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Vicky Sunohara
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International (2002 Olympic Assistant Captain)

Has played in five World Championships (1990, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001), winning five gold medals and two Winter Olympics (1998, 2002), winning a silver and gold medal …Faceoff leader at 2000 Women's World Hockey Championship (62/81) … Named one of Canada's top three players at 1999 World Championship … At 1990 World Women's Hockey Championship, scored 6 goals and added 3 assists in 5 games … Canada's 11th top NWT scorer all-time with 48 points … Canada's 6th all-time National Women's Team goalscorer with 26 goals … Canada's all-time National Women's Team leader with 6 game-winning goals at the World Championship

Hockey Background

Team Captain with the Brampton Thunder in Ontario … Won a bronze medal with the Beatrice Aeros at the 1999 Esso Women's National Championship ... Played with Newtonbrook Panthers in 1996-1997 ... Won a silver medal with the North York Aeros at the 1996 Esso Women's National Championship ... Played with the Toronto Red Wings from 1994 to 1996 ... Played with the Scarborough Firefighters and the University of Toronto Blues from 1990-1992, twice winning the OWAA Championship with the Blues ... Named to the All-American All-Star Team in 1989-1990 while attending Northeastern University ... Won ECAC Championship from 1988-1990









5'07" (170cm.)

170 lb. (77 kg.)



Scarborough, Ontario