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Lucie Povova
Lucie-Povova
Position Forward
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
146 lb (66 kg)
NA Prep
NCAA Team
Wyoming Seminary
Northeastern Huskies
Born September 16, 1992,
Kadan, Czech Republic
Pro Career 2011 – present
Medal record
Competitor for Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
Women's World Championship Div. II Medals
Gold 2011 France {{{2}}}

Lucie Povova won a gold medal with the Czech Republic at the 2011 IIHF Division II Worlds.

Playing careerEdit

Povova participated in ice hockey for four years at Wyoming Seminary in Pennsylvania. In addition, she was a goaltender on the Wyoming Seminary soccer team for four years, including two as captain.

Czech RepublicEdit

2011IIHFDivisionII Czech Republic

With their 2011 IIHF Division II World Championships team trophy and gold medals, (from left): Lucie Povova, Nikola Tomigova and Alena Polenska.

On January 8, 2008, Povova scored in an 11-2 loss to Canada at the 2008 Under 18 IIHF Women’s World Championships. [1] Povova was member of the Czech women’s national team that won the gold medal at the 2011IIHF Division II World Championships in Caen, France. She was fourth in scoring with two goals and three assists. Two of her teammates on the Czech Republic gold medal winning team also attended Wyoming Seminary in Pennsylvania. Alena Polenska and Nikola Tomigova, were both former graduates of the school. All three Wyoming Seminary graduates played on the same line, and were called the American line. [2]

Povova competed with the Czech Republic at the 2013 IIHF Women’s World Championships. It had marked the first time that the Czech Republic competed at the Women’s Worlds.

NCAAEdit

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2010 IIHF Under 18 Womens Worlds Player of the Game (Czech Republic vs. USA)[3]

Career statsEdit

Czech RepublicEdit

YearEventGPGA Pts Pim
2008 IIHF Under 18 WWC 5 2 1 310
[4]

NCAAEdit

YearGPGA Pts Pim
2011-12

Awards and honorsEdit

  • Hockey East Co-Rookie of the Week (Week of October 24, 2011)[5]

PersonalEdit

In the summer, Povova teaches hockey at the Czech International Hockey School. [6]


ReferencesEdit

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