Boston Pride’s Loren Gabel, Corinne Schroeder Win PHF Awards

The honors were the first in Pride history


Apr 4, 2023

The Boston Pride’s season ended in disappointing fashion, but two of their players have been rewarded for the campaign they put together.

The Premier Hockey Federation on Tuesday announced that Loren Gabel and Corinne Schroeder won Newcomer of the Year and Rookie of the Year, respectively. This is the first time a member of the Pride has been selected for the Newcomer or Rookie of the Year awards.

It’s no surprise to see Gabel and Schroeder earn some hardware. Gabel won the PHF’s scoring title after amassing 20 goals on the season. The forward also led the league with 40 points and matched the PHF single-season record. Gabel also was named a finalist for Most Valuable Player and Outstanding Player of the Year.

“It is an honor to be the recipient of the PHF Newcomer of the Year award,” Gabel said, per a press release from the PHF. “I want to thank my teammates, coaching staff, support staff, and the organization as a whole. My first year in the PHF was an amazing experience and it was awesome to be part of such a great organization.”

To say Schroeder was incredible for the Pride would be an understatement. The rookie goalie led the PHF with a 1.67 goals-against average, .955 save percentage, 19 wins and set a new PHF record with seven shutouts.

“I’m incredibly honored to be this season’s Rookie of the Year award recipient, it was truly a season to remember for me,” Schroeder said, per the PHF press release. “Reflecting on this past season, I think it was one of my best ever, especially in terms of consistency. I believe the degree to which I was challenged each and every game played a huge part in my growth and development throughout this season. I am very thankful for that and look forward to seeing the level of competition in the PHF continue to elevate in future seasons.”

Schroeder also is a finalist for Goaltender of the Year.

Both players have a bright future ahead of them and will have the offseason to get even better (which is a scary thought) for the 2023-24 season.

Thumbnail photo via Michelle Jay/Boston Pride
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