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| 5 ft 7.5 in (1.71 m)|
| McGill Martlets|
Montreal Wingstar (2000-01)
|Pro Career||1996 – 2001|
Meg Hewings is a former player with the McGill Martlets. Currently, she is the general manager of the Montreal Stars in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. In addition, Hewings launched the online sport broadcast Hockey Dyke in Canada.
From 1996 to 2000, Hewings played for the McGill Martlets. In her senior season with the Martlets, the squad finished second overall. During the 2000-01 NWHL season, she competed with the Montreal Wingstar. Her teammates included France St. Louis, Manon Rheaume, and Caroline Ouellette..
Hewings was named General Manager for the 2010-11 CWHL season, and has been part of two Clarkson Cup championship teams. In her first season, she was part of the Clarkson Cup championship team. Along with Stars captain, Lisa-Marie Breton, the two have engaged in various charitable and community outreach programs. The signature program of the Montreal Stars franchise is the Youth Club Affiliate program. Said program works to get more local youth hockey associations and communities involved with the Stars. This is accomplished with league games in the community, special training sessions with our players, post-game "Skates with the Stars"
She is also a communications professional and was a senior editor at Montreal's alternative weekly Hour Magazine for 8 years. Hewings has also worked at Tourism Montréal and served as the Sport and Leisure Ambassador for the Montréal Buzz, a multi-media blog. In addition, she is a contributor to WINIH.com, a website devoted to international women's hockey. The Lovely Hockey Finishing School, which provides instruction for adult beginners is run by Hewings.
Awards and honorsEdit
- McGill Martlets Rookie of the Year (1996)