Lindsay Bennett

Skills Development Coach

Lindsay grew up and played minor hockey in Lively, ON. After joining the Sudbury Lady Wolves for her midget seasons Lindsay was offered a scholarship to play with the University of Wisconsin Superior. After 4 successful seasons with Wisconsin Superior, Lindsay returned home to pursue her career as a teacher, but her love of hockey continues. She has spent time coaching high school hockey, as well as time as a coach at the Troy Crowder hockey school. She has returned full circle and now coaches Sudbury Lady Wolves hockey.

Jamie Ricci

Associate Skills Development Coach

Jamie grew up playing hockey in the Sudbury region. She played several years with the Sudbury Lady Wolves. She also spent time playing hockey at College Notre-Dame. As a first year midget with the Lady Wolves, Jamie won the bronze medal at the Esso Cup. Her following season, they travelled to Red Deer, Alberta and won the gold medal as National Midget Champions. Throughout her 3rd season representing Sudbury at the highest level, Jamie and her teammates gave back to the community which has left a lasting impact among our current and future Lady Wolves. This involvement with younger players ignited Jamie's passion for coaching. Jamie immediately started helping out with the Novice Lady Wolves team and has continued to assist both on and off the ice with this year's Peewee A Team.

Myla developed a passion for hockey at a young age when she joined her first local house league team. Since the first time lacing up her skates she has since moved on to play at more competitive levels of hockey including her National Championship for Women’s Midget AA back in 2015. After leaving the Lady Wolves Program, Myla went on to be an associate captain with the Laurentian University Women's Hockey Program. A firm believer in hard work, Myla has gained a multitude of experiences relating to coaching and instructing including learn-to-skate programs, power skating, and skills and stickhandling development for young athletes. She looks forward to sharing her knowledge and expertise when working with your children at the Women’s Hockey Academy.

Madison Laberge

Associate Skills Development Coach

At a young age, Madison fell in love with the game of hockey. Madison played her minor both in the Lady Wolves program as well as the Nickel City Sons program. As a first year midget, Madison played in the PWHL with the Whitby Junior Wolves. After returning home for her final two Midget seasons, Madison was able to take represent her home town in the National Women's Midget Championship hosted in Sudbury. Madison captained her team to a 2nd place finish. Throughout this time, Madison spent countless hours helping and coaching young girl hockey players in the city.

After graduating from the Lady Wolves program, Madison is currently studying at Nippissing University in the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education. She also plays a strong part on the Nippissing Lakers women's hockey team. She is a believer in hard work and dedication not only in sport, but also in school. She looks forward to sharing her experience and knowledge with your young players at the Women's Hockey Academy.

Joanna Kent

Certified Yoga Instructor

Yoga compliments other aspects of a hockey team's conditioning program, which includes strength training, plyometrics and healthy eating. For an athlete, the main benefits of yoga include optimizing structural efficiency, improving stability and range of motion and building physical and mental resilience. 

Joanna is excited to work with your team and daughters. Please Contact us for more information.

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