WHL Profile connects female hockey players with Coaches, Teams, and Businesses all over the world in the pursuit of their youth, collegiate, and professional hockey goals. We provide a platform to promote yourself, search for playing and job opportunities, and connect with those involved in our game.
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Search for Coaches and Teams based on what you’re looking for. Contact Coaches. Find job opportunities. Promote yourself with your academic, athletic, and personal information.
Create a Profile and search for Players based on your needs. Associate your Profile with your Team Page. Post and search for job opportunities for yourself, your team, and your organization.
Search our extensive database of Teams to help you navigate your next steps. Browse the team pages for up-to-date team info, schedule, academic and contact information.
Create a profile and promote your business to our members. Post job opportunities and search for qualified players and coaches to be your next employee and a part of your team.
I was spending hours a day researching Universities trying to figure out which ones had both the major I was interested in and a hockey team. Literally, in a few minutes, I had a list of 22 Schools to pick from.
Mary K. | Player
The best part about WHLProfile.com is that everything you could possibly need is finally all located in one place. I don’t have to jump around from website to website searching for Players.
Darren R. | Coach
We live in Idaho so there aren’t a ton of teams for me to play on. I knew I wanted to play at a prep school, but didn’t know where to start until I found this website.
Kayla H. | Player
Blog: Women's Hockey Life
AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT: Maya Sofia Popova | Madison, New Jersey
by WomensHockeyLife on October 17, 2019 at 11:16 pm
Meet Maya Sofia Popova! Tell us about yourself! I am from Madison, New Jersey, USA. I am a 5th grade student in Kings Road Elementary School. My hockey story is that I have […]
New season, new challenges for the NAIT Ooks
by Moira Bryan on October 17, 2019 at 6:39 pm
The Ooks’ season started this past weekend in a pretty crazy way. The Ooks fell to the Griffins 10-5 on Friday, and 2-1 on Saturday. Both were great games played very […]
How to effectively develop new hockey skills
by Ashleigh Maestas on October 15, 2019 at 8:24 pm
Do you want to learn an effective way to master learning new hockey skills? We are getting ready to close out another year and bring in a new decade! The year 2020 brings us […]