The Toronto Six are making waves and getting ready for the 2021 NWHL bubble season to begin by signing Emily Fluke to the team today, as the NWHL announced on its Twitter page:
As @TheTorontoSix roster grows so does their rivalry with Boston @FlukeEmily has signed with the Toronto Six for Season Six!
— NWHL (@NWHL) December 14, 2020
Emily Fluke is an American forward, born in Bourne, Maine, who has been in the NWHL for three seasons, competing with the Connecticut Whale and, most recently, the Boston Pride. The Pride were on their way to competing for the 2020 NWHL Championship Isobel Cup against the Minnesota Whitecaps, but the game was unfortunately cancelled due to the pandemic. The Pride were named in-season champions, and Fluke played a significant role in getting them there, but the Isobel Cup was not awarded.
Prior to the end of the 2019-20 season, Fluke participated in the NWHL’s All-Star game, competing with Pride teammates Kristina Putigna and Kaleigh Fratkin for Team Packer against Boston Pride scoring leader Jillian Dempsey’s team, who ultimately won the All Star game. In the skills competition, Fluke was a part of …
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