Annie Guay

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Annie Guay
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Born (1985-06-29) June 29, 1985 (age 29)
Rouyn-Noranda, QC, CAN
Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Weight 174 lb (79 kg; 12 st 6 lb)
Position Defence
Shot Left
ECAC
CWHL team
St. Lawrence Skating Saints
Montreal Stars
National team  Canada
Playing career 2003–2011
Annie Guay
Medal record
Competitor for  Canada
Women's 4 Nations Cup
Gold 2010 Canada Tournament
MLP Nations Cup
Gold 2004 Germany 2004 Tournament
Gold 2005 Germany 2005 Tournament
Gold 2006 Germany 2006 Tournament
Gold 2007 Germany 2007 Tournament
Gold 2010 Germany 2010 Tournament

Annie Guay (born June 29, 1985 in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec) is a Canadian ice hockey player. She is a member of the Canadian national women's hockey team and a member of Montreal Stars (CWHL). Her first tournament for the senior Canada women's national ice hockey team was at the 2010 Four Nations Cup where she won the gold medal. At the age of 25, she retired from the competitive hockey.

Playing career[edit]

Annie Guay made her amateur hockey in the region of Abitibi-Temiscamingue in Quebec. She was selected for the national camp Under-22 years and she play for Canadian National Team under-22 (2003 to 2009). Also since 2008, she is a member of Montreal Stars in the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL). In season 2010-11, She is 7th leading scorer and only Defencemen in the top 10 scoring leaders.[1]

NCAA[edit]

Guay was an important key to the Saints' defensive success in the 2005-06 season. The St. Lawrence Saints held league opponents to an average of 1.10 goals per game. In addition, Guay contributed on with 21 points (seven goals, fourteen assists) in ECAC league games, which led all ECAC defenders.[2] In her senior year at St. Lawrence (2007–08), Guay, along with teammate Sabrina Harbec capped their senior years by earning All-America honors for the third straight year.[3]

Hockey Canada[edit]

The retirement of three defenders (Becky Kellar, Colleen Sostorics and Carla MacLeod) created room on defense for Canada's senior women's team. Guay was selected to Canada's team at the 2010 4 Nations Cup.[4] Guay was not called by Hockey Canada for the selection camp [5] for the 2011 World Women’s Championships held in Switzerland, in April 16–25, 2011.

Career stats[edit]

Annie Guay is the all time leader in games played for Canada's Under 22 National women's team with 37 games played.

years Games Goals Assists Pts Pen
2003 at 2007 and 2009–10 37 8 10 18 20

Hockey Canada[edit]

Event GP G A Pts
August 2003
Exhibition vs. US
3 0 0 0
2004 Air Canada Cup 4 1 2 3
August 2004
Exhibition vs. US
3 0 0 0
2005 Air Canada Cup 4 1 0 1
2005 U22 Selection Camp
Canada White squad
2 1 1 2
2006 Air Canada Cup 4 0 1 1
2006 U22 Selection Camp
Canada White squad
2 1 0 1
August 2006
Exhibition vs. US
3 0 0 0
2007 Air Canada Cup 5 1 3 4
2009 U22 Selection Camp
Canada White squad
2 0 1 1
2010 MLP Nations Cup 5 3 2 5
2010 Four Nations Cup 4 0 0 0

[6]

CWHL[edit]

Year Team GP G A PTS PIM
2008-09 Montreal Stars n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
2009-10 Montreal Stars 22 7 25 32 12
2010-11 Montreal Stars 26 13 18 31 16

[7]

NCAA[edit]

Season Games played Goals Assists Points
2004-05 39 2 5 7
2005-06 36 8 26 34
2006-07 36 11 22 33
2007-08 32 4 25 29

[8]

Retirement from hockey[edit]

Annie Guay retired from competitive hockey in April 2011.[9] She live now in Abitibi. She appears at school hockey for L’École de hockey du Nord-Ouest (at Rouyn-Noranda), and she coach the young girls.[10]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Second Team All-America selection (2006)
  • 2006 First Team All-ECAC [11]
  • 2006 ECAC Tournament team[12]
  • 2006-07 ECAC Coaches Preseason All-League Selection
  • 2006-07 ECAC Media Preseason All-League Selection[13]
  • 2007 European Air Canada Cup, Top Defenceman Award (awarded by the Directorate)[14]
  • All-America honors (2007)
  • All-America honors (2008) [15]
  • 2008 First Team All-ECAC[16]
  • Winner of Clarkson Cup in 2008-09 with Montreal Stars[17]
  • First Team All-Stars 2009-10 in CWHL
  • CWHL Top Defender 2009-10

References[edit]

  1. ^ Helene Lapointe and Meg Hewings,Montreal confronts rivals Brampton,http://www.cwhl.ca/news.asp?id=71 , March 7, 2011
  2. ^ "ECAC Hockey League Announces Women’s Preseason All-League Teams". ECAChokcey.com. Retrieved 2011-01-14. 
  3. ^ "News Digest March 31, 2008". St. Lawrence University. Archived from the original on 30 December 2010. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 
  4. ^ Defender Annie Guay drew into Saturday's lineup in place of Bobbi-Jo Slusar, who suffered a lower-body injury in Friday's game against Finland. http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/75138/la_id/1/season_id/146510/game_id/146566/ss_id/EVENT/ÉVÉNEMENT/.htm
  5. ^ (French) Dominic Chamberland, Annie Guay n’y comprend rien, http://www.abitibiexpress.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-03-07/article-2310087/Annie-Guay-n’y-comprend-rien/1 , March 7, 2011.
  6. ^ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php?ci_id=75136&la_id=1&player_id=96036&profile_id=147144&season_id=146510&ss_id=146275
  7. ^ http://cwhl.stats.pointstreak.com/teamplayerstats.html?teamid=277086&seasonid=6347
  8. ^ "Annie Guay career stats". USCHO.com. Retrieved 2011-01-06. 
  9. ^ (French) Dominic Chamberland, «C’est notre Coupe Stanley!», http://www.abitibiouestrouynnoranda.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-04-03/article-2397133/«C’est-notre-Coupe-Stanley!»/1 , April 3, 2011
  10. ^ (French) Dominic Chamberland, L’École de hockey du Nord-Ouest en transition, http://www.abitibiexpress.ca/Sports/Hockey/2011-05-07/article-2482456/LEcole-de-hockey-du-NordOuest-en-transition/1 , May 7, 2011
  11. ^ "French and Hunt named to All-ECAC Hockey League Teams". Colgate University Athletics. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 
  12. ^ http://www.ecachockey.com/women/tournament/Women_All-Tournament_Teams.pdf
  13. ^ "ECAC Hockey League Announces Women’s Preseason All-League Teams". ECAChokcey.com. Retrieved 2011-01-14. 
  14. ^ http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/23344/la_id/1.htm
  15. ^ "Annual Awards Announced; Vaillancourt Named Player of Year". Colgate University Athletics. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 
  16. ^ "Annual Awards Announced; Vaillancourt Named Player of Year". Colgate University Athletics. Retrieved 2011-01-05. 
  17. ^ Montreal wins first Clarkson Cup, http://www.iihf.com/channels0809/ww/news/news-singleview/article/montreal-wins-first-clarkson-cup.html?tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=2068&cHash=9e147782a4

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