• Inspiring the Next Generation

    "You can't be what you can't see"

    Growing the Sport

    When I was first playing hockey I did not have many female hockey players to look up to. I was 13 years old when I saw my first gold medal and ironically it was from 2 Canadian players. That sparked my dream right then and there.

    Inspire Both

    I want to inspire both male and female athletes because equal treatment matters in every walk of life. I looked up to NHL players and my brother Rob was my idol growing up. Boys and girls have the same timeline until after high school. The skills needed for development can be done from childhood to high school.

    Growing the Sport

    Women's hockey participation has grown 34% in the past 10 years. It is among one of the fastest growing youth sports in the USA. As of 2019, 83,000 girls participated in ice hockey.

     

    Our #1 priority as professional athletes is training and preparing for competition but very close to that is putting in the work to inspire the next generation.

     

    Through camps, clinics, speaking events, and day to day interaction; we can change lives and become someone these kids look up to and aspire to be.

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