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Samantha Watt
Position Defence
Shoots Right
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
150 lb (68 kg)
CHA Team
Calgary Oval X-Treme
Mercyhurst Lakers
Born January 24 1990 (1990-01-24) (age 26),
Cremona, Alberta
Pro Career 2005 – present

Medal record
Women's ice hockey

Competitor for Flag of Canada.svg Canada

IIHF Under 18 worlds

Silver 2008 Canada Tournament

Samantha Watt (born January 24, 1990) is a women’s ice hockey player for the Mercyhurst Lakers women's ice hockey program.

Playing careerEdit

Watt played for Team Alberta at the 2007 Canada Winter Games.[1]


She competed for the Calgary Oval X-Treme of the WWHL and was part of three WWHL Championships (2005-07). In 2007, the Oval X-Treme represented Team Alberta and won the 2007 ESSO National Championships.


Watt joined the Mercyhurst Lakers for the 2009-10 season and was a CHA All-Rookie Team selection. She participated in 34 of 36 games. Her two goals and 14 assists ranked second on the squad in rookie scoring. In addition, she registered a +29 plus / minus rating. Her first collegiate point was an assist against Bemidji State on October 3, 2009. On October 17, versus RPI, she had the first two point game of her career by registering two assists. In a 4-0 win versus Robert Morris on February 5, 2010, Watt scored the game-winning goal.

Hockey CanadaEdit

Watt was a member of the Canadian Under-18 National Team and played in the first Under 18 world championships in 2008. She was part of Hockey Canada’s strength, conditioning and skating camp from May 28-31, 2008.[2]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2010 All-College Hockey America Rookie Team

Career statsEdit

Year Event GP G A Pts PIM

2007 U18 Nationals 4 1 2 3 8

2007 Esso Women’s Nationals 3 0 0 0 2

2008 IIHF U18 Worlds 5 0 1 1 8



Her brother, JD Watt was a fourth-round selection (111th overall) by the Calgary Flames in the 2005 National Hockey League Draft.[4] He has competed for the Abbotsford Heat of the American Hockey League. Her cousin, Mason Raymond, plays for the Vancouver Canucks.


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