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THE 5th ANNUAL
LS7 STICKS IN FOR CHARITY
ROAD HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Kate Bierness

Kate Beirness is a well known and much loved Canadian television sportscaster, currently working as a host for SportsCentre on TSN. She was born and raised in Port Perry, Ontario and dreamed of playing in the WNBA until an injury derailed her basketball dreams. She worked her way up in the broadcasting world getting some “air” time and working her way from part time to her current position. Kate is still passionate about basketball and fitness is a role model to inspiring the next generation of female leaders.

Darren Dutchyshen

Darren co-hosts the evening edition of SportsCentre on TSN alongside Jennifer Hedger. In this capacity, Darren delivers the latest in sports news and highlights. He is one of Canada’s most well-known sports personalities, as his career in sports began with TSN in 1995. He also had the opportunity to host Olympic Prime Time on TSN during the London 2012 Olympic Games and Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

Kyle Buchanan

Kyle Buchanan is a 10-year vetran of the National Lacrosse League (NLL), and is currently playing for the Buffalo Bandits. He's also suited up for San Diego, New England, Philadelphia and Washington.

Britt MacLean

Britt MacLean is a retired member of the Canadian National Swim Team, ending her career as the Canadian record holder in the 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle events. She was named to Canada’s Olympic team for the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics, where she won a Bronze Medal in the women’s 4 x 200m freestyle relay. At the University of Georgia, she set NCAA records to win the 500 yard and 1650 yard freestyle events, helping the Lady Bulldogs to their second straight national title, and earning her Swimmer of the Meet honours at the NCAA Championships.

Daniel Ciampini

Daniel Ciampini

Daniel Ciampini is a Canadian professional ice hockey winger currently playing with the Rytíři Kladno of the Czech Extraliga. Prior to Europe, he spent 6 seasons playing between the AHL and ECHL.

Jayna Hefford

Jayna Hefford

Jayna Hefford is a 5-time Olympic champion, winning 4 gold medals and 1 silver medal. She is also a 7-time world champion who ranks number 2 all-time in games played (267) and goals scored (157) for Canada’s National Women’s Team. After an exceptional career, Jayna was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018. Today, she continues to have great influence on her sport as the lead consultant for the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA).

Victoria Bach

Victoria Bach

Victoria Bach is a member of the Professional Women's Hockey Players Association and the Canadian national team. A graduate of Boston University, she was the first player in the Terriers' women's ice hockey program to score more than 100 goals.

Darren Raddysh

Darren Raddysh

Darren Raddysh is a 5-year professional hockey player. He played this past season with the Tampa Bay Lightning and their AHL farm team, the Syracuse Crunch. He's also played for the Rockford Ice Hogs and Hartford Wolf Pack in the AHL.

Natalie Spooner

Natalie Spooner is a 3-time Olympic medalist as a member of Team Canada, winning a gold medal in 2014, a silver medal in 2018, and another gold in 2022. She also won the CWHL Clarkson Cup in 2014 as a member of the Toronto Furies. Natalie has an adventurous side and has participated in 2 reality show competitions – the Amazing Race Canada: Season 2, and Battle of the Blades: Season 5.

Petra Nieminen

Petra Nieminen is an alternate captain of the Finnish women's national team, and a 2-time Winter Olympic bronze medalist (2018 & 2022). She currently plays in the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL) with Luleå HF/MSSK where she has won the league championship twice. She is considered one of the top young talents in Finnish ice hockey.

Marie-Philip Poulin

Marie-Philip Poulin

Marie-Philip Poulin is a three-time Olympic and two-time World champion with the Canadian national team. Serving as Captain of Team Canada since 2015, Marie-Philip famously scored the game-winning goal in the gold medal games in three out of four of the Olympics in which she competed (2010, 2014 and 2022), earning her nickname "Captain Clutch" by her teammates, fans, and the media.

