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STOP BY THE HNS OFFICE AND SEND YOUR BEST WISHES TO OLYMPIANS JILL SAULNIER AND BLAYRE TURNBULL
Jan. 12, 2018

DARTMOUTH – Want to send your best wishes to Jill Saulnier, Blayre Turnbull and Troy Ryan as they prepare to leave for the Olympics in South Korea? Stop by our office this month!

Until January 29, you can visit the Hockey Nova Scotia office and sign a Hockey Canada-Hockey Nova Scotia flag. Hockey Nova Scotia will be sending this flag to the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea with the national women’s hockey team.  


(PHOTO: Two Novice-aged girls sign the flag during a practice in Dartmouth.)


Last month, Jill Saulnier and Blayre Tunrbull became the first Nova Scotians ever named to Canada’s women’s Olympic hockey team.


(PHOTO: Turnbull, left, and Saulnier pose for a photo in Calgary.)

Saulnier, a 25-year old forward from Halifax, has been skating with the national women’s team since October 2014. She is currently a member of the Calgary Inferno of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL).

Turnbull, a 24-year old Stellarton native, is a teammate of Saulnier’s on the Inferno where she also plays forward.


Troy Ryan, Spryfield, N.S., is also an assistant coach with the team.


Hockey Nova Scotia would like to congratulate Jill and Blayre on making history. We would like to wish Jill, Blayre and Troy all the best at 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea and we encourage you to sign our flag to show your support.




 
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