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Hockey Wives

Hockey Wives is Canadian Reality TV series. Produced by Bristow Global Media. Stars: Marie-Pier Morin, Martine Forget, Noureen DeWulf. It debuted on Mar 18, 2015, on W Network. The series has 5.6 * rating by IMDb. Won the Canadian Screen Award.


How Many Season Does Hockey Wives Have: 3 (33 episodes)

Season 4

W Network

Season 3

Season premieres on April 19, 2017

W Network, 9 episodes

Season 2

Season premieres on October 28, 2015

Returns: March 16, 2016

Finale: May 25, 2016

W Network, 16 episodes

Season 1

2015, W Network, 8 episodes

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When Does Hockey Wives Come On

Hockey Wives is on W Network (Canada) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S3E9 (Down to the Wire) - Air Date: Jun 14, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

This week's new movies and TV shows: 'Insurgent,' 'Hockey Wives' and 3 questions with 'Glee' star Kevin McHale - HELLO! Canada - according to Ca

Top Five: After a disastrous film review leaves him speechless, comedian Andre Allen (played by Chris Rock who also directed the film) works to revitalize his image, change his career and face the life he left behind. Rosario Dawson also stars.

Supergirl, Hockey Wives, Ash vs. Evil Dead and Lost Girl finale top this week's must-see TV - Toronto Sun - by Torontosun

To get into the spirit of Halloween, this is being billed as one of the most chilling psychological experiments ever to take place on live television. Three people will be placed in coffins and buried alive. And if that weren’t enough, they’ll endure a series of escalating horrors designed to test their mental strength.When: Monday, Oct. 26 on A&E

Exclusive 'Hockey Wives' clip: Noureen DeWulf and Tiffany Parros attend prenatal yoga class - HELLO! Canada - per Ca

After premiering last month to favourable reviews, the show has received praise from critics and audiences alike for its realistic portrayal of the women’s day-to-day lives. Along with the glitz and glamour, the show explores the other side of what it means to be “married to the game” – from dealing with trades and being apart to worrying about hockey injuries and future career prospects.

Talking Hockey Wives: Parties, engagement rings and L.A. Kings captain Dustin Brown's love for video games - National Post - via Nationalpost

Also: holy engagement ring Jonathan Bernier. That ring needs its own passport. I am surprised Martine’s one bicep isn’t more Sylvester Stallone-esque after having to hold that thing up all the time.


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