1. Amanda Shaw One of the Unsung Heroes of Women's Hockey

    As one of the most underrated competitors in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League , Amanda Shaw is a stoic, hardworking defender that brings great maturity to the Toronto Furies lineup...

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  2. Aimee Kowalski Emerging as Elite Field General for Regina Riot

    As the Western Women’s Canadian Football League continues to grow, one position that continues to gain attention is quarterback. Among the league’s pivots, one of the finest is Aimee Kowalski of the Regina Riot ...

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  3. Okotoks Lady Outlawz Strongly Influenced by Spirit of Motherhood

    As one of the newer franchises in the budding Western Women’s Canadian Football League , the Okotoks Lady Outlawz possesses a unique quality; a large number of their competitors are also mothers...

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  4. Hockey Star Emmanuelle Blais Expands Her Athletic Scope with Cross Fit

    As a two-time NCAA Frozen Four champion and two-time Clarkson Cup champion, Emmanuelle Blais is a highly accomplished athlete with remarkable skill. She is continuing her commitment to fitness by engaging in the Cross Fit circuit...

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  5. Connie Fekete Brings Remarkable Enthusiasm to Calgary Rage

    As a member of the Calgary Rage , defensive back (and linebacker) Connie Fekete brings great enthusiasm to the roster...

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  6. Pauline Olynik Brings Presence to Manitoba Fearless Defense

    In the Western Women’s Canadian Football League , defensive back Pauline Olynik is a strong presence in the defensive backfield of the Manitoba Fearless ...

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  7. Marci Kiselyk One of the Two-Sport Stars on Saskatoon Valkyries

    With a background in basketball, Marci Kiselyk is one of several two-sport stars competing with the Saskatoon Valkyries ...

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  8. Carisa Polischuk Part of Huskies Pride on WWCFL Championship Squad

    As part of the first dynasty in the nascent history of the Western Women’s Canadian Football League , Carisa Polischuk is an articulate and highly accomplished athlete...

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  9. Manitoba Fearless Looking Forward to Strong Showing in 2013 WWCFL Season

    As one of two franchises in the Western Women’s Canadian Football League that compete in the city of Winnipeg, the Fearless are looking to emerge as the most dominant...

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  10. Manitoba Fearless Sends 3 to the Canadian National Football Team

    With 2013 marking the Women’s Tackle Football Championships , three members of the Manitoba Fearless have been named to the Canadian national team ...

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  11. Amy Wadsworth Leads New Expansion Franchise into 2013 WWCFL Season

    As the Western Women’s Canadian Football League expands to nine franchises, Amy Wadsworth is the architect behind the new franchise making its home in Grande Prairie, Alberta ...

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  12. Russia Beaming over Bronze Medal at 2013 IIHF Women's Worlds

    Heading into the 2014 Sochi Winter Games, the Russian women’s team wanted to have a strong finish at the 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds...

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  13. Maude Laramee a Building Block for Ottawa Gee Gees' Future

    As the Ottawa Gee Gees women’s hockey program works towards becoming a national championship contender, Maude Laramee has emerged as a building block...

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  14. WWCFL Enters 2013 Season with Optimism as Sport Looks to Grow

    As the Western Women’s Canadian Football League looks to gain traction, the eight-team league begins its regular season on May 4. This shall mark the third season in WWCFL history, as the budding league hopes interest continues to grow...

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  15. Brad Frost Reflects on Magical Dream Season with Golden Gophers

    Quickly emerging as one of the top coaches in NCAA women’s hockey, Minnesota Golden Gophers head coach Brad Frost had a season to remember...

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  16. Nadine Muzerall Continues Gophers Legacy as Member of Coaching Staff

    One of the first superstars that the Minnesota Golden Gophers women’s hockey program ever had, Nadine Muzerall joined the coaching staff in the autumn of 2011. Muzerall is also the program’s all-time leading goal scorer with 139...

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  17. Megan Bozek a Golden Girl with the US National Women's Team

    In a visceral matchup against archrival Canada in the gold-medal game of the 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds, Megan Bozek delivered. During the second period, Bozek scored on Canada’s Shannon Szabados to provide the US with a 2-1 lead...

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  18. Russians Make Statement Heading into Sochi with Bronze Medal Win

    Many themes were evident during the bronze medal match of the 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds. With Russia hosting the Sochi Winter Games in 2014, the ambitious program wanted a bronze medal to build momentum...

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  19. Heartbreak on Home Soil for Dejected Canadians as US Wins Gold

    Heading into the gold medal game of the 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds, Canada never lost a final on home soil. The Canadians hosted past IIHF Worlds in 1990, 1997, 2000, 2004 and 2007—all gold medal finishes...

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  20. Cheryl Pounder Establishing Herself as Best Color Commentator in Women's Hockey

    As the Canadian network TSN continues to expand its scope and broadcasts women’s hockey games, Cheryl Pounder is the perfect choice as color commentator...

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  21. Jayna Hefford Plays in 250th Game as Canada Moves on to Gold Medal Game

    The 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds has helped to solidify Jayna Hefford ’s legacy as one of the greatest to don the Canadian jersey...

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  22. Johanna Fallman Represents Bright Future on Swedish Blueline

    One of the younger players on the Swedish team competing at the 2013 IIHF Women’s Worlds, Johanna Fallman brings with her potential for a bright future. At 22 years of age, Fallman is one of 14 members of Team Sweden that are 22 or younger...

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  23. Pernilla Winberg Stands as One of the Great Ambassadors of Women's Hockey

    The spark plug of the Swedish offense, Pernilla Winberg plays with a remarkable determination and is focused on constantly giving her team a chance to win. Her legend grew out of the 2006 Torino Winter Games...

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  24. Brianna Decker Emerging as Strong Presence on Team USA's Offense

    Having won the Patty Kazmaier Award in 2012, Brianna Decker is one of the bright young stars for the US National Team...

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  25. Monique Lamoureux-Kolls Ready for the Next Challenges in Her Career

    Along with her sister Jocelyne, Monique Lamoureux -Kolls comprise a one-two scoring punch for a United States team eager to avenge their loss in the gold medal game at the 2012 IIHF Women’s Worlds...

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