December 20, 2019
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
Hockey NL, in partnership with Hockey Canada and the Hockey Canada Foundation, will be hosting the 2020 Global Girls’ Game in co-operation with the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). Presented by BFL Canada, the Canadian segment of the IIHF Global Girls’ Game will take place in St. John’s, NL, 3:00pm NST on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 at the Mile One Centre.
16 female players from across Newfoundland and Labrador have been selected to represent Hockey NL and Canada. This will be a weekend filled with meeting new people, leadership development, team building activities, off ice training, and playing for Team Canada on the international stage.
Hockey NL would like to announce the players selected for the 2020 Global Girls Game:
Rachel Hardy (D) – Labrador West Minor
Jessica Sacrey (F) – Churchill Falls Minor
Lauren Simms (F) – Lake Melville Minor
Kayla Bond (F) – Port Aux Basques Minor
Beth Simms (F) – Port Aux Basques Minor
Emma Osmond (D) – Port Aux Basques Minor
Brooklyn Payne (F) – Gander Minor
Sarah Budden (F) – Lewisporte Minor
Maddison Stuckless (G) – Springdale Minor
Aleah Drover (F) – Cee Bees Minor
Helena Fisher (F) – Bonavista Minor
Gina Kelly (F) – Cee Bees Minor
Hailey Bennett (G) – Bell Island Minor
Morgan Foss (F) – Paradise Minor
Lily Smith (F) – CBR Minor
Kelly Aylward (D) – Southern Shore Minor
The IIHF Global Girls’ Game originated in 2015. This unique event was created to unite federations around the world by having players from around the globe all playing for the same team. In Canada, we have developed this event to involve players from all Members to create a complete Canadian leg of the Global Game. Players chosen for this event exemplify positive attitudes, teamwork and leadership that reflect the philosophy of the Global Girls’ Game and hockey in Canada. Having two teams with players from all countries playing on each team, it truly brings cooperation and competition together.
For more information, please contact:
Executive Director, Hockey NL