| 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|CIS Team||Queens Golden Gaels|
|Pro Career||2009 – present|
Mel Dodd-Moher is a women's ice hockey player from Ottawa. In the CIS, she competed for the Queens Golden Gaels in the OUA. In 2011, Dodd-Moher helped the Golden Gaels to a bronze medal finish in the team’s first CIS playoff appearance.
She made her CIS debut versus the York Lions on October 10, 2009. In her debut, she earned a shutout, while recording 27 stops. From October 10 to November 1, 2009, Dodd-Moher would win the first four starts of her career. In a January 17, 2010 loss to the Toronto Lady Blues, she had a season high 43 saves. Her selection to the OUA rookie team marked the fifth time in five years the Gaels had a player selected to the all-rookie team. During the 2009-10 season, she compiled a 13-5-2 record, complemented by a 1.82 goals against average along with a .942 save percentage. Dodd-Maher was part of the Queen's women's hockey team captured their first OUA Championship in 2010-11. In Game 1 of the OUA Championship series, she was the goaltender in what turned out to be the longest collegiate hockey game in history, a six-overtime marathon. The game finally game to an end after 107 minutes and 14 seconds of overtime when Morgan McHaffie banged home a rebound past Guelph goaltender Danielle Skoufranis. Mel Dodd-Moher made 66 saves for the win. With the win, Mel Dodd-Moher won her fourth consecutive playoff game.<refhttp://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=554924</ref> She was named the top goaltender of the 2011 CIS championship tournament after allowing only four goals in the three games including shutting out the Laurier Golden Hawks in the OUA playoffs.
Awards and honorsEdit
- 2010 OUA All-Rookie Team
- 2010 CIS All-Rookie Team
- Queen's player of the game: CIS Round Robin match versus Alberta Pandas (March 2011)
- 2011 CIS Tournament All-Star