Ella Shelton

Ella Shelton

In her Olympic debut, Ella Shelton earned a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. She also competed in the 2018 Nations Cup, the 2019 Rivalry Series, and the IIHF Women’s World Championships in 2021, helping Canada to a Gold Medal. Ella played hockey at Clarkson University earning back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2017 and 2018. She is also member of the PWHPA Toronto Region.

Jessie Eldridge

Jessie Eldridge

Jessie Eldridge skated for the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team during its Rivalry Series with the United States in February 2020. She was also centralized with the national team during the 2022 Winter Olympic cycle. Jessie played collegiate hockey at Colgate University. She is also a member of the PWHPA Montreal region.

Claire Thompson

Claire Thompson

In her Olympic debut, Claire Thompson earned a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. She joined Team Canada in 2019 and made her international World Championship debut in 2021 helping Canada win a Gold Medal. Claire played collegiate hockey at Princeton University for three seasons. She was a ​​four-time ECAC All-Academic team selection as well as a two-time AHCA All-America Scholar. Claire is also member of the PWHPA Toronto Region.

Megan Bozek

Megan Bozek

Megan Bozek is a member of the United States national women's hockey team. She won a gold medal at the 2018 Olympics, and a silver medal at the 2022 Olympics. Megan played with the KRS Vanke Rays of the Zhenskaya Hockey League during the 2020-21 season. She played her collegiate career with the Minnesota Golden Gophers women's ice hockey program.

Jill Saulnier

Jill Saulnier

Jill Saulnier is a member of the Canadian women's national hockey team. The Halifax born Olympic gold medalist serves as a role model in her community taking time to mentor girls hockey players through the Scotiabank Rising Teammates Program. Jill played collegiate hockey at Cornell University where she won Rookie of the Year honours in 2014.

Ailish Forfar

Ailish Forfar

Ailish Forfar is a writer and journalist, on-air host and reporter, content creator and social media manager. She is currently the co-host of the FAN Morning Show on Sportsnet590. In university, Ailish played two seasons with the Ryerson Rams, as well as two seasons for the Big Green of Dartmouth College in the NCAA D-1.

Jocelyne Larocque

Jocelyne Larocque

Jocelyne Larocque is a three-time Olympic medallist (2 x Gold, 1 x Silver). She played 4 seasons in the NCAA and has been a member of Team Canada for over 10 years. She was the first Indigenous athlete to participate in the women’s ice hockey tournament at the Winter Olympics in 2018, helping her team win a Silver Medal. She also has extensive experience competing in the IIHF Women’s World Championships.

Sarah Nurse

Sarah Nurse

Sarah made her debut with the Canadian women’s national hockey team at the 2015 4 Nations Cup.  In 2018, she represented Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics where she won a silver medal. Her success continued in Beijing 2022, where she  broke the points record for a single Olympic tournament with 18 points and helped Canada win the gold medal.

Erin Ambrose

Erin Ambrose

Erin Ambrose made her Olympic debut at Beijing 2022 where she helped Team Canada win the gold medal. Her four goals were the most by a defensive player in the tournament. Erin first joined the National Women’s Team in 2014, winning a gold medal at the Four Nations Cup. She helped Canada win silver at the same tournament in 2016 and 2017. It was also in 2017 that she made her debut at the IIHF Women’s World Championship, scoring one goal en route to the silver medal.

Becca King

Becca King

Becca is our reigning 2-time LS7 champion captain, winning both the 2018 and 2019 tournaments. Becca played 4 years of pro hockey with the Markham/Brampton Thunder of the CWHL winning the Clarkson Cup championship in 2018. She also played 5 years with the University of Manitoba winning 2 division titles. 

Emma Maltais

Emma Maltais

Emma made her Olympic debut at Beijing 2022, where she helped Canada win gold. She scored one goal and one assist in the tournament. Emma joined the ranks of the Canadian national team program for the first time in 2015 with the under-18 team. Just two months before the 2016 IIHF U18 Women's World Championship, she suffered a broken wrist in training but recovered in time to play for Canada. Emma also played in the NCAA with Ohio State University.

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