2000
Hometown : Drummondville, QC
         
1999-2000 Team : Ste-Julie Panthers, QC
         

Position

Shoots

Height

Weight

Birth

F/A

L/G

5'6/145cm

145lbs/63kg

02/08/73

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Statistics

Team Year

GP

G

A

P

PIM

WWHC 1992

5

4

4

8

0

WWHC 1994

5

1

6

7

0

PacRim 1996

5

6

3

9

0

3Nations 1996

4

2

1

3

0

WWHC 1997

5

4

2

6

2

3Nations 1997

4

3

4

7

2

Pre-Oly 1998

21

5

12

17

12

Olympics 1998

6

1

2

3

10

3Nations 1998

4

2

1

3

6

Tour 1999

1

1

3

4

0

WWHC 1999

5

4

4

8

0

3Nations 1999

4

1

2

3

4

NWT Totals Year

69

34

44

78

36

Jofa-Titan 98-99

19

15

6

21

4

QC, Esso 1999

5

5

5

10

2

Ste-Julie 99-00

24

21

15

34

16

International

Member of Canada's Team which captured the 1999 3 Nations Cup in Montreal QC. ... Member of Canada's gold medal winning National Women's Team at 1999, 1997, 1994 and 1992 World Women's Hockey Championships ... Member of Canada's silver medal winning National Women's Team at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan ... Scored overtime winning goal at 1997 World Women's Hockey Championship

Hockey Background

This season, Nancy is the captain of the Ste-Julie Panthères ... Won gold medal as a member of Team Québec at 1999 Esso Women's National Championship, and was named Most Valuable Player in Final ... Named Most Valuable Forward at 1997 Esso Women's National Championship, scoring 7 points (4G,3A) in 5 games ... Named Most Valuable Forward and was Top Scorer at 1994 Esso Women's National Championship, scoring 19 points (6G,13A)

Personal

Daughter of Denis and Viviane ... Has one brother, Christian (23) ... Bilingual ... Graduated with a degree in Orthotherapy from A.P.P.A.S.Q. ... Runs the Nancy Drolet and Friends Hockey School ... Named Sport Federation of Canada Junior Athlete of the Year in 1992 .. Silver medallist at the 1991 Pan-american Games in Cuba with Canada's National Softball Team ... Participated in Canada Winter and Summer Games in 1989 and in 1991 in hockey and in softball

Statistics

Team Year

GP

G

A

P

PIM

3Nations 1997

4

0

3

3

0

Pre-Oly 1998

21

2

3

5

8

Olympics 1998

6

1

1

2

2

3Nations 1998

4

0

0

0

4

WWHC 1999

5

1

0

1

6

3Nations 1999

4

0

2

2

0

NWT Totals Year

44

4

9

13

20

Beatrice 98-99

32

7

9

16

2

ON, Esso 1999

4

0

0

0

0

Beatrice 99-00

-

-

-

-

-

International

Member of Canada's Team which captured the 1999 3 Nations Cup in Montreal QC. ... Won a gold medal with Canada's National Women's Team at 1999 World Women's Hockey Championship ... Won a gold medal with Canada at 1998 3 Nations Cup, and a silver medal in 1997 ... Member of Canada's silver medal winning National Women's Team at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan

Hockey Background

This season, Becky is playing with the Beatrice Aeros of North York, ON ... Played with the Brown University Bears from 1993-1994 to 1996-1997 ... Named Most Valuable Player with Brown and won several other All-Conference awards in 1995-1996 ... Scored 20 goals and added 29 assists in 23 games in 1994-1995 ... Won a gold medal with Team Ontario at 1993 National Under 18
Championship and was named the Most Valuable Player in the final game ... Played all her minor hockey in Glanbrook

Personal

Daughter of Wayne and Shirley ... Has one brother, Nathan ... Graduated from Brown University in May of 1997 with a B.A. in Psychology, Teaching Certificate ... Awarded Academic All-Ivy in 1997 (combination of athletics and academics) ... Played 4 years on Brown University softball team (2nd base) ... Favorite NHL Player: Wendel Clark

For more information:
Kalli Quinn Director, Female National Teams | Équipes nationales féminines