Ex-Stingers Win Highest Honour
Former Players Hoist Clarkson Cup
The Montreal Stars won the Clarkson Cup on March 27, earning themselves the highest honor in North American women’s hockey by shutting out the Toronto Aeros in the final with a decisive 5-0 victory.
Among those sharing the honor were ex-Concordia Stingers players Kelly Sudia, Donna Ringrose, Emilie Luck and Lisa-Marie Breton. Breton currently captains the Stars and also serves as the assistant coach for the Stingers women’s hockey team.
“It’s certainly good for our program and another feather in their cap,” said Stingers head coach Les Lawton. “It gives players an opportunity to play once their university careers are over.”
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