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Twenty-One Canadian Officials Assigned to IIHF Events for 2012-13 Season
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October 29, 2012
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CALGARY, Alta. – Twenty-one Canadian officials have been assigned by the International Ice Hockey Federation to work at 12 different IIHF events during the 2012-13 season. All 21 officials are products of the Hockey Canada Officiating Program.

CANADIAN OFFICIALS ASSIGNED TO IIHF EVENTS IN 2012-13
Referees (hometown) HCOP IIHF Event Location
Gabrielle Adriano-Lortie (Montreal, Que.) Level IV World Women's U18 Championship Vierumäki, Finland
Geneviève Bordeleau (Montreal, Que.) Level III Olympic Pre-Qualification, Women's Gr. E Shanghai, China
Mélanie Bordeleau (Montreal, Que.) Level IV World Women's Championship Ottawa, Ont.
Devin Klein (Medicine Hat, Alta.) Level VI Olympic Pre-Qualification, Men's Gr. J Nikko, Japan
Meghan Mallette (Fredericton, N.B.) Level IV World Women's Championship, Div. II, Gr. B Puigcerda, Spain
Sylena Mutsaers (Hamilton, Ont.) Level IV World Women's Championship, Div. I, Gr. B Strasbourg, France
Steve Papp (Kelowna, B.C.) Level VI World U18 Championship Sochi, Russia
Devin Piccott (Dartmouth, N.S.) Level VI World U18 Championship, Div. I, Gr. A Asiago, Italy
Heather Richardson (Toronto, Ont.) Level IV World Women's U18 Championship, Div. 1 Qual. Dumfries, Scotland
Pat Smith (Vancouver, B.C.) Level VI World Junior Championship Ufa, Russia
Pascal St-Jacques (Laval, Que.) Level VI World Championship, Div. I, Gr. A Budapest, Hungary
Linesman (hometown) HCOP IIHF Event Location
Meagan Boyle (Scarborough, Ont.) Level III World Women's Championship, Div. II, Gr. A Auckland, New Zealand
Jordan Browne (Toronto, Ont.) Level IV Olympic Pre-Qualification, Men's Gr. J Nikko, Japan
Denise Caughey (Quebec City, Que.) Level IV World Women's Championship Ottawa, Ont.
Francois Dussereault (Sherbrooke, Que.) Level IV World Junior Championship Ufa, Russia
Stephanie Gagnon (Sherbrooke, Que.) Level III World Women's Championship Ottawa, Ont.
Justin Hull (Burnaby, B.C.) Level IV World Championship, Div. I, Gr. A Budapest, Hungary
Benoit Martineau (Marieville, Que.) Level IV World U18 Championship, Div. III, Gr. A Taipei City, Chinese Taipei
Lacey Senuk (St. Albert, Alta.) Level IV Olympic Pre-Qualification, Women's Gr. E Shanghai, China
Vanessa Stratton (Toronto, Ont.) Level III World Women's U18 Championship Vierumäki, Finland
Matt Traub (Stouffville, Ont.) Level IV World U18 Championship Sochi, Russia

The Hockey Canada Officiating Program (HCOP) is for anyone interested in officiating the game of hockey, from beginners to seasoned veterans. There are six levels in the HCOP, from those looking to get started to the top tier of officials.

For more information on the Hockey Canada Officiating Program and all of Hockey Canada’s development programs, visit www.hockeycanada.ca.


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