According to The Hockey News, the goalie’s address can be found in the PHF league.
Nura Rati, 33, the longtime goalkeeper of the Finnish women’s national ice hockey team, is continuing her career in North America.
Ice hockey newspaper The Hockey News, citing multiple sources, reported that Rati would play in the Ice Hockey League PHF next season.
The PHF is a professional league that was known as the NWHL from 2015 to 2021.
According to The Hockey News, Radi’s future club is the Metropolitan Riveters, with whom Finnish defenseman Mintu Tuominen signed an extension a few days ago.
Goalkeeper Evelina Mäkinen and defender Anna Kilponen also played in the team last season. Makinen moved to the ranks of EV Zug in the Swiss B-League for the coming season.
The Riveters’ head coach is Vanla Hovi from Finland.
Rattie, who represented Hämeenlinna Ball Club last season, has secured one World Championship silver, four World Championship bronzes and two Olympic bronzes in Nestléjon.