Natasha played hockey for the Sanford Collegiate Sabres for 3 seasons in 2007-2010. During that time, she was the Winnipeg Free Press Division MVP for 2009 and 2010. She played forward on the team. She was a hard-working player and helpful teammate. Natasha is a strong role model for young women in education and hockey and has done well since leaving high school in 2011.
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What is Natasha doing now?
“I am definitely fortunate to be able to have played high school hockey for three years. The high school league was full of players that demonstrated vast amounts of skills which challenged me to be better every time I stepped on the ice. Thank you to my coaches and teammates over the three years that were a big part of creating an environment that was fun and challenging on and off the ice. Those three years I played in the league were a time in my life where my love for the game of hockey grew. High school hockey has given me a set of skills which not only helped me be successful for hockey but also in my adult life.”