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Ana Orzechowski scored the deciding goal in the shootout Saturday night to give the Buffalo Beauts a 6-5 victory over the Metropolitan Riveters at ProSkate in Monmouth Junction, N.J. Buffalo’s first victory since Nov. 30 ended the team’s eight-game losing streak in the National Women’s Hockey League. The Beauts are 7-11-1 for ths season and trail the Riveters (8-10-1). …

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Buffalo is back in action for the first time in a month as the Beauts will challenge the Metropolitan Riveters at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at ProSkate in Monmouth Junction, N.J. It will be Buffalo’s first regular season contest since Jan. 12. The team is currently on an eight-game losing streak. The Beauts (6-11-1) haven’t enjoyed a victory since Nov. 30, a 6-2 win agai…

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Beauts forward Taylor Accursi has scored a team-high 15 goals this season, and after each, she has made sure to celebrate. She’ll pump her arms, raise her skates and stick, hug her teammates and jump into the glass surrounding the rink in jubilation, firing up not only her teammates but those in attendance. The gestures have earned her the nickname "Celly Queen" arou…

Buffalo Beauts forward Brooke Stacey will be leaving the team after this weekend’s All-Star activities in Boston as she’s expecting her first child with partner Dylan Smith. Stacey, who has eight goals and eight assists in her rookie season with the Beauts and in the NWHL, will participate in the Skills Challenge Saturday and take part in the introductions at the All-St…

The Buffalo Beauts’ losing streak reached eight games on Sunday with a 7-1 loss to the Minnesota Whitecaps at Tria Rink in St. Paul, Minn. Although they were almost even with the Whitecaps in shots on goal, 31-29, the Beauts never led in the game. Jonna Curtis scored the first of her two goals in the game at 2:48 of the opening period and Sydney Baldwin made it 2-0 b…

Minnesota scored five even-strength goals in the third period, turning a one-goal game into an 8-2 rout by the Whitecaps over the Buffalo Beauts in their National Women’s Hockey League game on Saturday night at Tria Arena in St. Paul, Minn. It was the seventh straight loss for the Beauts, who have not won since a 6-2 win over the Connecticut Whale on Nov. 30. Buffalo…

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A familiar face will be back on the ice for the Beauts as they open a two-game series against the Minnesota Whitecaps. The team announced Friday evening that defenseman Sarah Casorso has signed a professional tryout contract with the team and will play against the Whitecaps. The series opens Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Tria Rink in St. Paul, Minn. Casorso had been a pa…

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Six Buffalo Beauts hockey players were selected for the 2020 NWHL All-Star game on Thursday. Forwards Taylor Accursi, Corinne Buie and Brooke Stacy, defenders Marie-Jo Pelletier and Lenka Curmova and goaltender Mariah Fujimagari will compete in the game, with some playing against each other, on Feb. 9 in Boston. Accursi, Pelletier and Fujimagari will play for Team De…

Unless they meet in the National Women's Hockey League playoffs, the Buffalo Beauts will not have to worry about facing the Boston Pride again this season. Boston overcame a 2-0 deficit in the first period and with the help of four power-play goals defeated the Beauts, 7-2, on Sunday afternoon at Northtown Center in Amherst. It was the seventh straight victory for th…

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A two-goal performance by Brooke Stacey was not enough to help boost the Beauts past the Metropolitan Riveters as Buffalo fell, 6-3, in a National Women’s Hockey League game Sunday at Northtown Center. Metropolitan (6-7) scored three power-play goals Sunday and finished off the weekend sweep. The Riveters won, 7-4, in the Buffalo Believes Classic on Saturday in the leag…

The Buffalo Beauts will play outdoors at RiverWorks this Saturday when they take on the Metropolitan Riveters at 7 p.m. It is the first National Women’s Hockey League outdoor regular season game in history. The Buffalo Believes Classic has tickets on sale for $15 with limited seating available. Once seating is full, standing room areas will open. “We’re proud and ho…

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It’s not quite as frustrating as Bills versus Patriots, but the Buffalo Beauts have developed their own Boston problem with the Pride of the National Women’s Hockey League. The Beauts dropped their fifth straight game this season to first-place Boston, with 4-2 loss on Sunday afternoon at Northtown Center in Amherst. Unlike Saturday’s 4-3 overtime loss to the Pride, …

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Jenna Rheault scored 2 minutes, 50 seconds into overtime Saturday to give the Boston Pride a come-from-behind victory, 4-3, over the Buffalo Beauts at Northtown Center in Amherst. It was the first goal of the season for Rheault, a rookie defender from the University of New Hampshire. The outcome kept first-place Boston undefeated with a 12-0-0 record in the National …

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Erin Gehen had two goals for Buffalo as the Beauts topped Connecticut, 6-2, on Saturday at the Danbury Ice Arena in Danbury, Conn. The first-year Beauts forward is up to four goals this season. Cassidy MacPherson, Kim Brown, Taylor Accursi and Corinne Buie also scored for Buffalo. Jane Morrisette and Kayla Meneghin scored for Connecticut. The Whale are still winless …