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Morgan McHaffie
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Position Forward
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
CIS Team Queens Golden Gaels
Pro Career 2009 – present

Morgan McHaffie is a women's ice hockey player from Ontario. In the CIS, she competed for the Queens Golden Gaels in the OUA. In 2011, she was part of the Golden Gaels squad that enjoyed a bronze medal finish in the team’s first CIS playoff appearance.

Playing careerEdit

CISEdit

McHaffie joined the Golden Gaels in the autumn of 2009. Her first CIS career goal, assist and multi-point game came in one match, versus the Toronto Lady Blues, in an October 11 match. A November 1 contest against the Windsor Lancers resulted in the first career game-winning goal of her career. In another contest against the Lady Blues, McHaffie registered her first career two-goal game. The month of January 2010 saw McHaffie accumulate 10 points (8 goals, 2 assists). Among OUA rookies, she tied for the scoring lead with 24 points. The first postseason goal of her career came in her first postseason appearance, a match versus the Guelph Gryphons on February 25.

On March 3, 2011, a postseason match between the Queen's Golden Gaels and the Guelph Gryphons became the longest collegiate hockey game, male or female, Canadian or American — on record. The match began on Wednesday and it only ended on Thursday. The duration of the match was 167 minutes and 14 seconds when Queen's forward Morgan McHaffie placed a rebound past Gryphons goalie Danielle Skoufranis[1] in the sixth overtime period.[2] Her selection to the 2010 OUA All-Rookie team signified the fifth time in five years that a Queens player was selected for the honour. She tied for the OUA rookie scoring lead with 24 points.

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2010 OUA All-Rookie Team[3]
  • 2011-12 OUA Player of the Year[4]

ReferencesEdit

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