Boston's PWHL Team Officially sign 3 Players

In a significant development for Boston's professional women's hockey scene, Aerin Frankel, Hilary Knight, and Megan Keller have officially joined the PWHL (Professional Women's Hockey League).

Aerin Frankel, at the age of 24, brings an impressive record from the international stage. She showcased her goaltending prowess with a remarkable 5-1-0 record and a stellar .932 save percentage while representing Team USA at the 2023 IIHF World Championship.

Hilary Knight, often hailed as the greatest women's hockey player ever from the United States, adds her exceptional talents to the Boston roster. Knight, aged 34, left an indelible mark at the 2023 IIHF World Championship, tallying an impressive eight goals and 12 points in just seven games played.

Megan Keller, aged 27, strengthens Boston's defense with her top-tier skills. Keller, a key presence on the USA national team, contributed two goals and two points during the 2023 IIHF World Championship.

With Frankel guarding the net, Knight leading the offense, and Keller anchoring the defense, Boston boasts a formidable trio of talent. Their arrival promises to elevate Boston's position in the PWHL and further solidify the city as a hub for women's professional hockey.