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Cathy Chartrand
Cathy-Chartrand
Position Defense
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
185 lb (84 kg)
CIS
CWHL Team
Montreal Axion
McGill Martlets
Born January 8 1981 (1981-01-08) (age 35),
Lac Nominingue, QC
Pro Career 1999 – present


Medal record
Women's ice hockey


Competitor for Flag of Canada


Three Nations Cup (Under 22)
Gold 2000 Switzerland 2000 Tournament
Air Canada Cup (women’s)
Gold 2003 Switzerland 2003 Tournament
Four Nations Cup
Gold 2002 Canada 2002 Tournament
Gold 2006 Canada 2006 Tournament
Winter Universiade
Gold 2009 China Tournament


Cathy Chartrand (born May 1, 1981) is a member of the McGill Martlets women’s ice hockey program. Chartrand also won gold with Team Canada at the 2004 World Inline Hockey Championships.

Playing careerEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

Chartrand has been a member of Canada’s national women’s team since the 2002-03 season, and appeared twice in the Four Nations Cup (2002, 2006). She won the gold medal in both tournaments. In August 2000, she played for the national U-22 team in a three-game series against the USA in Calgary and Medicine Hat, Alberta. Later that year, she was part of the U-22 team that won the Three Nations Cup in November, 2000 in Zuchwil, Switzerland.


She was named to the national U-22 team in 2001, but was unable to participate due to an due to injury. The following year, she participated in a three-game series against the USA U-22 team in August, 2002 in Lake Placid, NY. Two of her teammates were future Olympians Gillian Apps and Cherie Piper. At the 2003 European Air Canada Cup in Germany, she captured a gold medal with the national under-22 team.


In October 2004, Chartrand attended the Team Canada Thanksgiving Festival in Kitchener. Two years later, she was part of the 2006 national women’s team Fall Festival in Kenora, Ontario.


McGillEdit

Chartrand joined the McGill Martlets in the 2007-08 season. In said season, Chartrand was part of the CIS Championship. This was McGill’s first women's team to capture a national title in any CIS-sanctioned sport. In Game 2 of the final vs. St. Francis Xavier, Chartrand was honored as McGill's player of the game. In addition, she was voted the CIS Tournament MVP. For the tournament, she scored two goals and six points in three games. Both goals scored were game winning. One of those goals was scored in the gold medal final. In the same season, she earned all-conference second-team honours in the Quebec University Women's Hockey league. For the season, she accumulated six power play goals, one shorthanded goal, and five game winning goals. On Februar 14, 2010, Chartrand added three assists as No.1-ranked McGill won for the 78th consecutive outing, blanking Concordia 3-0 in women's hockey at the Ed Meagher Arena. It marked McGill's 32nd straight win over the Stingers, who haven't scored against the Martlets in more than six regular season games, dating back to a 16-1 McGill win on Nov. 15, 2007.[1]



NWHLEdit

From 1999 to 2007, she competed for the Montreal Wingstar (later renamed Axion). In the 2006-07 season, she scored six goals and nine assists in fourteen games played. In the previous season, she competed in thirty two games and scored twelve goals and twenty-two assists. During the 2005-06 NWHL season, she was part of an NWHL championship with the Axion. In 2004-05, she was named NWHL Defenceman of the Year.

Team QuebecEdit

She represented Team Quebec at the 1999 Canada Winter Games and won a silver. She has played in five Esso Women’s Nationals with Team Quebec. Her only gold was attained in 2002. A silver was won in 2001, while she took home two bronze medals in 2003 and 2005. … [2]


Career statsEdit

CISEdit

Year GP G A PTS PIM


2007-08 41 12 36 48 28



Hockey CanadaEdit

Year Event GP G A PTS PIM


2000 U22 Exhibition (vs. USA) 3 0 0 0 0


2000 Three Nations Cup (Under 22) 4 1 1 2 2


2002 U22 Exhibition (vs. USA) 3 0 0 0 0


2003 Air Canada Cup 4 0 0 0 4


2004 Esso Women’s Nationals 7 2 4 6 2


2005 Esso Women’s Nationals 6 3 3 6 10


2007 National Women’s Team (Jan. camp) 2 0 0 0 0


2007 National Women’s Team (Evaluation) 2 0 0 0 0


2007 National Women’s Festival (Team Red) 2 0 0 0 0


[3]




Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2008-09 Second Team All-Canadian[4]
  • Martlets Assistant Captain 2008-09
  • CIS All-Tournament team (2007-08)
  • CIS All-Tournament team (2009-10)[5]
  • McGill Athlete Of Week: (Week of December 29, 2008) [6]
  • McGill Athlete Of Week: (Week of March 3, 2008)
  • Member of 2007-08 CIS national championship team
  • CIS Tournament MVP (2007-08)
  • Conference All-star (2007-08) (QSSF 2nd Team)
  • Player of the Game Award (2007-08) at CIS National Championshps
  • NWHL championship with the Axion in 2005-06
  • NWHL Defenceman of the Year in 2004-05

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