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The Buffalo Beauts (9-4) , who ended Metropolitan's 11-game winning streak in the National Women's Hockey League on Feb. 3, will take on the Riveters (12-1-0) again at 3 p.m. this afternoon in Newark, N.J. It will be the first of two straight games between the rivals, who also will meet in Newark next Sunday afternoon. Buffalo defeated the Riveters to win the NWHL's Iso…

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Emily Regan watched the U.S. women's hockey team win the Olympic gold medal and she was nearly in tears of joy. Regan knows what this moment is all about, winning gold with the U.S. women's rowing team in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Against the backdrop of that experience, she watched fellow Western New Yorker, and fellow Nichols graduate, Emily Pfalzer get her turn at the g…

The Buffalo Beauts scored four goals, two by Maddie Elia, in the first period and went on to a 6-2 National Women's Hockey League victory over the Boston Pride at Warrior Rink in Boston. It was the seventh straight win for the second-place Beauts (9-4-0) who have not lost a game in more than two months. It was seventh loss in a row for Boston (2-7-4). Kristin Lewicki o…

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The Buffalo Beauts return from the National Women's Hockey League All-Star break with a game against the Boston Pride at 2:30 p.m. in Warrior Ice Arena. It's the first of four games on the road as the Beauts close out the regular season. Buffalo has won six straight and the defending Isobel Cup champions are in second place in the NWHL with 16 points (8-4-0). The Beauts…

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Hayley Scamurra of the Buffalo Beauts scored three goals and assisted on another to lead Team Ott over Team Leveille, 8-6, in the National Women's Hockey League All-Star game played at TRIA Rink, the Minnesota Wild's practice facility in St. Paul, Minn. Team Ott led 3-2 after the first of the two 25-minute periods with the first of Scamurra's three goals putting her tea…

The Buffalo Beauts put their five-game winning streak on the line Saturday in their home finale against the unbeaten Metropolitan Riveters. Puck drop is set for 1 p.m. at HarborCenter. The Beauts haven't lost since their last meeting with the Riveters on Dec. 10. They beat the Connecticut Whale three times and  the Boston Pride twice over their winning streak, which put…

Lisa Chesson scored the decisive goal on the 10th round of the shootout Saturday to give the Buffalo Beauts a 1-0 victory over the Boston Price at HarborCenter. It was Buffalo's fifth straight victory, the last two in a shootout, in the National Womens Hockey League. The Beauts twice took the lead in the shootout only to see a Boston shooter match it and send it on to a…

The Buffalo Beauts will play the Boston Pride at 1:30 p.m. at the HarborCenter Saturday in the second game of a three-game homestand. Buffalo, which upset Boston to win the Isobel Cup last season, has played the Pride three times this year. The Beauts have won two of the matchups, with both coming at home. Buffalo's Kourtney Kunichika is seventh in the league in scoring…

Hayley Scamurra scored the only goal in the shootout and Amanda Leveille stopped the next two Connecticut Whale shooters to give the Buffalo Beauts a 2-1 win in their National Women's Hockey League game Saturday afternoon at Harbor Center. Courtney Kunichka scored an even-strength goal for Buffalo at 12:14 of the second period with Maddie Elia and Corinne Buie assisting. …

Defender Lisa Chesson scored with 3:36 left in regulation Sunday to give the Buffalo Beauts a 4-3 victory over the Connecticut Whale in a National Women's Hockey League game at UMPC Lemieux Sports Complex in Pittsburgh. The victory, in the only NWHL game this week, strengthened Buffalo's hold on second place. The Beauts (5-4-0) have 10 points, four more than the Boston …

Kaylyn Schroka scored at 1:09 of overtime to give the Buffalo Beauts a 3-2 victory over the Boston Pride on Saturday afternoon at Harbor Center. The victory strengthened Buffalo's hold on second place in the National Women's Hockey League.  The Beauts (4-4-0) with eight points in the standings now lead third place Boston (2-4-2) by two points. First place Metropolitan R…

Williamsville native Hayley Scamurra and two other Buffalo Beauts were among the 12 forwards named to the National Women's Hockey League team that will face the U.S. Olympic women's hockey team in two exhibition games next month. The games will be played on Jan. 13 and 15 at the U.S. training complex in Wesley Chapel, Fla. Goalies and defenders will be announced Thursday. …

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A stalk of celery dipped into malaise is what 2017 Buffalo sports tasted like. The year was dominated by upheaval for the Bills and Sabres, with the biggest stories involving people being fired or traded. Record playoff slumps persist. The Bandits were terrible. The Bisons finished 21 games out of first place. None of the Big Four basketball programs made the NCAA To…

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When Jacquie Greco was growing up, she was like a lot of kids her age, watching the Buffalo Sabres and dreaming of one day playing for her hometown team. She won't be suiting up for the Sabres, but her hockey worlds came together on Thursday when Terry and Kim Pegula acquired the Buffalo Beauts of the National Women's Hockey League. "It's absolutely amazing," said Gr…