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Manon Rhéaume Vs. Harry Connick Jr.

Thursday, February 21st Manon Rhéaume will be on the Harry Connick Jr. show. Tune in to watch her talk about "Between the Pipes" and her career and watch as she and Harry face-off for a hockey challenge! Check local listings for air time and channel. 

RDS Promo

Manon Rhéaume and lead actress Angie Bullaro traveled to Quebec to shoot a new promo for "Between the Pipes".  Manon and Angie had a blast filming with French Canadian sports network RDS and former NHL player Andre Roy.

Lululemon

Lululemon reached out to "Between the Pipes". They will provide merchandise to help with Manon and Angie's training! They are big fans of Manon and her incredible story.

Lululemon reached out to "Between the Pipes". They will provide merchandise to help with Manon and Angie's training! They are big fans of Manon and her incredible story.

Sports Illustrated Article and Video

Sports Illustrated just released an article about Manon Rhéaume and the "Between the Pipes." Manon talks about breaking barriers, how women's hockey has grown, being a hockey mom and the film. Read the full article HERE. And click HERE to see the exclusive behind the scenes video of Manon and Linda Cohn at Sports Illustrated.

Bones

David Boreanaz character Seely Booth in "Bones" thinks Manon is as amazing as we do! During the episode "The Movie in the Making", which aired on June 2nd, Booth said he wanted his daughter to play in the NHL like Manon. "She was amazing," he said. We couldn't agree more! See the clip HERE.

National TV Segment

Manon Rhéaume discusses BTP Movie and her career on a national TV segment for NHL Network. In case you missed the TV version, click HERE  to view the segment. She also did an internet segment for Sports Illustrated with Maggie Gray and Linda Cohn. Click HERE to view it. It's been a big week for Manon and BTP Movie!

TBL and Manon Spotlight

With Tampa Bay Lightning in the playoffs again, Manon is back in town and in the spotlight. Manon will be in NYC for one day promoting BTP Movie with Linda Cohn and talking about breaking barriers in the sports world. She'll have several on-air segments that will be viewable later this week. Keep up with this promo day on Twitter @btwnthepipesmov.

Linda Cohn

We're excited to announce that Linda Cohn of ESPN joins the BTP team. Linda was the first full-time female sports radio host and a pioneer in female sports broadcasting.  In 1992 she went on-air with ESPN and since then has hosted more editions of SportsCenter than anyone in the 36-year history of the program. Look out for future segments with Linda and Manon talking about being females in male-dominated industries.

 

BTP Newsletter

This month we are launching the "Between the Pipes" Newsletter! This monthly newsletter will feature the latest hockey and film news. Plus updates on the project and special giveaways!

Sign up here.

 

Faceoff Against Dementia

Manon Rheaume signed autographs for fans at a Peterborough Petes game as part of her participation in the Faceoff Against Dementia fundraiser. Manon was on hand to drop the ceremonial faceoff puck and also sign autographs between periods. The second annual Faceoff Against Dementia was a fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Society. Organizers say $16,000 was raised for the cause. Read more here.

 

Women's Business Network

Manon Rhéaume was the keynote speaker at a Women's Business Network of Peterborough (WBN) meeting. Manon addressed the members on finding success through failure, discussing the lessons she learned through sport and how they can be applied later in life. Read more here

 

BTP Poster!

The new poster for Between the Pipes movie is here! Follow us on Twitter to learn about our giveaways and your chance to win a poster signed by Manon Rhéaume.

 

Making History... Again

Manon Rhéaume, the first woman to play hockey professionally, dropped the ceremonially puck at the inaugural NWHL game. The NWHL is the first professional hockey league to play its players in the United States. So, it's no wonder why they wanted Manon, the first woman to get paid to play hockey, to drop the ceremonial puck. Rhéaume said, "I am excited about the start of the WNHL. It's a great moment for women's hockey and I am honored to be a part of it." Manon also did an autograph session post-game where she signed the new BTP posters and trading cards.  

 

Ceremonial Puck Drop

The NWHL has invited Manon to do the ceremonial puck drop at the inaugural game of the NWHL League. The Boston Pride will take on the Buffalo Beauts on Sunday, October 11th at 3:30 PM EST in Buffalo, NY. The first 500 attendees will receive a Manon Rhéaume/BTP Movie trading card. Manon will also be signing autographs post-game. Learn more HERE.

Let the Games Begin

The NWHL gears up for its first season and signs several powerhouse players to their teams. Two-time Olypmic silver medalists Hilary Knight and Kelli Stack join the NWHL. Knight signed with the Boston Pride and Stack signed with the CT Whales. Single game tickets are now on sale. Click here to buy tickets. Learn more about the league here.

Happy Anniversary

Manon Rhéaume celebrates her 23rd anniversary of making history when she stepped onto the ice in a Tampa Bay Lightning jersey - the first woman to ever play a game in the NHL. Through the past 23 years she has continued to inspire people and young hockey players. To help celebrate the big day the Huffington Post published an article about her monumental career. Click here to read the article. Manon and lead actor Angie Bullaro also did a special radio interview with CBC Radio in Canada. Click here for the interview.

TIFF 2015

BTP producers head to the world-famous Toronto International Film Festival for exciting premieres, big meetings, and red carpets. After several successful meetings with potential Canadian partners for BTP, there was just enough time to unwind on the red carpet with Herrick Entertainment's lavish party. 

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