The Isobel Cup is the championship trophy awarded annually to the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) playoff winner. It is named after Lady Isobel Gathorne-Hardy, one of the first known women to play the game and daughter of Lord Stanley (the namesake of the Stanley Cup).
|Given for||Playoff champion of the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL)|
|Most recent||Minnesota Whitecaps|
|2016||Boston Pride||Bobby Jay||2-games-to-none||Buffalo Beauts||Ric Seiling||Newark, New Jersey|
|2017||Buffalo Beauts||Ric Seiling||3–2||Boston Pride||Bobby Jay||Lowell, Massachusetts|
|2018||Metropolitan Riveters||Chad Wiseman||1–0||Buffalo Beauts||Ric Seiling||Newark, New Jersey|
|2019||Minnesota Whitecaps||Jack Brodt
|2–1 (OT)||Buffalo Beauts||Cody McCormick||St. Paul, Minnesota|
- "Isobel Cup". National Women's Hockey League. Retrieved September 14, 2018.
In 2016, Boston won the league’s first Isobel Cup.
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