Saturday, April 20, 2024 | Vollmer Complex, LaSalle
Come join Play For A Cure in a unique experience for youth female hockey players who will be instructed by our region’s best female coaches and some of the World’s best players.
* Divisions may be re-evaluated once players register
Each Girl receives:
All proceeds from this event will go towards Play For A Cure.
Register by selecting the appropriate division
Timing and Schedule
MEET YOUR SKILLS COACHES
Meghan Agosta, from Ruthven Ontario, has been a member of the Canadian Women’s National Hockey Team since 2004. She has played in four Olympic Winter Games, winning gold in Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010, and Sochi 2014, and recently won a silver medal in Pyeongchang, South Korea. With nine goals and six assists, she was the top scorer at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and was voted Most Valuable Player and Best Forward as well as being named to the Media All-Star Team.
Agosta has also been a part of eight World Championship teams, winning gold in 2007 and 2012 to go with silver medals.
Megan is an American hockey player who has played with the US National team, KRS Vanke Rays, Markham Thunder, Buffalo Beauts, and college for the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Megan has 2 Olympic Silver medals, 4 World Championships, 2 Silver World Championships a U18 World Championships gold medal, and 2 College National Championships.
Known as the foremost pioneer of women’s hockey, and one of its original superstars, Angela James has broken many hockey barriers, being part of the first induction class into the Hockey Hall of Fame to include women in 2010, and being the first openly gay player and second ever black athlete to be inducted. James rose to prominence throughout the 1980’s starring for numerous senior women’s teams throughout Ontario, before winning four World Women’s Hockey Championships for Canada from 1990 to 1997. James has been recognized for her contributions to hockey, and has been inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame, the IIHF Hall of Fame, and has received the Order of Canada.
Sami Jo Small
Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sami Jo Small’s career with the Canadian Women’s National Team spanned over a decade, winning four World Championships, and an Olympic Gold at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Prior to her time with the National Team, Small studied at Stanford University earning a Mechanical Engineering Degree on a Track & Field Scholarship while continuing to play hockey on the men’s club team. Today, Small is an accomplished motivational speaker, and runs hockey schools in her native Winnipeg, and Oakville.
Kim is a Filipino-American hockey coach/player who is the USA Hockey Associate-Coach-in-Chief for the state of Michigan, USAH Coach Developer, and is a coach at the USAH National Player Development Camps. During her playing career, she was drafted to the Markham Thunder and is an alumna of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in Faribault, MN. Kim runs a nonprofit organization in Detroit to help grow the game in underserved communities.
Carrie Sekela has over 25 years of experience coaching every level of a hockey player from beginner to elite. Before her university career, she won a national championship with U18 Team Ontario. She was a two-sport NCAA athlete at Dartmouth College where she captained the ice hockey team to an ECAC and Ivy League Championship. Living in New England after graduation she ran several teams and individual hockey skills clinics while also coaching at the High School level and earning her Master’s in Education from Harvard University. Returning to Canada she coached the OUA University of Windsor Lancers, before returning to the classroom and coaching at the minor league level. Carrie is currently the on-ice skills coach for the U18AA Wildcats.
Stephanie has an extensive background in coaching women’s hockey for over 20 years, which includes experience at the international level with Hockey Canada. She has represented the red and white on numerous occasions and has captured both a gold and silver medal at the IIHF World Championships.
She also currently sits on the OUA women in sport committee, and the U SPORTS STSC women’s hockey committee, while also serving as the chair of the Hockey Canada female policy committee and the Chair of the Board of BC Hockey.
Stephanie is currently the Director of Athletics at the University of Windsor.
Amy, who played five years from 16’ – 22’ with the University of Windsor Lancers is currently on the Lancer staff and player development coach and trainer at Prospects Athletics.
Ashley was the Captain of the University of Windsor Women’s hockey team playing defence and she is currently the assistant coach of the Lakeshore Lightning U18 AA women’s team.
Cait is a Windsor, ON native and alumni of Sun Parlour Female Hockey where she played 10 years of travel hockey.
She has 8 years of Goaltending Coaching experience at various levels in both boy’s and girl’s hockey. She is the current Goaltending Coach for the University of Windsor Lancers Women’s Hockey Team and a Goaltending Coach and Manager at Prospects Athletics in Lakeshore, ON.