NWHL & Twitter “Game of the Week” global live streams return for 2018-19 season

Oct. 3
, 2018 – Twitter and the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL) today announced a partnership to live stream games for the second consecutive season.


The “Twitter NWHL Game of the Week” will feature 16 regular season games, the 2019 NWHL All-Star Game and the Isobel Cup Playoffs. The games are produced by the NWHL and the streams are exclusive to Twitter in the live windows.


The global live stream will be available for free to logged-in and logged-out users on Twitter and connected devices. Fans will be able to access the live stream via @NWHL.


"We are excited for the return of live NWHL games this season to Twitter," said TJ Adeshola, Head of US Sports League Partnerships at Twitter. "Passionate hockey fans around the globe will continue to be able to view live exciting game action along with the robust conversation all in one place on Twitter."


As part of the agreement, Twitter and the NWHL will collaborate on marketing and promotion of the league and broadcasts. The live stream on Twitter will also include advertising packages with TV-style ad spots.


“Twitter has been an invaluable partner to us, and we’re delighted to present the Twitter Game of the Week for our second season,” said NWHL Founder and Commissioner Dani Rylan. “Twitter has helped significantly increase the NWHL audience and given our professional women’s hockey players a deserving global spotlight.”


The 2018 Isobel Cup Final between the Riveters and Buffalo generated an audience on Twitter of more than 900,000. The NWHL All-Star Game in February drew 580,000 viewers.


2018-19 Twitter NWHL Broadcast Schedule

(all times ET)


Oct. 6, 5:00                Metropolitan at Minnesota

Oct. 13, 1:30             Connecticut at Buffalo

Oct. 20, 2:00             Minnesota at Metropolitan (Prudential Center) 

Oct. 27, 7:30             Buffalo at Minnesota


Nov. 18, 2:00                        Connecticut at Metropolitan

Nov. 25, 2:00                        Connecticut at Metropolitan


Dec. 1, 7:30              Boston at Minnesota

Dec. 9, 2:00              Boston at Metropolitan

Dec. 29, 2:00                        Minnesota at Buffalo (Key Bank Arena)


Jan. 5, 1:30               Boston at Buffalo

Jan. 12, 1:30             Metropolitan at Buffalo

Jan. 19, 7:30             Connecticut at Minnesota

Jan. 26, 1:30             Boston at Buffalo


Feb. 2, 2:00               Buffalo at Metropolitan

Feb. 9 &10                NWHL All-Star Weekend (times and location TBA)

Feb. 24, 3:00                        Boston at Connecticut


March 3, 3:00            Buffalo at Metropolitan

March 9–17               Isobel Cup Playoffs (times and locations TBA)




About the National Women’s Hockey League
?Established in 2015, the NWHL became the first professional women’s hockey league in North America to pay its players and share in revenue from select apparel sales. The mission of the league is to promote and develop women’s hockey, increase participation and interest in the sport at all levels, and shine a light on the role models that fill the rosters of all of its clubs. The league is made up of the Boston Pride (2016 Isobel Cup champions), Buffalo Beauts (2017 champions), Connecticut Whale, Metropolitan Riveters (2018 champions), and Minnesota Whitecaps. For more information, please visit

NWHL.zone and follow the league on Twitter @NWHL, Facebook @NationalWomensHockeyLeague and on Instagram @NWHL.zone.


About Twitter

Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) is what's happening in the world and what people are talking about right now. On Twitter, live comes to life as conversations unfold, showing you all sides of the story. From breaking news and entertainment to sports, politics and everyday interests, when things happen in the world, they happen first on Twitter. Twitter is available in more than 40 languages around the world. The service can be accessed at twitter.com, on a variety of mobile devices and via SMS. For more information, visit about.twitter.com or follow @twitter. For information on how to download the Twitter and Periscope apps, visit twitter.com/download and periscope.tv.

Contact Information:    Chris Botta, NWHL –

                                    Twitter Communications press@twitter.com


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