Three Stingers grab bronze at Nationals

Despite having their 2002-2003 season come to an abrupt end, six former and current members of the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team proved to the nation that they are nowhere close to being forgotten in last weekend’s 2003 Esso Women’s Nationals held in Saskatoon, SK.

Despite having their 2002-2003 season come to an abrupt end, six former and current members of the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team proved to the nation that they are nowhere close to being forgotten in last weekend’s 2003 Esso Women’s Nationals held in Saskatoon, SK.

Forwards Leanne McPhee and Leanne Martell, along with All-Star defender Sue Kaye, played for their home province of Nova Scotia, snatching the sixth place of the tournament.

However, the members of Team Quebec, which are mainly from the CEGEP level, learned a little lesson in Stinger domination last weekend.

Current Concordia assistant coach and former captain Lisa-Marie Breton went from being a mere memory in everyone’s minds to becoming reality on ice as she was named captain of Team Quebec.

Furthermore, she was assisted by this past season’s captain Marie-Claude Allard, and the two were reunited with their prot

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