|classen, Juliana||5' 07''|
|drcar, Kiana||5' 08''|
|Faubert, Annabel||5' 05''|
|Burns, Hailey||5' 06''|
|mcintyre, Danielle||5' 03''|
|Beisswanger, Emma||5' 85''|
|Berta, Sydney||5' 07''|
|Emmenegger, Oona||5' 50''|
|Kyle, Jamie||5' 09''|
|peck, Cassidy||5' 04''|
|Bakopanos, Victoria||5' 06''|
|hachez, Laurie||5' 03''|
|Calderone, Andriana||5' 06''|
|Piers, Emma||5' 05''|
|Handfield, Nicole||5' 02''|
|Fodor, Bianca||5' 80''|
|Gervais, Audrey||5' 10''|
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Recently named to the coaching staff of the Quebec U-18 team, she is also an assistant coach with the Canadian U-18 team and the Technical Director for Lakeshore hockey. After graduating from College St-Laurent in 2003 she attended to the University of Minnesota-Duluth where she graduated with a Bachelors Degree in both Community Health and Physical Education. She was named to the WCHA All-Academic Team in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
In Minnesota Noemie was an alternative captain in 2006 and the captain in 2007 when the Bulldogs lost to Wisconsin in the national championship in 2007. Noemie was a finalist for the Patti Kazmaier Award (NCAA Player of the Year) in both 2006 and 2007 and the MVP of the NCCAA Frozen Four Skills Competition in 2007.
She currently plays professional hockey for the Montreal Stars in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. The Stars won the Clarkson Cup in 2009, 2011 and 2013 and this past season Noemie led the Stars in goals scored.
She was also part of the Canadian Women’s Hockey National Program from 2005 to 2012 including playing for the Canadian Hockey U-22 Team in 2004 and 2005.
“I am very thrilled to join this hockey program. There is nothing more exciting in coaching than working with young athletes whose desire is to learn and get better “commented Noemie.
A long-time player in the university and professional ranks in Montreal, Davidson is now setting her sights on coaching. 2015-16 was her first year with the Islanders.
Davidson’s main responsibility is coaching the forwards, something she comes by honestly. She played for the McGill Martlets women’s hockey team for five seasons, from 2005 to 2010, winning two CIS National Championships. At the time she graduated from McGill, she was the all-time lead in all major statistical categories, including games played, goals, assists, points and penalty minutes.
After leaving the Martlets, Davidson spent four seasons with the Montreal Stars (now Les Canadiennes de Montreal) of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. During her tenure, she won two Clarkson Cup championships, playing alongside Islanders’ head coach Noemie Marin. Davidson retired from the Stars in 2014 to focus on coaching at St. Thomas High School.
‘Vinny’ holds a Physical Education degree from McGill and works as a gym teacher with the Lester B. Pearson School Board. She was raised in Kirkland and lives in Pointe-Claire.