Sarah Edney Shines in Sensational Debut with Buffalo Beauts

Photo credit: Michael Hetzel, Shelley Swaszt
Photo credit: Michael Hetzel, Shelley Swaszt

The following article appeared on www.womenshockeylife.com Wednesday, October 17, 2017 featuring former Harvard standout Sarah Edney.

By Women's Hockey Life staff

With the defense of their Isobel Cup title about to begin, the Buffalo Beauts feature a roster with several significant additions. Among the new faces ready to make an impact includes one of the most talented free agent blueliners. Enhancing the presence of the Beauts defensive attack, Sarah Edney holds the potential to be a strong contender for the Defensive Player of the Year Award. 

An alum of the Harvard Crimson, where she was named the ECAC's Best Defenseman in 2015, along with nods to the All-Ivy League First Team and First Team All-ECAC Edney boasts a remarkable hockey resume. From competition at the Canada Winter Games to participating in an All-Star Gala at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, she also brings significant professional experience to Buffalo. Having spent two seasons in the Greater Toronto Area with a club based out of Brampton, she was part of a dazzling defensive unit that also included Laura Fortino and Jocelyne Larocque.

The arrival of the postseason resulted in Edney officially being welcomed into the Beauts’ fold, donning team colors in an exhibition match against Team China. Not only did the match signify her first appearance with the club, it rekindled another fond memory in her captivating hockey odyssey.

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