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Week 13 Recap & A Chat w/ Cayla Barnes (Team USA)

The LA Kings outscored their opponents 12-4, won all three games on their schedule last week and find themselves in 2nd place in the Pacific Division. Varty and Karo from The Bannermen Podcast join host Jesse Cohen to crown a King of the Week and celebrate the Kings strong play. Olympian and California native Cayla Barnes (Boston College/Team USA) also joins us to talk about preparation for the 2022 games in Beijing. Barnes was part of the gold medal winning team at the 2018 games and is a former Jr. King. Finally, we take a look at who’s playing with whom as we track some time on ice numbers with
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WIH: Cayla Barnes Joins Three Eagle Alumnae On Team USA Centralization Roster

USA Hockey announced today the 27 players who will centralize in preparation for the 2021 World Championships and 2022 Beijing Olympics, and there are some familiar names on the roster. Captain and Redshirt Junior(??)* Cayla Barnes will miss the upcoming Boston College Women’s Hockey season as part of the residency program, joining fellow Eagle alumnae Alex Carpenter, Kali Flanagan, and Megan Keller on the squad.
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Cayla Barnes Earns All-USCHO Second Team Honors

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Boston College defender Cayla Barnes has earned All-USCHO Division I Second Team honors, as announced Friday by U.S. College Hockey online. Barnes, an AHCA Second Team All-American and Hockey East First Team All-Star selection this year, finished her third season at BC with 10 points on four goals and six assists while blocking a team-leading 36 shots. Barnes scored two game-winning goals for the Eagles and picked up two power play points while finishing with a plus-9 rating.

Duck Tales: Former Lady Duck Cayla Barnes named to USWNT for Women’s Worlds

Without the same funding or support, women’s hockey has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic since last year. But as things start to improve around the globe, events are returning to the women’s hockey schedule. Among those is the 2021 IIHF Women’s Worlds, scheduled for May 6-16, in Halifax...