Corinne Schoeder has wrapped up her rookie season for the Boston Pride in the Premier Hockey Federation and did things that no one else has done so far in the PHF. She was named goaltender of the year in her first year, she set the league on fire with single season records of wins (19), shutouts (7), and saves (761). She also led the pack with a sparkling goals against average of 1.67, and a mind boggling save percentage of .955. Keep in mind that the PHF regular season is 24 games long... Corinne won more games than any other team in the league. She rocked a 19-1-1 record, Toronto in comparison finished the year with a 17-5-2 record. Daemon Parent caught up with the young phenom to chat about her season, and what she looks to accomplish throughout her career in hockey!