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Tell us about yourself! My name is Robin Bilsborough. I am originally from Maple Leaf, Ontario, Canada, but now call Cedarburg, Wisconsin, USA my home. I am a mom of five and am a non-profit coordinator.  Growing up in Canada, I always enjoyed watching hockey, but didn't play—ringette and broom ball...

May 22, 2019

May 22, 2019

One weekend, three events and plenty of opportunities to rub shoulders with one of the best women’s hockey players in the world. announced that women’s hockey star, and Team Canada Olympic gold and silver medallist, Natalie Spooner will be joining them for the annual Grindstone charity weekend in Kelowna,...

May 22, 2019

May 22, 2019

Some time ago, I asked for advice in the What inline skates should I use for my off-season training? I have been inline skating since I was a little kid but usually with fitness skates, so I had no idea what would be best for hockey training. was what I was told is pricy but the best I can get if I...

May 21, 2019

May 21, 2019

I started playing hockey in Malaysia when I was 12. I trained once in a while and played in some local leagues and recreational tournaments. When I was 19, I played for the first ever for the Malaysia national women’s team. All these years, I felt that there was something missing. When I watched hockey...

May 21, 2019

May 21, 2019

Tell us about yourself!My name is Reese and I’m ten years old. I’m from Bel Air, MD and in the fourth grade. I started hockey skating and basics at age seven after I got tired of going to my brother’s hockey lessons. Shortly after I began cross ice. One of my coaches put me in net and after a couple...

May 20, 2019

May 20, 2019

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Alyaa Nuval Othman | Malaysia

I started playing hockey in Malaysia when I was 12. I trained once in a while and played in some local leagues and recreational tournaments. When I was 19, I played for the first ever for the Malaysia national women’s team. All these years, I felt that there was something missing. When I watched hockey…

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