Beauts forward Taylor Accursi registered her 43rd career point to become the team's all-time leading scorer with a goal against Toronto on Saturday.
"The support and love I have been shown over the past few weeks, especially the past 24 hours, has been absolutely incredible and means the world to me," Ott said in a statement.
Scamurra, 26, will represent the United States and Buffalo at the IIHF Women's World Championship in Calgary beginning Friday.
The Beauts will play nine of their 10 home games at the Northtown Center, with the other set for outdoors in the Buffalo Beauts Classic on Feb. 21 at Buffalo RiverWorks.
Taylor Accursi, team captain and one of the leading career scorers in Buffalo Beauts history, will return to the National Women’s Hockey League team for the 2021-22 season.
The 4-foot-11 Pelletier, a Beauts alternate captain since her rookie season, has six goals, 18 assists and 24 points in 30 career regular season games.
The Beauts hold the top pick in each of the five rounds as the league’s six teams will select 30 players.
Lovisa Selander of the Boston Pride stopped 31 shots, shutting out the Buffalo Beauts 6-0 on Sunday to set up a third and deciding game of their best-of-three play-in series for a berth in the National Women's Hockey League Isobel Cup playoffs.
The Buffalo Beauts scored a 2-1 victory over the Boston Pride in the first game of their best-of-three series to play into the Isobel Cup playoffs.
The Metropolitan Riveters have withdrawn from the National Women's Hockey League season in Lake Placid after several members of the organizati…
You've just got to roll with it," Carly Jackson said. "Just keep rolling with the punches. I'm just having a blast right now."
The Buffalo Beauts and the NWHL’s five other teams will play their season across two weeks from Jan. 23 to Feb. 5.
Emily Matheson, Kimberly Sass, Jacquie Greco and Hayley Scamurra are among the 25 players at the New Hampshire training hub, while Olivia Zafuto is part of the Minnesota roster.
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The Buffalo Beauts resigned goalie Kelsey Neumann and forwards Kristin Lewicki and Emma Ruggiero.
Center Cassidy MacPherson has re-signed to return for her second season with the Buffalo Beauts, the team announced. MacPherson had five goals and seven assists and appeared in every game last season. She had five points (three goals, two assists) over five of the last six games. “The Beauts fans are truly the best and I’m excited to continue