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Kendra Fisher
Kendra-Fisher
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
NWHL
CWHL Team
Toronto Aeros
Vaughan Flames
Toronto Furies
Born October 20 1979 (1979-10-20) (age 37),
Kincardine, Ontario
Pro Career 1998 – 2011
Website www.facebook.com/kendrafisher.mf


Kendra Fisher is a women's ice hockey goaltender who competed for the Toronto Furies in their inaugural season. She shared goaltending responsibilities with Sami Jo Small.

Playing careerEdit

Fisher was the first female player in the history of the Grey-Bruce Highlanders Minor "AAA" program during the 1995-96 season.

For several years Kendra Fisher was a part of the Canadian National Women's Hockey program. Her diagnoses with GAD, severe Panic Attacks, Depression and Agoraphobia forced her to leave the program.[1]

Fisher competed in the Esso Women's Nationals in 2002, 2004 and 2005, respectively. At the 2005 tournament, she was part of the Host Ontario team that played in Sarnia, Ontario.[2] In the first game of said tournament, she posted a shutout in a 15-0 victory over Alberta. Despite a third place finish in Pool A, Fisher was part of the gold medal winning team in the tournament.[3]

During the 2009-10 season, Fisher competed for the Vaughan Flames. One of the highlights of her season was a 4-1 victory over the Mississauga Chiefs on December 13, 2009.[4] The following season, she would compete for the Toronto Furies.

Career statsEdit

Hockey CanadaEdit

Year Event GP MIN GA SO GAA WLTSv %
2004 Esso Women's Nationals240412.00200.938
[5]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Top Goaltender, 2002 Esso Women's Nationals[6]

PersonalEdit

Fisher now speaks publicly to various school boards to promote greater awareness on mental health. Professionally, she is a Senior Resource Manager at Zylog Systems, placing candidates and job seekers in gainful employment.[7] She shares her story on her personal Facebook and Twitter accounts as a means of helping others to cope with their own mental health woes.[8]

Her mother, Barb Fisher, was the general manger of the Furies.[9] Barb Fisher was a former general manager of the Toronto Aeros in the former NWHL of which she was also a league vice-president

ReferencesEdit

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