TORONTO, Ontario — Hockey Canada and Markham Thunder forward Laura Stacey had quite the whirlwind season. The 24-year-old won silver in her first Olympics games — picking up an assist in Canada’s 5-0 win over Russia in the medal round — then returned to the CWHL and scored the game-winning goal in overtime to help the Thunder win the Clarkson Cup.
CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), have announced the 23-player roster that has been nominated to represent Team Canada at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, Feb. 9-25 in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Part of three gold medal championship teams in women’s ice hockey at the Winter Games, Cherie Piper is an essential contributor in Canadian hockey lore. Stoic and self-assured, she assembled a solid playing career, providing every team that she played with a combination of scoring brilliance and a role as an ambassador for the game.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Gillian Apps has joined the Boston College women’s team as an assistant coach and will work with the Eagles’ forwards and also handle many of the team’s administrative duties.
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CALGARY, Alberta – Quinnipiac women's ice hockey assistant coach Amanda Mazzotta has been named as the goaltending coach for the Canada National Hockey Women's Under-18 Team, as announced by Hockey Canada on Tuesday, July 19, 2016.
Meriden — Mark Hudak has been hired as head girls ice hockey coach at Kimball Union Academy, three months after he stepped down as the women’s coach at Dartmouth College. Hudak will also teach math and may take on additional duties, KUA athletic director Mike Doherty wrote in an email confirming the hiring.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- ECAC Hockey was well represented in the 2013 Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) Draft, held Monday, August 26 in Mississauga, Ontario as 15 former student-athletes were chosen. The CWHL Draft took place via conference call with general managers from the Alberta Hockey Club, Brampton Thunder, Boston Blades, Montreal Stars and Toronto Furies set to select players from a list of 67 prospective players. It marked the fourth annual entry draft for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.
HANOVER, N.H.- A trio of Dartmouth women’s hockey alums have declared for the 2013 Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) draft as Reagan Fischer ’13, Sasha Nanji ’13 and Margaux Sharp ’13 are looking to make the next step in their hockey careers.
With their Dartmouth days behind them, former hockey stars Sasha Nanji ’13, Reagan Fischer ’12 and Margaux Sharp ’13 hope to keep their careers alive as they participate in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League draft at the end of August.
CALGARY, Alta. – The Big Red trio of Brianne Jenner, Laura Fortino and Lauriane Rougeau, along with former Cornell standout Rebecca Johnston and former Dartmouth standout Gillian Apps, are among a group of 27 players who will be centralized in Calgary with Canada’s National Women’s Team for the 2013-14 season, in preparation for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, taking place February 7-23 in Sochi, Russia, it was announced by Hockey Canada.
CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada announced that three-time Olympic gold medallist and former Dartmouth standout Cherie Piper, who also won one women’s world championship, has officially retired from international competition.
Gillian Apps, a former Dartmouth standout, is among 23 players named to Canada’s National Team roster for the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship, taking place April 2-9 in Ottawa, Hockey Canada announced.
CALGARY, Alta. – Four former League standouts are among the 23 players who have been invited to Canada’s National Women’s Team winter camp, taking place January 20-25, 2013 in Ottawa, Ont., Hockey Canada announced.