Melody Davidson

Assigned to: Coach Mentor - Norway

Team Canada – 1992-present (various roles with Senior, U22 and U18 teams)

Medals won: Olympic Winter Games (2010 Gold, 2006 Gold, 2002 Gold)…IIHF World Women’s Championship (2009 Silver, 2007 Gold, 2005 Silver, 2001 Gold, 2000 Gold, 1994 Gold)…IIHF World Women’s U18 Championship (2008 Silver)…3/4 Nations Cup (2009 Gold, 2008 Silver, 2005 Gold, 2004 Gold, 2000 Gold)…Pacific Rim Championship (1996 Gold)

Awards: Inducted into Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame 2011…Named to the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity’s most influential women list (2007-11)…Recipient of the 2010 Jack Donohue Coach of the Year Award from Coaches of Canada…Received the 2010 C. Vivian Stringer Coaching Award from the United States Sports Academy…Named a 2010 Distinguished Alumni by the University of Alberta…Has won the Petro Canada Coaching Excellence Award from the Coaching Association of Canada four times (2005, 2006, 2007, 2010)…Was awarded the 2006 University of Alberta Alumni Association Award of Excellence…Recipient of Hockey Alberta’s Centennial Award in celebration of its 100th anniversary…Won the Red Deer College Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2006

Other Hockey Experience: Assistant Coach Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League as 2010-11 , 2006-09…Head Coach Cornell University (NCAA Division I) 2003-06…Involved with Shooting Star Hockey School 1993-2008…Head Coach Connecticut College 1997-2000…Assistant Coach National Women’s Hockey League’s Edmonton Chimos 1996-97 - gold medal at the 1997 Esso Women’s Nationals…Coached Alberta at the Canada Winter Games 1995

Personal Information: Currently resides in Calgary, Alberta, Canada…Hometown Coronation, Alberta, Canada – lived in Oyen, Alberta, Canada from Grade 4…Head Scout, Hockey Canada Women’s National Programs

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