More than anything, Isobel Harkness want to play hockey with her older brothers. But it's 1893, and a lot of people - including her father - think hockey is only for boys.
Ignoring her father's wishes, Isobel helps her brothers train for an upcoming game. And she begins to shine on the ice. When she meets Isobel Stanley, one of the first women to play hocky, young Isobel gets some great advice.
Inspired by true accounts of Isobel Stanley's role in the history of hockey, Isobel's Stanley Cup proves that hockey has always been a game for girls.