Danièle Sauvageau
Assistant Coach

Bio. Info.
Born : -
Hometown : Deux-Montagnes, Québec
Hockey Background
  • Named Assistant Coach of Canada's Olympic Women's Hockey Team on May 15, 1997
  • Assistant Coach for the Canadian Team that won the Gold Medal at the inaugural 3-Nations Cup, held in Ottawa in October 1996
  • Member of the Coaching Staff at 1997 Women's World Championship in Kitchener, Ontario, where Canada won a fourth straight Gold Medal
  • Head Coach of Silver-Medal winning Team Québec at the Esso Women's Senior National Championship in March 1997
  • Led Team Québec to a Gold Medal in the Montreal Cup, a tournament with USA and Russia, in 1996
  • Assistant Coach of Canada's Gold Medal entry in the Pacific Rim Women's Championship in 1995
  • Led Team Québec to three Gold Medal performances at the 1994, 1995 an 1996 Women's National Championships
  • Coached Team Ferland-4 Glaces (Québec Women's Club team) to a National Championship 4th place finish in 1991 and later to a Bronze Medal in 1993
National Team Involvement
  • Assistant Coach of the Silver Medal team at the 1998 Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan
  • Assistant Coach of the team 2nd at the 1997 3-Nations Cup in Lake Placid, NY
  • Assistant Coach of the Gold Medal team at the 1997 World Championship in Kitchener, Ontario
  • Assistant Coach of the Gold Medal team at the 1996 3-Nations Cup in Ottawa, Ontario
  • Assistant Coach of the Gold Medal team at the 1995 Pacific Rim in San Jose, California
  • Member of the RCMP and the Montreal Urban Police for 12 years with 5 years served in the Narcotics Division
Points of Interest
  • Graduated from Université de Montréal and RCMP Police Academy
  • Head Coach of the Junior Program at the Olympic Oval in Calgary

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