2017-18 National Women's Development Team

National Women’s Development Team Summer Showcase Roster

Name S/C Ht. Wt. Born Hometown 2016-17 Team
Marlène Boissonnault L 5’10” 171 06/19/97 Dundee, N.B. Cornell University (ECAC)
Amelia Boughn L 5’7 160 04/03/96 Toronto, Ont. University of British Columbia (CWUAA)
*Tricia Deguire L 5’7  143 09/14/97 Sherbrooke, Que. McGill University (RSEQ)
Kassidy Sauve L 5’9” 151 05/19/96 Whitby, Ont. Ohio State University (WCHA)
Jaime Bourbonnais R 5’7” 125 09/09/98 Mississauga, Ont. Cornell University (ECAC)
Codie Cross L 5’3” 120 02/22/98 Airdrie, Alta. Northeastern University (ECAC)
Jess Healey L 5’3” 146 10/14/96 Edmonton, Alta. University of Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)
Josiane Pozzebon L 5’5” 131 03/25/97 Bourget, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Abagael Thiessen R 5’8” 142 05/26/98 Red Deer, Alta. St. Cloud State University (WCHA)
Brooke Stacey L 5'10 150 06/28/96 Kahnawake, Que. University of Maine (HE)
Lindsay Agnew L 5’7” 138 03/09/98 Oakville, Ont. University of Minnesota (WCHA)
Olivia Atkinson L 5’8” 142 01/06/97 Oakville, Ont. McGill University (RSEQ)
Victoria Bach L 5’4” 124 07/12/96 Milton, Ont. Boston University (HE)
Ashton Bell R 5’8” 140 12/07/99 Deloraine, Man. University of Minnesota Duluth (WCHA)
Loren Gabel L 5’4” 147 07/24/97 Kitchener, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Maggie Knott L 5’11” 154 03/14/98 Smiths Falls, Ont. Mercyhurst University (CHA)
Rebecca Leslie R 5’5” 130 05/08/96 Ottawa, Ont. Boston University (HE)
Emma Maltais L 5’4” 145 11/04/99 Burlington, Ont. Ohio State University (WCHA)
Hannah Miller L 5’9” 178 02/16/96 North Vancouver, B.C. St. Lawrence University (ECAC)
Kristin O’Neill L 5’4” 125 03/30/98 Oakville, Ont. Cornell University (ECAC)
Ève-Audrey Picard L 5’6” 138 02/16/96 Longueuil, Que. University of Vermont (HE)
Christina Putigna L 5’8” 145 10/16/97 Hamilton, Ont. Providence College (HE)
Sophie Shirley R 5’8” 120 06/30/99 Saskatoon, Sask. Okanagan Hockey Academy (CSSHL)
Invited, but unable to attend
Stephanie Neatby L 5’11” 160 09/17/98 Toronto, Ont. Princeton University (ECAC)
Shea Tiley L 5’10” 148 12/02/96 Shallow Lake, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Allie Munroe L 5’7" 153 04/20/97 Yarmouth, N.S. Syracuse University (CHA)
Kaitlin Tse L 5’7” 148 06/25/97 Toronto, Ont. Harvard University (ECAC)
Karly Heffernan L 5’7” 145 02/06/96 Sherwood Park, Alta. Harvard University (ECAC)

*Will play on U SPORTS team during camp

Chief Executive Officer Tom Renney Cranbrook, B.C. Hockey Canada
President & Chief Operating Officer Scott Smith Bathurst, N.B. Hockey Canada
General Manager, National Women’s Team Programs Melody Davidson Oyen, Alta. Hockey Canada
Director, National Women’s Team Programs Gina Kingsbury Rouyn-Noranda, Que. Hockey Canada
Head Coach Noémie Marin Acton Vale, Que. John Abbott College (CEGEP)
Assistant Coach Carla MacLeod Calgary, Alta. Edge School (CSSHL)
Assistant Coach Matt Desrosiers Port Colborne, Ont. Clarkson University (ECAC)
Goaltending Consultant Gord Woodhall Winnipeg, Man. Winnipeg (MFMHL)
Video Coach Adam Tresoor Edmonton, Alta. Hockey Canada
Strength and Conditioning Coach Ben Bahrami Hamilton, Ont. McMaster University (OUA)
Equipment Manager Andrew Davis Vankleek Hill, Ont. Concordia University (OUA)
Doctor Dr. Tina Atkinson Dartmouth, N.S. Halifax (QMJHL)
Therapist Kelsey Marshall Burlington, Ont. McMaster University (OUA)
Massage Therapist Julie Yew Montreal, Que. Montreal (CWHL)
Mental Training Consultant Sommer Christie Calgary, Alta. Hockey Canada
Senior Coordinator, National Women’s Team Programs Tania Kenny Toronto, Ont. Hockey Canada
Coordinator, National Women’s Team Programs Drew McLaughlin Saint John, N.B. Hockey Canada
Camp Staff
Equipment Manager Patrick Franey  Toronto, Ont. Toronto (CWHL)
Media Relations Kara Spady Castor, Alta. Hockey Canada
2023 WJC: CAN 6 – SVK 1 (Pre-Tournament)
Roy had a goal and an assist to help Canada past the Slovaks.
2022-23 NWT: CAN 3 – USA 2 OT (Game 5)
Serdachny was the overtime hero to keep Canada alive in the series.
2023 WJC: CAN 6 – SUI 0 (Pre-Tournament)
Shane Wright scored twice to lead Canada to shut out Switzerland.
2022-23 NWT: USA 2 – CAN 1 (Game 2)
Campbell finished with 32 saves, but Canada was edged in Kamloops.