Bruins partnership with NWHL’s Boston Pride a big stride forward – Boston Herald The Boston Bruins announced a partnership with the NWHL’s Boston Pride on Thursday, following the lead of three other NHL franchises. The Pride have played at the Bruins practice facility, Warrior Ice Arena in Allston, for the past two-and-a-half seasons. Prior to that, they played at Harvard’s Bright-Landry Rink. While the financial component of the agreement won’t be made public, when asked about the costs of the Pride playing at Warrior, NWHL deputy commissioner Hayley Moore said there is a financial commitment from the Bruins. “The big premise is to take a larger step in committing to the game at every level,” she said. “We’ve been able to partner with the Bruins on different initiatives…. I think this has been the next big step in that movement. For both of is, it’s our commitment on growing the game, and growing the women’s game that we’re excited about elevating to the next level.” Bruins team president Cam Neely confirmed the Bruins would be assisting in ice time at Warrior as a part of the financial commitment.