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Kayla Sullivan
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Position Forward
Shoots Right
Height
Weight
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
158 lb (72 kg)
PWHL
ECAC Team
Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres
St. Lawrence
Born April 19 1991 (1991-04-19) (age 25),
Caledonia, ON, CA
Pro Career 2008 – present

Kayla Sullivan (born April 19, 1991) is a womens ice hockey player from Ontario. Currently, she competes for the St. Lawrence Skating Saints women's ice hockey program in the ECAC conference of the NCAA.

Playing careerEdit

In the PWHL, she was a member of the Stoney Creek Sabres and served as one of the team captains during the 2008-09 campagin. She was a linemate of Kelly Sabatine from 2007 to 2009. The two would play together for the Saint Lawrence Skating Saints also. In the 2008-09 campaign, she was the second leading scorer in the PWHL (behind Sabatine) with 65 points (29g, 36a) in 33 games.

Hockey CanadaEdit

Sullivan competed for Team Ontario Red at the 2007 National Under 18 championships.[1]

NCAAEdit

In the autumn of 2009, Sullivan joined Saint Lawrence and finished the season with 12 goals (second overall on the team). Along with her five assists, she logged 17 points during her freshman campaign. Of her 12 goals, five were scored on the power play to lead the team. In addition, she led all skaters with three game winning goals: October 31 vs. Brown, February 6 vs. RPI, February 20 vs. Dartmouth. In her sophomore season, she improved on her assists total by accumulating seven. Despite only registering 16 points in 36 games played, she managed to lead the team with three game winning goals (one versus Vermont, two versus Colgate).

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2007-08 Athlete of the Year (McKinnon Park High School)
  • Hockey team MVP (McKinnon Park High School)

ReferencesEdit

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