Megan Potvin


My name is Megan Potvin and I am currently studying Human Kinetics at Laurentian University. Born and raised in Sudbury, I am a graduate of Lockerby Composite School where I participated in school sports such as flag football, soccer, and hockey throughout all four years. I also grew up playing with the Sudbury District Girls Association, but more specifically for the Sudbury Lady Wolves. Throughout my eleven years of playing hockey with the association, I learned many life skills as well as great hockey tips to pass on to younger generations. In the last two years, I had the opportunity to be a part of the Midget AA and Pewee AA Lady Wolves coaching staff. This role allowed me to learn a different aspect of the game, understand the importance of building relationships with the players, other coaches and parents as well as how to foster skill development and play. From this experience, I have reaffirmed my love of the sport and enjoy working with children to help them learn to love the game as much as I do.

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 Victoria VanSickle 

My name is Victoria VanSickle and I am currently in my third year studying Sport Psychology at Laurentian University. I am from Oakville, Ontario where I was previously a member of the Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association for 12 years. For the past two seasons, I have played for the Sudbury Lady Wolves intermediate ‘A’ hockey team. Throughout high school, I competed on the varsity girls rugby team as well as the varsity girls field hockey team. I am a member of the A&C Field Hockey Academy and was a co-captain of the u18 Field Hockey Ontario team in 2016. Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to work at Sami Jo Small’s female hockey school where I enjoyed working with young athletes on goalie development, power skating and fundamental skills.

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