The Buffalo Beauts have signed forward Kim Brown, who caught the front office's attention during a free agent camp last weekend.
Brown, a Toronto native, had six goals and 16 points in her career at Brock University. She developed her game at the Toronto Leaside Wildcats.
“I couldn’t be more excited to be joining the Beauts and getting the chance to compete for the Isobel Cup,” Brown said in a news release. “I am really looking forward to getting to know the organization and finding my place. I am thankful for the opportunities hockey has given me and would like to help continue building the momentum the NWHL has gained since it was established.”
"Kim brings an advanced hockey IQ and a shot that will have opposition goalies on their toes,” Beauts head coach Pete Perram said in the release.