Hockey Wives
  • Maripier Morin
  • Emilie Blum
  • Martine Auclair-Vlasic
  • Erica Lundmark
  • Vanessa Vandal
  • Catherine Laflamme
Country of originCanada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes33
Executive producers
  • Julie Bristow
  • Megan Sanchez-Warner
  • Christie Callan-Jones
Running time60 mins
Production companyBristow Global Media
Original networkW Network
Original releaseMarch 18, 2015 (2015-03-18) –
External links

Hockey Wives is a Canadian documentary television series which debuted on March 18, 2015 on the W Network. In Québec, the series debuted on September 12, 2015 on the Séries+ (Mariées au hockey). The series follows a group of wives and girlfriends of professional hockey players, as they balance the highs and lows of the hockey world, their personal and social lives.

On May 5, 2015, the network announced that the series had been renewed for a second season.[1]

On October 13, 2016, W confirmed the renewal for a third season,[2] and on March 20, 2017, the full cast was revealed.

Season three premiered on April 19, 2017.


Production for the first season of Hockey Wives was announced on July 17, 2014 in a press release issued by W Network's parent company, Corus Entertainment.[3]

The cast of the third season includes:

Although based in cities all over the world, during the course of the professional hockey season their lives intersect and affect one another’s. From wives who are new to the game, to those whose partners are Stanley Cup winning superstars or are nearing retirement, the women form a team of their own to support and encourage each other through personal and professional highs and lows.[4]


Following the series premiere in March 2015, the show quickly became the most watched series on W Network that year, with record ratings for the broadcaster.[5] In addition, episodes of the series ranked as the top reality series on iTunes Canada after their initial broadcast.[6]

Timeline of Hockey Wives

Hockey Wives Seasons
1 2 3
Maripier Morin (wife of Brandon Prust) Yes
Emilie Blum (wife of Jonathon Blum) Yes Yes
Martine Auclair-Vlasic (wife of Marc-Édouard Vlasic) Yes
Erica Lundmark (wife of Jamie Lundmark) Yes
Vanessa Vandal (girlfriend of David Perron) Yes
Catherine Laflamme (wife of Kris Letang) Yes
Noureen DeWulf (wife of Ryan Miller) Yes
Martine Forget (wife of Jonathan Bernier) Yes
Kodette LaBarbera (wife of Jason LaBarbera) Yes
Tiffany Parros (wife of George Parros) Yes
Keshia Chanté (girlfriend of Ray Emery) Yes
Paige Getzlaf (wife of Ryan Getzlaf) Yes
Angela Price (wife of Carey Price) Yes
Rhianna Weaver (wife of Mike Weaver) Yes
Taylor Winnik (wife of Daniel Winnik) Yes
Ashley Booth (wife of David Booth) Yes
Nicole Brown (wife of Dustin Brown) Yes
Brijet Whitney (wife of Ray Whitney) Yes
Jenny Scrivens (wife of Ben Scrivens) Yes
Wendy Tippett (wife of Dave Tippett) Yes

Episode List

Season Episode Title Originally Aired
1 1 Married to the Game March 18, 2015
2 Home Fire Burnout March 25, 2015
3 The Breakout Play April 1, 2015
4 Stick handling a Puck April 8, 2015
5 Relationship on Ice April 15, 2015
6 Love & Loathing in LA April 22, 2015
7 Family Skate April 29, 2015
8 Pop Ups and Power Plays May 6, 2015
2 1 Still In The Game October 28, 2015
2 Hockey's Out For The Summer November 4, 2015
3 Free Agency Frenzy November 11, 2015
4 Let the Good Times Roll November 18, 2015
5 The Off-Ice Plays November 25, 2015
6 The Long Goodbye March 17, 2016
7 Home Sweet Opener March 24, 2016
8 Family Face-off March 31, 2016
9 Breakaways April 7, 2016
10 New York & New Beginnings April 14, 2016
11 Back to Basics April 21, 2016
12 Home for the Holidays April 28, 2016
13 Time-Out May 5, 2016
14 Pucks and Palm Trees May 11, 2016
15 Home Is Where the Hockey Is May 18, 2016
16 Off-Ice Goals May 25, 2016
3 1 We Are The Champions April 19, 2017
2 On Top Of The World April 26, 2017
3 The Puck Stops Here May 3, 2017
4 Make or Break May 10, 2017
5 From Russia With Love May 17, 2017
6 Between the Pipes May 24, 2017
7 Home for the Holidays May 31, 2017
8 On Thin Ice June 7, 2017
9 Down to the Wire June 14, 2017


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