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Four Manitoba Women Selected to National Centralized Roster

By Scott Taylor/Photos courtesy Hockey Canada

Manitobans Brigette Lacquette, Jocelyne Larocque, Halli Krzyzaniak and Bailey Bram have been named to Canada’s Olympic Women’s Hockey Team’s Calgary-based centralized roster.

Lacquette, 25, is from Mallard, Man., Larocque, 29, and Bram, 27, are from Ste. Anne, and Krzyzaniak, 22, hails from Neepawa.

There are 28 players on the national centralized roster, but only 23 of those players will be with Team Canada when the Winter Olympics open in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in February of 2018.

“One step closer,” Tweeted Krzyzaniak, who recently graduated from the University of North Dakota. “Excited and honored to be a part of this amazing group of athletes. Let’s get this show on the road!”

The centralization roster includes three goaltenders, nine defensemen, and 16 forwards, and features 14 players who won gold at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. It also includes 21 players who captured silver at the 2017 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Plymouth, Mich.

The roster was selected by head coach Laura Schuler alongside Melody Davidson, Hockey Canada’s general manager of national women’s team programs, and included support from Hockey Canada regional scouts, assistant coaches Dwayne Gylywoychuk (from Brandon) and Troy Ryan, and goaltending coach Brad Kirkwood.

“We’re looking forward to continuing our preparation for PyeongChang with this dedicated group of athletes,” said Schuler. “It was a difficult process selecting the 28 players that will vie for a spot on Canada’s Olympic roster and we’re excited to be one step closer in that journey.”

All 28 players named to Canada’s National Women’s Team centralization roster will begin their preparation with fitness testing in late May. The players and staff will then get together on a full-time basis in Calgary in August.

As part of the preparation for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, the 2017-18 season will be highlighted by the 2017 4 Nations Cup and other games that will be announced at a later date.

Canada’s final 23-player roster for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games is tentatively scheduled to be determined in late December.

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