Boston Pride standouts Corinne Schroeder & Élizabeth Giguère will be guest skaters for the Boston Bruins Alumni on April 22nd
Boston Pride standouts Corinne Schroeder & Élizabeth Giguère will be guest skaters for the Boston Bruins Alumni season finale on April 22nd (2:00pm) at Warrior Arena. The game will benefit Michael J. Edgett Memorial Fund.
The Bruins Alumni lineup will be bolstered by the addition of Tuukka Rask, who will be skating for the second time this season (see roster below). Rask will play the RW on an "All Goalie" Line with Reggie Lemelin and Andrew Raycroft.
Recorded 22 points in 18 goals as a rookie with the Boston Pride last season.
The 25-year-old Quebec native was a national sensation for the last five years as she dominated the collegiate level. During her time at Clarkson University from 2017-21, Giguère broke the freshman scoring record and then some with an unsurpassable 71 points in just 41 games, then scored the overtime winner in the 2018 NCAA National Championship game. As a sophomore, she was a finalist for the prestigious Patty Kazmaier Award in 2019 after producing 73 points in 40 games, then won the award the following season as a junior in 2020 to cement her status as the top women’s collegiate hockey player in the nation with 66 points including 37 goals in 37 games. She served as captain of the Golden Knights as a senior and became the program’s all-time leading scorer with an incredible 233 points in 137 games played. Additional accolades from her career at Clarkson include the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team (2018), ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year (2018), selection to the ECAC Hockey First Team All-League (2018 & 2020), CCM/AHCA Hockey Second Team All-American (2018), USCHO.com Player of the Year (2019), CCM/AHCA Hockey First Team All-American (2019 & 2020), ECAC Hockey Second Team All-League (2019), ECAC Hockey Player of the Year (2020), and ECAC Hockey Best Forward (2020).
Giguère added an additional 62 points in 40 games during the 2021-22 season as a graduate transfer at University of Minnesota-Duluth. The CCM/AHCA Hockey Second Team All-American led the Bulldogs in scoring and brought her team all the way to the Frozen Four final. Her 295 career points in 177 games rank sixth in all-time NCAA Division I history.
Schroeder was the Premier Hockey Federation Rookie of the Year, recording a 1.67 GAA, 19 wins and seven shutouts.
The Elm Creek, Manitoba native came to Boston in 2017 to play hockey for Boston University where she started 91 games over four seasons with the Terriers. She posted a career .925 save percentage in those four years, including eight shutouts. Accolades from her BU career include Hockey East Second Team All-Star (2019-20), Hockey East Third Team All-Star (2018-19), Hockey East All-Rookie Team (2017-18), Hockey East All-Academic Team (2019-20, 2018-19, 2017-18), AHCA All-American Scholar (2019-20, 2018-19), and National Goaltender of the Year Award Watch List (2020-21). Schroeder completed a graduate season at Quinnipiac University during the 2021-22 season where she recorded 15 wins, six shutouts, a goals-against-average of 1.44, and a remarkable .951 save percentage along with a career-high 73 saves in one game. Schroeder was named the Bobcats’ Women’s Hockey MVP and was a candidate for the NCAA’s Women’s Goalie of the Year award.
Schroeder also has experience at the national level with Team Canada. In 2017, she won a silver medal at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.