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Sophie Shirley played for Canada’s under-18 women’s hockey team (Hockey Canada Photo)

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(Continued from page 14) hile the veteran Saskatoon-based coach says he doesn’t have a lot of input in the decisions Hockey Canada makes, he can see Shirley playing on the senior national women’s team one day, competing at world championships and the Olympics. “Sophie has a lot of attributes that a lot of female players don’t have,” said Slobodzian. “You see it more on the boys’ side. Sophie has it with the way she shoots, handles the puck, and her deking ability. “Because of that, I really think she has a really good chance. A lot lays ahead. Sophie just needs to get a little bigger and stronger, which I am sure she is getting told by Hockey Canada already.” Following the 2014-15 season, Shirley sprouted up four inches in height growing from 5-foot-4 to 5-foot-8. In her first campaign with the Hounds JWHL squad, she finished third in team regular season scoring with 13 goals and 17 assists in 21 appearances. At the under-18 world’s, she had three goals and an assist as the fourth youngest player on the Canadian team. Canada dropped a 3-2 overtime heartbreaker in the

gold-medal game to the United States before 5,516 spectators at the Meridian Centre. When she thinks of her time playing with the Canada’s under-18 team, Shirley still gets chills. “It was an amazing feeling,” she said. “It is one I can’t even describe. When you first get to put that jersey on, it is just a feeling you will never forget.” Shirley’s goal is to play for Canada’s women’s team at the world championships and the Olympics. Even with those aspirations, she still likes to get the game down to its simplest form playing shinny on her family’s backyard rink. That rink has seen some quality hockey. Collin has gone on to star with the WHL’s Kamloops Blazers and Grace is the second leading scorer for the Stars. No matter where hockey takes her, Shirley stays connected with her siblings. “I am always watching Collin’s games online,” said Shirley. “I am always keeping up with his hockey as well. “Grace, every time I am home for a weekend, I try go out and see a couple of her games which is really nice. Over texts and emails, I always kind of keep an update on everyone.”

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