Presented by AIRSUPRA® (albuterol/budesonide) Inhalation Aerosol


Monthly honor includes three forwards, two defenders, and one goaltender.


TORONTO, ON (APRIL 2, 2024)—The Professional Women’s Hockey League (PWHL) today announced the announced the March edition of the SupraStars of the Month, presented by AIRSUPRA® (albuterol/budesonide) Inhalation Aerosol. The award recognizes three forwards, two defenders, and one goaltender at the conclusion of each month, determined as the players who most excelled on ice throughout the PWHL. Forwards are selected regardless of position.


The SupraStars of the Month, presented by AIRSUPRA, for the month of March have been recognized as: Ottawa forward Brianne Jenner; Ottawa forward Kateřina Mrázová; Toronto forward Natalie Spooner; Minnesota defender Natalie Buchbinder; Minnesota defender Sophie Jaques; Toronto goaltender Kristen Campbell



Jenner had three goals and six assists for nine points in six games played in March, second most among all PWHL players for the month. The 32-year-old had four multi-point games in the month, including a three-point effort on March 23, which helped her team snap Toronto’s 11-game win streak by way of a 5-3 win. Ottawa’s league-leading powerplay continued to click in the month, with Jenner adding a goal and three assists on the advantage. By averaging 1.5 points-per-game in March, Jenner moved into a tie for sixth in PWHL scoring and now has 15 points on the season. For the month, Ottawa’s captain also added 16 shots, was 50.6% in the face-off circle, and finished +4. Her team now sits in fourth place — a playoff position—as they collected 11 out of a possible 18 points in the month.



Mrázová led all PWHL skaters in scoring in March, with 10 points in six games played. With two goals and eight assists in March, the 31-year-old moved into a tie for third in league scoring by month’s end, and now has 17 points in 19 games played this season. Mrázová collected points in five of six contests in the month, which included four multi-point games, highlighted by a three-assist effort on March 10 against Montréal, a career high for the forward. She now sits tied for first in the PWHL with 11 assists on the season and further demonstrated her playmaking ability in March by amassing five primary helpers.



Spooner finished tied for second in league scoring in March, with nine points in six games played. She tallied five goals in the month, which brought her league-leading total to 15 on the season— six more than the next-best in the PWHL. Spooner had points in all six games she played in March, including three multi-point games, and now sits in the midst of a six-game point streak, tied for the longest point streak in the PWHL this season. The 33-year-old tallied two game-winning-goals in March, as her team continued its winning streak to 11 games before falling to Ottawa on March 23—a game in which Spooner scored twice. In the month, Spooner had her first shorthanded goal of the season, added 24 shots on net, and finished +3. With 20 points in 19 games played, Spooner now sits alone atop the PWHL scoring race and is one of just three players averaging a point-per-game this season (1.05).



Buchbinder had four points in March, with a goal and three assists in five games played. Her point total was tied for first among defenders in the PWHL for the month. The 25-year-old also finished the month with a plus-minus rating of +7, including a season-high +3 against New York on March 16. The Minnesota defender— who started the month with two points in 14 games played— finished March on a four-game point streak, and now has six points on the season. She sits just one point shy of tenth in scoring among defenders in the PWHL, with six points in 19 games played.



Jaques had four assists in March, the most among all defenders in the PWHL for the month. The defender began March with one assist through her first 12 games played but now sits with five on the season due to a stellar month— one that she finished on a three-game assist streak. The first-year pro also added 21 shots on goal, including nine on March 5 against Ottawa, a season-high for the defender. Jaques collected points in four of five games played in the month and now has seven points on the season, good for tenth among all PWHL defenders.



Campbell led all goaltenders with four wins in March—all in regulation—adding to her league-lead in the category. She now sits with 12 victories on the season—five more than any other goaltender in the PWHL. Campbell also recorded her third shutout of the season—another category the goaltender leads—against Montréal March 8. The native of Brandon, MB continues to be a workhorse for her team, as she started five of six games for Toronto in March, with 300 minutes played. In March, Campbell had a 1.60 goals-against-average and .929 save percentage, as she backstopped her team to 12 out of 15 possible points in her starts.


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