Missed some of the hottest women’s hockey news and stories from last week? We gotchu.
Here’s a look at the Women’s Hockey Life Talk from March 11-17:
By Mark Staffieri
The Markham Thunder of the CWHL showed teammwork off the ice at the Conn Smythe Celebrity Sports Dinner in support of the Easter Seals. Mark Staffieri highlights their evening and fundraising efforts.
By Liz Montroy
The Chinese Taipei team has won gold at the IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia in all three of its appearances and they’ll be the team to beat at this year’s CCOA. Liz Montroy highlights the team and how they’ve been preparing for the CCOA in April.
By Michaela Boyle
After a season-ending injury while playing NCAA D1 hockey, Michaela Boyle faced and overcame challenging adversity. She shares her story and gives advice on overcoming your own adversity in hockey and in life.
By Kristen Lipscombe
After the devestating Nova Scotia fire that claimed all seven of the Barho children, Halifax native Jillian Saulnier knew she had to do something for her community. Kristen Lipscombe highlights her Barho Charity Hockey Day fundraiser and Saulnier’s invovlement with it.
We highlight the women’s college hockey playoffs and how you can follow along (and get the results) with the NCAA D1 and D3, ACHA D1 and D2, U SPORTS, and ACAC leagues.
By Kyla Lane
After being sent this article from Dynamites’ head coach Sylvain Perrier, Kyla Lane put together the thoughts of the coach, parents and players of the Gatineau Dynamites novice girl’s hockey team after they were denied their spot in a hockey tournament after beating a boy’s team in a pre-tournament exhibition game.
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