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Andria Hunter
Andria-Hunter
Position Forward
Height
Weight
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
137 lb (62 kg)
ECAC
CIS
COWHL



Swiss Team
New Hampshire (1986-90)
Toronto Lady Blues
Scarborough Firefighters
Toronto Red Wings
Newtonbrook Panthers
Mississauga Chiefs
Damen
Born December 22 1966 (1966-12-22) (age 49),
Peterborough, ON
Pro Career 1986 – present
Olympic medal record
IIHF World Women Championships
Gold 1994 United States Tournament
Gold 1992 Finland Tournament

Andria Hunter played for the Canadian National women's ice hockey team from 1991 to 1994.[1] She is also the founder of a web site for women's hockey [1].

Early lifeEdit

She was a student at Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School in Peterborough. Hunter won numerous athletic and academic awards.

Playing careerEdit

Prior to competing for the University of Toronto Lady Blues women's ice hockey team program, she earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of New Hampshire. As a member of the New Hampshire Wildcats women's ice hockey program, she participated on 2 ECAC championship teams. She also played for Mississauga of the National Women's Hockey League in 2000-01 and finished ninth in league scoring with 37 points (15 goals, 22 assists).[2]

InternationalEdit

At the 1992 Women's World Hockey championships, Hunter was on a line with Angela James and Margot Page. [3]

Besides playing for Team Canada, Hunter also has other international experience. During the 1992-93 season, Hunter competed for DHC Langenthal in Switzerland. With DHC Langenthal, Hunter scored 59 goals and had 28 assists in 20 games.

StatsEdit

Tournament Games Played Goals Assists Points PIM +/-
1992 WWC 5 5 4 9 0 +6
1994 WWC 4 0 2 2 0

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2002 Isobel Gathorne Hardy Award[4]
  • Ontario University Athletics women's ice hockey, First Team All-Star selection 1995-96
  • OUA women's ice hockey, First Team All-Star selection, 1994-95
  • OUA women's ice hockey, First Team All-Star selection 1993-94[5]
  • OUA women's ice hockey, First Team All-Star selection, 1991-92
  • OUA women's ice hockey, First Team All-Star selection, 1990-91
  • Toronto Blues Most sportsmanlike Player in 1993-94
  • Recipient of the T-Holders Academic Excellence Award in 1991-92 and 1993-94.

OtherEdit

Hunter was also an accomplished ball hockey player. Hunter competed with the Toronto Dragons that won the ball hockey National Championships in 1991, and placed second in 1992 and 1994. [6]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Toronto Blues Most sportsmanlike Player in 1993-94
  • Recipient of the T-Holders Academic Excellence Award in 1991-92 and 1993-94.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Women's Hockey, All-Time Alphabetical roster. Hockey Canada. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  2. http://www.canoe.ca/HockeyNWHL/topscorers.html
  3. Where are they now? Andria Hunter. Hockey Canada (June 9, 2010). Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  4. 2002 Esso Canadian National Championship. whockey.com. Retrieved on 25 November 2010.
  5. Individual Award Winners. Ontario University Athletics. Retrieved on 17 June 2010.
  6. Marc Ouellette. University of Toronto Varsity Blues 1995-96. dgp.toronto.edu. Retrieved on 23 June 2010.
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