WOMEN'S TEAM CANADA (23)
Vaughan, Canada – The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is proud to name and congratulate the Women's captain for the 2022 World Ball Hockey Championship.
Melissa Miller will lead the group into Slovakia. The Kingston, Ontario native has been a leader in the locker room and continues to mould the group and young players the program has brought in over the years.
Miller has been with the program since 2013 and been a part of three gold and one silver medal wins.
“It’s an honour, it’s such a storied program” expressed Miller “We have a locker room full of great players and a bunch of great leaders.”
“We have a great group of young women leading our players, who are all prepared to lead the team in 2022" stated Terry King, Head Coach.
The 2022 World Ball hockey Federation Championships will be hosted in Bratislava, Slovakia the week of June 19-25.
Vaughan, Canada – The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is proud to congratulate the leadership group named for the 2022 World Ball Hockey Championship.
On Thursday, Canada announced the alternate captains for Canada’s National Team, with Corissa Parker, Shannon Turner and Isabel Menard.
“These three players are all leaders in their own right, who have the respect of their teammates,” said Terry King, Head Coach of Canada’s National Team.
King continued, "all three bring great character and determination and we are excited to have them as alternate captains.”
The 2022 World Ball hockey Federation Championships will be hosted in Bratislava, Slovakia the week of June 19-25.
The Captain announcement will be made on Saturday.
The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is hosting a Selection Camp for the Women’s O35 Masters (born in 1987 or earlier) team on Saturday, October 23 at Childrens Arena in Oshawa.
For the 2021 camp registration form, please click here and submit it to the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) no later than October 8, 2021
The Masters team will be attending the 2022 World Ball Hockey Federation Masters Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia the week of June 19 to June 25
CONCORD – November 18 – On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada and the High Performance Committee we are proud to announce the 2020 Women’s Team Canada roster for the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships being hosted in Nitra, Slovakia in late June. Canada will be attempting to reclaim gold as they prepare for the competition.
Team Canada staff was very busy scouting various events and have a few players returning from previous team and it is the players with international experience that will be a good foundation in preparing for this high level tournament. The players were selected, not just on high calibre skills, but for their personalities and community backgrounds as well.
General Manager, Terry King, “we feel we have gotten younger with some of the additions and upgraded our overall depth with the new players which will better prepare us for the championships.”
With that said, it is with great pride that we present you the 2020 Women’s Team Canada players & staff:
High Performance Director – Steve Dockerty; General Manager/Head Coach, Terrance King; Assistant Coaches, Doug Crossman & Adam Dixon; Administrative Director, Crystal Parker; and balance of staff will be named in the upcoming months
Goalies: Jalene McCulloch, Natasha Plourde
Defensemen: Lisa Buratynski, Shannon Doyle, Natasha King, Kelly Paton, Lindsey West
Forwards: Melissa Boal, Marissa Browning, Nicole Connery, Amanda Donaldson, Hokey Langan, Marissa McMullan, Isabel Menard, Melissa Miller, Mandy Mitchell, Corissa Parker, Jacqueline Priolo, Brittney Sero
Your Passion…Your Dedication…Play Like A Champion…Play Like Team Canada…Commit To The Culture of Excellence….We Are Canada
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The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Sue Smith to the position of General Manager for our Women’s Team Canada (WTC) Master’s program which will participate at the World Championships in Mississauga, Ontario in June of 2019.
Sue has a passion for our sport and enjoys working with the players who have the drive, desire and determination needed to succeed within the team. Over the past 10 years, she has worked with so many players/teams in the Toronto Women’s Ball Hockey League. She prides herself on player development and looks forward to working with the coaching staff and players working on strength & speed and assisting with the mental part of the game.
Smith added, “this is a wonderful opportunity to continue working with the great staff and players within the NBHAC. I have worked with many different individuals towards a common goal and this will be no different. We will have practices leading up to the championships and attempt to win gold.”
Joining Sue on the staff is Lorne Graham who has had previous coaching history as the head coach of various men’s, youth and women’s team in the Oshawa Ball Hockey League winning the Ontario Provincial Master’s Championship in 2018. Lorne’s involvement in ball hockey commenced in early 1980 and his strength as a coach is in his ability to see the whole picture and the attention to details.
The team’s assistant coach is Melissa Miller who has been a player on Women’s Team Canada since 2013 winning three gold and one silver medal and most recently was the assistant coach on the Girls U20 gold winning team in 2018. Melissa’s involvement in ball hockey has been at the high school level for the past six years and currently plays in the Greater Toronto Women’s Ball Hockey League.
Both Graham and Miller stress the teaching of the fundamentals of the game and strive to work in a team environment which supports the development of a strong work ethic where players and coaches can work together to achieve excellence.
