2016-17 National Women's Development Team

National Women’s Development Team Summer Showcase Roster
Name S/C Ht. Wt. Born Hometown 2016-17 Team
Goaltenders
Erica Howe L/G 5’9” 153 07/17/92 Orleans, Ont. Brampton (CWHL)
Stephanie Neatby L/G 5’11” 160 09/17/98 Toronto, Ont. Princeton University (ECAC)
Shea Tiley L/G 5’10” 148 12/02/96 Shallow Lake, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Julia Vandyk L/G 5’8” 150 04/28/97 Cambridge, Ont. Colgate University (ECAC)
Defence
Jaime Bourbonnais R/D 5’7” 125 09/09/98 Mississauga, Ont. Cornell University (ECAC)
Alexandra Calderone L/G 5’4” 135 02/04/97 Kirkland, Que. Boston University (HE)
Codie Cross L/G 5’3” 120 02/22/98 Airdrie, Alta. Northeastern University (ECAC)
Lindsey Donovan L/G 5’9” 144 09/09/98 Miramichi, N.B. St. Francis Xavier University (AUS)
Micah Hart L/G 5’8” 152 01/13/97 Saanichton, B.C. Cornell University (ECAC)
Jessica Healey L/G 5’3” 146 10/14/96 Edmonton, Alta. University of Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)
Halli Krzyzaniak R/D 5’7” 161 02/04/95 Neepawa, Man. University of North Dakota (WCHA)
Allie Munroe L/G 5’7" 153 04/20/97 Yarmouth, N.S. Syracuse University (HE)
Savannah Newton L/G 5’4” 162 02/16/96 Middle Sackville, N.S. Boston University (HE)
Josiane Pozzebon L/G 5’5” 131 03/25/97 Bourget, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Stephanie Sucharda R/D 5’8” 143 03/11/97 Mississauga, Ont. Princeton University (ECAC)
Kaitlin Tse L/G 5’7” 148 06/25/97 Toronto, Ont. Harvard University (ECAC)
Forwards
Lindsay Agnew L/G 5’7” 138 03/09/98 Oakville, Ont. University of Minnesota (WCHA)
Victoria Bach L/G 5’4” 124 07/12/96 Milton, Ont. Boston University (HE)
Hanna Bunton L/G 5’8” 142 05/07/95 Belleville, Ont. Cornell University (ECAC)
Kristyn Capizzano L/G 5’1” 124 01/03/95 Oakville, Ont. Boston College (HE)
Emily Clark L/G 5’7” 130 11/28/95 Saskatoon, Sask. University of Wisconsin (WCHA)
Sarah-Ève Coutu-Godbout L/G 5’7” 131 06/16/97 Rouyn-Noranda, Que. Quinnipiac University (ECAC)
Jade Downie-Landry L/G 5’7” 147 10/03/95 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que. McGill University (RSEQ)
Loren Gabel L/G 5’4” 147 07/24/97 Kitchener, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Karly Heffernan L/G 5’7” 145 02/06/96 Sherwood Park, Alta. Harvard University (ECAC)
Ryleigh Houston R/D 5’4” 138 09/14/98 Winnipeg, Man. Univeristy of North Dakota (WCHA)
Shae Labbe R/D 5’6” 172 01/06/97 Calgary, Alta. Colgate University (ECAC)
Alexandra Labelle L/G 5’6” 155 02/27/96 St-Louis-de-Gonzague, Que. Université de Montréal (RSEQ)
Rebecca Leslie R/D 5’5” 118 05/08/96 Ottawa, Ont. Boston University (HE)
Rhyen McGill L/G 5’7” 136 10/28/97 Whitby, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Eden Murray L/G 5’3” 143 11/30/95 Medicine Hat, Alta. Yale University (ECAC)
Sarah Nurse L/G 5’8” 140 01/04/95 Hamilton, Ont. University of Wisconsin (WCHA)
Kristin O’Neill L/G 5’4” 125 03/30/98 Oakville, Ont. Cornell University (ECAC)
Ève-Audrey Picard L/G 5’6” 138 02/16/96 Longueuil, Que. University of Vermont (HE)
Sarah Potomak L/G 5’5” 140 12/19/97 Aldergrove, B.C. University of Minnesota (WCHA)
Christina Putigna L/G 5’8” 145 10/16/97 Hamilton, Ont. Providence College (HE)
Brooke Stacey L/G 5’10” 140 06/28/96 Kahnawake, Que. University of Maine (HE)
Invited, but unable to attend
Goaltenders
Marlene Boissonnault L/G 5’10” 171 06/19/97 Dundee, N.B. Cornell University (ECAC)
Maude Trevisan L/G 5’10” 155 05/04/97 Montreal, Que. Saint-Laurent (CEGEP)
Forwards
Valérie Audet L/G 5’4” 136 06/16/97 St-Bruno, Que. Cornell University (ECAC)
Ashleigh Brykaliuk R/D 5'7" 127 06/15/95 Brandon, Man. University of  Minnesota (WCHA)
Catherine Dubois L/G 5’9” 175 07/29/95 Charlesbourg, Que. Université de Montréal (RSEQ)
Élizabeth Giguère R/D 5’9” 158 05/08/97 Quebec City, Que. Limoilou (CEGEP)

