Central Collegiate Institute women’s hockey team, Calgary, Alberta ca. 1915.
Photo: Glenbow Museum
Ten members of the 1998 US Olympic women’s hockey team took a vacation trip to Hawaii the week after winning the gold medal in Nagano.
Pictured Sara DeCosta, Sandra Whyte and Jenny Schmidgall (L to R)
Photo: George F. Lee, Honolulu Star-Bulletin Source: X
SUNY Potsdam women’s hockey team from the late 1920’s.
In 2013, there were five women’s hockey teams in Leh, India.
Photo: Alexander Harney Source: X
Prince Albert Tumblers (Saskatchewan) circa 1907
Saturday Evening Post covers from the 1920’s featuring women ice hockey players.
Angela James won four gold medals with Team Canada at the 1990, 1992, 1994, and 1997 World Championships. She was among the first class of women inducted into both the IIHF Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame.
A look back at the beginnings of the Rossland women’s hockey team in British Columbia, and their domination of the sport in the early 1900’s.
Kim St-Pierre and Sami Jo Small from the 2000 Women’s World Hockey Championship.
Photo source: X
"There are some young women, however, who give little heed to social or any other kind of grace when on the ice. These are the hockey players."
Collection of women's ice hockey miscellanea
Paper Stacks, a collaboration by FiftyThree and ALLDAYEVERYDAY.