by Hockey PEI Communications // @HockeyPEI // Monday, July 25th, 2022

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Hockey Canada announced on Thursday its roster of Team Staff who will lead Canada’s National Women’s Program ahead of the 2022-23 season.

Charlottetown’s Shannon MacAulay (Hockey Canada) has been named the Strength & Conditioning Coach for Canada’s National Women’s Development Team. The former National Team member suited up for Team Canada’s Under-18 team winning gold in the 2011-12 season before guiding her Clarkson University Golden Knights to an NCAA Championship in 2014. 

Canada’s National Women’s Development Team will join Canada’s National Women’s Team for selection camp in Calgary from Aug. 2-14 and will compete in a three-game series against the United States from Aug. 17-20.

This is an exciting time for Canada’s National Women’s Program as we welcome a staff of experienced coaches that have been involved at many levels of our program to lead our National Women’s Under-18 Team and National Women’s Development Team this season,” said Director of Hockey Operations, Gina Kingsbury. “It is also exciting to have all three of our national women’s teams in Calgary to kick off a new hockey season, and we look forward to welcoming our athletes and assembling teams for multiple events this summer.”

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