 

Staff
President & Chief Executive Officer Tom Renney Cranbrook, B.C. Hockey Canada
Chief Operating Officer Scott Smith Bathurst, N.B. Hockey Canada
General Manager, National Women’s Team Programs Melody Davidson Oyen, Alta. Hockey Canada
Head Coach Noémie Marin Acton Vale, Que. John Abbott College (CEGEP)
Assistant Coach Nadine Muzerall Etobicoke, Ont. University of Minnesota (WCHA)
Assistant Coach Amanda Benoit-Wark Welland, Ont. Ridley College (JWHL)
Goaltending Consultant Max Joyal Saint-Joseph de Beauce, Que. Limoilou (CEGEP)
Video Coach Justin Simpson Markham, Ont. Providence (HE)
Strength and Conditioning Coach Eric Innes Quebec City, Que. Limoilou (CEGEP)
Equipment Manager Mike Matthies Prince George, B.C. BC Hockey
Doctor Dr. Marcus Robinson Calgary, Alta. University of Calgary (CIS)
Therapist Jami Boyd Minnedosa, Man. Hockey Canada
Massage Therapist Courtney Loach Calgary, Alta. Calgary Buffaloes
Mental Training Consultant Doug Swanson Sorrento, B.C. Hockey Canada
Manager, Female National Teams Lesley Reddon Mississauga, Ont. Hockey Canada
Manager, Hockey Operations/Female National Teams Amber Lesage Garden River, Ont. Hockey Canada
Coordinator, Hockey Operations/Female National Teams Tania Kenny Toronto, Ont. Hockey Canada
Summer Student, Female Hockey Operations Drew McLaughlin Saint John, N.B. Hockey Canada

 

Camp Staff/
Coach Cassie Turner Richelieu, Que. Quinnipiac University (ECAC)
Coach Carla MacLeod Calgary, Alta. Edge School (CSSHL)
Coach Rob Morgan Medicine Hat, Alta. Yale University (ECAC)
Coach Leah Copeland Calgary, Alta. University of Alberta (CWUAA)
Goaltending Consultant Kyle MacDonald Rothesay, N.B. Saint John (NBPEIMMHL)
Video Coach Adam Tresoor Calgary, Alta. Okanagan Hockey Academy (CSSHL)
Strength and Conditioning Coach Ben Baharami Hamilton, Ont. McMaster University (OUA)
Equipment Manager Alex Menzes Gatineau, Que. Ottawa (NHL)
Therapist Mark Packwood Thorold, Ont. London (OHL)
Massage Therapist James Johnston Campbell River, B.C. Victoria (BCHL)
Mental Training Consultant Paula McQuaid Charlottetown, P.E.I. Hockey Canada
Media Relations Esther Madziya Lethbridge, Alta. Hockey Canada
Videos
Photos
2017 NST: Gangneung gold celebrated in Saskatoon
Gangneung gold celebrated in Saskatoon
2017 NWT: Giving back to the community
Canada’s National Women’s Team took time out from its training camp in Fredericton, N.B.
2017 MWC: SWE 2 – CAN 1 (SO) (Gold medal)
Pickard made 40 saves, but Canada settled for silver at the worlds.
2017 MWC: CAN 4 – RUS 2 (Semifinal)
Canada erased a two-goal deficit to advance to the gold medal game.
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