The NBHAC has a selected a GOLDEN staff to lead the group of ladies in the Championships
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Our goal is to build a program that is recognized as the best in world. We have a reputation for excellence in our sport coupled with a strong sense of community, which fosters growth. We will prepare and assemble a Team of Ball Hockey Players from Canada to compete for Gold Medal at the World Championships.
The goal is to field teams that set extra-ordinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity. To create a “life experience” for members of Team Canada.
Athletic activities are an important part of our youth’s life experiences and this is reflected in our achievement in inter-provincial competition. We are seeking an outstanding individuals including, General Manager, Head Coach, Team Doctor, Therapist and Equipment Manager to be a part of our Team Canada program for each of our Women’s team.
The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada strives for excellence - in the quality of its players and community leaders and in the long tradition of athletic achievement. We are currently seeking a qualified candidate’s for the following contracts in preparation for the 2019 Women’s Master’s World Championships.
Please be advised that the NBHAC will have 3 teams in the Women’s Division, Canada West, Canada Central and Canada East so are looking for three complete staffs for each team.
The Women's Team Canada (WTC) program introduced their new uniforms in which are uniquely designed.
The jersey is a light weight knitted fabric with the entire design sublimated into the fabric, but has also been designed specific to the club – ONE TEAM.
• 19 small leafs on the front of the jersey represents each player
• 19 small leafs on the back of the jersey represents the families
• the front has CANADA across the front diagonally in an ATHLETIC style font
• the stripes up the arms and across the shoulders represent our country from sea to shining sea
• the jerseys will have a string collar is what ties OUR team and OUR nation together from the support of your family and friends whom will be cheering on OUR team
• the players name will be placed above the number
• the numbers on the sleeves will appear between the lines on the arms
• WTC logo will be placed on the shoulders
• the back player number will appear over the leafs
• the NBHAC logo will be placed below the back number in between the DIDF and Pink Ribbon logos
The shorts are available in black or red with the CANADA down both sides and player number on the left thigh. WTC logo with BALL HOCKEY is located on the right thigh.
Do It For Daron (DIFD) is about inspiring conversations, raising awareness, and transforming youth mental health. Supported by the energy and efforts of dozens of Daron’s close friends and classmates, a grassroots movement was formed with the mission of creating awareness, inspiring conversations, and transforming youth mental health. DIFD supports education, awareness, and research initiatives at The Royal that encourage young people to talk openly about mental illness and to ask for help when needed. The purple DIFD heart, a creation inspired by Daron’s favourite colour, has become the youth-driven symbol of this movement.
About Pink Ribbon Inc.
Pink Ribbon Inc. is a New York registered, internationally operating charity organization aimed to create a global community to support breast cancer patients, survivors and their families all over the world. The Pink Ribbon website supports the community by facilitating forums and blogs where thoughts, experience and information can be shared. Pink Ribbon is dedicated to raising breast cancer awareness and funding for breast cancer research
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Vaughan, Canada - The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada, in partnership with the High Performance Committee has announced the 19-player roster that has been selected to represent Team Canada at the 2018 World Ball Hockey Federation Championships, June 12-17 in Moscow, Russia.
The 19-player squad is comprised of fifteen players, who have represented Canada on the international stage in prior tournaments and are joined by four newcomers to the program.
Stephen Dockerty, General Manager stated, “it is a tremendous accomplishment to be chosen to represent your country in any sport.” Dockerty has previously held various positions with the Junior program. “We are thrilled with the 19 players selected and we know they will wear the Maple Leaf with great pride.”
“We are proud of our nations previous accomplishments, but the teams are getting better every championship and we are eager to take the next step in our process with this talented, motivated and athletic group of players,” added Dockerty.
He continued, “many of the players have provincial, national and international success and have worked hard to earn this moment and we are confident in challenging for the gold medal for the fourth consecutive championship.”
“On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada, I would like to congratulate the players named today, along with their leagues, club teams, families, coaches and officials who have helped them along the way,” said Dockerty. With that said, it is with great pride that we present you the 2018 Women’s Team Canada:
Goalies: Danielle Bailey and Jalene McCulloch
Defenseman: Jami Adams, Lisa Buratynski, Natasha King, Danielle Sero, Rachael Tricker and Lindsey West
Forwards: Brittany Agius, Gwynne Attenborough, Amanda Donaldson, Lyndsay Kirkham, Hokey Langan, Marissa McMullan, Isabel Menard, Melissa Miller, Corissa Parker, Desiree Robitaille and Brittney Sero
Your Passion…Your Dedication…Play Like A Champion…Play Like Team Canada…Commit To The Culture of Excellence