January 15, 2020 – The Boston Bruins will be cheering on the Boston Pride, virtually from the stands during the upcoming NWHL bubble season in Lake Placid, NY. The Boston Bruins purchased 20 Fan Face cutouts to support the Pride on their march toward the Isobel Cup.

“In Boston, we absolutely love our sports teams and rally together to root for them,” said Boston Pride Captain, Jillian Dempsey. “I am always glued to the TV watching my hometown Bruins compete in the Stanley Cup playoffs. So it’ll be awesome having their faces in the stands supporting us as we battle to win the Isobel Cup! I’ll definitely be fired up to see Patrice Bergeron, Charlie Coyle, Pasta, and the rest of the Bs in the cardboard crowd in Lake Placid.

And hopefully my buddy, Blades, too!”

The 20 Bruins players will sign their Fan Faces to be auctioned off by the Boston Bruins Foundation after the NWHL season concludes. The proceeds from the fan faces will be donated to Mass Hockey and the Boston Pride’s Coaching Ambassador program. This program will enable girl's youth hockey organizations in Massachusetts to work with a Boston Pride player as a coaching ambassador to their program.

“The Boston Pride would like to thank the entire Boston Bruins organization, especially Cam Neely for the idea to donate funds back to support and grow girls’ hockey in Massachusetts and for their support of our team in the upcoming quest for the Cup,” said Pride team president Hayley Moore.

More information about the upcoming Boston Pride season can be found at

 About the Boston Pride

The Boston Pride is a professional women's ice hockey team based in Boston, Massachusetts. They are one of the founding four franchises of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL). The Pride plays their games at Warrior Ice Arena, which is also the practice facility for the Boston Bruins. They won the inaugural Isobel Cup in 2016 and finished the 2019-20 season as Champions with a 23-1 regular-season record. For more information about the Boston Pride, please visit