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Blake Bolden

Professional Women's Defender | NHL Scout | NCAA Athlete Boston College

Position Defense
Hometown Cleveland, OH
Experience NCAA D1, Professional 7 Years, PWHPA, NWHL
Shot Right

Blake's Bio

  • 2013 Boston College Captain
  • 2013 NCAA All-American
  • 2014 CWHL first round draft pick
  • 4X All Star
  • 2018 NWHL Defender of the Year
  • 2020 Coach of the Year

Blake Alexis Bolden is a Mentor, Performance Coach, Professional Athlete, and scout for the Los Angeles Kings. Known as the Jackie Robinson of women’s hockey, she has broken many barriers and achieved many firsts in the sport of ice hockey.

In 2015, Blake became the first Black player to compete in the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL). She is a World Champion representing the United States, a 4X All-Star, claiming her hardest shot title for 2 consecutive years, NWHL Champion, Defensive MVP, a Division I All-American from Boston College, and a true role model and spokesperson for girls and women in sport. Blake prides herself on trailblazing a path for women of color in hockey and using her experiences which have shaped her perspective on success, fulfillment, failure, and getting outside of one’s comfort zone to help others

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Blake's Playing Experience

Big Goal by Blake in Outdoor Classic

Interview with Blake