonide) Inhalation Aerosol. The award will recognize three forwards, two defenders, and one goaltender at the conclusion of each month, determined as the players who most excelled on ice throughout the PWHL. Forwards are selected regardless of position.


The SupraStars of the Month, presented by AIRSUPRA, for the month of February have been recognized as: New York forward Alex Carpenter; Toronto forward Emma Maltais; Toronto forward Natalie Spooner; Boston defender Megan Keller; Ottawa defender Aneta Tejralová; Toronto goaltender Kristen Campbell.



Carpenter was the co-leader in points for the month of February, with seven in five games played.  The 29-year-old had five goals and two assists and recorded at least one point in each of her games played in February. Her stellar play was highlighted on February 4 in Ottawa when the forward provided the game-tying goal late in the third period then added the overtime winner in a 4-3 win for her team. Then, on February 21 against Montréal, Carpenter once again came up clutch when she provided both goals for New York—one on the powerplay and one shorthanded— along with the shootout winner, in a 3-2 victory. In addition to averaging 1.4 points-per-game in February, the center won 65.22% of her draws and added 19 shots.



Maltais had seven points in five games in February, tied for the most in the PWHL during that time period, and had a plus-minus rating of +5. With one goal and six assists, Maltais more than tripled her season point output in February, which contributed to Toronto’s undefeated record (4-1-0-0) in the month. The 24-year-old had points in four of five games played, including a three-assist game in a 5-3 win against Boston on February 14. Maltais’ strong month boosted her to second in team scoring and top ten in the PWHL.



Spooner was a key figure in Toronto’s undefeated month, putting up six points—which included five goals—propelling her to first in the PWHL in goals. The 33-year-old kicked off the month with a three-point night in a 4-1 win against Minnesota on February 3, with two goals and one assist, including a powerplay tally. She followed up that performance by recording her first hat trick of the season in a 5-3 road win against Boston while accounting for seven of her team’s 18 shots in the game. In February, Spooner had 24 shots on goal, averaged 1.2 points-per-game, and remained first on her team in scoring.



Keller made an impact on both ends of the ice in February— the defender had six points in six games in the month and was a team-best +4. She also averaged a team-high 24:14 time-on-ice, recorded points in four of six games played and added 14 shots on goal. With a goal and five assists, Keller rocketed to the top of the scoring race among all PWHL defenders and moved into a tie with teammate Alina Müller for the team lead. Her strong month included a four-game point streak, which included two multi-assist games.



Tejralová had a breakout month in February. She recorded her first PWHL point on February 4—a goal at home against New York— which sparked the 28-year-old’s offensive output for the remainder of the month. Tejralová had points in five of seven games in February, one goal and four assists, and had a three-game assist streak from February 19-24. The Czechia-born defender was a +5 in February and was tied for second in league-wide defender scoring for the month.



Campbell started—and won—all five games of Toronto’s games in February. The native of Brandon, Manitoba played the most minutes of any goaltender in the PWHL in the month and secured 13 out of 15 possible points for her team. Her play was highlighted at the Battle on Bay Street game on February 16 when the 26-year-old put up her second shutout of the season in front of 19,285 fans in a 3-0 win against Montréal—she also added an assist in the game, her first PWHL point. Campbell had a .946 save percentage and a 1.55 goals-against-average in February, helping her team move comfortably into a playoff position by month’s end.


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