How to Watch the Premier Hockey Federation on January 22 - Pride vs. Force, Beauts vs. Riveters, and more | Stream, Start Time, Preview

How to Watch the Premier Hockey Federation on January 22 - Pride vs. Force, Beauts vs. Riveters, and more | Stream, Start Time, Preview

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Another weekend of Premier Hockey Federation wraps up on Sunday, as two of the best teams in the league are in action on Sunday, with first place on the line.

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Boston Pride (12-2-0) vs. Force de Montreal (5-6-1)

Time: 1 p.m. ET

Where: Centre Premier Tech (Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec)Stream: ESPN+

In the first-ever meeting between Boston and Montreal, the Pride treated the new kids on the block just like every other team so far this season.

It was the Loren Gabel show in the first game of the weekend set on Saturday, as the PHF’s leading scorer potted four goals in a 5-0 win over Les Force, including two on the power play. Montreal certainly put up a fight, throwing 50 shots on the Boston goal, but Corinne Schroeder stood tall, turning each chance away, earning her league-leading sixth shutout of the season.

The Pride remains at the top of the standings with 33 points, three points clear of second place. Montreal remains in fifth place with 14 points, five back of the Connecticut Whale.

Metropolitan Riveters (4-11-0) vs. Buffalo Beauts (2-9-2)

Time: 1 p.m. ET

Where: Northtown Center (Buffalo, N.Y.)Stream: ESPN+

The Beauts are feeling good after putting an end to their 10-game winless streak.

In the first game of the series with the Riveters on Saturday, Buffalo received first-period goals from Whitney Dove and Jessica Healey. While the Rivs answered back with a goal from Minttu Tuominen, the Beauts’ Courtney Maud and Claudia Kepler found the back of the net to send the home side to a 4-1 win.

Buffalo netminder Lovisa Berndtsson was unquestionably the No. 1 star of the game, stopping 41 of the 42 shots she faced.

The Rivs and Beauts are sixth and seventh in the league, respectively. Metro has 11 points, 22 back of the Pride, while Buffalo has just eight points through 13 games.

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Connecticut Whale (4-6-1) vs. Toronto Six (10-1-2)

Time: 2 p.m. ET

Where: Canlan Sport (York, Ontario)Stream: ESPN+

A huge second period helped send the Six over the Whale in their first game of the weekend Saturday afternoon.

The two teams traded a pair of goals each in the opening 20 minutes, but Toronto went off with three goals in 54 seconds in the latter half of the second period, including back-to-back goals from Tereza Vanisova. Brittany Howard added her second goal in the frame to give the Six a 6-2 lead heading into the third period. Though the Whale came back with a couple in the final stanza, Toronto was able to skate away with a 7-4 win.

The league’s leading goal scorer, Brittany Howard ended up with two goals and two assists in the win, while Breanne Wilson-Bennett also found the back of the net twice. but four points clear of the Minnesota Whitecaps. Following the loss, Connecticut is 14 back of Boston.

Toronto still sits in second in the PHF, three points back of the Pride

Check out the PHF standings and results here