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The Swiss forward is one of seven finalists for the IIHF award, which is now in its second year.


Among the seven women who will have the chance to succeed Hilary Knight as Female Player of the Year, there is also a Swiss player, namely Alina Müller. With her club, PWHL Boston, Müller reached Game 5 of the playoff final, while with the Swiss national team, she participated in the World Championship and was named among the top 3 players on the team. At the Women’s Worlds, she scored the winning goal to keep Switzerland in Group A.

The other finalists are Sandra Abstreiter (G, GER), Alex Carpenter (F, USA), Kendall Coyne Schofield (F, USA), Jenni Hiirikoski (D, FIN), Marie-Philip Poulin (F, CAN), and Natalie Spooner (F, CAN).

The 2024 IIHF Female Player of the Year winner will be announced on Tuesday, 18 June. The award will be voted on by members of the media and appropriate members of the IIHF family. Media will account for 70% of the vote while IIHF family voting will constitute the other 30%.

( 12 June 2024 | lle )

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