Toronto Maple Leafs made an important announcement Monday by awarding the title of Player Development Title Director to Daniel Goethe.
Quebec క్యూr is backed by another prominent figure in women’s hockey in the country, as Hayley Weikenheizer has been promoted to senior director of player development.
Goet has been the head coach of the Calgary Dinosaurs women’s team since 2007. She led her team to victory in the 2012 National Championship. Quebec has served as an assistant on three occasions behind the bench of the Canadian team, winning gold at the 2012 World and 2014 Olympics.
On the ice, she pocketed two Olympic titles with Team Canada in her 16-year career and served as flag bearer at the opening of the 2006 Winter Games in Turin.
“It was not an easy decision,” she admitted in a statement from the dinosaurs, leaving her sin. I enjoyed my job and the opportunity to work at the University of Calgary. I grew up a lot as a person and as a coach when I had the opportunity to meet so many extraordinary people. I feel lucky to have made a difference in so many young people. ”
“On the other hand, it is an honor to be able to find me in one of the best sports organizations in the world,” she added to her new owner. This opportunity is great. This is a new challenge and I look forward to this job with Maple Leafs and Marlis. [le club-école évoluant dans la Ligue américaine]. The change of city and job will have to be adjusted, but I will focus on this next chapter in my life. ”
For his part, Wickenheizer joined the Leafs ranks on August 23, 2018 as Assistant Director of Development.
The Leafs prepare to face the Montreal Canadians in the first round of the playoffs. The animosity starts from Thursday.